Art Shows

Get Out the White Linen! Houston Art & Photography

It is that time of year again! This Saturday, August 1st, from 6-10pm is White Linen Night in the Heights! Come on out to the studio at 1024 Studewood and join us for it! This year, our featured artist is JenXer (Jennifer Mathis), whose paintings and resin figures are fabulous! I am so excited about this opportunity to share her work with everyone! Also on display for sale throughout our space will be fine art photography by both Elaine & myself.

We’ll have desserts by Porch Swing Desserts (perfect for wedding favors!), beer from Saint Arnolds, wine, water and more!

This is a great chance to check out the studio space that I use for my Boudoir sessions too and to meet me in case you wanted to do that before booking your own session and taking advantage of the Beat the Heat $100 off sale!

Wait, what is White Linen Night? From what I’ve been told, it started in New Orleans as an event in the French Quarter. You would put on your white linen – the coolest clothing option in the summer heat – and visit the local art galleries. Over time, this tradition has come to Houston and it is a fun and fantastic event! Shops all around the Heights will be open, there will lots of live music, a trolley to take you from place to place (we’re right across the street from the stop at Hello Lucky!), the First Saturday Art Market on 19th St that Elaine & I have been at the past two years, and so much more!

And yes, many people that come out for it do, in fact, wear either white linen or something else white.

Want to join us? Feel free to RSVP via our Facebook Event Page, leave a comment here, or just show up! We look forward to seeing you!

White Linen Night in the Heights - Houston Art & Photography

By Christine

Business Coach for Local Businesses, founder of the InstaLocal System, and Best-Selling Author. Blogger since 2000, I named WordPress. (Yes. Really.) My Superpower: Helping Local Business owners like you use the power of story to magnetize clients and dominate your market. It is time to stop believing the lies of the Perfection Culture. I live in Houston, Texas when I'm not on a road trip adventure in my Mini Cooper.

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