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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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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.



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Randall Reid
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Fort Worth native Randall Reid’s mixed-media works make heavy use of distressed materials, frames within frames, and found objects to create abstract studies in texture and color. His show at William Campbell is up through th...


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Birds painted in an Audubon-like realistic style would be too straightforward for a venue like William Campbell Contemporary Art. Fortunately, Billy Hassell’s renditions of birds are sharp, stylized, and brightly colored ...



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This week marks the 35th anniversary of the founding of William Campbell Contemporary Art. The official celebration won’t be until next month, but you can still mark the occasion by catching the gallery’s current ex...


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J.T. Grant’s chiaroscuro-heavy paintings are an unusual departure for William Campbell Contemporary Art, which tends to favor friendlier, more abstract works. Pieces like “Advocate’s Adjunct” have an uns...



Abstracted Reflections

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Julie Lazarus’ show at William Campbell Contemporary is unusual…


Gushers + More

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A painter whose photograph-like works on canvas recall vintage hand-tinted postcards, Bob “Daddy-O” Wade is an artist who trafficks in images from Texas’ iconography past and present.



Acrylic & Steel

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It’s a pity that we can’t reproduce the above picture in color, because then you’d see the shocking pink of Tom Hollenback’s abstract acrylic and steel sculptures, which fire the room with their hues.


Wall Reliefs & Works on Paper

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William Campbell Contemporary Art brings back old favorite Jake Gilson, who uses an acid called gun bluing to etch his abstract images onto steel plates.