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Firehouse Gallery
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We don’t have a great deal of information on the current show at the Firehouse Gallery, other than that it features paintings, acrylic, and mixed-media works by Denise Cooper, Brad DeMeurisse, Carrie Hunt, and David Lawrence.


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Sophy Sam
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Nature enthusiasts know that Texas has a wide range of wildflowers, sometimes growing in the least likely places. Sophy Sam’s photographs capture these specimens in their natural habitat. They’re up on display at Fort Worth...



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Cecelia Feld and Cecilia Thurman
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Artspace 111 is all about abstract art this month and about two artists with similar first names. Cecelia Feld and Cecilia Thurman contribute photographs, collages, and collagraphs (prints applied to rigid substrates) that expl...


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Drawing From the Ethereal
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It’s back to basics for the art show at UNT. Drawing is usually one of the first classes that art students take, because it’s the foundation of visual arts.



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James Blake
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William Campbell Contemporary Art changes things up with its show of James Blake’s delicately beautiful black-and-white drawings of trees and flowers.


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Timpani
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Gallery 76102’s current show, Timpani, takes its whimsical title from the sound of the instrument, with works that build from silence to a deep, rich, all-encompassing sound. Frankly, it’s not how we hear the sound the drum...



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Pedro Escamilla
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Hurry and catch Pedro Escamilla’s paintings at Rose Marine Theater. Unusually for an art show, this one is closing down on Thursday instead of staying up through the weekend, so there’s only two more days to see these works...


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Michelle Brandley
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Michelle Brandley’s self-portrait paintings are no academic studies. The blackly comic images of her surrounded by food draw their inspiration from Baroque painting.



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Jo-Ann Mulroy and Linda Guy
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Natural forms dominate the space at Artspace 111, courtesy of art by Jo-Ann Mulroy and Linda Guy (whose Radiolaria series was featured in an earlier Gallery item).


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Cecil Touchon
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Cecil Touchon’s show at William Campbell is fired by the idea that new styles and trends have swept the art world so fast that we haven’t been able to keep up.