Archive for December, 2010

Art Notes

Let There Be Light, Send in the Clowns: The year begins with an emphasis on light, brought forth literally and figuratively by four Texas artists. First up, at Anya Tish Gallery, Adela Andea dazzles with light displays that take the legacy of Flavin%26rsquo;s eloquent minimalism and propel it into today. Andea%26rsquo;s free-form, exuberant sculptures with jutting bolts of lights and organic... | Read More

Art Notes

Let There Be Light, Send in the Clowns: The year begins with an emphasis on light, brought forth literally and figuratively by four Texas artists. First up, at Anya Tish Gallery, Adela Andea dazzles with light displays that take the legacy of Flavin%26rsquo;s eloquent minimalism and propel it into today. Andea%26rsquo;s free-form, exuberant sculptures with jutting bolts of lights and organic... | Read More

Art Notes

Let There Be Light, Send in the Clowns: The year begins with an emphasis on light, brought forth literally and figuratively by four Texas artists. First up, at Anya Tish Gallery, Adela Andea dazzles with light displays that take the legacy of Flavin%26rsquo;s eloquent minimalism and propel it into today. Andea%26rsquo;s free-form, exuberant sculptures with jutting bolts of lights and organic... | Read More

New Gallery

Keys to the Door: Co-owners Donna Schneider and Emily Corrigan, gallery director Whitney Schneider. Who%26rsquo;s Showing: A multitude of canvases espousing the canon of contemporary realism reign in New Gallery%26rsquo;s handsome, 1,000-square-foot space on the second floor of the Pavilion Shopping Center on West Lovers Lane. Co-owners Donna Schneider and Emily Corrigan are both working... | Read More

New Gallery

Keys to the Door: Co-owners Donna Schneider and Emily Corrigan, gallery director Whitney Schneider. Who%26rsquo;s Showing: A multitude of canvases espousing the canon of contemporary realism reign in New Gallery%26rsquo;s handsome, 1,000-square-foot space on the second floor of the Pavilion Shopping Center on West Lovers Lane. Co-owners Donna Schneider and Emily Corrigan are both working... | Read More

New Gallery

Keys to the Door: Co-owners Donna Schneider and Emily Corrigan, gallery director Whitney Schneider. Who%26rsquo;s Showing: A multitude of canvases espousing the canon of contemporary realism reign in New Gallery%26rsquo;s handsome, 1,000-square-foot space on the second floor of the Pavilion Shopping Center on West Lovers Lane. Co-owners Donna Schneider and Emily Corrigan are both working... | Read More

Plush Gallery

Keys to the Door: Owner/director/provocateur Randall Garrett. Who%26rsquo;s Showing: He%26rsquo;s back: After an 18-month hiatus in New Mexico, Randall Garrett returns to the Texas scene to shake up the status quo. This time he%26rsquo;s taken up residence in the Design District, infiltrating collector and pal Gary Cunningham%26rsquo;s architectural practice on Dragon with an 800-square-foot... | Read More

Plush Gallery

Keys to the Door: Owner/director/provocateur Randall Garrett. Who%26rsquo;s Showing: He%26rsquo;s back: After an 18-month hiatus in New Mexico, Randall Garrett returns to the Texas scene to shake up the status quo. This time he%26rsquo;s taken up residence in the Design District, infiltrating collector and pal Gary Cunningham%26rsquo;s architectural practice on Dragon with an 800-square-foot... | Read More

Plush Gallery

Keys to the Door: Owner/director/provocateur Randall Garrett. Who%26rsquo;s Showing: He%26rsquo;s back: After an 18-month hiatus in New Mexico, Randall Garrett returns to the Texas scene to shake up the status quo. This time he%26rsquo;s taken up residence in the Design District, infiltrating collector and pal Gary Cunningham%26rsquo;s architectural practice on Dragon with an 800-square-foot... | Read More

Remembering Peter Marzio

No mere words could ever pay tribute to Peter Marzio, who passed away in December. The dashing, dynamic director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, changed our art scene forever from his helm at the MFAH during a distinguished and extraordinary 28-year tenure, transforming the institution from a prominent regional museum serving the elite, white and wealthy to an important museum with an... | Read More

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