Photo by Joel Anderson

Archway Gallery presents "Urban Observations," featuring the new collection of encaustic paintings by Joel Anderson. Big and bold. These words describe Houston, as well as Joel Anderson’s newest collection of works in his third show at Archway Gallery. In this exhibition, you’ll see Houston through Anderson’s eyes -- what he sees while driving about town and taking walks through the Houston Heights. There are new perspectives on the downtown skyline which has become a signature series for Anderson, as well as things that interest him in one way or another, including the tree canopies, cellphone towers, and, yes, the gargoyles that inhabit the Bayou City.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until January 30, 2020.

Archway Gallery presents "Urban Observations," featuring the new collection of encaustic paintings by Joel Anderson. Big and bold. These words describe Houston, as well as Joel Anderson’s newest collection of works in his third show at Archway Gallery. In this exhibition, you’ll see Houston through Anderson’s eyes -- what he sees while driving about town and taking walks through the Houston Heights. There are new perspectives on the downtown skyline which has become a signature series for Anderson, as well as things that interest him in one way or another, including the tree canopies, cellphone towers, and, yes, the gargoyles that inhabit the Bayou City.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until January 30, 2020.

Archway Gallery presents "Urban Observations," featuring the new collection of encaustic paintings by Joel Anderson. Big and bold. These words describe Houston, as well as Joel Anderson’s newest collection of works in his third show at Archway Gallery. In this exhibition, you’ll see Houston through Anderson’s eyes -- what he sees while driving about town and taking walks through the Houston Heights. There are new perspectives on the downtown skyline which has become a signature series for Anderson, as well as things that interest him in one way or another, including the tree canopies, cellphone towers, and, yes, the gargoyles that inhabit the Bayou City.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until January 30, 2020.

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Archway Gallery
2305-A Dunlavy St.
Houston, TX 77019
http://www.archwaygallery.com/

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