Posts Tagged ‘art’
John Holt Smith’s “Wildflower Oculus”

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William Campbell Contemporary Art now brings its artists to a whole new neighborhood through its satellite gallery. Located in the West 7th Street corridor, ART7 Crockett Community Gallery will display its current show, #mingle...


Glenn Downing’s drawing “Thor” represents the outer edge of Regional Juried Exhibition.

Judging Excellence

Artspace 111 does something crazy and puts on a juried show. And it’s a doozy.
NICOLE CRITES AND ANTHONY MARIANI
Artspace 111 has always been a little nontraditional. For decades after its founding in 1980, the studio/gallery in a warehouse on a desolate eastern edge of downtown was a gritty, appointment-only exhibition space, quietly con...



Brian Moore’s “No. 102”

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Fort Worth Weekly
Brian Moore’s photographs are of pieces of white or colored fabric folded precisely against a black background to form striking sculptural abstractions. His show continues through early August at William Campbell Contemporary...


Soon Y. Warren’s “Oriental Red Poppy”

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Fort Worth Community Arts Center
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FWCAC’s juried show Selections opened last week, but it’s only having its opening reception at 6pm Friday. The exhibit contains works in various media by artists from all over the city and includes a Tuesday lecture by Amon...



Jennifer Stufflebeam’s “Untitled”

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Art on the Boulevard Gallery
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We missed the chance to write about the margarita reception when Art on the Boulevard Gallery opened its current show a couple of weeks ago, but you can still catch the art on display, which is up until the end of the month. &n...


Silk and lace wedding gown, 1874

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Denton's Center for the Visual Arts
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It’s unusual to have a gallery opening event in the morning, but then American Brides is no ordinary show. The exhibit at Denton’s Center for the Visual Arts traces the history of American wedding dresses dating back to the...



Iron, leather, gold, and bronze combine in this suit of armor from the mid-Edo Period.

Samurai: Killer Style

Armor, helmets, masks, and serious scholarship make this Kimbell exhibit a winner.
NICOLE CRITES
Apparently, ancient Japanese samurai were as stylish as they were fearsome. Though Samurai: Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection has been up for several months now, the Kimbell Art Museum is in the midst of...


Summers: “I see people’s artistic spirit, how strong it might be.” Melissa Wylie

Prairie Mosaic

A Fort Worth artist’s work will help teach ex-offenders a skill and a sensibility.
MELISSA WYLIE
With the help of 10 former jail inmates, Fort Worth artist Pamela Summers is getting ready to install a 240-foot mosaic “ribbon” for the city of Grand Prairie. It won’t be her first time working with those who have been t...



Gary Norman and Jan Ayers Friedman enjoy the interconnectivity afforded by the open studio. Courtesy Art Studios on Race Street

Truly Public Art

Drop by Art Studios on Race Street to chat with an artist or two and maybe even go home with a painting.
EDWARD BROWN
With Art Studios on Race Street (formerly The Work Room), owner Flora Brewer is re-envisioning the way painters and sculptors work. Instead of holing up in separate rooms by themselves, artists share a public space, allowing th...


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Fort Worth: Too “Hip” for USA Today?

ANTHONY MARIANI
USA Today unleashed the breaking news that Fort Worth is “evolving from cow town to hipster city.” Catch your breath, I know. In a flyby article yesterday, writer Rick Jervis doesn’t clearly define “hipster” –– a ...