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Photo by Richard Stout

In this exhibition, three Houston artists of three generations whose works reflect places and moments of consequence which they have encountered in their own lives will be featured, and whose aesthetic expression places firm hold on these most transient of moments, freezing and perpetuating the view for themselves and all who follow.

The exhibition skillfully balances the stunning contemporary architectural abstractions of the Glassell’s Ken Mazzu, with recent paintings of the legendary Richard Stout, (steeped, as they are in the artist’s reflections upon neighborhood and home); and astonishing mid-century photography of the late Jim Culberson. The selections show the remarkable facility of these three incredible hometown artists whose works mark the moments of their lives.

As Houstonians begin yet another momentous year, "Transient Views" offers patrons a moving and inspirational art experience, with lots of personal moments for reflecting upon the meaningful places and blessed moments of our own times – both times past and times yet to come.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through January 28.

In this exhibition, three Houston artists of three generations whose works reflect places and moments of consequence which they have encountered in their own lives will be featured, and whose aesthetic expression places firm hold on these most transient of moments, freezing and perpetuating the view for themselves and all who follow.

The exhibition skillfully balances the stunning contemporary architectural abstractions of the Glassell’s Ken Mazzu, with recent paintings of the legendary Richard Stout, (steeped, as they are in the artist’s reflections upon neighborhood and home); and astonishing mid-century photography of the late Jim Culberson. The selections show the remarkable facility of these three incredible hometown artists whose works mark the moments of their lives.

As Houstonians begin yet another momentous year, "Transient Views" offers patrons a moving and inspirational art experience, with lots of personal moments for reflecting upon the meaningful places and blessed moments of our own times – both times past and times yet to come.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through January 28.

In this exhibition, three Houston artists of three generations whose works reflect places and moments of consequence which they have encountered in their own lives will be featured, and whose aesthetic expression places firm hold on these most transient of moments, freezing and perpetuating the view for themselves and all who follow.

The exhibition skillfully balances the stunning contemporary architectural abstractions of the Glassell’s Ken Mazzu, with recent paintings of the legendary Richard Stout, (steeped, as they are in the artist’s reflections upon neighborhood and home); and astonishing mid-century photography of the late Jim Culberson. The selections show the remarkable facility of these three incredible hometown artists whose works mark the moments of their lives.

As Houstonians begin yet another momentous year, "Transient Views" offers patrons a moving and inspirational art experience, with lots of personal moments for reflecting upon the meaningful places and blessed moments of our own times – both times past and times yet to come.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through January 28.

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WHERE

Foltz Fine Art
2143 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, TX 77098
http://www.reavesart.com/

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Admission is free.
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