Jacqueline May

30 entries
Arts Review
'Learning from Local Artists'

Arts, April 14, 2006

Arts Review
'Lens: George Krause + Sean Perry'
The exhibition of photographs George Krause and Sean Perry at D Berman Gallery explores a spiritual territory within the pragmatic

Arts, Sept. 2, 2005

About a Girl
About a Girl
The art exhibit 'About a Girl' is about music, really, with three young men behind it basing their artwork on a song

Arts, April 8, 2005

Arts Review
'Sky Above, Earth Below'
'Sky Above, Earth Below' reveals the interest in the spiritual aspect of art shared by Stella Alesi and Connie Arismendi

Arts, April 1, 2005

Arts Review
'Open Doors Downtown'
The second exhibition for the Open Doors art group takes advantage of the cavernous AMLI space to present six new large installation works

Arts, March 25, 2005

Arts Review
'Between You and Me'
The Arthouse exhibition 'Between You and Me' uses video to explore intimate space in the artistic context

Arts, March 25, 2005

Arts Review
'"Pocket full of posy (all fall down)"'
Susan Whyne's 'Pocket full of posy (all fall down)' at D Berman Gallery is a dreamlike reflection of her emotions surrounding 9 / 11

Arts, March 11, 2005

Arts Review
'Vin Gallery'
With courage and grace, Vin Gallery has successfully made the transition from its burned home in the Guadalupe Arts Center to a space by Gallery Shoal Creek

Arts, Feb. 25, 2005

Arts Review
'Open House'
Michelle Mayer's middle-class home installation at Women & Their Work offers aesthetic and conceptual strength and shows Mayer at her very best

Arts, Feb. 11, 2005

Arts Review
'"Premeditated: Meditations on Capital Punishment"'
Malaquias Montoya's Premeditated: Meditations on Capital Punishment' was notable for the art and its challenge to consider deeply a topic it would be much more comfortable to forget

Arts, Feb. 4, 2005

Arts Review
St. Enid and the Black Hand
In Vortex Repertory Company's mesmerizing St. Enid and the Black Hand,' an archetypal family enacts a fairy tale with many-layered meanings

Arts, Jan. 28, 2005

Arts Review
'Janet Kastner, Joseph Janson, and Brad Ellis'
In an interesting exhibit at D. Berman Gallery, a number of unexpected commonalities emerge among the works of Janet Kastner, Joseph Janson, and Brad Ellis.

Arts, Jan. 21, 2005

Arts Review
'Paintings by Christopher Fitzgerald'
Diaz Gallery was formed as a labor of love by Adam Diaz, a friendly soul who seeks to represent those artists who are passionate and involved with their work

Arts, Jan. 14, 2005

Top 9 Group Exhibitions of 2004
Top 9 Group Exhibitions of 2004
Jacqueline May lists her favorite individual artists and group exhibitions of 2004

Arts, Jan. 7, 2005

Top 10 Individual Artists of 2004
Top 10 Individual Artists of 2004

Arts, Jan. 7, 2005

I'd Like to Be Under the Sea
I'd Like to Be Under the Sea
Hana Hillerova explains how she grew her 'Octopus's Garden'

Arts, Dec. 31, 2004

Arts Review
'"Twister: Moving Through Color, 1965-1976"'
"Twister: Moving Through Color, 1965-1976" looks at artists of that era who took the road less traveled, continuing to investigate painting with spatial illusions and other perceptual tricks

Arts, Dec. 24, 2004

Report From Art Basel
Report From Art Basel
Texans find a place with the art-world elite in Miami's international fair

Arts, Dec. 24, 2004

Arts Review
'Portable Worlds'
Visual arts review

Arts, Dec. 3, 2004

Arts Review
"99 Cent War"
Visual arts review

Arts, Nov. 19, 2004

Searching for Something
Searching for Something
Artist Roi James' journey through landscapes, abstracts, figures, and more

Arts, Nov. 19, 2004

Arts Review
'Margarita Cabrera: Maquila'
Visual arts review

Arts, Nov. 12, 2004

Arts Review
Electricity and Me: Magnets and Unseen Forces
Visual Arts Review

Arts, Oct. 29, 2004

Arts Review
Plastic Eyes
Visual arts review

Arts, Oct. 22, 2004

Arts Review
Battle of Hickory Ridge

Arts, Oct. 8, 2004

Arts Reviews
'Construction Site'
For being in such an offbeat space, 'Construction Site' is one heck of a show. Large, ambitious sculptures and site-specific installations make it worthwhile to seek out this temporary venue, located on the ground floor of AMLI Downtown.

Arts, Sept. 24, 2004

Everyday Whimsy
Everyday Whimsy
Remembering the late, beloved artist Tré Arenz through her playful ceramic sculptures

Arts, March 5, 2004

Top 10 Artists to Watch for in 2004 (in no particular order)
Top 10 Artists to Watch for in 2004 (in no particular order)

Arts, Jan. 2, 2004

I'll Be Your Mirror

Arts, Oct. 17, 2003

'You Were Right, Andy'
'You Were Right, Andy'
Getting beneath the surface of Andy Warhol with Tom Sokolowski

Arts, Oct. 17, 2003

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