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''Craft Texas 2012''

8 years ago by Olivia Flores Alvarez
The push and pull of art versus craft is front and center at ''CraftTexas 2012,'' currently on display at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft. ''Some people might think of craft as always being functional; we don’t take that stance,'' says Anna Walker, curator for HCCC. She points to two...
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Free for All: "CraftTexas 2012," Peter Max and Libba Bray

8 years ago by Olivia Flores Alvarez
Is it art or is it craft? Or is it arty craft? Crafty art? Agh, that debate will make your head spin. Let's just say the pieces at "CraftTexas 2012," opening Friday at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, are beautiful and well done. Take for example, Paula Gron's oversized...
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Spoiling the Surprises of This Year's CraftTexas 2012 Juried Exhibition

8 years ago by Meredith Deliso
Contemporary craft artists have a habit of toying with functionality in an effort to separate what's art from what's craft or decorative items. The dynamic can get tiresome after you've seen one too many ceramic tools or aluminum blobs. But as CraftTexas, a juried exhibition at Houston Center for Contemporary...
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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"

8 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: "Cleve Gray: 1967 Silver Paintings," "CraftTexas 2012," "[Houston Times Eight]," "Liz Ward: Cryosphere," "Structural Impermanence: New Works by Renée Lotenero," "Translucent Trajectories"

8 years ago by Meredith Deliso
"Cleve Gray: 1967 Silver Paintings" It was 1967. The late, great Cleve Gray was angry with his painting — a semi-Cubist composition of black and a bit of green — because it was "boring." So he threw a bucket of aluminum paint on it that he had lying around, likely...
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Capsule Art Reviews: "Cleve Gray: 1967 Silver Paintings," "CraftTexas 2012," "Debra Barrera: Kissing in Cars, Driving Alone," "[Houston Times Eight]," "Liz Ward: Cryosphere," "Structural Impermanence: New Works by Renée Lotenero"

8 years ago by Meredith Deliso
"Cleve Gray: 1967 Silver Paintings" It was 1967. The late, great Cleve Gray was angry with his painting — a semi-Cubist composition of black and a bit of green — because it was "boring." So he threw a bucket of aluminum paint on it that he had lying around, likely...
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Capsule Art Reviews: "CraftTexas 2012" "Debra Barrera: Kissing in Cars, Driving Alone" "[Houston Times Eight]" "Liz Ward: Cryosphere" "Ruth Shouval: Settle," "Andrea Bianconi: Romance" and "Anthony Thompson Shumate: Sweetly Broken" "Translucent Trajector

8 years ago by Meredith Deliso
"CraftTexas 2012" This juried biennial show at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft purports to feature the best in Texas-made contemporary craft, and the 40 artists featured don't call that into question. Paula Gron is a basket weaver by nature, but uses her skills to concoct a wooden handle with found...
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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"

8 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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