Vail was built as a planned city from the ground up, unlike some of the other Colorado ski resorts that started out as mining towns. Photos out in the open arid areas were taken about 15 miles Northwest of Vail.
This major art fair was held over the weekend in Houston at the George R Brown Convention Center, downtown. They had a lot of interesting contemporary art on display.
The Winter and Spring Street Studios had their fall open house with over 100 studios participating. Farrah Braniff just published her new book, “Moments That Matter”. Her studio is on Spring Street. She is featured in the Houston Chronicle today. Christina is an artist in residence at the Houston Contemporary Craft Center.
During August the art gallery scene in Houston is very quiet owing to our extremely hot and humid weather. Fall is still a month away, but the galleries were open in mass last night and there will be more this evening. Last night I visited Diverse Works, Isabella Court and 4411 Montrose. In the Eye is a close up of a small sculpture by Katja Loher showing at Anya Tish Gallery. The Butterflies are by Michael Crowder showing at Wade Wilson Art.
Jay Rusovich is a houston photographer. He is next to the model who appears in “Mother and Child”. It’s easy to find on Jay’s site.
The last three photos are from the August 29th opening for Lisa Harris at Fresh Arts located in the Winter Street Studios.
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This weekend the art galleries in Houston went all out. The first four photos are from the Big Show at Lawndale, a juried multi artist exhibit. Remaining images were at the Colquitt Art Walk. The final two were at Laura Rathe Fine Art where Photographer George Krause was shooting portraits using his famous light box technique.
Isabella Court and Diverse Works Had Openings, Outside it Was Hotter Than Hell
8 Photos in This Gallery
Call it Street Art, Call it Fine Art, Call it What You Know Opening Reception