This past season at Spellerberg Projects, my gallery in Lockhart, Texas, I presented four shows of emerging and mid-career artists curated by Caroline Frost (plus one I curated).
Dana Robinson is a Brooklyn-based artist addressing topics of youth, Black feminine identity, ownership, and nostalgia. Her April exhibition “I’ll Tell You This for Free” featured 4 works on panel from her Ebony Reprinted series and 2 works on silk.
Hannah Lee, born and raised in Louisiana, received her her MFA in Painting from The New York Academy of Art. Her May exhibition “Magic Shell” featured 11 oil paintings exploring discrepancies between how we present ourselves and are perceived by others.
This week at my gallery, Spellerberg Projects in Lockhart TX, we featured “Resistance Is…“, protest photography by Ursula Rogers. By exhibiting acts of solidarity in resistance to systematic oppression, Rogers reminds viewers of the power of the people.
bradycollings is an interdisciplinary queer artist and drag queen from the piney woods of East Texas, currently pursuing an MFA in painting from Texas Tech. Their June exhibition, “do i not fill heaven and earth?“, translated meditations on nostalgia and voyeurism into objects and images.
Jamie Panzer is an Austin-based artist. His July exhibition “Lyrical Space” displayed mixed media work reflecting his ongoing interest in recycling and rearranging found materials collected from his surroundings.
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