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Located in the Museum district of Houston, this non-profit organization is committed to encouraging the process and history of craft. Major focus is placed on items made of fiber, metal, glass, clay and wood. The center also arranges exhibitions, where creative crafts of local as well as national artistes are put on display. And if you want to know more about this form of art, attend one of the many workshops, gallery talks and demonstrations organized by the center. The Asher Gallery, a store within the Craft Center, also has works of old and new artists for sale.
Anya Tish Gallery is a melting pot for art and culture with an emphasis on Central and Eastern Europe and Russia. Launched in 1996, this gallery hosts an array of exhibitions throughout the year in myriad media - from contemporary painting and sculpture, to photography. It is a great platform for emerging and established artists from around the world as well as local Texan talent.
Owner Barbara Davis’ eponymous gallery in Houston has been in business for over three decades. Her keen eye for aesthetics has led to a thoughtfully-selected exhibition that showcases arguably the best contemporary art in town. Some of the emerging and established artists featured here include the likes of Joe Davidson, Mie Olise, Gavin Perry and Jay Shinn. This space is a popular haunt among art enthusiasts and collectors visiting the city.
This gallery carries a wide array of fine, contemporary and abstract art, along with sculpture, watercolors and more for your viewing pleasure. Different exhibits and artists are scheduled throughout the year, including the works of Sandra Colley, Sandra Sherrod, V. Chin, Andrea Wilkinson, Jim N. Hill and Louise Williams. Visitors to the salon admire the simple shapes of Hill's cowboy images and the beautiful hill country depicted in Williams' paintings. Come and see for yourself. You might end up walking out with something new for the living room.
The G Spot Gallery is a located in the heart of the Houston Heights district and is a hub of art and culture. The gallery frequently exhibits unique and innovative paintings, sculptures, photographs, prints, and other artwork by talented local, regional, and international artists. Apart from well-curated exhibitions, the gallery also often hosts events, and live performances. Do stop by for a visit to the G Gallery when in the city, you might just find something you've been looking for all along.
Blaffer Art Museum was founded in 1973 to honor the late Sarah Campbell Blaffer. It offers educational programs and exhibits for both University of Houston students and the public. Showings in the gallery change regularly, and many periods of history have been exhibited over the years. The emphasis is on contemporary art of the past century. Previous exhibits have focused on German Expressionism, Vienna Moderne, 20th-century illustrations, and many others.