Tags: Glass

Glass the Sky has been around about a year, but consider Friday’s show a coming-out party. According to bassist and vocalist Michael Mazzella, the five local musicians had been playing in other bands for years and gradually realized they were going through the motions. Three of them started jamming … Full News here – Houston…

Miss Julie August Strindberg’s ground-breaking psychological drama, originally set in Sweden in 1874, is transferred to New Orleans in the ’20s, as the valet engaged to the cook beds the lady of the house, leading to complications most dire. The setting is the large kitchen to a mansion, and … Full News here – Houston…

“Dieter Balzer: Objects” While looking at Dieter Balzer’s meticulous overlapping stripes and bold checkers, I couldn’t help but think of the on-trend fashion equivalent — the mix-matched patterns and loud color blocking that have been everywhere this past summer. And now, so it seems, t… Full News here – Houston Press | Complete Issue

“Dieter Balzer: Objects” While looking at Dieter Balzer’s meticulous overlapping stripes and bold checkers, I couldn’t help but think of the on-trend fashion equivalent — the mix-matched patterns and loud color blocking that have been everywhere this past summer. And now, so it seems, t… Full News here – Houston Press | Complete Issue

“Ben Tecumseh DeSoto: ZENtrospective” Redbud Gallery is a hopelessly small venue for a retrospective on Ben Tecumseh DeSoto, the longtime Houston photographer whose work has appeared on the pages of the Houston Chronicle and the walls of the Menil and Contemporary Art Museum Houston. A… Full News here – Houston Press | Complete Issue

“Dog Park” G Gallery put out the open call earlier this summer for artists who use dogs as subject matter in their work. And the resulting show is indeed a winner. It has a range of mediums, from paintings to photography to sculpture, with submissions by some of the Houston art scene’s heavy … Full…

“Drawings & Air Conditioning” With its current show, Front Gallery clearly wants to lure you out into the summer heat and into its Montrose bungalow space. There’s a free-form, experimental feel throughout many of the selections on view in the show, especially prevalent in the five pieces … Full News here – Houston Press |…

“Glass Graphica” The two artists whose works appear side by side in this exhibition, Moshe Bursuker and Miguel Unson, have long been acquaintances. Bursuker taught at UrbanGlass, a community space in Brooklyn, New York, when Unson was a student. The two found that their love of glass was a co… Full News here – Houston…

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