Galveston Arts Center presents "Leisurely," "Cultivate," and "Totally Okay" opening reception
Galveston Arts Center presents three new exhibitions. In the first-floor gallery, Buster Graybill presents sculptures made from objects associated with outdoor leisure and hobbies alongside paintings made from lawn-chair straps for the exhibition, "Leisurely." In the second-floor 1878 Gallery, the exhibition "Cultivate" includes intricate, small-scale sculptures by Jasmyne Graybill that resemble mold cultures and organic infestations of domestic objects. In the Brown Foundation Gallery, Bill Willis presents new paintings based on images sourced from his everyday life as well as vintage cookbooks for the exhibition, "Totally Okay."
Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until November 18.