The NEW Show

The NEW Show

On View January 26 -March 9, 2019

Opening Reception: Saturday, January 26, 6-8pm

 

New Year. New Name. New Art. New Vision. 

 

Launching in January 2019, the gallery will be officially rebranding as Foltz Fine Art to reflect the slight change in direction for the 13 year old Texas-focused gallery based in Houston. The gallery will continue its efforts to support educational endeavors and projects to help elevate the Art and Art History of Texas, and showcase museum-quality examples of Early Texas Art and Texas Modernism. Additionally, the gallery will turn its exhibition programming to largely reflect the diversity of what Contemporary Texas Art means today.  In keeping with its role as a legacy gallery for Texas artists, the gallery will continue to host retrospective, rediscovery, and survey exhibitions highlighting important artists or aspects of the development of the visual arts in Texas. 

 

Kicking off this new era, Foltz Fine Art presents The NEW Show,on view January 26 – March 9, 2019,featuring new works by prominent artists within the gallery’s contemporary stable, including Mary Baxter, David Caton, Margie Crisp, Fidencio Duran, Ibsen Espada, Pat Gabriel, Billy Hassell, Otis Huband, Jonathan Paul Jackson, E. Dan Klepper, Ken Mazzu, William Montgomery, Noe Perez, Jeri Salter, Richard Stout, Frank X. Tolbert II, and William Young.  The NEW Show’s Opening Reception will be held Saturday, January 26thfrom 6-8pm, with many of the artists in attendance. 

 

Coinciding with the opening of this contemporary exhibition, the gallery will also showcase Robert Preusser: Linear Improvisationsturning attention to an incredible group of drawings from the late 1930s by the Houston prodigy artist, where his genius can be observed first hand looking at these nonobject works created when he was not yet 20 years old, and before the true arrival of Modernism in Texas art.  

 

In the  new year the gallery will be starting new traditions, such as Second Saturday Coffee Talks from 1-3pm at the gallery to visit with artists, scholars, collectors, and other Texas art enthusiasts.  The gallery’s first Coffee Talk will be held Saturday, February 9, from 1-3pm as we take a closer look at the works of Robert Preusser and the early Houston Art scene from the 1sthalf of the 20th century. Coffee Talks will be video recorded to help preserve the importance of oral histories in our community. During these gatherings, the gallery will serve coffee and pastries from local businesses and makers. Supporting local, whether it be Houstonians or Texans in general, is always a good thing in our book. Also in the works, Foltz Fine Art will also be starting a series of Third Thursday Happy Hours at the gallery from 5:30-7:30pm, and vary from events supporting local/Texas based nonprofit organizations, Pop-up/Trunk Shows from Texas Makers/Vendors, and much more.  Check back or stop by to see what we’ve got brewing!

 

So in short: 

New Year. New Name. New Art. New Vision. Come see what’s NEW at Foltz Fine Art. 

 

 

The NEW Show & Robert Preusser: Linear Improvisations  

On View January 26 – March 9, 2019

Saturday, January 26, 6-8pm: Opening Reception

Saturday, February 9, 1-3pm: Coffee Talk with Houston Art Historian and Curator Randy Tibbits on Robert Preusser & Early Houston Art Scene 

 

Canyon, 2018

Mary Baxter

Canyon, 2018

oil on polyfiber

48 x 40 in

Heath Canyon, 2017

Mary Baxter

Heath Canyon, 2017

oil on board

8 x 16 in

Near Lajitas, no. 3, 2018

Mary Baxter

Near Lajitas, no. 3, 2018

oil on panel

8 x 8 in

Study for Small Creek in a Canyon, 2018

Mary Baxter

Study for Small Creek in a Canyon, 2018

oil on board

12 x 12 in

Hot Springs Canyon Morning #4, Big Bend, 2018

David Caton

Hot Springs Canyon Morning #4, Big Bend, 2018

oil on canvas

36 x 48 in

Edge of the World (1/5)

Margie Crisp

Edge of the World (1/5)

handcolored linocut

24 x 36 in

Untitled from Gravity Series, 2018

Ibsen Espada

Untitled from Gravity Series, 2018

Mixed Media on industrial canvas

48 x 36 in

Roadrunner with Butterflies and Grasshopper, 2018

Billy Hassell

Roadrunner with Butterflies and Grasshopper, 2018

oil on canvas

50 x 48 in

Object on a White Table Cloth, 2019

Otis Huband

Object on a White Table Cloth, 2019

mixed media collage

11 x 8.50 in

Rhino, 2018

Jonathan Paul Jackson

Rhino, 2018

mixed media on paper

42.25 x 49 in

GO (Artist Proof/Ed. 15), 2019

E. Dan Klepper

GO (Artist Proof/Ed. 15), 2019

Hand-painted photograph on archival Rives BFK

10 x 10 in

MANTIS (Artist Proof/Ed. 15), 2019

E. Dan Klepper

MANTIS (Artist Proof/Ed. 15), 2019

Hand-painted photograph on archival Rives BFK

10 x 10 in

Cactus Arrangement, 2018

Noe Perez

Cactus Arrangement, 2018

oil on canvas

20 x 20 in

Roadside Cliffs, 2018

Jeri Salter

Roadside Cliffs, 2018

pastel on board

18 x 24 in

Homeward, 2018

Richard Stout

Homeward, 2018

acrylic on canvas

30 x 40 in

No One Showed Up To Start the Day. (So It Spilled Out On the Floor.), 2018

William Young

No One Showed Up To Start the Day. (So It Spilled Out On the Floor.), 2018

acrylic on masonite

26 x 28 in

Chianti Mountain Study, 2018

Mary Baxter

Chianti Mountain Study, 2018

oil on panel

8 x 8 in

Mal Nombre no.1, 2018

Mary Baxter

Mal Nombre no.1, 2018

oil on panel

8 x 8 in

Small Creek in a Canyon, 2018

Mary Baxter

Small Creek in a Canyon, 2018

oil on polyfiber

50 x 50 in

Colorado Canyon, Big Bend Ranch State Park, 2018

David Caton

Colorado Canyon, Big Bend Ranch State Park, 2018

oil on canvas

48 x 48 in

Santa Elena Canyon from Terlingua Creek, Big Bend, 2018

David Caton

Santa Elena Canyon from Terlingua Creek, Big Bend, 2018

oil on canvas

36 x 46 in

End of Summer, 2018

Fidencio Duran

End of Summer, 2018

oil on canvas

30 x 30 in

Room with a View, 2017

Pat Gabriel

Room with a View, 2017

oil on canvas

52 x 70 in

Important Things to See, 2019

Otis Huband

Important Things to See, 2019

mixed media collage

11 x 8.50 in

Several Figures in a Field, 2018

Otis Huband

Several Figures in a Field, 2018

oilstick on canvas

42 x 60 in

Tropical Imagination No. 003, 2019

Jonathan Paul Jackson

Tropical Imagination No. 003, 2019

oil pastel and acrylic on wood

22 x 48 in

Gypsum Triptych (1/5), 2018

E. Dan Klepper

Gypsum Triptych (1/5), 2018

archival print on hahnemuhle cotton rag paper

58 x 144 in

Marfa Plateau, 2018

E. Dan Klepper

Marfa Plateau, 2018

archival print on hahnemuhle cotton rag paper

24 x 72 in

Day is Done, 2018

Jeri Salter

Day is Done, 2018

pastel on panel

10 x 20 in

White Adobe, 2018

Jeri Salter

White Adobe, 2018

pastel on board

10 x 32 in

Hunter, 2019

Richard Stout

Hunter, 2019

unique bronze

17 x 9 x 22 in

Desert Mountain, 2018

Mary Baxter

Desert Mountain, 2018

oil on canvas

32 x 32 in

Mule in the Desert, 2018

Mary Baxter

Mule in the Desert, 2018

Oil on canvas

36 x 30 in

Study for Canyon , 2018

Mary Baxter

Study for Canyon , 2018

oil on board

10 x 8 in

Hot Springs Canyon #6, Big Bend, 2018

David Caton

Hot Springs Canyon #6, Big Bend, 2018

oil on canvas

48 x 54 in

Cotton Queen, 2019

Margie Crisp

Cotton Queen, 2019

acrylic drybrush on canvas

36 x 23.50 in

Sirens, 2018

Fidencio Duran

Sirens, 2018

oil on canvas

24 x 36 in

Canary (BAT Proof/Ed. 10), 2019

Billy Hassell

Canary (BAT Proof/Ed. 10), 2019

lithograph

12 x 12 in

Internal Landscape, 2018

Otis Huband

Internal Landscape, 2018

oil stick on canvas

42 x 55 in

The First Class Seat, 2019

Otis Huband

The First Class Seat, 2019

mixed media collage

11 x 8.50 in

BAD DOG (Artist Proof/Ed. 25), 2019

E. Dan Klepper

BAD DOG (Artist Proof/Ed. 25), 2019

Hand-painted photograph on archival Rives BFK

10 x 10 in

LARIAT (Artist Proof/Ed. 15), 2019

E. Dan Klepper

LARIAT (Artist Proof/Ed. 15), 2019

Hand-painted photograph on archival Rives BFK

10 x 10 in

After the Front, 2018

Ken Mazzu

After the Front, 2018

watercolor on paper

12 x 19 in

Distant Plateaus , 2018

Jeri Salter

Distant Plateaus , 2018

pastel on board

18 x 30 in

Wind Break, 2018

Jeri Salter

Wind Break, 2018

pastel on board

11 x 30 in

Night, 2018

Richard Stout

Night, 2018

mixed media sculpture

18.50 x 8 x 8 in

Guadalupe Mountains National Park n. 24, 2016

Mary Baxter

Guadalupe Mountains National Park n. 24, 2016

oil on linen panel

8 x 10 in

Near Big Hill, 2018

Mary Baxter

Near Big Hill, 2018

oil on panel

9 x 12 in

Study for Desert Mountain, 2018

Mary Baxter

Study for Desert Mountain, 2018

Oil on board

10 x 10 in

Hot Springs Canyon Morning #3, Big Bend, 2018

David Caton

Hot Springs Canyon Morning #3, Big Bend, 2018

oil on canvas

48 x 48 in

Daybreak II (7/10)

Margie Crisp

Daybreak II (7/10)

hand-colored linocut

15 x 35 in

Gravity (grey), 2018

Ibsen Espada

Gravity (grey), 2018

mixed media on industrial canvas

33.25 x 27.50 in

Canary II, 2018

Billy Hassell

Canary II, 2018

oil on canvas

50 x 48 in

Kitchen Chair, 2018

Otis Huband

Kitchen Chair, 2018

oil stick on canvas

44 x 55 in

Vague Monument, 2019

Otis Huband

Vague Monument, 2019

mixed media collage

11 x 8.50 in

CAN SLEEP IN BARN (Artist Proof/Ed. 25), 2019

E. Dan Klepper

CAN SLEEP IN BARN (Artist Proof/Ed. 25), 2019

Hand-painted photograph on archival Rives BFK

10 x 10 in

MAN WITH A GUN (Artist Proof/Ed. 25), 2019

E. Dan Klepper

MAN WITH A GUN (Artist Proof/Ed. 25), 2019

Hand-painted photograph on archival Rives BFK

10 x 10 in

Sandbar, 2018

Ken Mazzu

Sandbar, 2018

watercolor on paper

11 x 15 in

Evening Path, 2018

Jeri Salter

Evening Path, 2018

pastel on board

12 x 17 in

Bright Morning, 2018

Richard Stout

Bright Morning, 2018

acrylic on canvas

48 x 60 in

Pelican, 2017

Frank X. Tolbert 2

Pelican, 2017

graphite and oil stick on paper

44 x 60 in

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The NEW Show
The NEW Show On View January 26 -March 9, 2019 Opening Reception: Saturday, January 26, 6-8pm New Year. New Name. New Art. New Vision. Launching in January 2019, the gallery will be officially rebranding as Foltz Fine Art to reflect the slight change in direction for the 13 year old Texas-focused gallery based in Houston. The gallery will continue its efforts to support educational endeavors and projects to help elevate the Art and Art History of Texas, and showcase museum-quality examples of Early Texas Art and Texas Modernism. Additionally, the gallery will turn its exhibition programming to largely reflect the diversity of what Contemporary Texas Art means today. In keeping with its role as a legacy gallery for Texas artists, the gallery will continue to host retrospective, rediscovery, and survey exhibitions highlighting important artists or aspects of the development of the visual arts in Texas. Kicking off this new era, Foltz Fine Art presents The NEW Show,on view January 26 – March 9, 2019,featuring new works by prominent artists within the gallery’s contemporary stable, including Mary Baxter, David Caton, Margie Crisp, Fidencio Duran, Ibsen Espada, Pat Gabriel, Billy Hassell, Otis Huband, Jonathan Paul Jackson, E. Dan Klepper, Ken Mazzu, William Montgomery, Noe Perez, Jeri Salter, Richard Stout, Frank X. Tolbert II, and William Young. The NEW Show’s Opening Reception will be held Saturday, January 26thfrom 6-8pm, with many of the artists in attendance. Coinciding with the opening of this contemporary exhibition, the gallery will also showcase Robert Preusser: Linear Improvisations, turning attention to an incredible group of drawings from the late 1930s by the Houston prodigy artist, where his genius can be observed first hand looking at these nonobject works created when he was not yet 20 years old, and before the true arrival of Modernism in Texas art. In the new year the gallery will be starting new traditions, such as Second Saturday Coffee Talks from 1-3pm at the gallery to visit with artists, scholars, collectors, and other Texas art enthusiasts. The gallery’s first Coffee Talk will be held Saturday, February 9, from 1-3pm as we take a closer look at the works of Robert Preusser and the early Houston Art scene from the 1sthalf of the 20th century. Coffee Talks will be video recorded to help preserve the importance of oral histories in our community. During these gatherings, the gallery will serve coffee and pastries from local businesses and makers. Supporting local, whether it be Houstonians or Texans in general, is always a good thing in our book. Also in the works, Foltz Fine Art will also be starting a series of Third Thursday Happy Hours at the gallery from 5:30-7:30pm, and vary from events supporting local/Texas based nonprofit organizations, Pop-up/Trunk Shows from Texas Makers/Vendors, and much more. Check back or stop by to see what we’ve got brewing! So in short: New Year. New Name. New Art. New Vision. Come see what’s NEW at Foltz Fine Art. The NEW Show & Robert Preusser: Linear Improvisations On View January 26 – March 9, 2019 Saturday, January 26, 6-8pm: Opening Reception Saturday, February 9, 1-3pm: Coffee Talk with Houston Art Historian and Curator Randy Tibbits on Robert Preusser & Early Houston Art Scene
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Foltz Fine Art
Houston
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