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GALVESTON MONTHLY |
AUGUST 2017
arts on mechanic
2309 Mechanic | 409.392.0851
Open Thurs.-Sat. 1pm-5pm or by appointment
“The Beagles” by matt rinard
Arts on Mechanic showcases a variety of works from
local, regional and nationally known artists. Along
with original works, reproductions of some featured
artists works are available. Also featured is a wide
variety of signed and numbered prints by nationally
known artists such as Matt Rinard, Eric Dowdle and
Tom W. Freeman. Unique and whimsical clay dog
sculptures by New Orleans artist Chris Menconi are
also available. Other artists represented include John
Barber, Gabe Prusmack, Mike Quinn, J. A. Soukup,
David Crump, Karen Calhoun, Michael Breitsameter
and jewelry by Jana Garcia.
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AUGUST 26
Out & About |
galveston galleries
THE Heard Gallery
2217 Postoffice | 903.357.9073
TheHeardGallery.com
Open Tues.-Sat. 11am-5pm, Sun. 2pm-5pm
Blue Boy
is a 2’x4’ painting by gallery
owner and artist Ray Heard, created
with a technique that resembles his
thick impasto Mosaic impressionistic
paintings, yet it is executed with a
thinner layer of paint. This reduces
the cost for art seekers who need
a very large painting but are
working with a decorating budget.
These affordable paintings are also
completely customizable with a
scene of the client’s choosing, from
birds, sunsets, and fish, to turtles,
houses, and palm trees, and they are
available in a range of sizes starting
at 8”x10”. Visit Heard Gallery to view
samples and order a personalized
work.
“blue boy” by Ray Heard
Galveston Arts Center
2127 Strand | 409.763.2403
GalvestonArtsCenter.org
Open Tue.-Sat. 11am-5pm, Sun. Noon-5pm
On view through August 20 at GAC are two exhibitions in conjunction with
PrintHouston
.
In the first floor gallery, Abhidnya Ghuge transforms wood-block printed paper plates
into an immersive installation for the exhibition
Changing Perspectives
. In the second
floor 1878 and Brown Foundation Galleries,
Collective Pulse
includes a selection of work
by members of Burning Bones Press, a printmaking studio in the Houston Heights. On
Saturday, August 26, three new exhibits will open with artist talks beginning at 6:30pm.
In the first floor gallery, Bradley Kerl presents new paintings and works on paper for
Greenhouse
. In the second floor 1878 Gallery, Angel Oloshove presents
The Ocean
Never Closes,
and the second floor Brown Foundation Gallery will feature the work of
Christopher Cascio. These exhibitions will remain on view through October 8.
“Greenhouse” by Bradley Kerl
Leading the exhibition at J. Bangles Gallery for August are the
works of Laura Monford Greiner, artist and restoration technician.
Laura’s credentials include art degrees from Galveston College
and Sam Houston State University, as well as a certification
from Hammond School of Restoration. Her paintings of the Gulf
Coast feature subjects such as flora and fauna, landscapes, and
architecture. The gallery’s collection also includes oils by Sue Bown
and Loretta Trevino, sculpture by Joe Derr and Stan Huncilman,
along with handmade jewelry by artist They.
j. bangle’s silk stocking gallery
1124 25th St. | 409.763.6161
Open Tues.-Sat. 10am-6pm
“pleasure pier” by laura greiner