Floyd Newsum, After The Storm CNN, oil, acrylic, art on paper, 52 x 82” contemporary art, fine art,  dark blue painting, Smithsonian,

 

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.

A great honor to a wonderful artist.

 

Floyd's exhibit of new work

Black and White with Gray and Color

opens January 14, 2017.

 

Floyd Newsum Artist Page

 

Image:  "Laura Gutierrez"  Carrie Firestone Photography

Dance at Nicole Longnecker Gallery

BARE

choreography by Laura Gutierrez

featuring a premiere collaboration with Houston Ballet’s Connor Walsh

 

 

 

February 2015 edition

 

Editor, Nancy Wozny, wrote "Dances in a Gallery+People" a review of Laura Gutierrez's BARE

 

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VIDEO: Flinching Eye Collective

At Nicole Longnecker Gallery

November 20, 2014

Houston Public Media  posted a video shot and produced by Troy Schulze about the recent performance by Flinching Eye Collective at

the gallery as the final stop on the three city

"The Aberration Tour."

 

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"Kelley Devine: Unwhole" Offers an Intriguing Look at Body Parts

September 24, 2014

The late Houston Press art critic Jim Tommaney  visited Kelley Devine's exhibit "Unwhole" and wrote a review about the work.

 

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Planned Parenthood parties like

’90s rock stars

August 3, 2014

Houston Chronicle's Amber Elliott  visited Winter Street Studios for Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast’s 13th annual “Party like a Rock Star” bash. Nicole Longnecker Gallery installed 21 pieces of Dennis McNett's work inside the private VIP space to help set the mood.

 

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Prints are a good way for beginners

to start their art collections

June 13, 2014

Houston Chronicle's Molly Glentzer visited the gallery to see the PrintMatters NEXT exhibition, interview artists and the show juror for her wonderful article about print collecting.

 

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Carving out his niche

May 9, 2014

Houston Chronicle visited the gallery to photograph Dennis McNett and some pieces from his exhibition Sailing the Sea of Sutr to the Wolfbat Sanctuary for the Arts & Theater section.

 

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Dennis McNett

May 2014

Visual Art Source's Donna Tennant reviewed and  recommended our exhibition of Dennis McNett's Sailing the Sea of Sutr to the Wolfbat Sanctuary.

 

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Dish-Houston.com

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Thanks to Dish-Houston for announcing the addition of Marshall Harris to Nicole Longnecker Gallery's artists.

 

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Photo: Kevin Marple

 

 

Fair Play at Gallery Longnecker

Tuesday, November 9, 2013

Robert Boyd reviewed our exhibition Fair Play in his art blog The Great God Pan is Dead.

 

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The Light Files by Laura Max

December 2013

Laura Max interviewed gallery owner Nicole Longnecker for her December episode of The Light Files on the BusinessMakers radio show.

 

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PaperCity Houston

September 2013

We were excited to see our gallery opening and inaugural exhibition featuring Devon Christopher Moore covered by PaperCity's Catherine Anspon.

 

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Our inaugural reception:

Devon Christopher Moore

The Gravity of Time

Saturday, June 1, 2013

Nicole Longnecker Gallery is a new art space on Gallery Row opening June 1 focusing on contemporary art. We are pleased to announce our inaugural exhibition: Devon Christopher Moore: The Gravity of Time a show of new work by the Houston-based metal artist. The exhibition opens with an artist's reception Saturday, June 1 from 5 to 7pm and will remain on view through July 6, 2013.

 

Louisiana-born Devon Christopher Moore works on plates of steel to convey the idea that simply existing is an action. Surface treatments of organic erosion enable the industrial material to transcend into infinite atmospheric fields. The paintings appear to hover off the walls, defying gravity and time.

 

Combining the sensibilities of art, the fragility of nature and the strength of ferrous materials, Devon Christopher Moore's work evolves the longer you look at it, telling a story of man's impact on the world and the environment.

In familiar territory, painters stretch

 

Floyd Newsum is capping one of the biggest seasons of his 40-year career with this elegant show of recent works. The title seems as loaded with symbolism as his dynamic, primitive-spirited works on paper.

January 20, 2017

Molly Glentzer writes about five Houston artists beginning with our own Floyd Newsum..

 

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New Washington Museum to Open with Art by Floyd Newsum

 

The art world is all abuzz about the soon-to-be-open Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of African American History and Culture. A piece by Floyd Newsum, an art professor at University of Houston Downtown (this year marks his 40th anniversary as a professor), is part of the Smithsonian's permanent collection and will be on view when the museum opens later this month.

Septemeber13, 2016

Susie Tommaney  writes about Floyd Newsum's paintings being included in the newest museum in Washington

 

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When the Ice Melts: The Aftermath

Photographers Cara Barer and Frank Sherwood White contrasting works focus on the future ecology of the Gulf Coast.

February 26, 2016

William Geoffrey Wood interviewed Cara, Frank and Nicole for this article in Houstonia Magazine.

 

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Into The Etheral

Gallery owner Nicole Longnecker recruits a local curator and artists for The Charm of the Spectacle.

July 28, 2015

Nick Esquer  wrote this article in Houstonia Magazine about our exhibit The Charm of the Spectacle

 

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Art Inspired By The Spirit World Connects Three Artists at Nicole Longnecker Gallery

July 15, 2015

Houston Press Art Writer Susie Tommaney  reviewed our exhibit May The Rainbow Always Touch Your Shoulder.

 

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The Mystifying Element to

Larry Bell's Paintings

November 13, 2014

The late Houston Press art critic Jim Tommaney  wrote this intriguing review of our Larry Bell retrospective "Larry Bell - Three Decades of Art"

 

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