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Renate Aller: Artist Reception and Book Signing

Mar 16, 2016

Art Brooksfield will be presenting the photography of Renate Aller in an exhibition titled, Ocean and Desert, curated by Sally Reynolds. The exhibition is a part of bienniel FotoFest program. On Tuesday, March 22 from 5 PM to 7 PM, Renate Aller will be signing…

Maggie Taylor Book Signing

Feb 24, 2016

  We are excited to present Maggie Taylor's new exhibition on Saturday, February 27 from 5 PM to 7 PM.   Maggie Taylor: Stranger Things Have Happened   Taylor will be in attendance and we are hosting a book signing of her three books including limited…

Texas Contemporary

Sep 29, 2015

Texas Contemporary is going on this week, October 1-4, 2015 at the George R. Brown Convention Center. Buy tickets here. For VIP passes for serious collectors, please contact the galleries below.    Etherton Gallery (Booth 211)     Etherton Gallery…

A Splish, Splash Summer

Jul 18, 2013

We're nearing the middle of Summer and temperatures are rising here in Houston and throughout the U.S.  Take some time to enjoy this warmer weather with these water themed photographs... or stop in the gallery where we've always got the a.c. running and you…

Thanksgiving Holiday Hours

Nov 20, 2012

In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday the Catherine Couturier Gallery will maintain slightly truncated office hours for the week of November 20th through the 24th: Tuesday: 10am - 5pm Wednesday: 10am - 2pm Thursday: CLOSED Friday and Saturday: 10am…

Happy Halloween!

Oct 31, 2012

We're always up for a good theme here at the Catherine Couturier Gallery (formely John Cleary Gallery), and holidays always provide ample inspiration to cull our photographic archives.  Halloween and Dia de los muertos give rise to the costumed and the creepy,…

A Photographic Arbor Day

Apr 27, 2012

  The last Friday of April is set aside annually in celebration of National Arbor Day, a holiday which encourages the planting and caring for of trees and other foliage.  According to our good friend, Wikipedia, it originated in Nebraska during the early…