This exhibition is a brilliant collaboration between two multi-talented artists who have combined glass, paintings and other media to create a show that is a must see! The exhibition will be on view February 3 through March 1, 2012.
Aside from her featured show with Gene Hester at Archway, Liz will also be showing selected works at the Daily Review Cafe, located at 3412 W. Lamar at Dunlavy. Her work will be on view from February 28 - April 10, 2012.
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Donna is showing this month at the Wagner Sousa Modern Art Gallery, located at 404 25th Street in Galveston, Texas. Her paper sculptures, photographs and paintings will be on view through March 2, 2012.
Tom Irven is a finalist for the 2012 NICHE Awards. The program began in 1989 to celebrate excellence and innovation in American and Canadian fine craft. Artists are recognized in professional and student divisions. Julia Daily, Arthur DeBow, Leslie Genszler, Gwynne Ruckenbrod and Ruth Misenko were members of this year's jury panel.
Donna Perkins will lead the festivities of Archway Reader's celebration of relationships this month. There are wonderful sides of relationships that can be expressed but there are much more humorous takes on the not so wonderful side of them. As in the past, there will be a raffle of various items donated by the readers. This fundraising will benefit the Houston Area Women's Center. An open invitation to all that suffer the joys and the slings and arrows of outrageous fortunes. This group began at Archway Gallery in August of 1997. It is free and open to the public, whether you read or not. This month's date is Friday (not Thursday), Feb. 10th, starting at 6:30 pm.
The film "Framing Bodies: Love Me" premiered in October 2011 and sold out! Archway is proud to host Lydia Hance and Frame Dance Productions in the re-screening and other sneak previews of new live works. This special night will be held on Feb. 23rd starting at 7:30 p.m.
What do a librarian, a nurse, a lawyer, a pre-school teacher, a mail clerk and a professional dancer all have in common? They are spilling their guts in word and dance for you. This story brings professional dancers and Houston community members together to tell their romantic secrets. The film was funded through grants from the Houston Arts Alliance, The Puffin Foundation and Rice University.