Artist Reception

Archway Gallery presents Féminitude, A Path Towards Femininity... Featuring Photographs by Isabelle Perreau

Featuring Photographs by Isabelle Perreau



Archway Gallery

2305 Dunlavy, Houston, Texas 77006 (713) 522-2409


Media Contact - Debra Ford

(281) 415-0673

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Archway Gallery presents Féminitude, A Path Towards Femininity...

Featuring Photographs by Isabelle


Exhibition                            March
3 – April 5, 2018


Opening Reception

DATE:                                   Saturday,
March 3, 2018

TIME:                                   5
– 8 p.m.

Artist Talk: 6:30 p.m.


Valet Parking

& Light Refreshments


Closing Reception

DATE:                                   Saturday,
March 31, 2018

TIME:                                   6
– 9 p.m.

With the presence of Anaelle, the model


LOCATION:                          Archway

2305 Dunlavy,

Houston, Texas 77006


Archway Gallery presents Féminitude, A Path Towards Femininity...,
featuring photographs by Isabelle Perreau. The exhibition is part of the
city-wide ‘Participating Spaces’ celebrating the FotoFest 2018 Biennial and
will be on view March 3 – April 5, 2018. 
Now in its 20th year, FotoFest is the United States’ largest and
longest-running international photography festival.  


The artist will be on hand to
visit with guests during the exhibition opening reception on Saturday, March 3,
2018 from 5 – 8 p.m. at the gallery
with an Artist Talk at 6:30 p.m.


One is not born, but rather becomes a woman. (On ne nait
pas femme, on le devient.
) ~Simone de Beauvoir.


Perreau explains, “Like
Simone de Beauvoir, and from my own experience, I believe that feminine gender,
as an aspect of one's identity, is gradually acquired; it is a metamorphosis
that occurs throughout a woman's life, encompassing body, mind and spirit. Witnessing
my daughter's transformation from child to woman, lover, and mother has been an
essential part of my own feminine journey; it has been a fascinating experience
which I explore through these images.”

Essential to the artist’s creative
approach is the mutual degree of trust established with the subjects she
photographs. Accepting and welcoming the artist into life’s intimate moments is
key in capturing that ephemeral “Féminitude” conveyed by the photographs.


Isabelle Perreau was born in France, in the Loire Valley. She studied philosophy
at the University of Paris X then followed
her natural curiosity and passion
for travel by flying off to South America where she lived for 20 years
establishing a career as a psychoanalyst.


Perreau’s continued travels eventually led her to Texas and this is where  photography became her chosen mode of
expression. The artist’s camera has become her companion on innumerable
journeys across the planet.  In 2016 she
had her first solo exhibition at the Alliance Francaise de Houston, and she
became a resident artist at Archway Gallery.



ABOUT ARCHWAY GALLERY  Artist owned and operated since 1976. Archway Gallery, one of Houstons and the nations oldest artist-owned and
operated galleries, is located at 2305 Dunlavy and is open Monday – Saturday
from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday from 1 – 5 p.m.  Since 1976, Archway Gallery has been
exhibiting the work of the area
s finest artists, providing a great selection of
affordable, high quality art including sculpture, pottery and painting in a
variety of media and styles. One of the more than 30 resident artists is always
on site, providing visitors a unique opportunity to meet
the artists who created the work, offering a personal insight into the process.
Each month features a special exhibition highlighting a resident artist(s). The
public is invited to the monthly opening receptions that celebrate the new
installations and work, usually held the first Saturday of each month from 5 –
8 p.m.  In addition to monthly
exhibitions, Archway also hosts a variety of demonstrations and monthly
readings for local writers and authors, as well as a “Tea and Tour” program,
providing visitors with a free artist-led tour of the current exhibition,
followed by tea and refreshments.  Archway
Gallery is THE destination in the Houston area for affordable art directly from
the artist. For more information, visit or call 713.522.2409.
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Mar 3, 2018
5:00 pm
Kid Friendly:
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Lauren Chapman "Metamorphosis" Opening at Redbud Gallery

Artist Statement

I create sculptures that ask the observer to question what they see.  I start with natural components, such as driftwood, and add character elements, like carved faces, or industrial elements to them. I disguise faces on objects and in places where they do not belong. I create scenes and objects that evoke emotions, be they joy, curiosity, or angst.  This combines my interests in nature and the human psyche into a work that draws in the observer, the natural, the human, and the industrial with one another. 

Often, a hidden element in the work causes the observer to do a double-take upon noticing the familiar in an unfamiliar context. This awareness (and initial lack thereof) informs my work: I want the observer to become more conscious of their surroundings. Any object may be hiding an interesting, unnoticed world in plain sight. My work asks the observer to notice the worlds before us that often become obscured by our supposed familiarity and to take them in with the wonder of one who sees it for the first time.

The exhibit will be on display from March 3 through March 31, 2018.

Redbud Gallery
303 East 11th Street
Houston, Texas 77008
Mar 3, 2018
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Saturday Time & Price:
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India's Kumbh Mela Nat Geo Photographer Greg Davis

India's Kumbh Mela Nat Geo Photographer Greg Davis Opening Reception

India's Kumbh Mela

National Geographic Photographer Greg Davis - Part of Houston Photo Fest

Opening Reception at G Spot Gallery - In the Heights - 310 East 9th Street

Saturday, March 3 - 6 to 8P

Admission is Free, all are welcome

Greg's work has been exhibited at the Blanton Musuem, the Georgetown Art Center, the Abilene Contemporary Art Center, Open Shutter Gallery in Durango (group exhbiition juried by Steve McCurry), the Visions at the Paseo in Oklahoma City, Exposure Gallery of Fine Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Austin Museum of Art's 'Night in the Galleries', the Museum of the Southwest in Midland, TX, the International Art Expo in New York City, Art City Austin, Houston’s Bayou City Arts Festival, Kansas City's Plaza Arts Festival, Madison's Art on the Square, Park City's Kimball Art Festival, the International Cultural Center at Texas Tech, Houston's Fotofest, Cherry Creek Arts Festival in Denver, the Armadillo Christmas Bazaar, the Audi Forum in New York City and many other spaces around the nation. He has also been published internationally in England, the United States, Papua New Guinea and Mexico and has works in private and institutional collections worldwide.

Greg's work has been published with the New York Times,, National Geographic Creative’s Instagram, ATX Man Magazine, Citygram Magazine, Tribeza Magazine,, Itchy Feet Magazine, Today's Machining World, Insite Magazine, Professional Photographer Magazine, PDN Magazine, the Houston Chronicle, and the Austin American Statesman, among others.

Greg is a National Geographic Creative Photographer, a Founding Member of the Austin Center for Photography and a member of the Texas Photographic Society. He is a regular contributor to the Annual Fundraiser at the Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Musuem and a contributor to the Austin non-profit, Well Aware, that provides innovative and sustainable solutions to water scarcity and contamination in Africa.

Greg’s most recent project took him to India where he attended the world’s largest spiritual pilgrimage, India’s Kumbh Mela. For millennia, every twelfth year, millions of devoted pilgrims have gathered at the confluence of the three holiest rivers. It was from this journey, that this twenty-four piece photographic exhibition and short film were born. For more information on the film, visit

Mar 3, 2018
This is part of Houston Photo Fest
6:13 pm
Kid Friendly:
Saturday Time & Price:
6P - 8P Free Admission

Year of the Dog Chinese New Year Celebration and Open Studios

We are celebrating the Year of the Dog at Art Square Studios on Commerce!

We are celebrating the Chinese New Year in Studio 8- the Year of the Dog!

Stop by for some Chinese New Year treats, and to view our new Year of the Dog-related pieces.  Jain Jones, in Studio 20, and Marilyn Lewis, in Studio 15, will be open as well- come see their awesome work!  

We will be highlighting the amazing work of Barrio Dogs, and will have information about their organization and will be accepting donations for them on site.

Parking is free- either in the parking lot behind our building, or in the street.  Enter the building through the left rear door across from the parking lot.

Art Square Studios on Commerce
2315 Commerce Street
Houston, TX  77002

We are looking forward to seeing you all on 2/17!

Feb 17, 2018
1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Kid Friendly:
Saturday Time & Price:
Free admission

Back in the Saddle Art Show

Back in the Saddle

It's that time of year again! Come join us as we express our love for the Houston Live Stock Show and Rodeo at our rodeo themed art show... from the shopping and the livestock show, to the carnival and the concerts, the Houston rodeo has something for everyone, and so will our art!

Light bites and local craft beer provided!

Show us your Eventbrite ticket for a chance to win a HLSR Carnival Pack ($34 Value)

  • 22 tickets (valid for rides and games)
  • Four refreshment coupons (must buy items to receive free item)
  • Buy one game and get one FREE
  • $5 off Show merchandise (when $25 or more is purchased)

Thank you for supporting local art!
Part of the proceeds will go to help an FFA Student with the cost of raising an animal for 2019!

Artists enter here:

Mar 10, 2018
7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Saturday Time & Price:


Jai Llewellyn: Collages

Gray Contemporary is pleased to announce three exhibitions, Jai Llewellyn: Collages in the Main Gallery,
David Janesko: Cyanotypes (FotoFest) in the Second Gallery and Deb Covell & David Goerk: White Angles
in our Project Gallery. All exhibitions open February 24th from 5:00 - 8:00 pm, and will continue through March
31, 2018. 

Feb 24, 2018
5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Kid Friendly:
Saturday Time & Price:
5-8pm & Free
General Categories: 

Opening Reception: Margin and Center

Exploring the edges of identities, geographies, disciplines and ideas.

Opening Reception from 5:30-8:00pm
Curator and Artists' Talks at 6:00pm
Exhibition on view: March 9 - April 29, 2018

Houston Center for Photography presents For Freedoms: Margin and Center

Margin and Center brings together several artists from around the world whose work explores the edges of identities, geographies, disciplines and ideas, and identifies—through various modes of seeing—physically, psychologically and culturally constructed separations that determine where we are supposed to go and who we are supposed to be. These divisions take the form of walls, bodies, histories, or, as when writer bell hooks—whose writing inspired the title of this exhibition—grew up in rural Kentucky, the train tracks that divided her town between black and white.

Mar 9, 2018
5:30 pm
Friday Time & Price:
5:30 pm-8:00pm Free and open to the public


Please join HCCC for a casual and interactive tour.

Please join HCCC for a casual and interactive tour of “Light Charmer: Neon and Plasma in Action” led by HCCC Curator Kathryn Hall with featured artists, James Akers, Michael Flechtner, Kate Hush, Lily Reeves, and others. Visitors will have the special opportunity to ask the artists questions about their work as well as see certain pieces come alive inside the gallery through an interactive experience of light and sound.

Feb 10, 2018
3:00 pm to 5:00 pm


The opening reception will celebrate Light Charmer: Neon and Plasma in Action with live performances in the Main Galleries and Treachery of Material: The Surrealist Impulse in Craft in the Artist Hall.

The evening will also feature open studios by the current resident artists.  Beer generously provided by Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co.

From 5:30 – 6:30 PM, Lily Reeves will perform Methods of Healing. Reeves will interact with the audience, passing a neon hoop over and around participants and helping them to relax into a meditative state, allowing the light to stimulate their senses.

At 7:00 PM, Lily Reeves and James Akers will perform Neon Sword Fight, during which the artists will  wield “Star Wars”-like, glass light sabers in a battle between opposing forces of good (cool-blue argon) and evil (orange-red neon). The battle during the opening will mark only the second performance of the piece in public.

Feb 9, 2018
5:30 pm to 8:00 pm

We Love Houston Art Show

Come and see how much we love OUR city at our Houston themed art show!

We are #HoustonStrong, and February 2018 is the perfect time to show you how strong our love for Houston is! Part of the proceeds will be donated to help support those in need in our city! We have chosen Jenna Lee, a Houstonian fighting cancer... you can read more about her story here, Part of the proceeds from art sold during the event will be given to Jenna to help her along in her fight with cancer. 

Drinks and lite bights provided.

Saint Arnold Brewing Company is providing amazing craft beer for you as you support the Houston art scene!

Artists, deadline to enter is Jan. 25th.
Enter today:

Feb 17, 2018
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Saturday Time & Price:
6-9 Free

PO BOX 66494
Houston, TX 77266-6494


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