Visual Vernacular: Emily Peacock

Entering into the realm of higher education, Emily Peacock was engaged in subjects distant from art. Encounters with cameras and lenses in college changed her path for the better. A creative collision of current circumstances, a yearning to connect to her past, along with a desire to visually transcribe familial history, Peacock began to forge the foundation of her photos.…

Visual Vernacular: Artist Nazar Yahya

From Nazar Yahya’s “Rose Water: A Homage To Cy Twombly” Series (detail)…

Visual Vernacular: Artist Rowen Foster

Rowen Foster, “To Live in Elusion”   Some are able to read…

Visual Vernacular: Artist Owen Drysdale

Owen Drysdale, “Mulberries (in the tread of my shoe),” 2016 (detail)  …

Visual Vernacular: Gallerist and Artist Mel Dewees

Aimée Terburg, “Untitled” from the “Divisibility” series, 2015   Tucked away in…

Visual Vernacular: Artist Lynn Lane

Innovator with his imaginative images, artist Lynn Lane has been capturing the pivotal essence of the Houston arts scene and beyond for years. Mysterious movement, magical music, and captivating collaborations all resonate in his photography with some major players as the Houston Grand Opera and the Alley Theatre are all on his client roster.…

Visual Vernacular: Artist Lucinda Cobley

Lucinda Cobley, “Matrix” (detail)   Offering works capturing light and shadow that often rival…

Visual Vernacular: Photographer Casey Baden

Cyanotype print from Casey Baden’s series, “Suspended In Home.”   One of…

Visual Vernacular: Artist Lauren Salazar

Lauren Salazar, “Sister/Brother” (detail), 2016.   In this second segment of this…

Visual Vernacular: Artist Jacob Spacek

Jacob Spacek, Pseudoscience, 2016.   In this series, a focus of all…