Meghan Hendley-Lopez

Visual Vernacular: Volker Eisele

Visual Vernacular: Volker Eisele

Site Gallery at Sawyer Yards. Photo: Wei Hong   Rounding out this…

Visual Vernacular: Pablo Gimenez-Zapiola

Visual Vernacular: Pablo Gimenez-Zapiola

Words in motion matched with movement in architecture are things Pablo Gimenez-Zapiola is known utilizing for in his work. With his recent Individual Artist Grant Award, a grant funded by the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance, Gimenez-Zapiola has created a multi-sensory experience entitled Eastext. …

Visual Vernacular: Jonathan Schipper

Visual Vernacular: Jonathan Schipper

Jonathan Schipper, Cubicle at Rice Gallery.   Life confined to four walls is…

Visual Vernacular: Cindy Lisica Gallery at the Texas Contemporary Art Fair

Visual Vernacular: Cindy Lisica Gallery at the Texas Contemporary Art Fair

Continuing our look at the local layers added into the Texas Contemporary Art Fair kicking off this Thursday, we tie in another gallery from the concrete art fortress known as 4411 Montrose: Cindy Lisica Gallery. …

Visual Vernacular: David Shelton Gallery at Texas Contemporary Art Fair

Vincent Valdez, “The City II,” 2016   Launching this Thursday, the Texas Contemporary…

Visual Vernacular: Rahul Mitra

Rahul Mitra has combined the skill sets of the visual and linguistic arts along with his background as a scientist to exhibit a new take on contemporary history across our globe. Sociopolitical dialogues that wade in the whys of customs, love, technology, strangeness, poverty, and other critical matters flow through his work with the visual topography of an intricate layout.…

Visual Vernacular: Dennis Nance

A wizard of word, wardrobe, and wonder, Dennis Nance is one of Houston's greatest treasures and will be taking his knowledge to Galveston in the near future. As long time Exhibitions & Programming Director of Lawndale Art Center, Nance helped funnel the fiercely creative through the Lawndale galleries and on the outside of the building through their mural program.…

Visual Vernacular: Misha Penton

Surrounded by swirls of melodies, expression, and sight, musician and painter Misha Penton provides a wave of creativity in Houston and beyond. Working with poetics, improvisation, and energy, Penton fuses her musical ability to new and beautiful works as founder and director of Divergence Vocal Theater.…

Visual Vernacular: Alfredo Scaroina

Waste not, want not is certainly a motto for artist Alfredo Scaroina.…

Visual Vernacular: Nicola Parente

Italian-born artist Nicola Parente works in a variety of mediums that reverberate a sense of urban movement. Dancing between fluid and static states, his work uncovers qualms and triumphs with technology, the human progression, and the natural world surrounding us.…

Visual Vernacular: Aki Neumann

Examining the relationship between the observer and the observed, Aki Neumann is a painter that shows the dynamics of this intertwined arrangement in tonal colors and landscapes. The subdued yet rich motifs ripple through the body of work with stately forms and objects maintaining intriguing focus on the plain of the paper. …

Visual Vernacular: Devon Grigsby

Devon Grigsby, “Found Memories,” 2016   For Devon Grigsby, past endeavors include…