“Texas Serenade,” vintage works by Bill Miller, is a combination of linoleum flooring, intricate patterns and vivid colors that capture nostalgic familiarity. The innovative works of the Pittsburgh artist, who has used the eco-friendly material as his medium for almost 20 years, offer a personal narrative that imparts a sense of history and balance within each piece.
Also happening on Tuesday, the Salty Sow hosts a James Beard House preview dinner. Chef Harold Marmulstein of Salty Sow will cook at the James Beard House in New York City for the second year in a row. To celebrate, Salty Sow is offering five-course wine pairing feasts from the gastropub-focused menu to give diners a taste of what Marmulstein will help prepare in New York City. Call the restaurant for reservations.
Bill Miller: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Through April 19. 1510 S. Congress Ave. 512-912-1613, www.yarddog.com.
Salty Sow: 6:30 p.m. $75. 1917 Manor Road. 512-391-2337, saltysow.com.