Wandering through the ArtCrawl


Yesterday’s Art Crawl was way fun – lots of interesting people out and about looking at pretty things and drinking free wine.

We stuck to the warehouse district galleries, as that meant just one parallel parking experience. I love going to places in Houston where you can walk from spot to spot – that’s pretty rare in this town.

Some of my faves:

Kelsey Kapalski‘s painted wine bottles (see photo above)
Ray Phillips’ abstract paintings
– Tricia Garcia’s Burlesque painting tributes
Gloria Alvarez’s photos (at Atelier Jacquinet)
– Synchronized Christmas light music show at Rex Havuk’s house

Just as cool as the art was wandering through all of the funky loft and warehouse spaces – many of them doubling as living spaces for the artists. It’s kind of random, yet cool, to gawk at paintings in someone’s kitchen and wish that your living room was full of paint brushes and fireman poles.

1 Comment so far

  1. Barbara (unregistered) on November 25th, 2006 @ 8:11 pm

    I’m looking at the photo posted and those two tall clear glass pedestal containers are just what I’ve been searcing for…..any help in finding these at The Woodlands would sure be appreciated. Thanks in advance,

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