Artist News

First Opening reception of 2017 at Archway Gallery, next to my paintings 'Old World I,II & III'. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Johnson City’s Holiday Celebration_ Art Walk & Wine Tasting_ December 2016 With ‘Warren the Wine Guy’, owner of 290 VINERY, tasting excellent wines from Florence, Texas. And with Susan Kirchman, owner of Taste Wine & Art Gallery, sitting in front of my two Mosaic paintings ‘Diurno’ and ‘Noturno’. Back to the wine tasting, my other two paintings ‘Red Ruby I’ & ‘Red Ruby II’ displayed behind the counter to be appreciated while you enjoy your wine! ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Archway Gallery’s Christmas party! The oldest artist-owned and operated gallery in Texas. We are 30 Houston artists keeping the city’s local art scene vibrant and thriving. Since 1976 Archway Gallery has had its 3,900 square feet of Fine Art open to the public 7 days a week. Fiesta de Navidad de la Archway Gallery! La más antigua galería de Texas de propiedad y administrada por sus artistas. Somos 30 artistas de Houston manteniendo el arte local próspero y vibrante. Desde 1976 Archway Gallery ha tenido sus 363 metros cuadrados de Bellas Artes abiertos al público los 7 días de la semana. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

“On The Creative Path”_ Exhibition by Houston Women Artists - Opening reception Friday 9th, 2016, Celebrating the 30th year anniversary of HTV (Houston Television Station) at City Hall. With HTV manager Dwight T. Williams and a speech by Houston’s Mayor Sylvester Turner. I exhibited paintings from my Series “Pueblos Blancos”. Exposición “En el Camino Creativo”_ Mujeres Artistas de Houston _ Recepción de inauguración en la Alcaldía, viernes 9 de diciembre de 2016 para celebrar los 30 años de la HTV (Houston Television Station), con la presencia de Dwight T. Williams, gerente de HTV y discurso del alcalde de Houston, sr. Sylvester Turner. Exhibí pinturas de mi serie ‘Pueblos Blancos”. ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

Painting of the Month: “FLORES” _30”X 30” (76 X 76cms) “FLORES” belongs to my Mosaic Painting Series: In these paintings I break up the image on the canvas in squares - like shown in the 2 detailed images- visually disconnecting lines, shapes and colors, making each square different from the rest. Each square is a miniature painting in itself, detached from the others but an important and necessary part of the whole. To view more of the Mosaic Series, please visit: ... See MoreSee Less

8 months ago

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