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Mabry Campbell and Wendi Schneider in the Annual HCP Auction

Mabry Campbell, Baker Hall, 2021, Catherine Couturier Gallery
Mabry Campbell
Baker Hall,

Catherine Couturier Gallery is proud to announce that works by Mabry Campbell and Wendi Schneider are included in this year's Print Auction for the Houston Center for Photography.

Wendi Schneider, Weeping Birch, Catherine Couturier Gallery

Wendi Schneider
The Weeping Birch, 2020

The Print Auction is live online on Artsy and will continue through Thursday, March 10th when the Live Print Auction Party takes place at Houston Center for Photography. To learn more or purchase tickets, please visit the HCP website.

Podcast Feature: Mitch Dobrowner on F-Stop Collaborate and Listen

Posted on Feb 23, 2022

Matt Payne hosted Mitch Dobrowner on his photography podcast.

Mitch Dobrowner's New Work Featured on My Modern Met

Posted on Feb 21, 2022

My Modern Met recently featured the work of gallery artist Mitch Dobrowner.

Sinister Storms and Twisters Disturb Rural Landscapes

Posted on Feb 21, 2022

Colossal recently featured gallery artist Mitch Dobrowner.

Secure Ways to Pay for Art Including "Money Honey"

Posted on Feb 21, 2022

Gallery artist Patty Carroll's "Money Honey" featured on Artsy blog.

Glasstire Top Five Spotlights Kate Breakey

Posted on Jan 28, 2022

Gallery artist Kate Breakey's exhibition "Journey" was selected as a top five event.

New Series and Feature in Rice University Magazine

Posted on Jan 26, 2022

Gallery artist Mabry Campbell's new series was featured in The Rice University Magazine.

AIPAD Photo Fair Announces Exhibitors

Posted on Jan 26, 2022

The highly anticipated 41st edition will be held from May 19-22, 2022, at Center415 located on Fifth Avenue between 37th and 38th streets in New York City.

Wendi Schneider Interviewed by Lenscratch

Posted on Dec 27, 2021

Lenscratch recently interviewed gallery artist Wendi Schneider.

Tiny Theaters by Rachel Phillips

Posted on Dec 7, 2021

Small but mighty, each theater includes nine hand assembled elements.