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Ariane Roesch's Soft Sculptures and Interrupted Landscapes

7 years ago by Meredith Deliso
For the past several years, Houston artist Ariane Roesch's work has been cleverly at the intersection of people and technology, whether she's outlining the interior of Midtown's Celsius 13 in electroluminescent wires or making huggable felt sculptures of early personal computers. The multi-media artist continues to explore that dynamic in...
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Slide Jam: Ariane Roesch and Jane Eifler

12 years ago by Olivia Flores Alvarez
It’s hard to squeeze three years’ worth of work into an hourlong talk, but artist Ariane Roesch says she’s willing to give it a try at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston during the monthly installment of Slide Jam (painter Jane Eifler will also participate). Roesch, whose work deals with the...
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100 Creatives 2012: Ariane Roesch, Mixed-Media

7 years ago by Steve Jansen
Even by an artist's standard, Ariane Roesch gets her hands into some unconventional stuff, ranging from fancy-pants light installations to solo ukulele performances. As of the beginning of 2012, Roesch is the main gal behind UNIT, an online store "for limited edition prints, products, and publications by emerging and established...
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Capsule Art Reviews: "Ariane Roesch: Simple Machines and Simple Dreams," "CraftTexas 2012," "Dieter Balzer: Objects," "Endless Disharmony and Telltale Ashes," "Flyaway: New Work by Aaron Parazette," "Texas Eclectic"

7 years ago by Meredith Deliso
"Ariane Roesch: Simple Machines and Simple Dreams" For the past several years, Houston artist Ariane Roesch's work has been cleverly at the intersection of people and technology, and the multimedia artist continues to explore that dynamic in this well-crafted solo show at Redbud Gallery. Roesch presents three distinct series that...
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Capsule Art Reviews: "Ariane Roesch: Simple Machines and Simple Dreams," "CraftTexas 2012," "Dieter Balzer: Objects," "Endless Disharmony and Telltale Ashes," "Endless Disharmony and Telltale Ashes," "Texas Eclectic," "Tony Feher: A Work in Four Parts"

7 years ago by Meredith Deliso
"Ariane Roesch: Simple Machines and Simple Dreams" For the past several years, Houston artist Ariane Roesch's work has been cleverly at the intersection of people and technology, and the multimedia artist continues to explore that dynamic in this well-crafted solo show at Redbud Gallery. Roesch presents three distinct series that...
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"How to Build" Book Launch + Reading

Thursday, September 19, 6:00PM @ Gallery Sonja Roesch
Book launch + reading for "How to Build: a House, a Life, a Future" by Ariane Roesch. What had seemed like a straightforward next step in adulthood turned into a complicated and emotional...
Art - Galleries, Free Events, Literary Events
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"Unit" at Gallery Sonja Roesch: For the Love of Prints, Multiples and Editions of All Stripes

7 years ago by Meredith Deliso
Online shop UNIT is all about making limited edition works accessible to art lovers. There's a range of prices and sizes to choose from, and the pieces come framed and ready to hang with the hanging hardware included so you can do it yourself. It's an admirable mission, but how's...
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February Gallery Openings: Queer Art, Amor Eterno and The Whimsy World

7 months ago by Susie Tommaney
This month in Houston art introduces a few unconventional gallery spaces, including a grocery store, an outdoor park and a psychedelic trip down the rabbit hole. We've also got explorations of love with hearts and bold colors, a new name for an established venue, and a "Qollective" of queer artistry...
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"Jan van der Ploeg"

10 years ago by Olivia Flores Alvarez
Ariane Roesch, assistant gallery director for Gallery Sonja Roesch, says visitors should expect to be surprised at the "Jan van der Ploeg"exhibit, the first-ever Houston show by the Dutch artist. It's a very striking composition, with lots of color, she says of the show's centerpiece, the wall-size mural Wall Painting...
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"From the Pinnacle to the Prize" Exhibit

5 years ago by Jim Tommaney
Two artists with dramatically different approaches to art are showing at the Mariago Collective in the "From the Pinnacle to the Prize" exhibit. One, Ariane Roesch, is warm and gentle, shifting shapes which are normally rigid into softer contours, and adding an inner luminosity. The other, Scott Proctor, perhaps says...

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