As he explains in his artist statement:
Day Dreams is a site specific installation derived from momentary observations, cultural elements and the artist’s memories. The work focuses on my continued exploration of altering paper mediums, from Art Forums to Playboys, by systematically carving organic abstract patterns into the surface. These carefully excavated forms result in mandala-esque patterns that subvert the objects original content and intention. In this way, the works are subjectively and intuitively derived from my own experiences towards more generalized, objective, and shared histories.
Foronda received his BFA in painting from the University of Houston in 2008. His most notable achievement is becoming the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series 2012 National Winner at Art Basel in Miami. He currently resides and works in his studio in Houston.
January 26, 2015 Comments Off
No mater which direction you head into Lubbock, any of these shows would make a great stopping point.
Supranatural Realistic at Texas Woman’s University East Gallery in Denton, TX, through February 4.
For more information please click here.
Beili Liu: STRATUS at Grace Museum in Abilene, TX, through April 25.
Artist Beili Liu has transformed Grace Museum into a large scale installation focusing on elemental crises, specifically the statewide drought.
For more information please click here.
Tom Sachs: Boombox Retrospective 1999-2015 at The Contemporary Austin, TX through April 19th.
Tom Sachs retrospective assemblages, sculptures, and immersive audio installations will be exhibited at the Jones Center, Marcus Sculpture Park, and various Art School locations.
For more information on sites of exhibition, directions and times please click here.
Caprice Pierucci: Dream State at the Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, TX, through April 12th.
Austin based artist Caprice Peirucci’s wooden sculptures are reminiscent of textile and fiber. “Sinuous repetition of form, texture, progressive rhythms, and linear abstractions are the images I was surrounded by as a child.”
For more information on directions and times please click here.
January 21, 2015 Comments Off
“The content of my work is the beginning. The joy is the process. I love the challenge of making ideas tangible through my chosen medium of metal. Working in the studio is a struggle of will, forcing the material into forms that are expressions of my thoughts and at the same time revealing the innate beauty of the material itself.” – Ed Wilson
Ed Wilson was born in Louisiana in 1953, and lives and works in Houston, TX. He received a BFA in sculpture from Louisiana State University in 1981, and an MFA from the University of Houston in 1984.
Recognized for his masterful craftsmanship in metal fabrication, Ed Wilson’s ability to manifest sculptures that embrace a clear sense of honesty through personal and political means have made him one of Houston’s most appraised artist. In a career spanning over twenty years, Art League Houston is proud to present this incredible collection of work by the artist.
The opening reception is Friday January 16, 6 – 9 PM, with an artist talk at 6:30 PM, and will be on exhibit through February 21st.
January 12, 2015 Comments Off
Art on the Llano – Lubbock, has issued the 2015 Call for Public Art Proposals – see the proposal (2015 Request for Proposals – Art on the Llano). The deadline for submissions is Friday, February 27, 2015.
Art on the Llano is a consortium of Lubbock groups supporting art in the community including TxDOT, the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, the Buddy Holly Center, Civic Lubbock, and Visit Lubbock, Texas Tech University School of Art and the Texas Tech University Public Art Collection.
Since 2012 Art on the Llano has supported two-year sculpture installations in Lubbock’s public sphere by selecting works proposed by artists and installing them at major traffic intersections.
Previously selected artists include Brent Baggett, William Cannings, Eric McGehearty and Michelle O’Michael in 2013, Jerry Daniel in 2013, and Jeffie Brewer, Peter Mangan, and a collaborative project by Chad Plunket and Matt Weaver in 2014.
December 19, 2014 Comments Off
Devin Borden Gallery: Ought Not No One opened at Devin Borden Gallery on November 14 and continues through December 20th.
Darryl Lauster incorporates digital media, printmaking, sculpture and installation in his artworks. He finds inspiration from American history, national identity, and mythology.
Darryl Lauster is currently an Associate Professor of Sculpture at the University of Texas at Arlington.
December 10, 2014 Comments Off
On the night of November 7th, The Dysfunction of Damage: Collective Illusion exhibition showcased an array of Texas Tech University School of Art graduate and undergraduate student works from different disciplines that intersected a wide variety of concepts, media and processes. The one-night show presented students with the challenge and encouragement of conceiving works that transverse their studio and into The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts Warehouse Space. Below are some of the highlights from this exhibition.
November 19, 2014 Comments Off
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November 13, 2014 Comments Off
Danville Chadbourne will be presenting works at IMAS McAllen, TX. Opening reception will take place Thursday, December 18 and continues through April 12th. This exhibition will feature large and small-scale wood and ceramic sculptures. There will also be an outdoor instillation of selected works. For more information click (here).
Danville Chadbourne received a BFA in 1971 from Sam Houston State University and an MFA in 1973 from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas.
November 12, 2014 Comments Off
Graduate and undergraduate students in the Texas Tech sculpture program will exhibit new work at the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts Warehouse on Friday, November 7th from 6:00-9:00 PM. For more information, go (here).
November 6, 2014 Comments Off
Roger Colombik: 29th Street Serenade (& Other Love Songs) opened at the Texas State University Gallery on October 14th and continues through November 14th.
This exhibition is a social practice based collaborative endeavor that combines oral history interviews/conversations and documentary photographic practices to explore the historical tales and cultural identity amongst the denizens of one extended neighborhood in Yangon, Burma. For more information about the exhibition, click (here).
Roger Colombik is on the art faculty at Texas State University and a steering committee member of the Texas Sculpture Group.
October 22, 2014 Comments Off