A private opening reception for Museum members, donors and exhibiting artists for two new exhibitions will be held on Thursday, September 15, from 6 to 8 pm. The exhibitions will open to the public on September 16 and remain on view through April 2, 2023.
- Terrell James: One Eye Sees, The Other Feels – Terrell James is a fourth-generation Houstonian and seventh-generation Texan and a graduate of Sewanee University. James’s exhibition for the Mobile Museum of Art is titled One Eye Sees, The Other Feels, a quotation from the writings of Swiss artist Paul Klee. This exhibition will feature more than 30 abstract works, ranging in size from small to monumental.
- Wanda Sullivan: Gardens of Hope – Gardens of Hope is the first solo museum exhibition of Wanda Sullivan’s work. Most of her imagery comes from her large midtown yard or the campus of Spring Hill College, where she teaches and maintains a studio. In Gardens of Hope, Sullivan examines the intersection between the natural world, her gardens, and the effects of climate change.
Both exhibitions meet two goals of the Museum’s five-year institutional strategic plan — one, to focus on the art of our place, and second, the art of our time. If you are not a member and would like to attend the opening reception and preview, join now>>