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Houston Curator is Early Champion of Black Artists

Houston Curator is Early Champion of Black Artists

Written by Kathy H. Culmer, Ph.D. on

[Diolog Magazine] When Robbie Elayne Lee was growing up in the Third Ward of a segregated Houston, “Black people didn’t cross Main Street,” she said. “Main Street was the bridge that you didn’t cross.” It was the proverbial railroad track that Dr. John Biggers referred to when he said, ...

Malawian Brings Unique Perspective in Acrylic on Paper

Malawian Brings Unique Perspective in Acrylic on Paper

Written by Carol E. Barnwell on

"Rapture," acrylic on paper Exhibit opens June 20 EDOT Gallery in Downtown Houston: 1225 Texas St. Opening 6-20-13, 5-7 p.m., through August 10, 9-5 p.m., M-F   Massa Lemu is a visual artist and critic who will show his work at EDOT Gallery this summer, June 20-August 10 in downtown ...

EDOT Gallery Features Caroline Ratliff Landscapes

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With the broadest and rich palette, Caroline Ratliff, captures light play on New Mexico’s landscape of ochre leaves and red mountains, cool blue streams and verdant evergreens. EDOT Gallery will exhibit her pieces through June and celebrate the opening on May 17 from 5-7 p.m.

EDOT Opens Diverse Epiphany, Houston, Art Exhibit

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Noted photographer and Epiphany, Houston, member Carol Andrews Jensen is featured among other artists from Epiphany in the current exhibit at EDOT Gallery, 1225 Texas Ave., Houston at the Diocesan Center, through October 28.

“Gilded Journey” Reflects Search for Faith

Written by Carol E. Barnwell on

“Gilded Journey” is a 15-year retrospective now on exhibit at the EDOT Gallery. Inspired by her memories of Jerusalem, its warm yellow tones are flecked with gold and copper leaf. Clear green and blue scenes are populated with hidden angels, ethereal spirits among the pilgrims on the street. ...