GITE GRAB & GO (MAY 2016)

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With a long commute to and from Sugar Land to her office downtown, Tonya Lewis decided to lease an apartment in the Galleria area. A long time client of The Gite Gallery, she called on us to help with a few pieces of art.  We grabbed some things that we thought she would appreciate and

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HELLO ART LOVERS (MAY 2016)

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Hello Art Lovers! Art can bring light into your life.  Depression can only bring darkness.  1998 Heisman Trophy winner, Ricky Williams, was in town recently to talk about his dark days with depression and social anxiety. The former University of Texas football star told a crowd of more than 700 how mental illness nearly ruined

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HOUSTON HOLOCAUST MUSEUM

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The Houston Holocaust Museum’s Art Circle visited my home last month to view my private collection of African art, African-American art, and unique collection of world art. The experience was eye opening for them! It is so important that we all share our individual culture with the world.

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LA BELLE FEMME CELEBRATION

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Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler! La Belle Femme held a party to celebrate being in the March Essence Beauty Box. Everything about this celebration said New Orleans via Houston. The menu was a combination of both cities; gumbo, king cakes, and Frenchys Fried chicken! Great food! Great time! Beautiful People!

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GITE GRAB & GO [APRIL 2016]

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Many of our clients are so excited by their purchases from The Gite Gallery, they rush home and put their art up right away.  That’s why it’s called Gite Grab & Go! This month we feature those who couldn’t wait to showcase their new finds from the gallery. Above is Nate Owens shows off his new

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AFRO-CUBAN ART EXHIBIT [PHOTOS]

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BY LLOYD GITE Most of you probably remember I spent ten days in Cuba last October. Since President Obama has lifted many of the sanctions there, I wanted to go and see the island in its natural state before a Kentucky Fried Chicken ends up on every corner thanks to U.S. investors.  I also wanted to

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