Archive for December 1st, 2015
With mannequins in the background, Tim Jenison preps his life-size replica of Vermeer's "The Music Lesson" in Tim's Vermeer.

Beautiful Obsession

A Texas inventor paints like a Dutch master in the absorbing Tim’s Vermeer.
The enthralling documentary Tim’s Vermeer made a big splash when it opened last year’s Lone Star Film Festival, and this weekend it comes to the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, where it will surely find an appreciative aud...


Moving Up Mental Health

Significant changes are on the horizon in Texas’ care for the mentally ill.
Maurice Dutton understands the feeling of complete helplessness in the face of mental illness. His son Michael was diagnosed with schizophrenia at age 14. Three years later, in 1980, he was involuntarily admitted to Austin Stat...

Chef Jeff Harris offers up some blackened red snapper at AF+B. Vishal Malhotra

AF+B = Upscale Comfort

A farm-to-table ethos results in some spectacular, gigantic flavors (and portions).
Dallas restaurateur Tristan Simon, founder and CEO of Consilient Hospitality, apparently knows trendy. In addition to five Dallas restaurants, including The Porch and Victor Tango, the company also owns two Fort Worth propertie...

The Anderson & Roe Piano Duo play at Live Oak this Thu.

Classics in Oak

Under Jacques Marquis’ management, the Cliburn Foundation has been looking to expand its presence in Fort Worth’s cultural scene beyond the Van Cliburn Piano Competition and the concerts at the museums and Bass Hall. That...

Ayala’s work has been exhibited locally and in Dallas at The Museum of Geometric Art and MADI Art.

Hip to Be Square

Psychedelics, psychedelia, and geometry come together in young Sarah Ayala’s artwork.
Specializing in geometric pieces, twentysomething Fort Worth painter Sarah Ayala has displayed her work as part of exhibits by Fort Worth’s Art-Hunger Collective and at The Museum of Geometric Art and MADI Art in Dallas. You ...