AleatoricArtGallery

Beautiful Contemporary Art To Compliment Any Decor

Houston, Texas

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The Movement of Aleatoric Modern Artists is a new breed of risk takers who willingly allow the forces of natural chance to play a part in their work. When an element of uncertainty is intentionally incorporated into the concept and creation of a work of art, it is referred to as aleatoric. Examples of aleatoric methods can be seen in fine art from thousands of years past up to recent periods- the method became a popular style in the early 20th Century, and recently thanks to the dedicated efforts of its founders and members, MAMA boasts dozens of international representatives collaborating and creating beautiful works in a variety of disciplines, all with one thing in common- a collaboration with chance.

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Last updated on Jan 1, 2021

You found us already? Our beautiful new shop is now open for 2021! We are busy adding new works by our talented artists every day- if you see a few things you like, be sure to hit that heart button!
The Movement of Aleatoric Modern Artists is a new breed of risk takers who willingly allow the forces of natural chance to play a part in their work. When an element of uncertainty is intentionally incorporated into the concept and creation of a work of art, it is referred to as aleatoric. Examples of aleatoric methods can be seen in fine art from thousands of years past up to recent periods- the method became a popular style in the early 20th Century, and recently thanks to the dedicated efforts of its founders and members, MAMA boasts dozens of international representatives collaborating and creating beautiful works in a variety of disciplines, all with one thing in common- a collaboration with chance.

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THE EVEL KNIEVELS OF FINE ART

It’s a risky business but you can’t reap the big rewards without taking big chances. The Movement of Aleatoric Modern Artists are a new breed of risk takers who willingly allow the forces of nature to play a part in their work. And the results are naturally amazing. When an element of uncertainty is intentionally incorporated into the concept and creation of a work of art it is referred to as “Aleatoric Art.” Examples of aleatoric methods can be seen in fine art from thousands of years past up to recent periods- the method became a style, then a school and now thanks to the dedicated efforts of its founders and members, the Movement of Aleatoric Modern Artists (MAMA) is coming on strong with 50 representatives displaying works in a variety of disciplines, all with one thing in common: their collaboration with nature and the laws of that govern the universe. From this microcosm of natural selection only the strongest survivors are presented. You will at times be fascinated by how nature mocks the forms and figures of traditional art, or marvel at the beauty found in chaos when captured and presented by an Aleatoric Master.

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  • Professor Alex Volborth

    Gallery Artist, Founder

    Volborth shows us more than just that with his uncanny ability to recognize the art in the mundane, and create the sense that he is uncovering a secret- by revealing for the first time what has been there all along.

  • J Coleman Miller

    Owner, Shipper, Curator

    The mysterious images of J. Coleman Miller evoke wonder and delight without allowing us to fall victim to our usual inner censors who squelch the child in us and cast judgement based on what is known.

  • Ray Cabarga

    Head Writer, Oozing Specialist, Gallery Artist

    I compare writing to the sound of music. No, not the musical, (they were never my favorite things). But the cadence and timing should flow naturally. To a degree writing should feel as if someone is speaking.

  • Allan Rodewald

    Curator, Shipper, Gallery Artist

    Allan exhibits this level of sophistication in his artwork, along with an impetus to search for new discoveries. Rodewald’s continual diligence in pushing his talents to new heights assures an ongoing creation of exciting works.

  • Ted Lincoln

    Gallery Artist, Shipper

    Lincoln’s artworks defy critique with their expressive beauty and deny indifference with their emotional impact. Somewhere between Eastern traditional Sumi paintings, and the surreal science-fiction avant-garde, we find the work of Ted Lincoln.

  • Veron Ennis

    Curator, Shipper, Gallery Artist

    The aesthetics of Veron's work are greatly influenced by the modern art era, particularly the evolution of abstract expressionism to minimalism, and the paring down of elements in a composition in order to deliver an ineffable idea.

  • Mike Cable

    Gallery Artist

    Mike is one of those photographers whose camera has a wild imagination. He sees things in a way you and I would never even dream and he uses his camera to produce hard evidence that two laughing centaurs impaled your garage door with their faces.

  • Newel Hunter

    Gallery Artist, Shipper

    Hunter's execution, skill and the result of his tenacity and discipline constitute the admission fee for consideration but his personal slant, the effortless part of his work, is the part that differentiates him from his peers.

  • Reed Ghazala

    Gallery Artist

    Ghazala is a self-taught, self-executed, self-exiled multi-media artist. As the explorer of Reed's creations will quickly discover, all of his work -visual, audio, musical instrument design and writing-- reflects an unusual thinking-space.

  • Chetashki

    Gallery Artist

    To enter Chetashki's world you should simply free your imagination. And then you will discover a lyric landscape or a raging storm, a nude or birds, a surf or a snowy fairy tale, a dramatic battle or frozen eternity...

  • Cristine Cambrea

    Gallery Artists, Shipper

    Cambrea finds her surreal visions disguised as accidents, strips them of their ambiguity with a keen sense of latency and then lures them into the light by enhancing the contrast between subject and substrate with bold delineations or subtle striae.

  • Don Frost

    Gallery Artist, Shipper

    Intertwined and twisted like a mobeus strip gone astray, the swooping of a swallow, or the razor wing of a bird angling in the wind. What would that shape look like? Don Frost describes such things with sensual sculptures of interminable turmoil.

  • Beth Holt

    Gallery Artist, Shipper

    Holt's raku pieces inspire delight with their perfect simplicity. The timeless artifacts could have been the yield of an archeological treasure trove, but Holt forms each one with the sure-handed precision of a sorceress and the humility of a shaman.

  • Pilleriin Leet

    Gallery Artist

    Leet shows us a side of aleatoria that hadn't occurred to any of us: What if the element of chance collaborated with the element of chance and nature went random on us? That's why we keep an eye on the young ones: they're always one step ahead of us.

  • Courtney Hoskins

    Gallery Artist

    Roswell, New Mexico or Chuck E. Cheese ? Many people have put cellophane and plastic cutlery in a toaster oven, but all they did was ruin their dinner and set off the fire alarm. When Courtney Hoskins does it, aleatoric art is served.

  • Lauren Hunter

    Gallery Artist

    Lauren’s journey through the lens is focused on the changeable interface between nature and man that allows a painterly control of time-altered realities, the endless designs created with time, and neglect’s artful hand as everything become obsolete.

  • Anick Morel

    Gallery Artist, Shipper

    As unfamiliar visual stimuli often will, Morel's work evokes a wide range of emotions in a short space of time. Don't try to sort them out. Just succumb to the power of Anick Morel's vision- the best things in life are often a mystery.

  • Anne B Schwartz

    Gallery Artist, Shipper

    Anne’s paintings evolve over time- always in flux as she adds layer upon layer of texture and color until the amassed material conveys the awesome power and scope of the heavenly bodies, or the beauty and richness of rare earth.

  • Mark Stock

    Gallery Artist, Shipper

    Complex fluid dynamics simulation software capable of generating algorithms for multilayered patterns allows Stock to create startling images of the surprisingly organic yet surreal quality which characterizes his unique brand of aleatoric art.

  • JB Bond

    Gallery Artist, Shipper

    Around the center of the periodic table J.B. Bond finds the elements that inspire his heavy metal urges; recycled materials, extreme temperatures and immense force create artworks which appear both ancient and timeless in form and finish.

  • Stoffel De Roover

    Gallery Artist

    DeRoover's smoke art photography transcends the limitations of time and space to effectively capture these elusive moments and allow us to appreciate what, otherwise, would have been lost forever in an endless precession of moments in transition.

  • Cory Hunter

    Gallery Artist, Shipper

    Cory Hunter's work has fire and electricity. He also uses them as tools for painting. Colors are not exactly applied, but more cajoled onto his substrates in a pollack-like fashion and then electrocuted into fractalicious tree-like formations.

  • Corey Miller

    Gallery Creator, Curator, Marketer

    Aleatoric Art Gallery creator Corey Miller, BA Full Sail University, where a class project spurred the movement, and MAMA was born (2008)

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