July 12th, 2011
The Look Ahead: Nature Artifacts, Seafaring Adventures, and Fine Foods
Who’s ready for Tuesday? Well, it’s here whether we like it or not. As Dustin Lacquer would say, “There are 6 days in my week. I don’t need a day of rest. While you dread Mondays, I’ve eaten it for lunch with a side of Tuesday.” I’m not sure what that means, except that Tuesday should be treated as a finger food or a salad. Take it or leave it. It’s no Monday.
Indigenous Genius – The R.W. Northcutt Collection at Art League Houston
Art League Houston: A selection of artistic and scientific artifacts from the private collection of pioneering Ohio-based collector R.W. Northcutt, which chronicles the obscure yet poetic life of three particular wood-working animals the beaver, the woodpecker and the termite and explores the deep-rooted connections between animal and human methodologies.
Fleet for Abby – New Works on Paper by Catherine Colangelo at Art League Houston
Art League Houston: Prepare to set your sails for an exciting seafaring adventure. Fleet for Abby presents an enchanting installation of sixteen beautifully crafted gouache paintings of sail boats on Japanese Okawara paper, inspired by the remarkable story of sixteen-year-old Abby Sunderlands attempt to become the youngest person ever to sail solo around the world.
The works in this exhibition explore the intrinsic connections between themes of friendship, youthful adventure and childhood imagination.
Relish Fine Foods Grand Opening
Press Release: On July 12, 10 percent of all sales will benefit Houston’s own Recipe for Success. We sampled Relish’s Cajun Smoked Turkey and BLT sandwiches, Watermelon, Tomato & Feta salad and market side Caprese Salad and all were DELISH! We are also hyped that we can now get a caffeine buzz by our friends David & Ecky of Greenway Coffee and Tea at Relish. Check out their weekly menu and soon you’ll be relishing food that is beautifully simple and super fresh.