Guiton St. Artist Interview

The first in a series of artist interviews by the Guiton St. Artists.

This series of interviews features resident artists.

The Guiton St. Artists are a group of representational, impressionist and abstract artists whose studio is located in the West Loop Building at Guiton Street, in Houston, Texas. The studios are off Richmond and the 610 Loop.

In 1996, artist Bruce Williamson moved into the building and established his studio in the Galleria area. He has taught many artists and some of these artists later followed him to Guiton Street.

Work shown by Ratliff, Buikema, and André

Today, 20 artists studio in the building and receive visitors by invitation or appointment. The annual show initially held by Bruce Williamson grew to become a studio open house event. The open house is now held two times a year opening studios to the public in the spring and fall. Artists also hold individual exhibitions throughout the year.

Guiton St. Artists
West Loop Building
4848 Guiton St.
Houston, Texas 77027

About The Artist

Houston, Texas A classical artist and writer that delves in sustainability issues and natural health practices.
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