Drawn Out Death

October 28th, 2011 | Posted by nicarius in Drawings | Exhibitions/Shows

Starting November 3rd (Reception) I will be participating on this event

Drawn Out Death image

"Untitled" by Kini Chris Cooke (Graphite on paper)

An exhibition of drawings curated by Rolando Reyna & Angel Quesada in Celebration of Dia de los muertos

Nov 3-Nov 27

Artist Reception Thursday November 3, 7-10pm

An exhibition featuring drawings by over 75 artists

Music by Nick Gaitan & his Calaveras

 

TBH Center proudly celebrates its Fall Art Season with artworks by over seventy artists in an ambitious exhibit of drawings, and prints reflecting on the theme of death. Just in time for the Day of the Dead observances held across Houston, TBH offers its own unique twist of honoring the dead. A special musical performance by Nick Gaitan and His Calaveras will take place during the artist’s reception November 3rd at 8pm.

The title of the exhibition, “DRAWN OUT DEATH,” is a play on words. Using the theme of death as the point of departure, the curators came to a place of agreement. “I wanted to start from the opposite side of seeing life” says curator Rolando Reyna.

“Using death as a starting point one could discover new ways of looking at the evidence of a life lived”- adds co-curator Angel Quesada. The exhibition had to be shrunk from the original concept. “Initially we wanted to exhibit one thousand drawings however, once we realized that this would be extremely challenging due to space we shot for a smaller exhibition with many quality artists,” muses Quesada “there’s always next year!”

Work Description

The invitational exhibition has a strong Texas representation (Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Del Rio, Corpus Christi, Kingsville, Dallas, Brownsville) and some artists from New York & Mexico. The total number comes to over seventy artists participating in this large exhibition of artworks which use drawing in their process. Some artists are using pen and ink, others pastel, some use needle and thread and some employ glass. Works are priced to sell $50 to $500 and, as a collection, is a well balanced display of emerging and established artists who use drawing regularly in their art process.

The exhibition, “Drawn Out Death” employs exclusively the artistic mode of drawing and is part of TBH’s celebration of Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) during the 2011-12 TBH Visual Arts Season Program Calendar. Exhibition runs November 3 – November 27, 2011.

“Drawn Out Death” participating artist list

Abel Ortiz

Adrian Jesus Falcon

Adriana MJ Garcia

Al Eckstue

Albrechto Alvarez

Aldo Fabian

Alex Rubio

Ana Fernandez

Angel Quesada

Angela Weddle

Annie Newlin

Arnoldo Damaso Perez- Gomez

Arte Libre Colectivo

Bernardo Diaz

Camargo Valentino

Camilo Gonzalez

Carlos G. Gomez

Catfish Perez

The Amazing Hancock Bros

Christian Navarrete

Cody Arnall

Cora Cohen

Daniel Anguilu

David Almaguer

David Pilgrim

David S. Rubin

Dayna De Hoyos

Derek Martinez Donaldson

Duane Johnson

Eddie Gomez

Félix Abraham Torres Rodríguez

Fidencio Duran

Gerald Lopez

Gissette Padilla

Grace Barraza-Vega

Greg Reuter

Greg Rubio

Henry Membreño

James Ciosek

James Huizar

James Gonzalez

Jane Madrigal

Jason Villegas

Jean-Pierre Verdujo

Jennifer Overfield

Jimmy Pena

Joe Pena

Jonatan Lopez

Jorge Alegria

Jose “Pepe” Rodriguez

Jose Fidel Sotelo

Kevin Munoz

Kini Chris Cooke

L.a. Vatocosmico

Lenard Brown

Lindsey Maestri

Lisa Qualls

Liz Conces Spencer

Lizbeth Ortiz

Louis Vega Trevino

Lucilla Flores

Manual Chapa

Mari Omori

Marie Valdez

Mary Ann Vaca-Lambert

Michelle Reyna

Michelle Smyth

Miz R Evenge

Monica Siebert

Nico Whittaker

Raul Castellanos

Rex Housemann

Robert B. Gonzales

Rolando Reyna

Saida Fagala

Sandra C. Fernandez

Santa Barraza

Sharif Bey

Stephanie Guajardo

Teresa Gomez Martorell

Tony Briones

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