We have one exciting event planned this Saturday, May 4 from 3-5 PM. Not only will it be the last moments of Kevin Baer’s M.F.A thesis exhibition, but also it will be an opportunity to join the artist and his mom and sculptor, Barbara Baer, in a Q&A.
We look forward to seeing you there at the gallery!
This Saturday, the UNO St. Claude Gallery will hold an opening reception for Kevin Baer’s M.F.A. thesis exhibition “Ritual Process.” This exhibit will showcase Mr. Baer’s sculptural thesis work, which includes outdoor and indoor installation, photography, and large-scale sculpture.
“Ritual Process” will run from April 13- May 4, with the opening reception this Saturday, April 13 from 6-9 p.m., and a Gallery Talk with the artist to be held Saturday, May 4 from 3-5 p.m.
Make sure to see this great show!
Tonight! Don’t miss the a closing reception for Ryn Wilson’s M.F.A. thesis exhibition, CINEMATROPE!
And next Saturday, we will open Kevin Baer’s M.F.A. thesis exhibition, Ritual Process!
Both receptions will be held from 6-9 p.m.
We’ll see you there!
The UNO St. Claude Gallery is pleased to present Ryn Wilson’s M.F.A. Thesis show “Cinematrope,” a series of diptych prints, which explore themes related to the history of film and how it affects our identity as a culture as well as our memories as individuals. Through a reevaluation of cinematic tropes, Ryn has created a series of fictional film stills. These “stills” allude to genres and repetitive imagery within the world of film without referring to any specific movie. She has created fictional movie posters with the same approach.
This show runs from March 9 to April 6, with an opening reception Saturday, March 9, and a closing reception Saturday, April 6, both from 6-9 PM.
And don’t forget, the UNO St. Claude Gallery will be closed March 29-31 for UNO’s Spring Break.
Don’t forget, our closing reception for “Just Then and Again” will be held tonight from 6-9 PM.
Don’t miss your last chance to see this wonderful show!
“Just then and again” is a group show of artists working in, or associated with Texas. The artists are:
Their modes of abstraction, including the virtuoso and calculated mark, - mostly on canvas – are a means of conveying thought on a 2D support. This group endeavor is a snapshot moment of work in their practice, and in the larger Houston art-making scene.
Thanks go out to the lending artists and their galleries: Inman Gallery, Art Palace, and Devin Borden Gallery
The exhibit opens Saturday, February 9, 2013, with a reception from 6-9 p.m., and will run through Saturday, March 2. There will also be a closing reception with a time and date to be announced.
Come and enjoy some art!
For our first show of 2013, the UNO St. Claude Gallery is thrilled to present “Make. Shift. Shed.” This Master of Fine Arts thesis exhibition by M.F.A. candidate Daniel Kelly IV is comprised of two-dimensional works exploring a variety of mark making within architectural subjects. Kelly renders images of local architecture in flux with resists and steel, folded paper, traditional painting, and traditional drawing.
This exhibit opens Saturday, January 12, 2013, with an opening reception from 6-9 pm, and runs through Saturday, February 2, 2013.
Regular gallery hours are Friday-Sunday, 12-5 pm.