Deborah Colton Gallery

An international contemporary art gallery whose diverse practices include painting, works on paper, sculpture, video, photography, performance, conceptual future media and public space installations.

Deborah Colton Gallery is an international contemporary fine arts gallery based in Houston, Texas. The owner, Deborah M. Colton, established the business in 1998 while living in Asia, and then started sponsoring exhibitions in the United States in 2000 after moving back to Houston. Over the years, Deborah Colton Gallery has sponsored numerous exhibitions world-wide that featured artists from the United States, Asia, the Middle East – Arab world, Russia, Canada, Latin America and Europe, with the goal of encouraging more understanding and cross cultural exchange through the arts.


Deborah Colton Gallery is founded on being an innovative showcase for ongoing presentation and promotion of strong historical and visionary contemporary artists, whose diverse practices include painting, works on paper, sculpture, video, photography, performance and conceptual future media and public space installations. In addition to the Gallery’s stable of artists, Deborah Colton Gallery provides consultation services on regional, national and international level to individuals, corporations and institutions so they can start to acquire specific major works through a comprehensive program of collecting.



Image Captions

  1. Dorothy Hood, Comet Tangled in the Sun, 1975, Oil on Canvas, 120 x 96 Inches.
  2. Angelbert Metoyer, Roots in Mind series, 2015, Mixed Media and Oil on Canvas, 72 x 48 Inches.
  3. Dick Wray, Untitled, 2005, Oil on Canvas, 60 x 48 Inches.
  4. Sharon Kopriva, Hallowed Grounds, 2018, Oil and Mixed Media on Canvas, 52 x 88 x 5 Inches.
  5. Oleg Dou, Ronald 2, 2008, C-Print Face Mounted with Acrylic, Edition 3/6, 47 x 47 Inches.
  6. Lowell Boyers, Vessels, 2018, Acrylic Paint, Resin, Watercolor and Ink on Canvas, 58 x 76 Inches.
  7. Ann Harithas, Iron Horse, 2012, Digital Collage on Painted Canvas with Acrylic,  44 x 30 Inches.
  8. Amita Bhatt, No Straight Answers, 2014, Oil on Canvas, 48 x 48 Inches.
  9. Ivan Plusch, Room 6, 2014, Acrylic on Canvas, 78 x 58 Inches.
  10. Bert L. Long, Jr., The History of Painting #1, 2008, Acrylic on Canvas, 48 x 48 Inches.
  11. Jesse Lott, Big Girl - A Tribute to Eula Love, 1980, Copper, Aluminum, Steel, Wire with Found Objects, 70 x 60 x 24 Inches.
  12. Ushio Shinohara, Trapeze Artists, 2020, Acrylic on Canvas, 56 x 72 Inches.
  13. Noriko Shinohara, The Metamorphosis of Cutie, 2019, Oil on Canvas, 72 x 110 Inches.
  14. Olga Tobreluts, Heart 2, 2014 - 2015, Oil on Canvas, 77.9 x 74 Inches.
  15. Perry House, Untitled, 1984, Acrylic on Canvas, 60 x 72 Inches.
  16. Virgil Grotfeldt, Seahorse, 2002, Bronze Powder and Acrylic on Canvas, 72 x 52 Inches.
  17. Jonas Mekas, Baby Jane (Jane Holzer) at Warhol Factory, Dec. 1964, 2013, Archival Photographic Print, Edition of 3 + 2 AP, 22 x 17 Inches
  18. Suzanne Anker, Remote Sensing #04, 2013, Acrylic Hand-Painted Plaster, Pigment, Resin, Glass Petri Dish, Glass Containers, 4 x 4 x 2 Inches.