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Risk, Face Your Fears
Artist RISK's Face Your Fears is just one of the many jaw-dropping works on display as part of West Chelsea's "Concrete to Canvas" exhibition.  Courtesy of West Chelsea Contemporary
Amado M. Peña's Ms: Artesanos de Colores
Assemblage Contemporary's retrospective of artist Amado M. Peña's works includes many pieces that are a tribute to the Native American community. Assemblage Contemporary Craftsman Gallery
Linda Wandt, "My Sister Subconscious"
Linda Wandt is one of several artists whose works are on display as part of “The Art of Peace” exhibition at the Dougherty. Linda Wandt Fine Art
Katy Horan's "In the Attic"
Artist Katy Horan's "Rooms" exhibition explores difficult life struggles. This piece is entitled In the Attic. grayDUCK Gallery
Terry Allen, MemWars
Terry Allen's "MemWars" exhibition at the Blanton includes the artist setting his work to music. Blanton Museum of Art
Will Klemm's Taos Mountain
Will's Klemm's exhibition at Wally Workman features an array of New Mexico-influenced works, like Taos Mountain. Wally Workman Gallery
Sarah Hirneisen, "Preserved"
Jonas Criscoe's Sunset juxtaposes with Sarah Hirneisen's Preserved, both part of the “Worn, Torn, Cut & Calloused” exhibition. ICOSA Collective Gallery
Brooke MacKenzie
Artist Brooke Mackenzie's work is part of “The Maximalists” exhibition at Lydia Street Gallery.  Lydia Street Gallery
Mystery and Benevolence exhibition
The Bullock's "Mystery and Benevolence" exhibition features items associated with Freemasonry and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.  Bullock Texas State History Museum/Instagram