Meher Qazilbash's article “Flatland Revisited” at Lydia Street Gallery - Dreaming young girls and reimagined worlds run rampant in new solo exhibit"

June 13, 2024

EASTside ATX Magazine recommends Lydia Street Gallery, our current exhibition of Gabriele Galimberti, as well as our next show of gallerist, Deanna Miesch's work.  

5/6/24

K.MCCARTY & DAVID THORNBERRY'S "APOTHEOSIS" RECOMMENDED BY THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE BY WAYNE ALAN BRENNER

3/14/24

 

 

 

SOUTHWEST CONTEMPORARY MAGAZINE'S 5 X 5: OUR TOP 5 PICKS FOR THE NEXT 5 DAYS 

3/14/24

 

 

CURATED TEXAN- ARTFUL LEGACY: AUSTINITE  MADELON UMLAUF LAUNCHES NEW ART EXHIBIT

8/31/23

Lance Avery Morgan recommends Madelon Umlauf's "Harmonizing the Rapture of Color."

 

AUSTIN CHRONICLE recommends "Vision Board" in "Five Shows to Beat the Summer Heat:  Cool Visions, Cool On the Skin"

8/11/23

Wayne Alan Brenner recommends "Vision Board."

TRIBEZA MAGAZINE "Lydia Street Gallery Hosts Lawrence McFarland’s Epic Photos of the American West - See Works From the Guggenheim Fellowship Recipient Artist on View" 

6/14/23

MEHER QAZILBASH recommends Lawrence McFarland's "From Dodge City to Kansas."

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE - "FIVE ARTS HAPPENINGS BEYOND THE WALLS"

3/30/23

 

Wayne Alan Brenner recommends JON ERIC NARUM - DETAILS OF OUR EXISTENCE, a three person, one man exhibition 

 

GLASSTIRE - "SIBLING REVELRY IN 'DANIEL & MARJORY JOHNSTON: THE WHAT OF WHOM' "

 

3/10/23

 

Barbara Purcell reviews "The What of Whom" -

 

"A poignant mashup of pop culture and personal revelations, both chaotic and poetic."

KOOP 91.7 TRACEY SCHULTZ'S "WHAT'S NEW"

 

3/9/23

 

Tune in to KOOP 91.7 on Thursday, March 9th (tentatively) from 1-2 pm to hear Tracey Schultz’s “What’s New” radio show. It’s will also be a part of his podcast, so don’t fret if you can’t make it.

KUT 90.5 ARTS ECLECTIC "IT WAS FUN TOO!"

 

3/1/23

 

Listen to Michael Lee's interview with Marjory Johnston & gallerist, Deanna Miesch, discussing "The What of Whom".

 

 

DANIEL & MARJORY JOHNSTON'S "THE WHAT OF WHOM" RECOMMENDED BY SIGHTLINES MAGAZINE'S "THE LINE UP: TEN EXHIBITIONS TO SEE IN JANUARY"!

 

12/31/22

TOP 5 ART EVENTS IN TEXAS BY GLASSTIRE

GARY WEBERNICK'S "TRUE STORIES & DIVINE ACCIDENTS"

 

12/15/22

 

“Artist Statement: I most often use light, sound and motion combined with photographs and found objects to create a multi-media environment. When compelled, I add personal narrative and political/social comment to my work. I use both 2 and 3-dimensional formal elements, but often create work that takes a critical view of social, political and cultural issues, often using historical references combined with popular culture. My subjects are diverse with layered concepts; the subject matter usually determines what materials and techniques I will use. Found objects and materials appear in much of my work—the objects often drive the direction I will take both technically and conceptually. Currently, I am continuing to pursue the process of combining photographs with other materials (often found) to create three-dimensional reliefs.”

 

THE AUSTIN CHRONICLE RECOMMENDS GARY WEBERNICK'S "TRUE STORIES & DIVINE ACCIDENTS"

 

12/8/22

 

ARTIST TALK & HOLIDAY RECEPTION

SATURDAY 12/10/22 5-7 PM

 

"Gary Webernick's work is sometimes hysterical, sometimes elegant, sometimes baffling, often alive with light, movement, sound, or all at once. Come see the artist's newest display of handmade and found objects, informed by more than five decades of creative industry."

SIGHTLINES MAGAZINE:  "EAST AUSTIN ART GALLERIES LAUNCH MONTHLY THIRD THURSDAY EVENT"

 

11/7/22

 

Launched in October, we'll be participating again this coming Thursday, 11/17/22, open late from 6-9 pm.  

SIGHTLINES MAGAZINE RECOMMENDS GARY WEBERNICK'S "TRUE STORIES & DIVINE ACCIDENTS"

 

10/28/22

 

Gary Webernick's "True Stories & Divine Accidents" is recommended by SIGHTLINES Magazine's "The Line-Up: Ten Exhibitions Not to Miss In November"! 

 

Opening Reception Saturday 11/12/22, 6-10 pm

"Light Shift" 7-8 & 9-10 pm*

 

*People with seizure disorders should be aware.

9/1/22

 

Sightlines Magazine Recommends Fowler's new exhibition, opening 9/23/22 for it's September LINE-UP: 13 exhibitions to see in September. 

 

Opening reception Friday 9/23/22, 6-9 pm 

Artist talk Saturday, 10/8/22, 2 pm 

Closing reception Sunday, 10/30/22, 4-6 pm


3/4/2022
The Austin Chronicle recommends Jacqueline May & Jana Swec's "Elemental Mind" exhibition in "Five Arty Things to do for Women's History Month"!



2/26/2022
Sightlines Magazine recommends Jacqueline May & Jana Swec's "Elemental Mind" exhibition in "The Line Up: Eleven Austin Exhibitions to Look at in March"




2/1/2022
Sightlines Magazine recommends Ric Nelson's "Persona" exhibition in "The Line Up: Nine Exhibitions to see in February"!



EASTside Magazine's "Finding Beauty..."
9/1/2021
September Issue EASTside Magazine article about Lydia Street Gallery: "Finding Beauty in the Full Oeuvre (Lydia Street Gallery)"



Glasstire Recommends Steven Bernard Jones "Zero to Sixty"
8/26/2021
Glasstire recommends Steven Bernard Jones' "Zero to Sixty" in their " TOP 5 for August 26th.



The Austin American-Statesman Recommends Steven Bernard Jones
8/25/2021
Michael Barnes of the Austin American-Statesman recommends Steven Bernard Jones' "Zero to Sixty": "Artist Steven Bernard Jones Alters the World in Absorbing Map Show".



The Austin American-Statesman Recommends Amy Scofield's "Un/Common Thread"
6/3/2021
Michael Barnes of the Austin American-Statesman recommends Amy Scofield's exhibition, "Un/Common Thread": "See This Art: Threading Uncommon Beauty at Austin's Lydia Street Gallery"




Austin Monthly Recommends McCarty & Thornberry's "TWO"
4/8/2021
Austin Monthly Magazine recommends Kathy McCarty & David Thornberry's "TWO" exhibition: "Five Must-See Austin Exhibits to Visit in April".



Sightlines Magazine profiles Lydia Street Gallery
3/11/2021
Sightlines Magazine wrote a lovely article introducing Lydia Street Gallery, discussing the current exhibition of McCarty & Thornberry's "TWO", as well as past & future shows & plans: "Lydia Street Gallery Opens: The Gallery will show mid & late-career artists."



2/4/2021
Women & Their Work's inaugural "Fresh From the Studio" zoom interview series, profiling Lydia Street Gallery & the inaugural exhibition of Stephen Daly's "Attachment".

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