Assistance League of Houston Celebrates Texas Art 2020

Juror Anna Katz and Assistance League of Houston Celebrates Texas Art Chair Jaci Day in front of "Ruby Canyon" by Frances Stephens

Our Mission

Assistance League of Houston Celebrates Texas Art is a juried art show that showcases work of today’s artists and presents opportunities for rising Texas artists to be discovered. In 2020, 899 submissions were received, of those only 64 pieces of art were chosen to exhibit. A First, Second and Third Place winner will be announced

Assistance League of Houston Celebrates Texas Art 2020

Opening night reception to the Art Show will be Thursday, January 16, 2020.This is our 50th year of Celebrating Texas Art Show! Three winners will be announced at the opening reception along with four scholarship winners.

Last years winners were;

First place: Nela Garzon, Nni adinma

Second place: Esther Delaquis-Baidoo, Hair day1

Third Place: Mike Nahm, Soaked

News & Events

Nela Garzon wins ALH Celebrates Texas Art Show

Nela Garzon won first place in our art show.  She is in a long line of emerging artists who have participated in the event’s 49 years.  The show held at KBR Tower, from January until mid March, featured 53 entries from 346 artists who submitted 899 works.  First, second and third place awards are given […]

Assistance League of Houston Celebrates Texas Art Show 2019

    January 17—March 15, 2019 KBR Tower 601 Jefferson Sally Reynolds, Curator Gallery Hours: Mon—Fri 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. OPENING RECEPTION Thursday, January 17, 2019 6:00 p.m.—8:30 p.m. Award Presentation: 7:00 p.m. JUROR Jennie Goldstein Assistant Curator, Whitney Museum of American Art New York, New York Artwork available for purchase A portion of […]

Support for the Arts

July started with a bang when we found out that not only was Sally Sprout, our curator for nearly 20 years, retiring, but Williams Tower was not going to continue with the gallery as they have done in the past. We had to do a lot of scrambling but Brookfield Properties and Sally Reynolds stepped […]