Featuring artworks by
William Guest’s sculptures consist primarily of horses and offer metaphorical ways to think about these beautiful, graceful animals. He works in oil-based clay which in due course is cast in bronze. His inspiration and love of horses stems from years of playing polo, and participation as an active member of The Houston Polo Club.
As a photographer, Mike Stude’s focus illustrates his passion for the beauty of Texas culture, its vast landscape, and the life of cowboys who have worked the ranch for decades. This collection highlights the historic Texas cowboy as a figure of significance and legend, and born from a tradition of grit, determination, and skill in equal measure.
The Gallery at MATCH
3400 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77002
Exhibit Hours, June 25-30:
Saturday, 10am - Noon
Street parking is available, as well as paid garage parking (entrance on Travis, south of Holman).
Mercury is pleased to feature the fine art of two cultural aficionados who share our love of the visual and performing arts.
For more information call 713-533-0080.