Join me in the celebration of my first Children's Book Launch & bring the little ones!!
I am a Houston based Artist and illustrator, my studio , (a 1940's old house that was abandon and I am reviving)
is located in the historic ward, very close to the new Emancipation Park.
I work abstract art & illustration for children, and my new book has just release.
For this special occasion I will exhibit sketches and process of the making, SILENCE PLEASE is collection of Children's Poems, illustrated by me, words by Johnny Ray Moore, Imprint: Clear Fork Publishing.
I will have copies to sign (while supplies Last) , The book can be found in Amazon and B&N.
Oh, yes and there is original art too!!!
Tatiana Art Studio: 3715 Emancipation Avenue, 77004
The Glass Gathering Art Show (GGAS) is an annual, one-day exhibition of glass artwork in cold, warm and hot glass categories. Its mission is to support and encourage the growth of artists working in glass. It provides a professionally executed and adjudicated artistic forum devoted to glass as a medium.
The GGAS is divided into two events occurring simultaneously; a juried-entry division, and a non-juried-entry exhibition of glass art works. Both divisions are viewed and evaluated by a guest juror with ribbons given for first and second place in each category. This year we are pleased to have as our judge Marissa Hershon, Curatorial Assistant for Decorative Arts, Crafts and Design at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. Cash prizes are awarded for Best in Show, Technical Merit and People's Choice. The fee for participation is $35 for Glass Gathering members, and $75 for non-members which includes a Glass Gathering membership for 2018. Join us as we celebrate glass art!
Solo exhibit with fine art by Marie Casamayor-Harvey
Explorations in Luminosity is a group exhibition of encaustic artworks by artists whose art is being exhibited for the first time in Houston. The encaustic process, painting using pigment infused hot wax, is one of the oldest known forms of painting. This wax process technique was notably used in the Fayum mummy portraits from Egypt around 100–300 AD.
May 3, 2018 - Grand Opening
4:30 PM – 7:00 PM - Professional Preview
7:00 PM – 10:00 PM - Public Opening
May 4 – 5, 2018 - Open Gallery
11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
UHGD18* is an exhibition showcasing the work of 23 designers graduating from the University of Houston's Graphic Design BFA Program. Featuring work which represents a culmination of formative experience and personal growth, UHGD18* acts as an important milestone in which we acknowledge the skills that we have developed thus far, and as a crossing point in which we begin our individual journeys into the unknown.
We honor critical thinking, process and collaboration as the core of our ability to create meaningful work in order to become a version of ourselves that exceeds the last. We choose to be resilient, careful, and critical of how our work affects the world.
High Brew Coffee
KGMCA Technology Center
Lawndale Art Center
UH Printing And Postal
This will be the first presentation of Keliy Anderson-Staley’s temporary sculptural structure, Shelter in Place.
The simple structure, sheathed in original tintype portraits of
hundreds of Houstonians, will be installed in an outdoor space under the
train shed at the Silos.
Each tintype plate is a powerful portrait of an individual and the
entire piece a portrait of the broader community. The structure is an
expression of the strength and resilience of Houston’s communities, but
also our collective fragility and vulnerability in the face of natural
and environmental catastrophe. Although the project has been in
development for a number of years, the project has taken on new
significance in the wake of Harvey, and many of the portraits have been
made since the storm.
The installation will only be up and open to the public for one week, so plan to see it while you can! Refreshments will be served at the opening reception. on April 21.
Shelter in Place was funded in part by the
City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance and by the Cynthia
Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts.
Main Street Projects is pleased to present "Jamilyn Hull: Deepika," a presentation of photographic works from the artist’s travels and volunteer work in Kolkata, India. Presented in conjunction with Houston’s 2018 FotoFest Biennial and Mid Main Houston’s April First Thursday block party, a benefit exhibition will open to the public with a reception in honor of the artist on April 5, 2018, from 6 - 9 pm.
Deepika is the word for a tiny clay lamp. The proceeds from the sale of any of these photographs will be designated to help Deepika Social Welfare Society located in Kolkota, India. In the vast darkness of Sonargachi, the largest red light district in India, a tiny light can shine a long way. The work of Deepika has been to invite prostituted women into a new life by helping educate and equip them to earn living wages for the products that they hand make. The Deepika Social Welfare Society also sponsors evening care centers for children who are at high risk to be caught in the web of their prostituted mothers’ lives and also has a residence program that gives a home to 50 young girls, most whose mothers are trapped in human trafficking. All proceeds from the sale of artworks and Fair Trade items ASDFwill help to light the welcome lamp in the window. Every Fair Trade Item purchased improves the lives of the artisans that made it by supporting their craft and providing a fair, stable income.
About Jamilyn Hull:
Photographer. Missions Coordinator. Daughter, Sister, Servant and Friend to Many. Jamilyn was an advocate for the marginalized and worked diligently to serve the poor and the powerless around the world. Through documenting her experiences to share with communities stateside, organizing mission trips, and facilitating the purchase of Fair Trade items hand-crafted in the communities she visited, the fruits of Jamilyn’s efforts continue to inspire and to encourage service to others.
Jamilyn lived a furious and passionate life on the earth, but her memory and her calling are still challenging us today. Her decision to say "YES." to whatever God asked of her motivated her photography and continues to drive the causes she was passionate about. For more information on Jamilyn and the #WESAYYESPERIOD movement, please visitwww.jamilynhull.com.