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Jo Zider in Texas Sculpture Group
Jo Zider has two installations in the Texas Sculpture Group Exhibition at Splendora Gardens in Splendora, Texas (a 45 min. drive north of Houston). Both installations contain the clay bone simulations Jo has been working with for the past ten years+: Sign of Genocide and Say My Name and More. Pieces are on view June 1-July 26. Contact Ruby Locke Surls @splendoragardens, 970-390-5748 for hours of viewing.
Jo Zider in WIVLA
Jo Zider has a mixed media, watercolor painting in Midsummer Light, an exhibition by WIVLA at the Cloister Gallery of Christ Church Cathedral, Texas at San Jacinto on view through July 19. Treebeards has a cafeteria style lunch daily 11am-1pm Mon-Sat. Park in garage on east side of San Jacinto and have your ticket validated in the cafeteria.
JoAnne Sblendorio-Levy at Kinder Morgan
JoAnne Sblendorio-Levy has a work, “Timeless . . . . . In our time”, accepted in the Glassell Student Exhibition Time at the Kinder Morgan Building, 1001 Louisiana Street, in downtown Houston, TX. June 14 to August 30, Mon - Fri, 9 am to 6 pm.
Eileen McClellan at Beeville Art Museum
Eileen McClellan is pleased to announce that her sculpture, “Trilogy”, was selected for the 2019 Texas Artists Exhibition at the Beeville Art Museum, 401 E. Fannin St., Beeville, Tx. 78102 The opening will be held on August 3rd from noon until 2 and the show will continue through August 24th. The Beeville Art Museum is a gem of a venue located in the Esther Barnhart House built in 1910. It is well worth the drive just to see this beautiful turn of the century home.
Vivian Pastor and Laura Sprague in Without Borders
Atelierhaus Hilmsen Residency is pleased to announce the exhibition Without Borders at the Mönchskirche Gallery in Salzwedel, Germany, on view July 4 through August 4, 2019. Curated by Hans Molzberger and Michelle Matthews, Without Borders will feature eight Houston artists, including Vivian Pastor and Laura Sprague, whose work is influenced by the landscape, history, and local community in nearby Hilmsen. The exhibition concludes a month-long residency program.
Thomas Perry in From the Ground Up XXVIII
Two of Thomas Perry's ceramic works were selected by juror Naomi Clement for the From the Ground Up XXVIII regional exhibition at the Las Cruces Museum of Art, August 2 to October 19, 2019. The biennial exhibition is sponsored by the Las Cruces Potters Guild, and this year's juror is Naomi Clement.
Nell Gottlieb, Vivian Pastor, and Marisol Valencia are exhibiting their work in the Certificate of Achievement Exhibition, Glassell School of Art, 5101 Montrose Blvd., Houston, 77006, opening on June 7 from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM. The exhibit runs from May 24 - August 11.
Nell Gottlieb, Vivian Pastor & Marisol Valencia Earn Glassell Certificate of Achievement
Sierra Estes, Maria Morales, and Melissa Symmonds at Glassell
Sierra Estes, Maria Morales & Melissa Symmonds have work in the juried 2019 Glassell Student show at the Glassell Studio School, 5101 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX 77006. Symmond's piece won a merit award plus the vendor award from the Ceramic Store. The show runs from May 24 - Aug 11.
Nell Gottlieb and Eileen McClellan in VAA Show
Nell Gottlieb and Eileen McClellan have work in the 36th Juried Open Exhibition of the Visual Arts Alliance, opening at Silver Street Studios, West Wing, 2000 Edwards Street,Houston TX 77007 on June 26 from 6-8 pm. Show closes July 13.
Michelle Matthews at Mother Dog Studios
Michelle Matthews exhibition, "Resilient" is at Mother Dog Studios, 720 Walnut Street, Houston, TX 77002. Matthews’ exhibition runs from May 10 through July 31, 2019. To view her work click here www.michellematthewsceramics.com.
Damon Thomas in True North 2019
Damon Thomas’ mixed-media sculpture, “Home Fire,” is one of eight large-scale sculptures included in True North 2019 the sixth iteration of the annual public sculpture exhibit along Heights Boulevard. Standing approximately seven feet high, “Home Fire” combines ceramic “logs” with a metal “flame” and base. This is the first year that ceramic sculpture has been included since True North began in 2014. On view Mar 10 - Dec 15. For more information: https://www.houstonheights.org/get-involved/heights-boulevard-art-project/
Jeff Forster in True North 2019
Jeff Forster has “North Space Ruin” in the 1800 block of Heightsin "True North", public sculpture in the Heights. Located at the intersection of 18th St. and Heights Blvd. from March 10th-November of 2019.
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Visual Arts Alliance invites you to a talk by self-taught urban artist Anat Ronen. Her large-scale murals often ask the viewer to consider deep questions about their world. She presents her thoughts on the artist's intention.
Wednesday, July 10 from 6:00 - 7:00 PM, Archway Gallery, 2305 Dunlavy Street , Houston, Texas, 77006