Featured Artists

Texas Contemporary Art Fair September 29 – October 2, 2016

This weekend at the George R. Brown Convention Center the wonderful annual Texas Contemporary Art Fair will be on exhibit Thursday evening (8pm-10pm), Friday and Saturday (11am-7pm), through Sunday (12pm-6pm). The bright and bold work of Bradley Kerl is but one of many, many artists’ works to be seen among the numerous local, national, and international galleries […]

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Tracye Wear

Some things you just fall in love with inexplicably at first sight.  The pearly white ceramic vessel you see below is one such thing for me.  A few months ago, Tracye Wear brought one of her new vessels to Moody Gallery, and Lee Steffy (one of the many terrific people who work at Moody) said, “You […]

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Joseph Adolphe 2

It is time to act on your New Year’s resolutions to buy more art and have more date nights!  You can act on both Thursday, February 18th by going to the always fun opening at Gremillion & Co. (2501 Sunset) from 6-8pm.  You will be able to meet the artist, have some wine, and surround […]

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Gael Stack

Run, don’t walk to Moody Gallery to view the newest paintings by Gael Stack. Ms. Stack is one of the most accomplished artists working today. She lives in Texas, with a national and international reach. Her work has been at the Guggenheim, Yale Art Gallery, MFAH, the Blanton, the Blaffer, and the Menil…to name only a few. […]

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Joseph Adolphe

I have been laboring over how to best describe the monumental works by artist, Joseph Adolphe. I first saw some of his paintings more than a year ago at Gremillion Gallery in Houston.  I’ve had clients fall for his work as hard, and as quickly, as I (they are lucky collectors now).  Recently I saw […]

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Jeffrey Dell

How quickly the months pass.  Happily, I’m back to the blog.  I have been very busy exploring other social media, so follow me on Instagram or Twitter for more frequent posts:  HAartadvisory. Yesterday, I dropped in to Art Palace on Main Street, and fell in love with the new work by Texas artist, Jeffery Dell.  He […]

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Thomas Zitzwitz

Thomas Zitzwitz is one of those artists whose work is not new to me, and yet I am entranced year after year by it.  This is a good sign – I should I think I should own one, and start saving my pennies!   He is born in the excellent year of 1964, and presently living […]

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Nicole Charbonnet

  The photo on the left of artist Nicole Charbonnet’s studio in New Orleans provides a better feel of her work, to me, than perhaps will the images you see below.  Her art is at once rustic and clean much like her studio (in all cases seeing the real thing is better than a photograph […]

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Christian Renonciat

I love all things French.  Some may say I am not the least bit discerning about it (I promise I am when necessary).  Of course, it is rarely necessary in the world of French art, culture and food.  A perfect example of my unbiased opinion is the work of the remarkable and internationally acclaimed French […]

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Hunt Slonem bunnies

The bunnies are coming! The bunnies are coming!  I am absolutely beside myself with excitement.  I find the bright, elegant bunny paintings by the talented artist Hunt Slonem to be some of the art I most consistently enjoy.  I never tire of them.  Hunt’s newest collection of bunnies is being shown at Gremillion Fine Art. […]

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