The Art of Revolution!
Opening reception Friday March 6th 6 – 9 pm.
Closing reception Friday March 13th 6 – 8 pm.
In Mexico 43 students were kidnapped and murdered. People have taken to the streets to demand change to a corrupt system, one in which the drug cartels control much of the Government.
In Hong Kong people take to the streets to demand a voice in their Government.
In America people all over the country have come together to protest the failure of grand juries to prosecute police officers that murdered unarmed black teens and adults.
All over the world people have taken to the streets to demand that their voices be heard.
The job of the artist is to reflect on the world around them to show future generations the world around us. To reflect on our thoughts, emotions and the events that make up our society today.
Promotional Artwork by: Michael Wooten
EESG presents the 5th edition of Explicitly Chingona Group exhibition.
This show explores and pushes the boundaries of sexual taboos. Mature and adult subject mature will be displayed and only 18 and over will be allowed in the gallery.
VIP opening night Friday January 30th 7 – 11 pm
$25 pre sale tickets $35 tickets at the door.
Entries include free drinks, erotic hors d’oeuvres and a private presentation by Ms. Modesty, Emily Snow, and the WIPsociety. (18 and over). Pre sale tickets can be purchased via paypal to email@example.com or Eventbrite:
Be sure to include “VIP Preview” in the notes section with your payment if paying by Paypal
Opening and free to the public (18 and over)
Friday Feb. 6th 6 – 9 pm
Tunes by D.j. Twinkle-Toes Browncoat
Opening: October 2nd 6pm-10pm
Closing: October 23rd 6pm-9pm
Curator: Blue OneThirty
Artist call info:
The art must reference a villain from an animated series or movie. Please email completed work (even if you have previously shown at EESG) to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 31st, 2015. Once approved, you will be sent payment invoice via PayPal. EESG reserves the right to reject any submitted work without explanation.
Entry fee to cover hanging and promotion is $15 for 3 pieces (not exceeding 3′X3′), $5 for each additional piece. Size limit 3′ X 3′ (unless otherwise approved). Gallery will handle all sales and will take a 25% commission. You can sell prints of work submitted to the show through our East End consignment for the same commission.
Artist outside of Houston and surrounding areas can submit without an entry fee, but they are responsible for all shipping. Must include return shipping label in parcel. Gallery will handle all sales and will take a 25% commission.
All work must be READY TO HANG. All paper or flat canvas art must be framed with either a single saw tooth hanger for lighter pieces or wired for heavier pieces. All unframed canvas/wood pieces must also have either a single saw tooth hanger for lighter pieces or wired for heavier pieces. Loose art/prints that are unframed on clips or any other type of hanging hardware not listed above will not be accepted. Frames must be secure. No Poster style frames or clip frames will be accepted. Artists with statues or other 3D work must provide either a shelf that extends no further then 3″-6″, or a sturdy pedestal that is no deeper then 12″.
Vendors: Please submit an example of you work and examples of what you will create within theme to email@example.com for approval (even if you have already applied). Must be able to create some merchandise within the theme. No art/prints will be permitted. East End will provide table and two chairs You must provide your own tablecloth. Merchandise must fit on the table. Area around tables must be kept free and clear. $25 vendor fee.
Ever wanted to have your work on one of our flyer? Here’s how!
First Place: Your art on the flyer/all promotional material, a Poster of the the completed flyer, an free entry into the show (up to 3 pieces), and a surprise gift bag!
2nd & 3rd prize: Your art on the flyer, a Poster of the the completed flyer, and free entry of the submitted piece to the show.
Artists can submit (1) entry by Feb 28th to firstname.lastname@example.org. Art must reflect the animated villains theme. Submitted images must be a hi resolution .pdf (300 px) (16X20in) (4800X6000).
“Mexican Iconography” Group Exhibtion
One Night Only
Friday, September 26, 6-10PM
This show celebrates the visual images, and symbols that identify and represent Mexico’s culture and traditions. One night only!
HCWE Presents: “First Days of Fall” Showcase
One Night Only!
Saturday, September 27, 6-10PM
No warehouse. No problem! HCWE Group curates an art showcase at East End Studio Gallery. $1 door fee or bring a non-perishable canned good to donate. We are currently taking suggestions as to which food bank we should donate the canned goods to. Please join us!
“Diabolical” Group Exhibition
Opening: October 3, 2014, 6-9PM
Closing: October 10, 2014, 6-9PM
Houston tattoo artist Gabriel Massey has partnered with local East End Studio Gallery to present Diabolical: Mephistophelean and Arcane Imagery from the Tattoo World. Drawings and paintings from over 60 local and international tattoo artists will be displayed. “My inspiration for the show was the various depictions of the Devil in classic American tattooing,” commented Gabriel Massey, curator of the group show. “Contemporary tattooers still refer to the vintage designs of the Hot Stuff devil, Baphomet, and Krampus, and these bold images are ripe for reinterpretation. With Halloween around the corner, the time seemed right, and everything just fell into place. I’m very excited to bring the local tattoo community together for this event, and look forward to seeing work from my colleagues from as far away as Japan and Norway. This is a unique opportunity to see original work from some of the finest talent in tattooing.”
“Undead but not Unloved” Group Exhibtion
One Night Only! October 17, 2014, 6-9PM
East End Studio Gallery is excited to present Undead but not Unloved, a group exhibition. This show will feature works inspired by zombies. There will also be a zombie makeup contest. 3 Winners will be selected and will receive prizes.
“Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in the East End”
Celebrating life through the arts…
Opening Reception: October 24th 6-9 pm
Closing Reception: November 2, 2014, 3 – 6 pm
Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead in English) focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have passed on. This celebration of life takes place on November 1, in connection with the Catholic holidays of All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day (November 2). Traditions connected with the holiday include building private altars honoring the deceased using sugar skulls, marigolds, and the favorite foods and beverages of the departed and visiting graves with these as gifts. They also leave possessions of the deceased. Scholars trace the origins of the modern Mexican holiday to indigenous observances dating back hundreds of years and to an Aztec festival dedicated to the goddess Mictecacihuatl.
We continue the tradition of honoring our ancestors and remembering our loved ones by celebrating their life through art. Please bring a picture, memento or something you would like to leave honoring a loved one that has passed.
“Steampunk” Group Exhibition
Opening: Friday, Nov. 14, 2014, 6-9PM
Closing: Friday, Nov. 21, 2014 6-9PM
East End Studio Gallery presents “Steampunk”. Steampunk is a literary sub-genre of science fiction and fantasy that usually features steam-powered machinery. It is most often depicted in an American “Wild West” or British Victorian setting from the 1800’s. Popularized by the fiction works of H.G. Wells, Mary Shelly and Jules Vernes, Steampunk has inspired aesthetics in the fields of movies, fashion, art, literature and even architecture. We invite you to come and see how East End Studio artists have interpreted this genre of science fiction fantasy. Steampunk gear and costumes are highly encouraged!
Animation Nation! Group Show
Two night event!
November 28th 6-9pm & December 5th 6-9pm
From its humble beginnings in 1906′s “Humorous Phases of Funny Faces” to the modern big screen blockbusters of today like 2013′s “Frozen”, animated series and movies have captivated our nation. Tapping into the inner child in us all, visual animation allows us to challenge our imagination in ways never believed to be possible. East End Studio Gallery invites you to a show paying tribute to the vivid displays of artistic mastery that have fascinated and entertained this country for over a century.