Have you ever cleaned up one of your cat’s hairballs and thought, “Oh yeah, art?” A new exhibition debuts at Galveston Arts Center on June 8th with a very curious title: “Cat Butt Parfait: Chuck & George Explore the Ecosystem of Domestic Feline Digestion.”
Chuck & George is the ongoing collaborative project of Brian Keith Jones and Brian Keith Scott. This fantasia is inspired by the parasites that populate the feline digestive system, but fear not: they promise that this is an exhibition filled with humor. Chuck & George use multiple media, including paintings, drawings, ceramics, and papier-mâché.
“Cat Butt Parfait” runs through August 18th. This exhibit is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Jeffrey Dell’s exhibition, “Maquette Moon,” continues in the Brown Foundation Gallery through July 7th. “Chris Bakay: The Tangibility of Memory” will be in 1878 Gallery.