For over two decades, Gallery Row, located at the intersection of Lake and Colquitt Streets north of Highway 59, has been known as an established arts destination among culture-savvy Houstonians. Housed in a postmodern structure by Arquitectonica, door-to-door shops include longtime favorite Moody Gallery (seen here), which has exhibited works by Texas artists such as Al Souza, known for his jigsaw puzzle paintings, since 1975. There’s also Thornwood, the place to find cutting-edge sculpture among other mediums, and Parkerson Gallery, where city residents go for nineteenth- and twentieth-century American and European art, as well as rare estate finds.
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