In the galleries: ‘Evolving Traditions’ from a nontraditional artist

May 11, 2018 - Mark Jenkins

The traditional element in Takefumi Hori’s art is gold and occasionally silver leaf, applied with a nontraditional abandon. The artist, also a Japan-rooted New Yorker, splits Long View Gallery’s “Heavy Metal” with Eve Stockton, whose recent woodcut prints employ organic forms and silver ink.

Hori applies metal leaf thickly and unevenly, sometimes scrawling atop the surface. If the nuances are spontaneous, the layouts are tidy. The painter sometimes bisects his compositions, grounding fields of messy gold at the top with blocks of strong, single-color pigment on the bottom. Hori’s calligraphic gestures verge on the chaotic, but they’re contained in a strictly geometric cosmos.

Summer Shows are Announced!

May 1, 2018

The 14th Annual Fête


Opening Reception: Saturday, June 30th

5 - 8 pm

This July, we are bringing you the 14th Annual Fête, a provocative exhibition of the newest works by gallery artists who are actively shaping the meaning of “contemporary art” in the 21st Century. 

The collection will span an array of mediums including pastel, watercolor, charcoal, vintage maps, driftwood, mixed media, bronze and more.


HELEN DURANT: Untamed Beasts


Opening Reception: Thursday, July 19th

5 - 8 pm



DENNIS HLYNSKY: Tracing the Ephemeral


Opening Reception: Thursday, August 18th 

5 - 8 pm



KOLLABS: Urban Kingdom


Opening Reception: Thursday, August 18th

5 - 8 pm


HEATHER JANSCH: Transatlantic


Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 7th



February 28, 2018

Can you name five women artists?


Winter shows are announced!

November 30, 2017

BRIGHT & BEAUTIFUL:  A Holiday Group Exhibition

Opening Reception & Holiday Party

Thursday December 21st, 2017

5 - 8 pm

Join us in celebration of the holiday season with beautiful new art from a selection of gallery artists.  Featuring new work from Hung Liu, Miya Ando, Les Thomas, Casey Vogt, Claire Brewster, Peter Hoffer, Helen Durant, Monica Aiello, Tyler Aiello, Ted Gall, Susan Goldsmith, Sarah Hillock, Jeremy Houhgton, KOLLABS, Donald Martiny, Caprice Pierucci, Angie Renfro, Jason Rohlf, and JenMarie Zeleznak.



HUNT SLONEM: Multiplicity

Opening Reception: Thursday, February 15, 2018

5 - 8 pm

Diehl Gallery presents a new exhibition of Hunt Slonem’s work that looks at his enduring theme of repetition and multiplicity.  Slonem’s perception of the worlds around him bring out aspects that go unnoticed by the everyday observer.  As noted in The Worlds of Hunt Slonem, Slonem’s “work is characterized by both consistency and variety”.  His multitudes of rabbits, seemingly exploding from the canvas, his lush shimmering birds that beg to be touched, all create a pattern of recognition. 



Selections from the Stacks

March 22, 2017

Every quarter the staff at Diehl Gallery will give you a glimpse into some of their favorite pieces.  This quarter, Gallery Assistant Chloe Probst shares five of the works that have caught her eye. 


A Connection to the Past

February 1, 2017

Allow us to show you just how prevalent the art of yesterday is with our contemporary work today!


Selections from the Stacks

January 5, 2017

Every quarter the staff at Diehl Gallery will give you a glimpse into some of their favorite pieces.  This quarter, Sales Manager Kiera Wakeman shares five of the works that have caught her eye. 


Upcoming Exhibition. Caprice Pierucci: Against the Grain

July 14, 2016

This July, Diehl Gallery will transform into a sculpture garden with a solo exhibit of works by celebrated Austin-based sculptor Caprice Pierucci. Starting July 21, the gallery’s exhibition space will be splashed with intricately carved, woven wooden forms and lace-like wooden tapestries.


“Caprice Pierucci’s sold-out exhibition in 2013 was a huge success and our collectors were tremendously impressed with her lyrical, graceful, and astoundingly well-executed works.  We’re thrilled to bring her back for her second solo exhibition at the gallery.” —Mariam Diehl, Diehl Gallery Owner


Three(Plus) Reasons to Venture to Teton Village this Summer

July 8, 2016

This summer, Diehl Gallery is working with Hotel Terra and Grand Teton Music Festival to host a series of solo artist exhibitions at the Tram Club at Teton Village—provocative, contemporary art displayed in Teton Village. Want more? Read on, Diehl friends.  


Creatures of the Canvas

June 27, 2016

This post is an ode to the creatures of the canvas and to the artists who capture them, in essence or detail, between layers of pigment.