"All Too Well (Lambland)"

IN HER NEW show at Deborah Colton Gallery, Belleville, Texas-based painter Lindy Chambers deploys abstract and impressionist techniques to transform pastoral scenes into technicolor landscapes you want to live in. Living the Dream, up now through Aug. 26, examines the overlooked aspects of life in rural Texas through vibrantly painted images depicting things like mobile homes, abandoned vehicles and street and farm animals.

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Jamal Cyrus' 'Lights from the Garden' (photo from blafferartmuseum.org, courtesy of the artist and Inman Gallery)

TANDEM EXHIBITIONS AT UH's Blaffer Art Museum and the University Museum at Texas Southern University will bring together both of the major Third Ward-located universities for the first time for one exhibition. The exhibitions will celebrate the work of Houston-born artist Jamal Cyrus, an alumnus of UH and also a professor at TSU, whose conceptual and research-driven art often focuses on issues like Black political movements, social justice issues and the African diaspora.
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A variety of high-tech manufacturing processes were utilized to make pieces for TXRX's art show.

EAST END MAKER Hub, the 300,000-square-foot and 21-acre manufacturing center that will be the new home of Houston-based manufacturing incubator space TXRX Labs and a bevy of other local manufacturers, fabricators and crafters, opens its doors for the first time tonight with an art show that promises to showcase a melding of art and technology.

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