IEI Austin Gallery @ Immediatag is a new gallery in Austin, Texas featuring contemporary art from emerging, mid career and established artists. The gallery is the latest contributor to the creative community centered around Canopy at 916 Springdale Road in East Austin. It is presented as part of a collaboration between IEI Austin, a design firm focused on sustainability, and Immediatag, a software and services company offering mobile design services to cultural institutions. Join the crowd on Saturday, August 24th for the Canopy premier of IEI’s new show, featuring artists Adela Andea and Casey Diebold and catch Big Medium‘s 2013 Texas Biennial celebration of contemporary art while you’re checking out the new studios. A sneak peek of Casey Diebold’s paintings and Adla Andea’s neon sculptures are shown below.
It’s Environmentally Inspired (IEI Austin) launched the first of many notable events with a sustainably themed premier of diverse artworks at the townhome of Larry Graeber at 410 E. 6th St. The townhouse itself is an innovative, multistoried testament to Graeber’s vision and design elegance. Rhonda Rougeau, the director and founder of IEI Austin is a Louisianan and hails most recently from Houston where she led the Hive Houston‘s sustainability initiative. As a LEED certified interior designer and experienced project and marketing director, Rhonda showcases an impressive collection of artists who use repurposed materials to every imaginative advantage. My sauntering perspective from the February 7th gallery opening can be seen below, but there are many other entertaining opportunities this month to enjoy at this must see show.