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“Oscura”

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Latin America’s monsters come to life in Rose Marine Theater’s new show. In Oscuro, Eric Villarreal’s paintings depict some of the Spanish-speaking world’s scariest legends. The opening reception is 6pm Fri and features...


Nancy Lamb’s “Wedding Glitter”

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Time is running out to catch Nancy Lamb’s Spring Gallery Night show at Artspace 111. In addition to her usual paintings of high society, these works are paired with photographs that shed light on this much-feted artist’s cr...



Deran Wright’s “The Ferryman”

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Grackle Art Gallery comes back with another of its patented one-night shows. In addition to photography, sculpture, installation, paintings, and performance art, there also will be live music by folky Fort Worth stalwarts Clint...


Todd Ford’s “Hover”

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Art on the Boulevard is no longer at its usual spot in the 4300 block of Camp Bowie, but never fear, art-lovers. They’ve picked up stakes and moved a few blocks down the road, and they’ve got all their regular artists displ...



Austin Queen’s “untitled”

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Gallery 414’s current show consists of paintings by various artists who are inspired by informal snapshots, and they range from Rachel Black’s luminously photorealistic canvases to Barbara Arabian’s abstract studies of fi...


Brenna Schraufnagel’s “Mint Couch”

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While Fort Worth is sweeping up after Spring Gallery Night last week, Denton is holding its First Friday art walk, which includes a juried show at UNT on the Square of works done by graduate and undergraduate students. The open...



Nicholas Wood’s “Capsule 60 (floral)”

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Nicholas Wood is fond of calling his works “capsules,” though we wouldn’t recommend swallowing his wall-mounted sculptures and works on paper. His show at William Campbell is part of the Spring Gallery Night festivities, ...


Liz Trosper’s “Diagram 2”

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The new show at Tarrant County College Southeast Campus explores the theme of selfhood, yet it’s a collaboration of two artists, Alison Jardine and Liz Trosper. The opening reception is 5pm Thu.  



Bailey Chapman’s “4 Ways of Working”

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If you skipped out on that introduction to art class in college, you could do worse than visiting the opening of ART7 Crockett Community Gallery’s exhibit this week. Their juried show of local artists comes with a primer on b...


Peanuts

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There’s no shortage of places where you can see the work of Charles Schulz, but the Grapevine Grand Gallery has a selection of his Peanuts strips that focuses on nature as a subject.