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(b. 1952, New York) MFA, University of Hawaii-Manoa
SOLO EXHIBITION | TARGETED DISSONANCE February 10 - March 11, 2017
Deborah G. Nehmad is a Honolulu-based artist who brings her background practice of politics and law into her artwork. She received her MFA in printmaking from the University of Hawaii, and holds a BA in government from Smith College and Juris Doctor from Georgetown University. She has participated in several solo and group exhibitions nationally and internationally, including her most recent and critically-acclaimed exhibition, WASTED, held at Kim Foster Gallery in New York and Honolulu Museum of Art in Hawaii. She has been awarded by the Hawaii State Foundation for Culture and the Arts, has received the Individual Artist Award for Excellence in the Visual Arts, and was one of six artists included in the Sixth Biennial of Hawaii Artists at The Contemporary Museum in 2003. Her work is in numerous corporate, private, and institutional collections, including the Achenbach collection at the Fine Art Museums of San Francisco, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Yale University Art Gallery, the Davis Museum and Cultural Center at Wellesley College, Smith College Museum of Art, Hood Museum at Dartmouth College, the Hammer Museum of UCLA, the Hawaii State Art Museum, and the Honolulu Museum of Art.
BFA, Painting, 1992, The Cooper Union, NY, NY 1988-1989 Parsons School of Design, NY, NY
Solo exhibition: January 6th-February 4th, 2017
After completing her BFA in Painting from The Cooper Union in New York (1992), Catherine Colangelo returned to her native Houston to pursue her art practice. She was the recipient of 2011 and 2007 Individual Artist Grant Fellowships from the Houston Arts Alliance, and has been a Hunting Prize finalist in 2014 and 2010. Colangelo was selected by Bill Arning, Director of the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, from over 1000 entrants to be included in New American Paintings, No. 102. She also appears in the latest West issue, No. 106, juried by Claire C. Carter, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.
Colangelo's work is found in impressive private and corporate collections including the Four Seasons Hotel (Abu Dhabi, UAE), Four Seasons Hotel (Houston), Rosewood Abu Dhabi Hotel, (Abu Dhabi, UAE), Fidelity Investments (Boston), and Sidley Austin LLP (Houston). She has appeared in Art in America, Glasstire, Houston Press, Art Houston Magazine, Visual Art Source, The Austin Chronicle and The Houston Chronicle on multiple occasions. Other recent solo exhibitions include McMurtrey Gallery, DARKE Gallery, Conduit Gallery, and Art League Houston.
Green Center Shield (2016) by Catherine Colangelo
gouache and graphite on muslin over wood panel, 18 x 24 inches
Forget-Me-Not Shield (2016) by Catherine Colangelo
gouache and graphite on muslin over wood panel, 16 x 12 inches
Protector Shield (2016) by Catherine Colangelo
gouache and graphite on muslin over wood panel, 24 x 18 inches
Star Shield (2016) by Catherine Colangelo
gouache and graphite on muslin over wood panel, 12 x 9 inches
MFA, University of Houston BFA, Memphis College of Art
Solo exhibition: Floating in Space September 9th - October 8th, 2016 Press release
Jennifer McClish (b. 1982) received her BFA from Memphis College of Art and MFA from University of Houston. She continues to teach Foundation and Studio Art courses in Painting and Drawing at area universities and has held solo and group exhibitions in Baltimore, Memphis, and Houston, including a standout presence in the 2016 MFA Thesis show at the Blaffer Art Museum. McClish has received a number of awards of recognition for her work and appears in Glasstire, Commercial Appeal, and an upcoming feature in Studio Visit Magazine this fall.
UPCOMING SOLO: ORDER FROM CHAOS April 21 - May 27, 2017
Emilie Duval is a Houston-based artist, originally from France, whose work investigates economy, luxury and the complexities of societal structures through painting, sculpture, video and other new media. She has been a finalist for the Hunting Art Prize in 2009, 2010 and 2011. Her work was featured in The Big Show (2006), the Texas Biennial (2007), New American Paintings (2007), the Dallas Contemporary (2009), and FOTOFEST (2016). She was recently included in the exhibition GENOCIDE: Man's Inhumanity to Mankind by local legendary curator Clint Willour at the Holocaust Museum (2016).
Faculty at Kinkaid School BFA, University of Houston
Upcoming exhibitions at Cindy Lisica Gallery: Natural Flexibility (group show) March 17 - April 15, 2017 with Sarika Goulatia, Shang-Yi Hua, and Felipe Lopez. Solo exhibition opening June 2nd, 2017
Anthony Suber is a TX native whose work explores "contemporary African American experience through the lens of his personal experiences of religion and social relationships in a postmodern society”. He currently works in both sculpture and painting. He was a featured artist in Sculpture Month Houston at Rudolph Blume Fine Art. Suber was instrumental in the early development of Project Row Houses and has recently shown at the Houston Museum of African American Culture.
Chun Hui Pak
(b. Seoul, Korea)
MFA, Yale University School of Art BFA, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
UPCOMING SOLO: September 8 - October 7, 2017
Based out of her studio at Canopy Austin, Chun Hui Pak works primarily in oil painting and printmaking, creating visually stimulating artworks that recently take the art of origami and explore the shapes and forms it creates, once unfolded.
Chun Hui Pak has exhibited nationally and internationally at galleries and institutions and was recently featured during the annual juried exhibition Art Prize in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She has also won numerous accolades, grants and awards, most notably the Creative Artists Grant from ArtServe Michigan: an Alliance for Arts Education, Artists, Volunteers and Cultural Advocacy in State of Michigan, “Best in Show”at the Michigan Fine Arts Competition, the Curator's Award for Artistic Excellence from the MicroMuseum of Art in New York City, and was named to the Austin-American Statesmen's Austin360 Artist "A"-List for artworks exhibited during E.A.S.T. 2009. She was also among a fortunate few selected for an interview by PBS station KLRU during E.A.S.T. 2010.
Recent solo exhibition: Xylotheque July 15th - September 2, 2016 Press release
Ron Ulicny (b. 1973, lives and works in Los Angeles) attended the Tyler School of Art at Temple University in Philadelphia, followed by 13+ years in LA and nearly a decade in Portland, where his work was frequently exhibited locally and internationally. He has held solo exhibitions in San Francisco and along the west coast, including Spoke Art, Guardino Gallery, Mirus Gallery, Arty, Salem Art Association, and Grand Central Art Center. His work can be found in several remarkable private and institutional collections in the US and Europe, and art publications including Colossal, Hi-Fructose, Juxtapoz, Default, and Beautiful Decay, among many others. Recently, Ulicny’s work was featured on the cover of The Cincinnati Review and in the opera “I FURIOSI” at the Teatro De Roma in Italy.
This is a special edition replica of Ulicny's installation "The Great Arc (Realization)" featured in Xylotheque at Cindy Lisica Gallery and the TX Contemporary at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
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MA, BFA, Carnegie Mellon University
Solo Exhibition: I Can’t Say That I Don’t Know That I’m Alive, October 14th - November 12th, 2016
Terry Boyd holds a BFA in Painting and Master of Art from Carnegie Mellon University. He has shown in Miami, New York, St. Louis, Toronto, Houston, Portland, Pittsburgh, and Washington DC, including the Smithsonian. He completed a sought-after residency in Bhutan in 2015 and has appeared in VICE, Glasstire, Treading Art, Venison Magazine, and several other art publications. He was honored “Best in Show” at the Three Rivers Art Festival and the 2014 Eben Demarest Trust Award, joining the likes of Jackson Pollock.
Boyd is a multi-platform artist who uses performance and fiber art to explore the mind and human experience within his art practice. His recent body of work employs unconventional drawing, painting, and embroidery techniques to connect audiences to lost memories, forgotten dreams, and personal histories. The layered and meditative nature of his process serves as a visual mantra for both artist and viewer alike. He brings a range of works on linen, canvas, and paper, as well as installations and custom environments.
UPCOMING: "Pop Presence" opening November 18th, 2016. To view available works by this artist, click here.
Jamie Earnest's work can be found in numerous private and museum collections. She attended the Alabama School of Fine Arts, holds a BFA in Painting from Carnegie Mellon University, and completed the prestigious Yale Norfolk School of Art Fellowship in 2015. She has been the recipient of The Samuel Rosenberg Senior Art Award, The Rose J. Navratil Art Scholarship, The Ellen Battell Stoeckel Fellowship, The Anne Ophelia Dowden Junior Award, and The Fifth Year Scholar Award for Art from the Office of the Dean. She was selected to join the ranks of Robert Indiana, Sylvia Plath, Philip Pearlstein, and Cy Twombly among other modern masters through the ART.WRITE.NOW national award and exhibition. Her work has been shown in Houston, New York, Pittsburgh, Brooklyn, and Birmingham, jury-selected for exhibition by Chad Alligood, Curator of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, and her most recent work was displayed alongside Andy Warhol, Julian Schnabel, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Ed Ruscha, in conjunction with Michael Chow: Voice for my Father, at The Andy Warhol Museum. Earnest’s work has appeared in prominent contemporary art publications such as Peripheral ARTeries, Bitterzoet Magazine, TAP, and LandEscape, as well as in books, The State of Art and International Contemporary Artists.
Travis K. Schwab
Schwab is one of "30 under 30 Groundbreaking Artists" in Art Business News and part of a "Must See Exhibit" in LOCAL Houston. He had solos with Revision Space and The Andy Warhol Museum in 2015, and Cindy Lisica Gallery in 2016.
BFA, Goldsmiths, University of London
For over 40 years, Diane Burko has investigated monumental and geological phenomena throughout the world. She contrasts the concept of the deep past with the immediate present in her solo exhibition of photography, painting and photo-based media.
Click here for full press packet for "Traces of Change" 2016 solo exhibition including checklist and artists's CV.
BFA, Pratt Art Institute, Brooklyn
MFA, Syracuse University BFA, Slippery Rock University
Jeff Schwarz currently lives and works in Brooklyn and has received a host of positive attention and commentary from critics worldwide, including Blake Gopnik for Blouin ArtInfo and Artnet and Roberta Smith for the New York Times. His most recent 2016 feature in Hyperallergic states that his work "is a streetwise lyricism echoing with the Beat rhythms of AbEx, the Diamond Dog days of New York’s ‘70s slide, and the raw fabric of the city just beyond the current wave of homogenization." His work has appeared in international publications, collections, and exhibitions from New York to Seoul and many places between.
Andy Warhol Roy Lichtenstein Tom Wesselmann Mao Li Cy Gavin Paul Bowden Jeff Schwarz FriendsWithYou Young Chun PURE EVIL Haylee Ebersole Fabrizio Gerbino Sarika Goulatia George Grosz Masha Fikhman Chad Hasegawa Nugent Kos Caldwell Linker Steven Miller Mando Marie SIT Bayo Chad Hasegawa Felipe Lopez Elizabeth Rudnick & more...