J. C. Howard Water Expression Art Reception

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J. C. Howard   Water Expression   Art Reception
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J.C. Howard’s inspiration for each piece in the collection entitled "water Expressions", comes from observations of water and how it can give life and can take life; reflect beauty while sustaining vast amounts of beauty. She is acclaimed for her vitality of colors, strength of composition and variety of subject matter. She has created vivid animated characters in both traditional two-dimension and modern computerized three-dimension while working in several studios. Her talent involves an amazing understanding of storytelling. Recently, Howard has returned to her love for drawing in soft pastels that previously won her honors. Many are held in corporate and private collections. Harold’s owner, Alli Jarrett selected Howard’s work for a solo show in February as a part of her ongoing effort to support local artists and the art community. J.C.Howard’s series “Water Expressions” was chosen after carefully reviewing her previous and current works of art and learning that she has developed quite a following. Many of her fans and collectors contacted Harold’s directly to express their excitement in seeing the new collection on exhibit at Harold’s. Harold’s in the Heights is a name Houstonians have been familiar with for over half a century. Harold Wiesenthal was an iconic figure in The Heights neighborhood, and was instrumental in creating and fostering the Texan hospitality the neighborhood has become known for. Located on 19th Street, just 10 minutes from downtown and the Galleria, Harold’s in the Heights provides a unique environment for an art gallery by containing it within the social environment of a bar and restaurant. Harold’s continues to showcase local talent and this one will be one to see. The gallery is in the main dining area located upstairs above Alli’s Pizzaria. Harold’s is located at Suite C3, 350 W 19th St, Houston, TX 77008. They are open most days from 11-10pm. “Water Expressions” opens Tuesday, February 2, 2016 and will be on exhibit until February 28. 2016.
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