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Lawndale Art Center Newsletter 8.19.15
Lawndale Art Center

August, 2015

 
   
 
4912 Main Street, Houston, TX 77002 | 713.528.5858   
Lawndale Art Center Newsletter
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
In This Issue
Opening Friday
Specter Field | Harold Mendez & Ronny Quevedo
Studio Junkies | Kay Sarver
The Beauty is Broken | Camille Warmington
Prismatic | Melissa Borrell
Lawndale Regional Wilderness Zone | Elizabeth Eicher & Hélène Schlumberger
Ghost Grid | Jonathan Leach
Artist Opportunities
 
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Houston Museum District 
Opening Friday
On View August 21 - September 26, 2015
 

Opening Reception

Friday, August 21, 2015
6:30 - 8:30 PM, Artist talks at 6 PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Specter Field | Harold Mendez & Ronny Quevedo

 

Studio Junkies | Kay Sarver

 

 The Beauty is Broken | Camille Warmington 

 

Prismatic | Melissa Borrell

 

Lawndale Regional Wilderness Zone | Elizabeth Eicher & Hélène Schlumberger

 

Also on view...
Ghost Grid | Jonathan Leach

 

Specter Field  
Harold Mendez & Ronny Quevedo
John M. O'Quinn Gallery
 
Specter Field is a collaborative project between Harold Mendez and Ronny Quevedo. Inhabiting Lawndale Art Center's O'Quinnn Gallery, Mendez and Quevedo create a "temporal field", using a mixture of graphite, chalk, black silicone carbide and water to cover the floor of the gallery, rendering the ground dark. Emerging from this concealed ground are newly created sculptures and drawings that question perceptual concepts of place and time. Burial masks, memorials, and reclaimed objects formulate this transitional space of inquiry and record.
 
Specter Field points to the pictorial and literal field as a meeting place for multiple voices of displacement-lost, remembered and in formation. Finding new approaches for contextualizing and exhibiting their work, this collaboration offers an opportunity to foster generative forms of creative engagement. As artists whose origins range from Chicago to Colombia and New York to Ecuador,Specter Field traces the transformations of a place as an active site of reflection through sculpture and drawing.  
 
 

Studio Junkies 

Kay Sarver

Cecily E. Horton Gallery

 

Kay Sarver's exhibition Studio Junkies is a glimpse into the lives of a few Houston area artists, revealing a personal view into their world, each one individual from the next, yet all pushing boundaries, exploring media and often fumbling in the awkward to find their own unique path. Sarver brings artists from her community into the spotlight, to demonstrate the role they play is a vital part of our society. These paintings reflect Sarver's deep respect and admiration for artists and their creative surroundings.

 

Kay Sarver's website

 

The Beauty is Broken

Camille Warmington

Grace R. Cavnar Gallery

 

In an effort to regain her personal history, lost with the death of her mother at a young age, Camille Warmington utilizes family photos to fill in the voids of her own memory of her family. This exhibition pulls back the curtain on the artist's family (and all families) through paintings of photographs. Some create the illusion of perfection. Many will deal with the unfinished conversations that we all would like to complete with loved ones no longer with us.

 

Camille Warmington's website

 

Prismatic

Melissa Borrell
Project Space

 

Melissa Borrell's site specific installation transforms the Project Space into a shadow filled world that is experienced rather than observed. Known for her background in jewelry design, Borrell's work has shifted to large scale installation and interactive sculpture. Her installation surrounds and engages the viewer and is transformed through interaction and shadows.

 

Melissa Borrell's website

On view through January 9, 2016
 
Lawndale Regional Wilderness Zone
Elizabeth Eicher & Hélène Schlumberger
Mary E. Bawden Sculpture Garden
 
Elizabeth Eicher and Hélène Schlumberger present Lawndale Regional Wilderness Zone, a playful interpretation of the structures, signage and pedagogy popularized by the National Parks Service. The installation transforms the Mary E. Bawden Sculpture Garden into a natural and cultural reserve. From the installation, the visitors can enjoy the scenic vistas offered by the rugged and inspirational surrounding terrain. Eicher & Schlumberger compare modes of observation between the art world and the National Park Service explaining that, "In our tower, the assumptive cultural qualities that put nature and culture in opposition to each other manifest as a battleground for those two modes of seeing to combat and merge, both victorious."
 
  

Also On View

through January 2016

 

Ghost Grid

North Exterior Wall

 

Jonathan Leach's work focuses on the visual language of commercial architecture, city traffic and safety/cautionary imagery. Leach's mural activates the surrounding architecture and visually impacts the space. Ghost Grid features a hardline geometric style with an emphasis on bright color and spatial illusion, using the three windows as a base grid structure that warps and changes, highlighted by reflective paint accents that activate the mural at night.


 

Jonathan Leach is a recipient of an Individual Artist Grant Award. This grant is funded by the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance.
The Lawndale Mural Project is generously sponsored by David R. Graham / Felvis Foundation and Kinzelman Art Consulting.
Artist Opportunities
 
Lawndale 
(Midnight - Central Standard Time)
 
Lawndale is currently accepting proposals from artists and curators to be reviewed by Lawndale's Programming Committee for exhibitions to be scheduled between January and November 2016. 


Proposals are accepted online via Submittable.com. There is no fee to submit a proposal. We strongly encourage you to apply early. If you are having trouble using the online application system, please don't hesitate to call us at 713-528-5858 during office hours (Monday -Friday,10 AM - 5 PM) or email dnance@lawndaleartcenter.org with questions.
 
 
 
 
 
Programs at Lawndale Art Center are supported in part by National Endowment for the Arts, Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, City of Houston through the Houston Museum District Association, Texas Commission on the Arts, Houston Endowment, The Brown Foundation, Inc., The John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation, John P. McGovern Foundation, Joan Hohlt and Roger Wich Foundation, Felvis Foundation/David R. Graham, Mid-America Arts Alliance, John M. O'Quinn, Gracie and Bob Cavnar, Cecily E. Horton, Ann W. Harithas, Diana M. Hudson and Lee Kaplan, Jenny and Mark Johnson, Paula Murphy, Nicole and Joey Romano, Scott R. Sparvero, Mary Martha and Joel Staff, Nancy and Sidney Williams, Nina and Michael Zilkha, Abel Design Group, Architectural Floors, Sterling McCall Lexus, TeleFlex, United Airlines and other contributors, memberships, benefit events and many volunteers.
 
 


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