Art of the Day at Menil Gallery Mapa Wiya (Your Map’s Not Needed): Australian Aboriginal Art from the Fondation Opale Main Building Check out more at: https://www.menil.org/exhibitions/333-mapa-wiya-your-maps-not-needed-australian-aboriginal-art-from-the-fondation-opale
Wall art all around Houston is popping up. From 2nd Ward all the way to the Woodlands, wall art seems to be sprouting up everywhere. What’s your favorite piece of wall art in the Houston area and why?
Houston is covered in street art; vibrant murals adding a splash of color to building faces, stairwells, train cars, and bridges. Because of this, each neighborhood has its own unique style. Artists have created living galleries in the streets of Houston that are constantly changing. Some of the arts are here to stay, and others […]
Stunning experience with Duo Dramatique performing “TIME TRAVEL” at the All Saints Catholic Church in Houston Heights! The church has absolutely unbelievable acoustic, which I hope you can hear in the videoclips below. We were honored to be joined by the extraordinary cellist Mark Yee and so thankful to the Bravura at All Saints Concert […]
“Vincent van Gogh: His Life in Art” it is a noteworthy overview that unites more than 50 masterworks by a standout amongst the most famous specialists ever of workmanship. This presentation pursues Van Gogh (1853-1890) through four key phases of his profession, from early draws to conclusive artistic creations, as he moved all through Europe. […]
Touring the Houston Montrose eclectic neighborhood, art museum, restaurants, Menil Collection, & More… these guys are pretty cool too.