Finding Light by Kate Enoire

Artist’s Statement My work is meant as a poem, oftentimes to pay homage to things that I find. I am interested in things that are remnants of life. Everyday domestic objects also interest me, as well as exploring the feminine relationship with expectations and allegory. Sometimes there is an implication of fable in my work, Continue Reading…


You, Them, They, We! by Rob J Phillips

A visual commentary examining American Culture in the context of a variety of contemporary sociopolitical questions. Where will we be tomorrow considering the irrepressible tumult stifling the voices of peace? Is social accord an experience that will remain only as fiction, destined to be banned in some totalitarian future America as discordant political rhetoric promotes Continue Reading…


MADE IN AMERICA, A PORTRAIT OF A CITY, Riley Holloway

Artist Statement My work begins with the individual. I’ve always been an observer of people and run into individuals who inspire me through their fashion, personality, or conversation. I am for creating pieces that are rich in storytelling, free from constraints, and true to the person I’m painting. This is accomplished by letting the individual’s Continue Reading…


Circuit Breakers

Brazos Gallery and Art Faculty of Richland College present CIRCUIT BREAKERS, November 4 – December 6 Reception: November 7, 11:00 – 1:00 Brazos Gallery C140 Gallery Hours: 10:00 – 4:00, Monday – Friday  


SQUARES and STRIPES by Lane Banks

  Untitled2018.10 Untitled2018.11  Artist Statement 2019 This show comprises works from two series that developed more or less simultaneously.  One group is Concentric Squares, which has been ongoing for several years, and paintings from this set have been shown numerous times in various venues recently.  The other group, Horizontal Stripes, is smaller, with just six Continue Reading…