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Exhibition: Where Shadows Cease - The Work of Susan Burnstine at Catherine Couturier Gallery


  • Catherine Couturier Gallery 2635 Colquitt Street Houston, TX, 77098 United States (map)

Susan Burnstine’s third solo exhibit of her new color work Where Shadows Cease will be on display at Catherine Couturier Gallery in Houston, Texas from May 18th - June 22nd, 2019. There will be an opening reception where you can meet Susan while taking in her work on May 18th, 2019 from 6:00 to 9:00pm.

Regular Viewing Hours:
Thursdays – Saturdays, 10:00am to 5:00pm

About Susan Burnstine:

Susan Burnstine is an internationally exhibited and published fine art photographer hailing from the great city of Chicago, now based in Los Angeles.

If you are unfamiliar with Susan’s work, just the slightest glimpse of her work would have you hooked on the lyrical worlds she creates. She has spent most of her life perfecting her home-made camera photographic creations as an outlet to cope with dreams and nigh terrors, associated with a traumatic event at just four years old. Her artistic abilities have developed into both a healing process for herself and as inspiration to other artists for her ability to compose stunning and ethereal images from her experiences. She is a master of taking her subconscious and forging it into an incredible array of conceptual landscapes and unforgettable scenes.

About Catherine Couturier Gallery:
Catherine Couturier Gallery is located in Houston, Texas and specializes in classic 20th-century photography and contemporary work of the highest quality.

Formerly John Cleary Gallery, their doors were opened in 1996, at their current location on Gallery Row. The gallery quickly evolved into the premier photography gallery in Houston. John sadly passed away in 2008 after a one-month battle with pancreatic cancer but not before insuring the gallery’s future by passing the torch to Catherine Couturier.

Under her ownership, the gallery has evolved to embrace both that which John and her both loved (mid-century French street photography and portraits of children, to name two) and more contemporary art that was always her area of expertise. The range of work represented is broader, and her eye is apparent on every wall and in every bin. It is now very much Catherine Couturier Gallery, and I she is proud to put her name on this group of artists and these works of art represented by the gallery.