Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Going East on I-10, take the McKee/Hardy/Nance Street Exit (the very first one after the "Downtown" Exit)...go straight ahead on the off ramp one block to the first Stop Sign, and we are right in front of you on the left.
Click Here for a Google Map to Hardy & Nance Studios
Click on the ArtCrawl Dame below for all the details about ArtCrawl2012 at Hardy & Nance!
Get ready for "the Big One"!
ArtCrawl 2012 is coming soon to an Urban Art Colony near you soon.
This will be the TWENTIETH ANNUAL ArtCrawl Houston and we intend to really blow it out this year. More artists, more art, more music, more cool happenings, more of everything!
Watch for upcoming Emails, flyers, posters and more.
Hardy & Nance Studios will once again host our portion of this event for two fabulously marvelous days...
Saturday November 17th - 10am to 10pm
Sunday November 18th - Noon to 5pm
Plan now for the biggest, baddest, bestest and FREEest art trip in town! Right here in the heart of Houston's own Historic Downtown Art Warehouse District.
"Wow...I had no idea Houston had anything this cool" - Overheard every year...come see for yourself.
Hardy & Nance Studios
Click Names to Visit Their Websites
Hardy Street Side of Studio:
Studio #1 - Amie Williams
Studio #2 - Thomas Campbell
Studio #3 - Isabelle Dupuy
Studio #4 - Robert Copeland
Studio #5 - Rachel Rogers
Studio #6 - Lauren Collignon
Studio #7 - Kenneth Hudson
Studio #8 - Rome Wilkerson
Studio #9 - Galina Kurlat & Theresa Escobeto & Bryan Forrester
Studio #10 - Curtis Christianson
Studio #11 - Tracey Bautista
Studio #12 - Erin McCall & Charlotte Elliff
Studio #13 - Celeste Tamariello & Dennis DeSilva
Studio #14 - Claire Richards & Jason Ransom
Studio #15 - Dana Frazier Samuelson & Pizo Meyer
Studio #16 - John Schiffmayer
Studios #17 - Amy Gilbert & Lan Norwood
Studio #18 - Edgar Medina
Studio #20 - Justin Garcia
Studio #21 - Anita Varadaraju
Studio #22 - The Artists' Gallery
Studio #23- Alexandra Sivov & Kelyne Reis
Studio #24 - Justin Garcia
Nance Street Side of Studio:
Studios A, C, D & E - Joana Esteves & Mark Roden (aka; JoMar Visions)
Studio B - Donald R Tucker
Studio G - Diana Simonetta - Diedra Lizcano
Calendar of Events
Click the link below to see upcoming events that the artists at Hardy & Nance Street Studios are either participating in or presenting. Shows, Openings, Charity Events, etc., whether here or elsewhere.
Check out our "Third Saturdays Open Studios" event. Every month you will have the opportunity to meet with our artists-in-residence, talk shop, peruse their wares and deal with them directly. Get your art right at the source. Shop the Urban Underground!
Click Here for Our 2012 Calendar of Events
Click the street sign above for a wrap-up of the 2011 'Crawl! _______________________________________________________
Click the street sign above for a wrap-up of the 2010 'Crawl!
And the ArtCrawl went GREEN in 2010!
The UAW (Urban Art Warriors) In Action. No Union dues required.
Click here to view our 2009 ArtCrawl page!
Studio spaces starting at $200 a month.
Many sizes & configurations. Some with in-studio plumbing.
Hardy & Nance Studios is located in Houston's historic, Downtown Art Warehouse District to provide good, affordable working space for area artists. Award winning painters, sculptors, jewelry designers, videographers & photographers are already in residence at Hardy & Nance and the spaces will accommodate most visual arts media.
Studio Space Update: September 2012
We are full at the moment. But if you would like to get more info or add your name to our waiting list, shoot an Email to...
Well...FotoFest 2010 is over & done. But you can check out the artists and see a few pix from our 2010 showings by clicking the link below
Click here for artists info & pix about FotoFest 2010 at The Hardy & Nance Studio Complex !
New Feature...Our very own Classified Pages! There's Free Stuff Too!
Whether you want to buy, sell, trade, give away, swap or whatever...The Hardy & Nance Classified Pages are the best deal in town. They are free and meant to serve the artists-in-residence here.
Click Here for the Classifieds!
Working Artists' Studios with a Touch of Rugged Industrial Cool.
And yes...we have a thing about big, old & funky doors.
Studio 16 - This door is 10' tall, 6' wide & rolls back on overhead rails.
Studio 17 - An ancient 7' x 8' metal clad, rolling fire door that was original to this 1930's warehouse
Studio C It's ART Pilgrim.
Studio B - Another 6' wide x 10' rolling door
...and, one of the studios on the Nance Street side of the building.
Posted by Donald R. Tucker at 9:50 PM