Urban expressionism and Tom Cruise


Enjoyed a glorious work-free President’s Day yesterday wandering about town, cameras in hand.

As I wandered in/around the Museum District I realized just how damn long it has been since I’ve been in a Houston museum. I’m especially attracted to the Gold! Natural Treasure, Cultural Obsession exhibition at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. Anyone know if it’s worth it?

In Bell Park, I met an exceedingly sweet baby girl named Naomi, who invited me to her dad’s (Dune Patten) ANASTOMOSIS closing reception this Saturday.

After you’ve ooohed and aaahed at the funky urban expressionism at the Studio Gallery (613 1/2 W. 19th Street), I suggest attending the Infernal Bridegroom’s 8pm showing of Me-Sci-Ah at the Axiom. Good times.

4 Comments so far

  1. HouDog (unregistered) on February 23rd, 2005 @ 5:33 pm

    The curator of the exhibit spoke at our business breakfast club a couple weeks ago and brought some great slides. The exhibit looks to have some great history, amazing pieces and sure looks like a winner to me.

  2. Dune Patten (unregistered) on February 25th, 2005 @ 11:41 pm

    The ANASTOMOSIS show will be closing on Sunday, with a closing reception Saturday evening, Feb. 26th, at The Studio Gallery http://www.mwstudiogallery.com

    If you are reading these comments, then come out to see great works[] by two phenomenal artists; one of which is the 2005 Grand Prize Winner of the 9th ANNUAL CITYWIDE EMERGING [AFRICAN AMERICAN] ARTISTS EXHIBITION.

    As Houdog said, The work is great!! :)))

  3. Dune Patten (unregistered) on February 25th, 2005 @ 11:43 pm

    BTW, huge THANK YOUs to KATYA for plugging the show!! You are an awesome find Katya :)))

    i hope to see you at the show. Call me

    Peace Love and Grace

  4. cybertoad (unregistered) on March 2nd, 2005 @ 9:36 pm

    Darn -I wish I had read this a few days earlier! I worked with Dune’s lovely wife and it would have been great to see them!!

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