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J.C. Pace III’s show of found-art sculpture at Artspace 111 is tantalizingly subtitled “Chain Saws, Edgers, Lawnmowers, Weed Eaters, Hedge Trimmers, X-Rays, Artichokes, Brussels Sprouts, Avocados.”


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A bit of the Stockyards is on display at the UNT Art Gallery in Denton. The venue features early Texas art from the extensive collection amassed by A.C. “Ace” Cook, the former fighter pilot who found a place to show...



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William Campbell Contemporary Art is running two shows. Cliff Garten’s delicate abstract prints and Judy Youngblood’s paintings with a raindrop motif are on display through the end of next week, their bright colors ...


Flat Plains

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The title of Fort Worth Contemporary Arts’ exhibit, Flat Plains, doesn’t refer to the topography of Texas. It’s a description of surfaces created by Tim Harding and Ruben Nieto’s paintings and installati...



Nod and Smile

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The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s Teen Artist Project is an educational program that pairs handpicked local high-school students with professional artists for mentoring. The resulting work by 17 students in the progra...


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The “Oculi” in the title of John Holt Smith’s show at William Campbell comes from his abstract paint renderings of photos of human eyes.



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It’s time the Gallery featurette showed some love to our readers out in Weatherford. Through the end of April, you can see the new exhibit at Doss Heritage and Cultural Center with pictures by eight photographers chronicl...


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You’ll feel like an archeologist at the Gallery at UTA’s show, which features prints by the Uruguayan-born artist Rimer Cardillo that mimic artifacts, as a way of addressing human impact on the environment.



Reflections in Clay

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    Fort Worth Community Arts Center has a number of Gallery Night shows that are only up for this month, so you might want to hurry there. The shows include Debra Brown and Stormie Parker’s ceramics exhibit Reflections...


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It’s only one genre of painting, yet landscapes open themselves up to infinite variety, as you can see at Artspace 111′s show.