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Charles Umlauf’s “Torso”

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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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Twenty years after his death, Charles Umlauf continues to exert influence on Fort Worth art thanks to his abstract sculptures. William Campbell is currently running a retrospective show of both his work and the work of Fort Wor...


Linda Guy’s “Seedpod”

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Linda Guy is no longer a professor at TCU, but the Florida native is still showing her artwork here. The school’s show of her abstract paintings inspired by natural forms opened to the public last week, but its opening recept...



Larry Townsend’s “White Mist”

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Just to be clear: It’s not Gallery 414 but Gallery 440 that’s hosting a show of paintings by Larry Townsend. The senior vice president at Rattikin Title has taken up art fairly recently, and the opening reception for his ex...


Julie Lazarus’ “Murano”

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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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Anyone who’s been to Venice can testify to the Italian city’s shimmering, wavering light caused by the water. Julie Lazarus’ show of paintings and glass sculptures at William Campbell is inspired by her impressions from t...



Ken O’Toole’s “Inner City”

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Rebecca Low Sculptural Metal Gallery & Studio
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Ken O’Toole’s attractive abstract digital prints will be on display for this weekend only at Rebecca Low Sculptural Metal Gallery. There will be light refreshments at the west Fort Worth venue, but the exhibit will be on vi...


Wally Knight’s “Angel”

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Arts Fifth Avenue
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Darrin Kobetich, Ginny Mac, and Katie Holmes (no, not that one) will provide live music as Arts Fifth Avenue opens John Carlisle Moore’s fourth annual holiday show this Friday at 7pm. The works on display include Wally Knight...



Janet Morrow’s “Going, Going, Gone”

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Gallery 76102
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Chefs know that you can make marvelous (if ephemeral) sculptures out of spun sugar. Janet Morrow has taken that idea and created Sweetie Pie, her Gallery Night show at Gallery 76102. This holiday season, there’s still time fo...


Ken Dixon “Order & Disorder: Common Denominator”

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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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Ken Dixon’s show at William Campbell, 3 Short Stories & 12 Options, takes its inspiration from Texas’ Hill Country, but the artist renders his landscapes in paint, paper, and carved wood. The show remains up through Sat...



HOMECOMING! Committee’s MacGuffin

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The literature accompanying MacGuffin, a new multimedia exhibit by the Fort Worth/Dallas collective HOMECOMING! Committee, is intentionally vague: lots of talk about desire, sight, sound, multiple dimensions, and “a snapshot ...


Sarah Williams’ “Sherman”

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Gallery at UTA
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Deserted landscapes that bear the imprint of humanity but aren’t exactly urban provide Sarah Williams with her inspiration. The painter shares the exhibit at the Gallery at UTA with photographer Amy Blakemore, whose works fre...