Spring Street Studio November 14, 2015 – January 21, 2016 33 Artists Curated by Heidi Vaughan & Organized by Cheri Randolph
Just about anything, and nearly everything. I created my company to serve the needs of people who love art. I offer a full range of marketing services for museums, artists, and individual collectors in Houston.
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I’m originally from Chicago, where I began my professional career in public relations and marketing after earning an undergraduate degree in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The first project I ever worked on was pretty amazing: Gerhard Richter Paintings at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. The really fun thing about the opening was that the artist was not comfortable mingling with the guests, and instead he spent the entire evening up at the check-in desk, talking with the lowly check-in girl, who was me. This was the late 1980s and not long after I’d studied in Aix-en-Provence, France. I painted at a school there called Leo Marchutz, where I realized I was no good at making art, but loved to be around it as much as possible, nonetheless.
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Cocktails & Exhibition for Artist Nestor Topchy at the August Geo. H. Lewis. Read more at PaperCity Magazine
Saturday night, well-known Houston artist Nestor Topchy exhibited his ongoing project, the “Iconic Portrait Strand”, in a one-night-only event at Geo. H Lewis & Sons Funeral Home. The portraits, made to look like 800 year-old Byzantine icons, depict local artists and friends of Topchy’s, including Andrea Grover, George Hixson, Hiram Butler and the Art Guys. […]