Hardy & Nance Studios
902 Hardy Street
Houston, TX 77020
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.
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Hardy & Nance Studios
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Hardy Street Side of Studio:
Studio #1 - Amie Williams
Studio #2 - Mary McCall
Studio #3 - Andrea Price
Studio #4 - Michelli Cockburn
Studio #5 - Kim Erickson
Studio #6 - Ted Hajjar
Studio #7 - Anne Marie D'Arcy
Studio #8 - Rome Wilkerson
Studio #9 - Galina Kurlat , Alex Barber & Theresa Escobeto
& Bryan Forrester
Studio #10 - Curtis Christianson
Studio #12 Lanecia Rouse
Studio #13 - Lizbeth Ortiz
Studio #14 - Claire Richards
Studio #15 - Penny McDonald
Studio #16 - Naz Kaya-Erdal
Studios #17 - Stacy Smith
Studio #18 - Jamey Franklin
Studio #20 - Kenneth Hudson & Roberto Tapia
Studio #21 - Cameron Doby
Studio #22 - The Artists' Gallery
Nance Street Side of Studio:
Studios D & E - Joana Esteves & Mark Roden (aka; JoMar Visions)
Studio G - L. Leon Sands
Studio H- Donald R Tucker
Studio I - Dana Frazier Samuelson & Pizo Meyer
Studio J - Audrey Omenson
Studio K - Rome Wilkerson
Studio L - Charlotte Elliff
Studio M - Elicia Garcia & Megan Badger
Studio N - Bryan Anderson
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Studio spaces starting at $250 a month.
Many sizes & configurations. Some with in-studio plumbing.
& 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.
If you would like to get more info or add your name to our waiting list, shoot an Email to...
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.