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Marshall Harris signs with Nicole Longnecker Gallery

Nicole Longnecker Gallery is proud to announce representation of 2013 Hunting Award winner Marshall Harris.

On the heels of his successful exhibit Not a Statistical Interstices, Nicole Longnecker has added the multi-media Fort Worth-based artist Marshall Harris to her group of represented artists. Primarily known for his hyper-realistic graphite on mylar drawings, Harris also produces unique urethane resin castings through The Treague Project series.

 “I am pleased to add Marshall to our group of artists,” stated gallery owner Nicole Longnecker. “Marshall's work has grown in scope and he continues to stretch his artist talents with his new work, which our collectors will find his compelling and intriguing. His new Duet Series of graphite drawings on mylar are very strong and create an amazing focal point while focusing on the smallest detail of the subject.”

Nicole Longnecker Gallery is located in the heart of Houston's Gallery Row near the intersection of Kirby and Richmond. Our gallery offers a wide range of contemporary artistic ideas in various media by artists on both a national and international level. We are committed to presenting the finest work possible from established and emerging artists.


Nicole Longnecker Gallery, 2625 Colquitt St., Houston TX, 77098 
Gallery is open 11am – 5pm Tuesday through Saturday or by appointment.



Houston Press Music Awards

This past Sunday night, 52 bands took the stage at eleven different venues to perform for votes to be the best band in Houston. With a single pass getting you into each venue, it was easy for any music lover to pull a Michael Jackson and OVERDOSE...wait...too soon?? oh well anyway,  It was impossible to see all the fantastic musicians, but STP Images shot a few venues including the House of Blues and the Hard Rock Cafe.

While the event was rather spread out, there were several clubs that were within walking distance of each other and made jumping from band to band much easier. The Houston Press also provided little pocket schedules for everyone, although it made me feel a bit like a high school freshman trying to triangulate where we were and where we needed to be!

Momentum Audi sponsored the event and provided a hospitality room at the Founder’s Room at the House of Blues. It was a great night of entertainment! There were a lot of things done right by the organizers, but there are some things that can be improved for next year as well. Take a look at a few of the bands we caught. Some of the shots below include Beetle, LL Cooper, Indiginis, D.R.U.M., Peekaboo Theoryand Mechanical Boy.