ArtcrawlHouston's Printer, Allegra, Goes the extra mile.

"Allegra will be the leading value-added marketing solutions and graphic communications provider, solving problems on the front and back end of the project and exceeding customer expectations with quality, on-time performance."


Allegra is a derivation of "allegro," which is a musical term that means pick up the tempo and make livelier. In Spanish it means to please, make happy or brighten. The Allegra name reflects the highly responsive way we provide service to our customers.







Located in Houston Texas 15020 Mintz Lane

bisong art gallery

Bisong Art Gallery

Bisong Art Gallery specializes in contemporary art from emerging and mid-career artists. Each artist has a variety of unique techniques and skills used in creating their art.

The gallery is open by appointment only and can assist clients in their home or special corporate projects from selection to installation.







Located in Erie City Iron Works 1305 Sterrett Street








Deer Slug


Deer Slug Inside

Deer Slug Studio

"My work, while abstract, attempts to represent specific emotional instances or conflicts that occur within my mind and/or heart and/or “soul.”"

Deerslug Studio is a working artist studio which features the works of artist Stephanie Gonzalez,
a local full time artist who creates works using unconventional materials. and Chris Gercham.


Stephanie Gonzalez
Abstract Artist | Designer
E-mail: info@stephaniegonzalez.net
Website: sgabstractart.jimdo.com
Instagram: me_gusta_pintar_si
Twitter: megustapintarsi


Located in 20 /20 Studios aka Deer Slug Studio2020 Commerce

Photo Credit: Muzzewump




Elder Street Artist Lofts

There is no Artspace project which sits on land with greater historical interest than the Elder Street Artist Lofts. A municipal cemetery was established on the site in the 1840s, and over the next few decades thousands of people were buried here. The cemetery was not maintained, however, and in the early 1920s the Houston City Council decided to build a new municipal hospital on the site. Completed in 1924 and long known as the Jefferson Davis Hospital, the building is a handsome red brick structure in the Classical Revival style. Houston’s rapid growth soon rendered it inadequate, and in 1938 a new hospital replaced it. Over the years, the building housed a variety of tenants, but it stood vacant for two decades before Artspace entered the picture. Completed in 2005, this $6.3 million project houses 34 live/work units, many of which offer spectacular views of the downtown skyline. The building’s original terrazzo floors, high ceilings and large window openings all were retained. One feature of the project is a partial “green” roof — the first Artspace project to feature this environmentally sustainable amenity.








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Located in Elder Street Artist Lofts 1101 Elder Street







Public & Private Events: Fundraisers, Benefits, Art & Craft Shows e.g. Vintage Events etc.

An intimate music venue with tables inside (of varying sizes.) The bar/patio is great for any cocktail event. With tables, banquetes and barstools this area creates an exclusive atmosphere perfect to share with co-workers and friends for an after work Happy Hour Party.


houstonpress article


Booking Agent: Melissa Escobedo


Eastdown Warehouse 850 McKee Street Houston Texas 77002


picture by Lisa Griffin

Last Concert Cafe is a sponser of ArtCrawlHouston 2016 thank you Dawn


picture by Lisa Griffin


lastconcertcafe @ sbcglobal.net          




Located at Last Concert Cafe1403 Nance


this Year Featuring Art From:

Dee Franklin, Lisa Hilton , Janice Jackson, Cherie Salinas, Sayra Vallejo, Angela Walling, Joseph Ybarra.


Los Muetos

Los Muertos Tattoos Studio


As each individual is unique, Los Muertos Tattoo Studio pridefully creates custom tattoos for each individual. The dedicated artist are please to create meaningful, significant, distinctive and realistic body art for each of their customers. In addition, Los Muertos is an art filled studio that seconds as a gallery, exposing their creations from ink to paint.


losmuertostattoostudio @ yahoo.com          





Located in ErieCity Iron Works on Richey Street and 1310 Nance




offers services focused on project management, design, and construction of facilities where people HEAL, LEARN, WORK and / or GATHER.


This Year Featuring; Sara Moons

About the Artist

Sara Moons is an abstract expressionist artist and an art educator, living in Montgomery, Texas. She lives and works from her lakefront home studio, lovingly dubbed Whimsy Lake, with her husband and three children. Sara works with a variety of mediums, primarily in acrylic and oil pastel. She is inspired by the spontaneity of children, the wonder of nature, and the power of music.

Sara attended The Art Institute of Houston, where she received a BFA in interior design. Before Sara became a teaching artist, she worked as a designer for a commercial architecture firm. Sara’s artistic style has evolved over the years into bold, bright, and energetic, and these characteristics are evident in her recent abstract expressionism series. Sara uses her loose, organic style to interpret emotion and favorite songs visually through the use of color, lines, and shapes. Sara is involved in an ongoing outreach partnership with local shelters and organizations, where she teaches expressive art to women, teens, and children who have escaped from abusive situations. Sara has been involved in several solo and group exhibitions and was recently selected as a Rising Star of 2018's premiere arts event, Rising Stars and Legends of Texas.

About the Art

I seek to find the beauty in life’s messiness. This applies to my personal life as a wife and a mother, and it applies to my paintings. I allow myself the luxury of messing up every time I begin painting. I know it is going to happen anyway, so why try to prevent it? I now embrace it. “Messes” and “mistakes” in art pose interesting and engaging design challenges to me. They are beautiful through my eyes. Flaws. Imperfections. It is what I find so attractive in humans, and it is what I love most about my art. I am excited by the freshness and the newness that is presented to me through them. I love to allow spontaneous color and line grow from my paintbrush, as if they are being born onto my canvas from nothing… nothing but childlike imagination and acceptance.



mmorton @ m-architects.com





Located in Fifth Ward Hotel 1206 Nance




Missions 4 NewLife

M4NL thrives due to the hard work of many talented and gifted volunteers who serve at the New Life Center. Financial donations from sponsors is an excellent way to support people from all walks of life and every corner of the planet looking for ways of expressing themselves through the arts—music, performance, visual, writing, culinary, gardening, horticulture — Visit our Community Garden.  Sow Seeds for the Harvest. 

     Together, we can make Art powerful Medicine









Located in M4NL Warehouse 805 Hardy Street



Zink X Lashley, Jajah Gray.









O'Kane Gallery


Richard Stout

Sense of Home: The Art of Richard Stout

Opening Reception: October, 11 6:00 p.m.  to 8:00 p.m
Exhibition Dates: October 11 - December 6, 2018

O'Kane Gallery Talk with Richard Stout and Sarah Beth Wilson,
Curator of Exhibits and Collections for the
Art Museum of Southwest Texas on October 24 at noon.

"Sense of Home: The Art of Richard Stout" is a traveling exhibition organized by the Art Museum of Southeast Texas in Beaumont, Texas. The show premiered in the Art Museum of Southeast Texas in 2017 and was subsequently exhibited at the Art Museum of South Texas in Corpus Christi. The exhibition makes its final stop at the O'Kane Gallery, University of Houston-Downtown. It showcases one of Texas's most significant artists to emerge from the last century and includes paintings and sculptures produced since the mid-1950s.

image: Night Fishing, 2004, Acylic on canvas, 48 x 60". Collection of Barry and Judy Rose, Boise, Idaho.

(713) 221-8042





Located in University of Houston Downtown One Main Street

UHD directions

Free UHD parking for artcrawlhouston2015.






Super Happy Fun Land is Houston's venue for experimental electronic music, underground jazz, and outsider art! Featuring: 
Super Happy Theater with room for 290 folks, SHFL Art Gallery,
Super Fun Patio, and

SHFL Lending Library.
A great place for fundraisers and private parties!

Featuring Ken Jones

info @ superhappyfunland.com


Located in Super Happy Fun Land 3801 Polk Street


The Artist Gallery @ Hardy & Nance Studios


Hardy Street Studios now joins Nance Street Studios in Houston's historic, downtown art/warehouse district to provide 15,000sf of good, affordable, air-conditioned working space for area artists. All under one big roof. It is already home to painters, sculptors, jewelry makers, fabric artists, photographers & videographers, and the space will accommodate most visual arts media.


hoteltango88 @ yahoo.com




Located in The Hardy & Nance Studios 902 Hardy at Nance



"Body Language Figures of speech" @ Mother Dog Studios


"the best picture of the human soul is the human body."
george bernard shaw

Katy Anderson, Yousef Balat, Suzanne Banning,Tanna Bennett, N. Blanca, Magdalene Boltz-Wilson, Emily Burgess, Andreś and Camila Carrette, Jefferson Carroll, Fernando Casas, Penny Cerling, Mark Cervenka, Liz Conces Spencer, Lacey Crawford, Chris Dethloff Greene, Peter Dickson, Alix Dunn, Carter Ernst, Leslie Field, Jo Ann Fleischhauer, Richard E. Fluhr, Mary Forbes, Jeffery Forster, Tarina Frank, Ken Frederick, Hazel Ganze, Dixie Friend Gay, Martha Gibson, Wayne Gilbert, Tim Glover, Ron Gordon Michael Golden, Ivy Elizabeth Greer, Mitch Samuels grystar, Tristan Hadley, Bill W. Hailey, Barbara Hall, Mary Margaret Hansen, Barbara Harmer, Sarah Hazel, Anne Reese Hernandez, Gene Hester, Keith Hollingsworth, Daniel Johnson, Charles Jones, Corinne Jones, Solomon Kane,Stephen P. Keller, Paul Kittelson, Sharon Kopriva, Len Kowitz, George Krause, Steven Lesser, Liza Littlefield, Marguerite Locke, Zoanna Daluz Maney, Ken Mazzu, Randall McCabe, Trina McIsaac, Patrick Medrano, Bill Meek, Jo El Mercer, Allison Miller, Randall Mosman, Maxine C. Mueller, Audrey Niederlitz, Jim Nolan, Ellen Orseck, Sherry Owens, Grace Phillips, Silvia Pinto Souza, Linda Post, Cynthia Reid, Carol Rensink, Keith Roy, John Runnels, Charlie Jean Sartwelle, Mireille Schellhorn, Louise Schlachter, Tim Schneider, Judith Shamp, John Slaby, Tra' Slaughter, T. Smith, Earl Staley, Frances Carter Stephens, Donna Villarreal, Frank Sherwood White, Ed Wilson, Elena Cusi Wortham, Jo Zider.


motherdogstudios @ earthlink.net



Located in The MotherDogStudios 720 Walnut


The Silo, the Place where the improbable becomes the possible.

From the ashes of Comet Rice Mill came a unique venue for the arts and education.
A hybird place that fosters creativity and allow for new fronters of expresion and education. Current and Past programs feature: Urban Farming, Film production, Movie viewing , Music, Videos, Weddings, Receptions, Photo Shoots, Memorials, Parties , Classes and Workshops all on our 7 acres.


This year The Silo is featuring:, Gerardo Bolanos, Kenneth Crimmins, Erik Croissant, Arianna Leigh, Steve Mathis Sr., Sabrina Leal Sloss, LaToya Smith .

kfjc @ aol.com


Located in The Silo 4601 Clinton Drive
















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