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Lawndale Art Center does it again
This is a glimpse into the big picture behind "The Big Show"
"Big Show 2010" rejects get a second chance showing at Gallery 1724
Houston artists make it to the big time in the Lawndale Art Centers annual competition
Artist Malcolm Smith proves that nature can nurture itself
The Lawndale Art Center welcomes an artist who favors partiality
Ned Dodington aims to sprout up ideas about man vs. nature
Celebrate the dead at Lawndale Art Center
What's lighter? You or the bag? You? That's good. The bag? Not so much.
Lawndales Annual Houston exhibition is a big job for one person
Four exhibits at Lawndale Art Center close this Saturday including "Washington Avenue: Forgotten to Gentrified," a photo exhibit by Robert Sennhauser that looks at the near-downtown neighborhood and the changes it's currently undergoing. Among the highlights of the exhibit are Sennhauser's taped int ... More >>
Lawndale Art Center closes down its quartet of shows this weekend, so get over there on Saturday if you want to see "Ritual Prototypes for the Afterlife" by Dennis Harper, "Ta Marmaruga" by David Waddell and Kelly Ulcak, "Silent Topographies" by Brent Fogt, and "The Listening Post" by Tim Brown. The ... More >>
Lawndale Art Center exhibits art by a guy who gets a-round
Get a little help with your Plato from David Waddell and Kelly Ulcak
An artist explores black hair with designer dos
A mirror-filled installation offers many points of view for self-reflection
Ann Marie Nafziger explores human/nature
That's a lot of dead people
Who will win top honors at the Lawndale Art Centers annual art contest?
Lee Gamel and Brian Neal Sensabaugh look at the art of compromise
Joshua Smith lays the foundation for real estate talks
The Lawndale Arts Center looks to stylize your vices
A local artist boxes up her feelings about new places
Texas artists make retablos art
The curator of "The Big Show" does the job right
Three exhibitions showcase works by prize-winning artists
A picture of our opinions on local exhibitions
Does "The Big Show" really give artists a chance?
Crocheted, stitched or etched in Sheetrock, sculpture assumes new identities in current shows