All Access Art Show Summer 18

Artist, Houston

us for the All Access Art Show Summer '18 edition at The Health Museum.
Come experience a night of creativity, entertainment, and experience
the amazing energy we bring to these events. The #Biorhythm
Music and Body exhibit will be open for your enjoyment throughout the
night. Over 20+ Visual Artist and vendors will be showcased at this

May 25, 2018
General Admission $25 VIP $40
7:00 pm

JMV Spring Festival 2018

art exhibit, dance, live music, acting performance

JoMar Visions' big Spring Festival is here as well as its eighth anniversary this month of May, in conjunction with our open studios.

Come for this big celebration. There will be live music by Smith DeVille, dance and acting performance by ImagineNation Theatre and Saint Arnolds is sponsoring this event with their amazing beer while everyone enjoys the best art the city has to offer. Yessss!
May 6, 2018
- Live music by Smith DeVille. - Dance and acting performance by ImagineNation. - Free Saint Arnold's beer for all guests and participants. - Free & open to the public- Plenty of on site Parking- Complimentary Hors d'Oeuvres - Drinks served by  AR Bartending Service.
3:00 pm

An Afternoon of Art and Dance at the J

2:00 PM | Art Opening in the Deutser Art Gallery
3:30 PM | Dance Performance in the Kaplan Theatre

Join us for an art exhibit featuring the works of the our drawing, painting, and ceramic students. Following the art opening everyone is invited to attend a dance performance featuring our students of all ages. Houston Tap Happy Tappers will appear as guest artists.

On Display in the Deutser Art Gallery

  • Works by Gerry Melot’s Advanced Drawing 60+ students
  • Works by Susan Wingfield’s painting and drawing students
  • Works by ceramic students under the guidance of sculptor and potter, Stacy Kuropata

Dance Performances

  • Golden Girls Plus One

    Two adult ballet students will perform classical solos under the direction of instructor Margie Bellamy.

  • The Golden Girls Plus One tappers, under the artistic direction of Michelle Schroeder, and the intermediate tap dance students will perform to some of your favorite tunes such as "Boy from New York City " and "Onefrom A Chorus Line.

  • The teen JCrew dancers will perform a Hip-Hop piece created for them by director Jamie Levit.

  • Our teen musical theater students, under the direction of Eva De La Cruz, will perform a number from High School Musical , Jr

  • Houston Tap Happy Tappers (HTHT), directed by Sara Draper, is the performing group of Tap Happy which offers tap dance classes to adults in Houston. Their presentation “Brown Derby Jump” is a playful expression of the wild social milieu and high energy of a sub-culture in a previous age.

The event is free and open to the public. To reserve a seat for the dance performance in the Kaplan Theatre, please contact Maxine Silberstein at msilberstein@erjcchouston.org

Jun 3, 2018
2:00 pm

7th Annual Star Wars Art Festival! May 5-6, 2018

warhous, dandee warhol, star wars, may the 4th

One of the biggest May The 4th Art Festival in the country! Coming back to you guys for our 7th annual event that gets bigger and bigger each year! Family friendly event that everyone can enjoy!

Over 100+ artists and vendors, sponsors, DJ's, food trucks and cosplays! 

Costumes encouraged!

ADDRESS: 215 Grove St. Houston, TX 77020

VIP Preview opening party: Friday May 4, 2018 (6-10pm) $25

Public Opening: Saturday & Sunday May 5-6 (12-6pm both days) $7 online ($10 at the door)

FaceBook Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1951165838245752/

For questions or inquiries, email us at info@warhous.com

DISCLAIMER: This event is not affiliated with or approved by Lucasfilm

May 5, 2018 to May 6, 2018
12:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Kid Friendly:
Saturday Time & Price:
12-6pm, $10 door (kids 12 under FREE)
Sunday Time & Price:
12-6pm, $10 door (kids 12 under FREE)

Joachim West: the descent of man; Lael Marshall: Paper/Wood Constructions

Joachim West: the descent of man; Lael Marshall: Paper/Wood Constructions

Gray Contemporary is pleased to announce two exhibitions, Joachim West: the descent of man in the Main
Gallery, Lael Marshall: Paper/Wood Constructions in the Second Gallery. Both exhibitions open May 19th from
5:00 - 8:00 pm, and will continue through June 23, 2018.

Main Gallery

Joachim West: the descent of man

The "Mother Earth Is a Dirty Whore" series is focused on metaphor and meaning. Strongly influenced by the
spirit of social critique evident in the Fallas of Valencia, a city where Joachim has deep roots, this project is
concerned with questions about the human proclivity towards violence and a criticism of contemporary society.
Joachim is also strongly interested in the mythology of his ancestors, the west and near-east and uses the
language of their mythos in his exploration of humanity and her violence.

Joachim’s graphic work is also informed by a variety of influences from the Gothic, Byzantine and Northern
Renaissance classics to the infamous generation of the ‘East Texas Lizard Cult’ mentored by Lee Baxter Davis,
a well-known group of contemporary artists to which his mentor Greg Metz belongs. German Expressionists like
George Grosz and Otto Dix; and, especially, Goya’s ‘Los Caprichos’ have had a tremendous influence on the
format and tone of this series.

About the Artist:

Joachim West (Michael Joachim Westfried Soriano), a first-generation American of Spanish-Jewish descent,
was born in Connecticut in 1985 and currently resides in Galveston, Texas. Joachim earned an MFA in
Producción Artística from La Universidad Politécnica de Valencia in Spain and a BA in Art & Performance from
The University of Texas at Dallas.

Joachim's work has at times captured the attention of the press both nationally and internationally. His work has
appeared on CBS News, Artnet, the Dallas Morning News, D Magazine, The Dallas Observer, Arts & Culture as
well as numerous other publications. Most recently he was interviewed on F Radio Valencia in Spain and his
work was included in a tribute show to Lee Baxter Davis at the Meadows Museum of Art, an artist whose
teaching has produced artists such as Trenton Doyle Hancock, Gary Panter, Robyn O’neil and Georganne
Deen. Joachim has shown internationally and has been included in the Huntington Art Exhibition twice. He has
been selected for solo shows, group and juried exhibitions in both the United States and outside of the United
States, including exhibitions curated by Trenton Doyle Hancock, Wouter Van Loo, Benito Huerta, Aaron
Parazette and Joan Davidow. His work was recently chosen for La Bienal Internacional de Arte Contemporáneo
Emergente Eve-Maria Zimmermann in Spain.

Second Gallery

Lael Marshall: Paper/Wood Constructions

The works in this exhibition were made during my residency at Dieu Donné Papermill, New York.

Pigmented paper pulp, first pressed and then applied over wooden supports was the method I used for creating
these small sculptural wall pieces.

This particular paper fiber, abaca, is amazingly strong and resilient to puncture as it dries and shrinks over the
wood beneath.

Finding form by stretching fibers, whether paper, in this instance, or fabric in other recent works, has been a
source of interest for me as I have expanded my practice beyond the flat, rectangular, paint on canvas model.

About the Artist:

Lael Marshall (b. 1968, Seattle Washington) received a BFA from The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and
an MFA as ‘Meisterschülerin‘ from the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, Germany. Lael was a Dieu Donné
Workspace Resident in 2014, and her work was selected for the publications: ‘100 Painters of Tomorrow,’ Kurt
Beers, Thames & Hudson, 2014, and ‘The Outlaw Bible of American Art,’ Alan Kaufman, Last Gasp, San
Francisco, 2016.

Recent exhibitions in the US and abroad include 57W57ARTS (NYC), Dieu Donné (NYC), BRIC (Brooklyn),
ParisCONCRET (Paris), SNO (Sydney), Beers Contemporary (London), A/B/Contemporary (Zurich), A3 Gallery
(Moscow), and mitart gallery, (Basel). 

May 19, 2018
5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Kid Friendly:
Saturday Time & Price:
free & 0
General Categories: 


Solo exhibit with fine art by Marie Casamayor-Harvey

Passion! represents Marie’s journey of life in three countries and events that helped shape her emotionally.  She creates oil and acrylic paintings, collage, drawings, mixed media works and sculptures. She incorporates strong boundaries and borders, different materials, the use of rough sandpaper, detached pieces, torn paper and rips, interlocking parts - almost like puzzle pieces, and bold colors mixed with muted tones to create truly powerful images. Her passion comes through in her body of work.

About the artist:

Marie E. Casamayor-Harvey is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Houston, Texas.  Marie was born in Cienfuegos, Cuba to a Cuban father and a Colombian mother.  Marie left Cuba at the age of 6 months and moved to Colombia, South America, where she spent her formative years.  She moved to the United States at the age of 12.

“My mission is to explore and experiment with different mediums and techniques to express and communicate my thoughts, ideas and feelings to the viewer.”

“My goal is to spark a dialog and make a connection between the viewer and my work of art; that pure harmony between the viewer and the image, a “vibration of the soul and inner pulsation,” as Kandinsky called it. My duty is to ignite people's souls.”

Apr 28, 2018
-Unique fine art by Marie E. Casamayor-Harvey - Free & Open to the public- Plenty of on-site Parking- Complimentary Hors d'Oeuvres- Drinks served by  AR Bartending Service.
6:00 pm to 10:00 pm

ULTA - Tattoo Parlor

Illustrators Needed for Drawn on Fake Tattoos

NYC Creative Agency, Harley & Co. is looking to hire local artists to draw on fake tattoos in their custom Tattoo Parlor activation at ULTA's Beauty 2018 Conference. We would work directly with artists to create the tattoo designs and a 'flash sheet' for guests to pick from at the event. 

The event is on April 5th, during the day 11am - 4pm and will be highly attended with beauty stakeholders and ~1500 guests. We'd have a sign up process for the tattoos so it won't get too crazy. We are looking for two artists max. We'd really love to collaborate with local artists to make this a very cool event.

Please email Ryan Casucci at ryan@harleyandcompany.com with work examples and contact information. 

Apr 5, 2018
11:07 am to 4:07 pm

Toy Art Car Parade & 12x12 Art Show

Join artists from all over Houston at our 12×12 Art Show where all the art is, you guessed, 12″ x 12″!

Houston is known for having the largest Art Car Parade in the world, but the fun does not have to stop after the parade this year, because, during the 12x12 show, ROCKSTAR Gallery is having a parade of its own… a toy art car parade! There will be local craft beer, food trucks, and music!

The parade is at 6, the 12x12 art show will follow, the cars will be on display after the parade for you to view, some will even be for sale!

This is a parade that everyone can participate in! To enter 12x12 art or a car, click here: https://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/s9z8vac3b0WxYlGXN

Admission is free! Donations are appreciated so that we can continue putting on State-Of-The-Art-Shows for you to enjoy!

Apr 21, 2018
6:00 pm
Saturday Time & Price:
6pm - 10pm & Free

Not Our First Rodeo Art Show

Get your Rodeo Art from Rockstar Gallery!

This ain't our First Rodeo! Come out and enjoy the gallery one more time before the Back In the Saddle art comes out! Our rodeo Themed art show is complete with hay bales for benches, country music, two-stepping, BBQ, and of course ART!

Mar 30, 2018
7:00 pm
Friday Time & Price:
7pm-10pm $0-$10

PO BOX 66494
Houston, TX 77266-6494


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