Archway Gallery presents Harold Joiner: "Colors of a Place" opening reception

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Harold Joiner: "Colors of a Place" opening reception
Photo courtesy of Archway Gallery

Archway Gallery presents "Colors of a Place," featuring new paintings and mixed media collages by Harold Joiner. The exhibition’s title refers to the American Southwest. Having grown up in New Mexico, Joiner has had a lifelong love for the region. Deserts have a beauty of their own kind; Joiner has traveled through, and lived in, some of the world’s notable deserts.

Joiner uses color, line, and shape to convey his inspiration. The land is wide, horizontal, and undulates in ever-receding layers before one’s eyes. The colors of this place are rich and include not only the actual colors of the land, but also the colors of its history and culture: the earth colors of the pueblo, the blacks and terra cottas of the regional pottery, and the ubiquitous turquoise that is seen everywhere – as itself and as a pervasive pigment applied to just about anything.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until December 2.

Event Details



Archway Gallery
2305-A Dunlavy St.
Houston, TX 77019


Ticket Info

Admission is free.