Please join us Saturday January 16th 11:00 am to 1:00 pm for an artist’s reception:

KYUNG-LIM LEE Recent Drawings

The subject of my work continues to be about the relationship between thought and image.  An image drawn on paper can be of a metaphysical existence or an archetypal state of being.  Drawing makes it possible to imagine such time and space.

Born in Korea, Lee lives and works in New York and Arizona.  This is her second solo exhibition at Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery.  Her prints and drawings are in private collections nationwide and in museum collections including the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.  More images of her work can be viewed here.


Please join us Saturday December 5th from 11 am to 1 pm

above: Matthew Sontheimer Welcome Back Foreigner

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Update: From the Houston Chronicle

Will Henry Southwestern Painting

Above: Will Henry A Burning Man 2009

Below: Will Henry Prehistoric Astronomy in the Southwest 2009


Will Henry "A Burning Man" 2009 gouache on paper 15 x 30"

Will Henry "Black Sunday" 2009 gouache on paper 12 x 12"

Will Henry "Campfire for FR" 2009 gouache on paper 22 x 25"

Will Henry "Junction" 2009 gouache on paper 18 x 16"

Will Henry "Motorway to Roswell" 2009 gouache on paper 15 x 30"

Will Henry "Prehistoric Astronomy in the Southwest" 2009 gouache on paper 30 x 30"

Will Henry "Prop" 2009 gouache on paper 12 x 20"

Will Henry "Southwestern Painting" 2009 gouache on paper 12 x 10"

Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of paper works by Kate Shepherd.  Born in 1961, the artist lives and works in New York and  has had solo exhibitions at the Chinati Foundation (Marfa, Texas) and Lannan Foundation (Santa Fe).  She is in the collection of MFA Boston, The LA County Museum of Art and numerous public and private collections worldwide.


The current exhibition is drawn from a body of work produced at Dieu Donne Lab Grant Program, which provides  mid-career artists with a twelve-day residency to collaborate in hand papermaking.  Dieu Donne, located in New York, is a nonprofit workspace founded in 1976 and dedicated to the “creation, promtion, and preservation of contemporary art in the hand-papermaking process.”

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An opening reception for the exhibition will be on Saturday November 7th from 11 am to 1 pm.


The exhibition will be on view through December 3rd.

Brooke Stroud

June 2009

On view through July 31st: Brooke Stroud New Works on Paper

Brooke Stroud installation view

Brooke Stroud installation view

Brooke Stroud "The Wreckage" 2009

Brooke Stroud "The Wreckage" 2009