Fine Craft

Jenine Bressner on Houston Visit

Posted January 27, 2011 in Blog

Mixed-media artist, Jenine Bressner, opens up and writes about her experiences while visiting Houston to install her first solo show at a major institution. Inverted Harmony: A Handmande Environment by Jenine Bressner, is on view in our Small Gallery through March 13, 2011. Continue Reading »

Meet Sarah from Sew Crafty

Posted January 13, 2011 in Blog

For some of our upcoming events, we have developed exciting partnerships with several Houston arts organizations, such as Lawndale Art Center, Aurora Picture Show and Sew Crafty HoustonContinue Reading »

Mixed-media artist, Jenine Bressner—recently featured on The Martha Stewart Show—will be in Houston for her first solo show, a special workshop, and other events in January

Posted December 30, 2010 in Blog

Mixed-media artist, Jenine Bressner, will debut her first solo show, Inverted Harmony: A handmade Environment by Jenine Bressner, at HCCC this January in the small gallery. Continue Reading »

Introducing Our New Artists-in-Residence: Clark Kellogg

Posted November 13, 2010 in Blog

A native of Houston, TX, Clark Kellogg has been interested in woodworking and furniture making since he was 14, when he and his father started building small projects in the family garage. He received his BA from the University of Virginia. Continue Reading »

Introducing Our New Artists-in-Residence: Kristi Rae Wilson

Posted November 5, 2010 in Blog

Kristi Rae Wilson is a mixed media artist who has returned to her hometown of Houston after being away for seven years. She received her BFA from Stephen F. Austin University in Nacogdoches, TX before earning her MFA from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Continue Reading »

Introducing Our New Artists-in-Residence: Lisa Wilson

Posted October 28, 2010 in Blog

Lisa Wilson is a metalsmith and jewelry designer who creates a range of work, from sculptural objects to one-of-a-kind jewelry. Continue Reading »

Introducing Our New Artists-in-Residence: Elizabeth DeLyria

Posted October 21, 2010 in Blog

Originally a landscape painter, ceramic artist Elizabeth DeLyria translates the concept of landscape into the functionality of clay. Continue Reading »

Former Artist-in-Residence is “The Pro Bono Jeweler: Houston”

Posted October 20, 2010 in Blog

Former artist-in-residence at HCCC, Gabriel Craig, recently released his latest video piece “The Pro Bono Jeweler: Houston.” He created these performances as part of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston exhibition Hand+Made: The Performative Impulse in Art and Craft. Gabriel is a metalsmith, writer, and craft activist. You can see more of his work on his website or read his writing on his blog http://www.conceptualmetalsmithing.com/.

Introducing Our New Artists-in-Residence: Jessica Dupuis

Posted October 15, 2010 in Blog

Jessica is a ceramist from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She received her BFA from Alfred University in New York, and her MFA from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Jessica uses the combination of clay and discarded materials, such as newspaper and cardboard boxes to construct objects that are light and fragile, but packed with power. Continue Reading »

Want to Know More About the Award-of-Merit Winners from CraftTexas 2010?

Posted October 8, 2010 in Blog

We do! So, we took some time to talk with the three award winners and wanted to share a little more about the pieces that won. Continue Reading »