February 25 through April 1, 2017
Industrialism in the
Co-curators: Jan Anders Nelson and Allan Gorman
Don Eddy • Allan Gorman
Chris Klein • Roland Kulla
Sheryl Luxenburg • Stephen Magsig
Jan Anders Nelson • James Ritchie
Joseph Santos • Mark Cervenka
Saturday, February 25 • 5 - 8pm
(detail) Sheryl Luxenburg “Soaring Trusses” acrylic on linen, 36 x 24"
(detail) Cathie Kayser “Pistis Sophia,” screenprint with graphite drawing
on multiple frosted drafting film, unframed,18 x 24”
April 8 to May 13, 2017
Katabasis: A Descent
Dorothea Van Camp
In The Hearts of Men
Saturday, April 8 • 5 - 8pm
(detail) Dorothea Van Camp “Darkness and Light,”
screen printed oil & wax on linen over panel, 38 x 33”
Floyd Newsum and his “After The Storm CNN” oil and acrylic on paper, 52 x 82”
Congratulations to Floyd Newsum!
We are excited to announce two
Floyd Newsum paintings are included in
the Permanent Collection of the new
Smithsonian National Museum of
African American History & Culture
which opened September 24, 2016
A great honor to a wonderful artist.
Floyd's exhibit of new work
Black and White with Gray and Color
ran through February 26, 2017.
See the new work on Floyd Newsum's Artist Page
Nicole Longnecker Gallery
Located in the heart of Houston's Gallery Row near the intersection of Kirby and Richmond, our art gallery offers a wide range of contemporary art and artistic ideas in various media by artists on both a national and international level through an active program of exhibitions displaying mostly abstract expressions in drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. Nicole Longnecker Gallery is dedicated to promoting visual art in our community by supporting local educational efforts and various non-profit organizations along with engaging new collectors and educating the community about art.
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