June 3 – July 1

Wally Workman Gallery

Diana Greenberg

On Saturday, June 3rd Wally Workman Gallery will open their third solo show with local painter Diana Greenberg. Greenberg’s work is an exploration in color and emotion. Both patterns from nature and figurative paintings are morphed into abstracted color field studies. Prisms of color break through solemn gray to create a feeling light and hope, joy and serenity.

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May 19 – July 29

Flatbed Press and Gallery

Landscapes: Transformed/Transfigured

Through installation, sculpture and printmaking Sean Caulfield’s work considers the ways our environment is transformed by forces of urban and industrial growth. The visual images and environments he creates blur boundaries between the biological and the technological, the organic and the mechanical; they challenge viewers to consider the implications of this merging.

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May 5 – May 21

Link & Pin

McCallum Fine Arts Academy Spring Show

The Visual Arts Program at the McCallum Fine Arts Academy currently focuses on the development of students’ technical skills and critical thinking in a variety of media. The visual art aspect of the larger integrated curriculum emphasizes the application of art elements and principles of design in art production, the study of art history and diverse cultural heritages, and the development of visual discrimination and judgment through art criticism and aesthetics.

Of five Austin high school students selected for the 2017 People’s Gallery Exhibit at the Austin City Hall, three are students at The Academy. Works on display at Link & Pin will include UIL All State pieces and recipients of national scholastic art and writing gold and silver awards.

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May 19 – June 24

Gallery Shoal Creek

Spontaneity within Structure

Jill Lear is known for her large-scale mixed media renderings of magnificent trees identified by their coordinates. In these, she expresses the landscape as a particular, defined and measured.

“It starts with a single tree in the landscape, assigned its latitude and longitude,” notes the artist. “Then the investigation begins. A transcription of not only the experience of being in and thinking about Nature, but also about the way in which we process the world around us, literally.”
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May 20 – June 18

grayDUCK Gallery

Collectors Show

Collectors Show is a celebration of local collectors that champion art on a personal level. grayDUCK has invited several local collectors to share artworks from their private collections, offering the public the opportunity to view works signifying a lifelong commitment to the arts, and the artists that have ignited their passion for collecting.
Participating Collectors: Ann Berman & Shawn Smith, Mike Chesser, Anastasia & Jay Colombo, Shalini Ramanathan & Chris Tomlinson, Elisa & Joel Sumner
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April 21 - May 19, 2017

Big Medium

Kari Cholnoky & Landon O’Brien

The two person exhibition, Kari Cholnoky & Landon O’Brien, pairs the three-dimensional work of Austin-based Landon O’Brien with wall pieces by New York-based Kari Cholnoky. Characterized by material exploration, extreme physicality, and incendiary formal considerations, the objects and imagery on view share a coherence in manifesting off-putting aesthetic experiences.

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April 8, 2017 – June 25, 2017

Mexic-Arte Museum

SEBASTIÁN: THE GEOMETRY OF SPACE AND TIME

Sebastián: The Geometry of Space and Time examines his artistic practice in relation to mathematical concepts and their overlap with his designs and sculptures. He often combines the brilliant colors of Pop art with the abstract forms of minimalism and are at the same time gestural and emotionally expressive.

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