Events and Shows 2011
  Public Reception 72

People just vanish without a trace. Victor Zambrano makes
this point with a simple blow to the head. The moon light dances across the desert but “72” dance only in the memory of loved ones and on the wind. 

December 8, 2011


Barbara Kile, Jason Kishell,
John Van Domelen, Laura Viada,
Lynn Williams

November 10, 2011 through
December 4, 2011
Klaus Eyting, Tom Besson, Stanislav Grezdo, William Platz, Hynek Snajdar

October 7, 2011 through
November 9, 2011

Go West is a dream of artistic capitals, Houston and Paris.

September 20, 2011 through
September 30, 2011
Kim Chalmers

In Memorium - Kim Chalmers 2011

September 3, 2011 through
October 2, 2011


Jessica Rice; Hatziel Flores; Kevin Sechelski; Michael Reyes (Terribly Odd); BAMM Collective; Olga Galindo; Nicky Davis; Kevin Peterson; NoseGo; Graham Franciose and Roberto del Rio.

August 12, 2011 through
August 28, 2011

The Embryonic Journey
Born in Chicago, Bede Van Dyke lived as a child in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Houston, Texas.

As an artist, he creates large paintings he calls “fourteen layers of stains: atmospheric landscapes”. His mediums include oil and acrylic on canvas, photography, steel, cementuous materials, pastels, and watercolor.

July 15, 2011 through
August 7, 2011



PrintMatters, a Houston based non-profit organization devoted to promoting traditional and contemporary printmaking in Houston is pleased to announce PRINTHOUSTON 2011, Houston’s first print event dedicated to celebrating the art of printmaking and print collecting in Houston.

Saturday, July 11-12, 2011

  Salon Des Refuses

Artwork rejected from Lawndale Art Center’s The BIG Show is an exhibition of artwork rejected from Lawndale Art Center's juried exhibition, The BIG Show. It is inspired by the Salon des Refusés held in Paris in 1863.

Saturday, July 1, 2011

A collaboration of four recent graduating students, all graduating from the University of Houston with their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees.

Joshua Davis; Jennifer Densing; Matthew Manalo; Jamie Woody

Saturday, June 3, 2011
  Unimportant Things

Featuring John Knott

Saturday, April 30, 2011
  Visual Treats

Honoring the women of BCCKT
Featuring artists Kelly Allison, Billie Chasen, Candice Goodwin, Crystal Ownen and Tahamia Spain

Friday, April 1, 2011
Gallery M Squared Houston Texas
Collateral Myths

Featuring Bonnie Young
& Yousef Balat

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Press Release

Fodice Art Project
  Fodice Portrait Project

Opening Night:
January 6, 2011
7 to 9 PM

We believe art reveals our inner beings, our souls. All forms of art stimulate our thoughts through our senses.

Dance, music, film, the written or spoken word etc., engage multiple senses, emotions, and concepts.

These experiences can involve thousands of individuals simultaneously or a single being.

Art, on every level helps us to see and understand the world around us.

Art bridges cultural boundries, and builds stronger communities.

If the eyes are the windows to the soul then the original art we display is an outward expression of who we are.

This is, "The Power of Art."

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