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Special Collections

February 13, 2020

We are excited to announce that all media associated with Sandi Seltzer Bryant has been archived by the University of Houston Libraries Special Collections!  


The Special Collections preserves, safeguards, organizes, and describes materials in our collecting areas, making them available for current and future generations. They also support the teaching and research activities for the University of Houston, and serve as a resource for the scholarly community and the general public.

April 03, 2019

Today we’d like to introduce you to Sandi Seltzer Bryant.

January 13, 2018

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Reception for the artist: 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Continues through Saturday, February 17

Exhibition catalogue will be available

Open Studios

On the second Saturday of each month, from 12:00 to 5:00 PM, the artists at Sawyer Yards open their studios to the public. This represents a wonderful opportunity for Houston's art lovers to view the work of the largest collection of fine artists in the city. I invite each of you to join stop by Studio 5 in Winter Street and say hello!

A Celebration of the 10-Year Anniversay of Winter Street Studios

Featuring profiles of the nineteen original Winter Street artists and their work.

Click here to order the book.

By Molly Glentzer

July 24, 2015

Developer Jon Deal and several collaborators are creating a 36-acre "creative campus" called Sawyer Yards where people can eat, drink, shop and visit more than 300 studios. The total investment represented in the preliminary plan - including loft apartments and a parking structure - could exceed $100 million at current land values, Deal estimates.

Art City Rising

by Catherine Anspon

Paper City Magazine

December 2014

Page 80-81

A profile of one of the most ambitious art districts in America: Sawyer Yards

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Featured Artist in AGASart Magazine

Art Galleries & Artists of the South

Volume 10, Issue 2, 2013

Page 18

Since 2005, Winter Street Studios has been, and continues to be, one of the most exciting work spaces for Houston’s creative community. An old furniture factory scheduled for demolition has become the home of 75 art studios for over 87 local artists. They have cultivated a unique and productive space where both established and emerging artists, organizers, and visionaries thrive in what they desire to do—make art. 

Exhibited at McMurtrey Gallery

A showcase of new work, in mixed media, as exhibited at McMurtrey Gallery in Houston, Texas in 2012.

Please click here to view and purchase the book.

by Harriet Alexander

December 10, 2012

I first came into contact with the work of Sandi Seltzer Bryant more than ten years ago.  My husband and I bought one of our first abstract paintings from the McMurtrey Gallery who was having a show of Bryant’s work when we first arrived in Houston.

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Houston Chronicle

November 11, 2011

WHO: Artist Sandi Seltzer Bryant

WHAT SHE LOVES: The Chocolate Bar, 1835 W. Alabama and 2521 University Blvd.

WHY SHE LOVES IT: Seltzer Bryant started loving the Chocolate Bar when it opened on West Alabama. She has a favorite everything (ice cream, candy, drink, present, night to visit).

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Paper City Magazine

January, 2011

Featuring an acrylic on paper in the second-floor living room.

Hats Off to Houston

Two events with one goal: To support Houston Greeters’ mission to enhance the city’s image, contribute to cross-cultural understanding and share Houston’s cultural assets. An online celebrity hat auction raised money for Houston Greeters.

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