MEHER QAZILBASH recommends Lawrence McFarland's "From Dodge City to Kansas."
Barbara Purcell reviews "The What of Whom" -
"A poignant mashup of pop culture and personal revelations, both chaotic and poetic."
TOP 5 ART EVENTS IN TEXAS BY GLASSTIRE
GARY WEBERNICK'S "TRUE STORIES & DIVINE ACCIDENTS"
“Artist Statement: I most often use light, sound and motion combined with photographs and found objects to create a multi-media environment. When compelled, I add personal narrative and political/social comment to my work. I use both 2 and 3-dimensional formal elements, but often create work that takes a critical view of social, political and cultural issues, often using historical references combined with popular culture. My subjects are diverse with layered concepts; the subject matter usually determines what materials and techniques I will use. Found objects and materials appear in much of my work—the objects often drive the direction I will take both technically and conceptually. Currently, I am continuing to pursue the process of combining photographs with other materials (often found) to create three-dimensional reliefs.”
THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE RECOMMENDS GARY WEBERNICK'S "TRUE STORIES & DIVINE ACCIDENTS"
ARTIST TALK & HOLIDAY RECEPTION
SATURDAY 12/10/22 5-7 PM
"Gary Webernick's work is sometimes hysterical, sometimes elegant, sometimes baffling, often alive with light, movement, sound, or all at once. Come see the artist's newest display of handmade and found objects, informed by more than five decades of creative industry."
Gary Webernick's "True Stories & Divine Accidents" is recommended by SIGHTLINES Magazine's "The Line-Up: Ten Exhibitions Not to Miss In November"!
Opening Reception Saturday 11/12/22, 6-10 pm
"Light Shift" 7-8 & 9-10 pm*
*People with seizure disorders should be aware.
Sightlines Magazine Recommends Fowler's new exhibition, opening 9/23/22 for it's September LINE-UP: 13 exhibitions to see in September.
Opening reception Friday 9/23/22, 6-9 pm
Artist talk Saturday, 10/8/22, 2 pm
Closing reception Sunday, 10/30/22, 4-6 pm