Flash Collection  | Vault Stone Shop | September 27 - October 6, 2019   https://www.vaultstoneshop.com/  Vault Stone Shop presents FLASH COLLECTION, representing over 20 of the most well known and beloved artists in Austin. Opening night is  September 27th from 7:00-10:00 PM , and Gallery hours are  September 28th & 29th, and October 5th& 6th from 1:00-5:00 PM  or by appointment.  The exhibition will include original paintings, sculpture, and mixed media art, none priced over $200. This will be a unique opportunity for art enthusiasts to begin or expand their collections with the works of local artists they know and love. Curators for this show are GD Wright and Meghan Shogan.   Featured artists:  Alexander Bihn Alexis Mabry Alicia Philley Andrea deLeon Briana Mazzio Coelina Edwards Daniel Baugh Darcie Book Dave Culpepper Erin Cunningham GD Wright Josh Row Jozef Winemiller Justin LeBlanc Max Brooks Meghan Shogan Michael W Hall Navasota Sering Sara Vanderbeek Saul Jerome San Juan Steef Crombach Thomas Cook Tori Anne Virginia Fleck Zack Bobkoff   Located in the Public Lofts building, 4361 S Congress Ave #103 . Overflow parking is available at River City Cabinets parking lot on E St. Elmo Street (no overnight parking please)  Beverages Sponsored by Black Feather Whiskey, Goodnight Loving Vodka, and Big Swig  Weekend coffee provided by Third Coast Coffee Roasters

Flash Collection | Vault Stone Shop | September 27 - October 6, 2019

https://www.vaultstoneshop.com/

Vault Stone Shop presents FLASH COLLECTION, representing over 20 of the most well known and beloved artists in Austin. Opening night is
September 27th from 7:00-10:00 PM,
and Gallery hours are
September 28th & 29th, and October 5th& 6th from 1:00-5:00 PM
or by appointment.

The exhibition will include original paintings, sculpture, and mixed media art, none priced over $200. This will be a unique opportunity for art enthusiasts to begin or expand their collections with the works of local artists they know and love.
Curators for this show are GD Wright and Meghan Shogan.

Featured artists:
Alexander Bihn
Alexis Mabry
Alicia Philley
Andrea deLeon
Briana Mazzio
Coelina Edwards
Daniel Baugh
Darcie Book
Dave Culpepper
Erin Cunningham
GD Wright
Josh Row
Jozef Winemiller
Justin LeBlanc
Max Brooks
Meghan Shogan
Michael W Hall
Navasota Sering
Sara Vanderbeek
Saul Jerome San Juan
Steef Crombach
Thomas Cook
Tori Anne
Virginia Fleck
Zack Bobkoff

Located in the Public Lofts building, 4361 S Congress Ave #103.
Overflow parking is available at River City Cabinets parking lot on E St. Elmo Street (no overnight parking please)

Beverages Sponsored by Black Feather Whiskey, Goodnight Loving Vodka, and Big Swig

Weekend coffee provided by Third Coast Coffee Roasters

LikeSness  | Northern-Southern Gallery | May 30-July 9, 2019   https://northern-southern.com/  Six contemporary points-of-view on the human face and figure in painting, drawing, and sculpture, curated by Phillip Niemeyer: Adrian Armstrong, Dawn Okoro, Jean Smith, Laura Lit, Ryan Sandison Montgomery, Saul Jerome San Juan   “…Saul Jerome San Juan runs Atelier 1205 over on Cesar Chavez, and we've long been impressed by his curatorial decisions. In his section of "Likesness," we see the sort of deep drafting skill that backs up his creative résumé... These aren't bold depictions like Okoro's, and they aren't the OMG-is-that-a-photo paintings that Lit does when she's not busy with paper clay. These are drawings of human faces that look like drawings of human faces; but they're the sort of renditions that are so good that other artists, when regarding them, might think, "Well, fuck, why do I even bother picking up a pencil?" You know what we mean… That's just three out of the six artists represented in this show. It's not that the others aren't worth noting; it's that there's a certain word count available and that, anyway, we're not going to tell you all that you can easily see for yourself. Because right now, Northern-Southern is full of people – and you should be, however briefly, among them.”  —Wayne Alan Brenner (   https://www.austinchronicle.com/arts/2019-06-07/likesness/   )

LikeSness | Northern-Southern Gallery | May 30-July 9, 2019

https://northern-southern.com/

Six contemporary points-of-view on the human face and figure in painting, drawing, and sculpture, curated by Phillip Niemeyer: Adrian Armstrong, Dawn Okoro, Jean Smith, Laura Lit, Ryan Sandison Montgomery, Saul Jerome San Juan

“…Saul Jerome San Juan runs Atelier 1205 over on Cesar Chavez, and we've long been impressed by his curatorial decisions. In his section of "Likesness," we see the sort of deep drafting skill that backs up his creative résumé... These aren't bold depictions like Okoro's, and they aren't the OMG-is-that-a-photo paintings that Lit does when she's not busy with paper clay. These are drawings of human faces that look like drawings of human faces; but they're the sort of renditions that are so good that other artists, when regarding them, might think, "Well, fuck, why do I even bother picking up a pencil?" You know what we mean… That's just three out of the six artists represented in this show. It's not that the others aren't worth noting; it's that there's a certain word count available and that, anyway, we're not going to tell you all that you can easily see for yourself. Because right now, Northern-Southern is full of people – and you should be, however briefly, among them.”
—Wayne Alan Brenner (
https://www.austinchronicle.com/arts/2019-06-07/likesness/)