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- an exhibition of selected Houston artists presenting their visions & depictions of our relationship with our down to earth friends.

curated by John Runnels.


Featuring

Bale Creek Allen, Martin Amorous, Salli Babbitt, Yousef Balat, Lori Betz, Tanna Bennett, N. Blanca, Magda Boltz, Anthony Butkovich, Fernando Casas, Kevin Cromwell, Lacey Crawford, Stephanie Darling, Chris Dethloff Greene, Peter Dickson, Alix Dunn, Mitch Samuels grystar, Mary Margaret Hansen, Barbara Harmer, Keith J.R. Hollingsworth, Andy Howell, Corinne Jones, Colin Kaeppel, Solomon Kane, Sharon Kopriva,  George Krause, Natali Leduc, Stephanie Lienhard, Zoanna DaLuz Maney, Ken Mazzu, Lynet McDonald, Allison S. Miller, Ellen Orseck, Sherry Owens, Chasity Porter, Basilios Poulos, Cynthia K. Reid, Carolyn Rose, Jonathan Rosentein, Scott Runnels, John Runnels, Sam Sartorius, Charlie Jean SartwelleLouise Schlachter,TrÓ Slaughter, Earl Staley, Frances Carter Stephens, Chris Thompson, Donna Villarreal & Sketchy Neighbors.

Yes Live Snakes  

Texas Snakes & More provides snake education and entertainment for people of all ages.

clint the snake man of Texas Snakes from 2pm-6pm

FaceBook Sneak Peak

Artist Reception: Saturday, November 23, 2013 9 am  - 10 pm

FREE & OPEN to the PUBLIC 
November 23rd, 2013 thru February 14, 2014

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MotherDogStudios is the largest and oldest surviving artists working warehouse space in

Houston.

Founded in 1984 by Charlie Jean Sartwelle and John Runnels, MotherDogStudios was a response to the visual arts communities need to provide working studio/exhibition space for local and visiting artists. It is a 22,000 square foot warehouse with 16 studios and an expansive exhibition space called the Mother Dog Museum of Modern Art.

"Conference of the Birds"

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Charlie Jean Sartwelle Invitation

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by John Runnels

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"Art should never try to be popular. The public should make itself artistic."