It was a beautiful day in Galveston! Thank you to G.A.C. and everyone who added to the “Vine trellis” which will be revealed in the upcoming group show at Galveston Arts Center June 2nd. To find out more, click the title of this post.
TANK Space in Spring Street Studios presents Rebecca Braziel’s fiber installation inspired by creeping plant life. On view May 12th - August 19th.
Opening reception: May 12th 5-7 PM
1824 Spring, Houston, Texas 77007
*This project was partially funded by City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance.
APRIL 21, 2018 — JULY 14, 2018
IN THE ARTIST HALL
This is a great show to see! Each artist's work is displayed in small groupings so you get a true sense of their practice.
"Houston Center for Contemporary Craft (HCCC) is delighted to present the 10th edition of In Residence, an annual exhibition celebrating its Artist Residency Program, which has supported makers in the field of craft for more than 16 years. This exhibition features work by 10 artists working in ceramic, fiber, metal, wood, and mixed media: Jessica Andersen, Rebecca Braziel, Vivian Chiu, Lisa Hardaway, Rebecca Lynn Hewitt, Amber Smith, Anthony Sonnenberg, Eric Stearns, Jenna Wright, and Shiyuan Xu."
To read more, including a description by the curator, click the title of this post.
Taken at the exhibition opening April 20th.
Members of the Galveston community and surrounding areas are invited to take part in the creation of new work made of fabric and wire in the form of a creeping trellis. The resulting piece will be on view June 2 – July 8, 2018 in the exhibition Other Edens in GAC’s main gallery.
This Exhibit Connect will take place April 28th 1-4 PM in the beautiful classroom at Galveston Arts Center. It is free and open to the public.
2127 Strand St.
Galveston, TX 77550 United States
In March, the Creeping Vine Project visited Crockett Elementary's fifth grade art class. Over the two week period, students learned about the concept, the process, and working together as a team to create art inspired by nature.
Williams Tower Gallery
January 17 -February 23, 2018
A group exhibition juried by Anna Katz, Assistant Curator at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
The Creeping Vine Project will be at the seventh annual HANDS-ON HOUSTON FAMILY FESTIVAL, a free community event. The Creeping Vine Project booth will feature demos, discussions about the project, and instructions on how to contribute. All ages are welcome to add fabric strips to the vine. For more information, please click on the title of this post to access the HCCC website.
*This project is supported by the City of Houston and Houston Arts Alliance.
Friday, July 7, 2017, 7- 9 PM
Awards announced at 8 PM
Be sure to see this show featuring an exciting stapled glove sculpture.
"The Big Show is an ambitious annual exhibition of new work by artists practicing within a 100-mile radius of Lawndale. This year, Lawndale was excited to welcome Toby Kamps, former Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at The Menil Collection and soon-to-be Director and Chief Curator of the Blaffer Art Museum, as juror. Kamps reviewed work by 549 artists – the most artists to submit their work in the history of The Big Show - and selected nearly 200 works for the exhibition."
This two-person solo show will feature my work in the back gallery and Robby Scott's paintings in the front gallery. The exhibition will showcase a few favorites from my beaded tree bark series focusing on the effects of wildfires in America and the process of regeneration after a natural disaster.
Opening Reception: July 8th, 5-8 PM
Location: Gray Contemporary Gallery
3508 Lake St. Houston, TX 77098
"I will be featured in the May/June edition of Selvedge Magazine. In the article, I discuss my positive experience at the Savannah College of Art and Design as a student in the Fibers department. I also share a little about my work as an artist-in-residence at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft." To order a copy through Selvedge.org, please click the arrow above.
Rebecca Braziel recieves the Individual Artist Grant by the City of Houston and Houston Art Alliance! This $5,000 grant will fund the continuation of The Creeping Vine Project and result in a large scale fiber installation created by members of the Houston Community. To see the full list of recipients, click the arrow above.
Wilchester Elementary School hosted their annual Art Expo Day featuring The Creeping Vine Project. This was a great opportunity to have roughly 800 students from grades pre-k to 5th learn about the project and contribute by adding fabric strips to the wire backing.