CHIC Holiday Gift FIND:
Art in the City: 1950s, 60s, 70s
How did Houston become the renowned and thriving art metropolis it is today? HOUSTON REFLECTIONS brings together first-person accounts of Houston artists, art patrons, collectors, and enthusiasts as they remember their efforts to build a serious art community and find their place in it. Learn all of this and more through the words of the artists themselves in HOUSTON REFLECTIONS,
ART in the CITY, 1950’s, 60s and 70s by Sarah (Sally) C. Reynolds, award winning art curator, consultatnt and dealer.
This fascinating read, also comes with it’s own 18 hr. CD where art lovers can listen to their own words. Some other intriguing facts that you will find interesting within the pages of this book include many historical and informative trivia such as……… For the fashion-lovers……
**How did Houston’s art community garner enough attention to reach New York and bring ANDY WARHOL to our growing city?
**Which renowned artist in this book has been designing silk scarves for HERMES for decades?
………..and much more!
WHERE TO BUY IT? MFAH Bookstore
The Menil Collection
River Oaks Bookstore
WHERE YOU CAN River Oaks Bookstore
SEE SALLY? Saturday, Dec. 6th
2:30 till 4:30 p.m.
Book signing and meet the author