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“palms” by richard kelver
Third Coast Gallery is proud to be able to exhibit the paintings
of Richard Kelver. A noted regional artist for over three decades,
Richard is known for his paintings of Galveston, the coast, and rich
landscapes. Proficient in both oils and watercolors, Richard’s paintings
exhibit a love for nature, and sometimes are presented as wonderful
understatements of their subject matter. Pure and painterly are two
descriptive words that come to mind in describing his work. Also
on display at the gallery are the paintings of Jack Morris, as well as
the sculpture of Shae Skidmore, and possibly other gallery artists
throughout the month. Come and enjoy the art and the atmosphere at
Third Coast Gallery.
Third Coast Gallery
2413 Mechanic | 409.974.4661
Open Thur.-Mon. 10am-6pm, Tues. & Wed. by appointment
“shrimping in the waters of the gulf” by gayle reynolds
The Water’s Edge Studio and Gallery
1302 21st Street | 409.762.1925
Open Thur.-Sat. 10am-5pm or by appointment
Painting is going on in The Water’s Edge as Gayle
Reynolds prepares for her open house at the next
ArtWalk on March 4. The exhibit will be titled,
in Watercolor
, predominantly featuring watercolor
scenes from around Galveston with some oils also on
display. In the boatroom, Rex Reynolds is building his
Adirondack tallboys, preparing for spring. Pat Moberley
Moore’s sculptures of ladies are cast in bronze, and
Jack Farrell’s sculptures are welded steel made of
extruded pieces of metal from automobiles. Primitive
necklaces are presented by Chase Jennings, and each are
handcrafted from fangs, claws, and arrowheads.
Galveston Art League
2117A Postoffice | 409.621.1008
Open Thur.-Sun. 12pm-6pm
This month, the Galveston Art League Gallery will feature its Winter
Juried Show, with an opening reception and formal awards show
on February 4 from 6pm-8pm that is open to the public. Unlike the
shows nine months out of the year that only accept entries from
the Art League’s members, the three annual juried shows are also
open to non-members. Entries come from throughout the Houston-
Galveston area and include a wide variety of mediums. Awards are
given for the Best in Show, first and second place in each of five
categories, and honorable mention. GAL is a non-profit organization
formed in 1914 to promote art and artists in the Galveston area.
“shorelines” by Steve Ross Fisher,
winner best in show, winter juried show, 2016
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