Check out new works in clay, paint, and glass in Regeneration, a collaborative art exhibition on display at Archway Gallery from from Saturday, February 6, 2021 to Thursday, March 4, 2021.
Featuring new works in clay, paint, and glass by Carol Berger, Liz Conces Spencer, and Gene Hester, Archway’s February exhibit inspects nature’s regenerative force in the face of enormous odds. The works in this exhibition reflect the artists’ concern about the impact of human encroachment, the destruction of habitats, and the planet’s survival.
Berger’s works in clay along with Spencer’s and Hester’s works in glass explore visual ideas using the landscape and its natural elements as starting points. Spencer additionally will present dimensional paintings on wood and traditional works on canvas.
The exhibition will be on display through Thursday, March 4, 2021.
Supporting Houston Arboretum & Nature Center
To further support local efforts to protect Houston’s natural habitats, Archway Gallery is partnering with the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center, a 155-acre non-profit urban nature sanctuary which provides education about the natural environment to people of all ages. It plays a vital role in protecting native plants and animals in the heart of the city where development threatens their survival. During the month of February, the gallery is hosting a silent auction of a work of art to benefit the conservation efforts of the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center.
Virtual Artist Talk & Virtual Exhibition
Archway Gallery will present a virtual edition of its traditional opening reception and artist talk online, premiering on Saturday, February 6, 2021 at 6:30pm.
The exhibit itself will also be displayed virtually at Archway Gallery’s online store from Saturday, February 6, 2021 to Thursday, March 4, 2021. Click here to view Archway Gallery’s online store.
Appointment Viewing on Weekdays for Regeneration
To see the exhibition by appointment from Mondays through Thursdays, contact the gallery in advance to arrange a private tour for 10 people or less. Email [email protected] for details.
Social Distancing & COVID-19
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Regeneration Exhibition at Archway Gallery
- Dates: Saturday, February 6, 2021 to Thursday, March 4, 2021
- Times: Friday and Saturday 10am to 6pm; Sunday 1pm to 5pm
- Appointment Viewings: Private viewings for groups of 10 or fewer are available by appointment only on Mondays through Thursdays through Thursday, March 4, 2021. Email [email protected] for details.
- Location: Archway Gallery, 2305 Dunlavy Street, Houston, TX 77006
- Admission: Free. Click here for more information. If you visit Archway Gallery’s website before the exhibition opens, be sure to click on “Exhibitions” in the top menu bar, then on “Upcoming Exhibitions”, to find details on this exhibit.
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