Over the span of six months in 2022, Houston sculptor Susan Budge lost her mother, got married, saw her son graduate from high school, built a kiln in a new studio, and was diagnosed with breast cancer.
While those who are familiar with 20th-century photography know Robert Frank’s body of work, it is less likely they recognize the name Todd Webb. Why are their photographs being shown side by side for the first time?
The World Outside: Louise Nevelson at Midcentury is one of the first exhibitions to focus on the artist’s midcentury sculptures and works on paper as seen through the lens of the world in which she lived.
“Everything comes back to the water,” said San Antonio Museum of Art Curator Regina Palm.
Sarah Fisher walks constantly, and she is always looking.
When Jesse Amado goes into the studio, he is open to whatever concept may present itself.
As Texas Christian University celebrates the sesquicentennial of its founding, the School of Art is mounting a group exhibition of 150 artists celebrating the talent and range of artists whose work has contributed to the creative life of TCU students and faculty, as well as Texas art and beyond.
h Shannon and William Cannings are represented by Anya Tish Gallery, so showing them together at some point seemed predestined.
A Tour through the Bower: DiverseWorks and Texas Artists Celebrate the Locke Surls Center for Art and Nature @ Splendora Gardens
“I am turning 80 on April 19, and this is one of those ‘woulda-gonna’ projects that is finally happening,” Surls said. “If I’m going to do it, I have to do it now.”
There is actually no way to know how many artists support themselves solely through their artwork, but most people agree that it’s a fairly low percentage.
More than 25,000 square feet of gallery space at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth are devoted to I’ll Be Your Mirror: Art and the Digital Screen (Feb. 12- April 30, 2023).