Posts Tagged ‘art’
Chuck Hüber's "Arbor Day — The Musical" can be seen now on VOD.

Über Hüber

A local actor turns filmmaker with a 9/11 musical comedy.
Kristian Lin
Fort Worth theatergoers have likely seen Chuck Hüber on a stage somewhere. The 44-year-old actor has worked in multiple productions at Stage West (including The Sports Page, Macbeth, and Dancing at Lughnasa) over the years, as...

Jorge Marín’s “Angel Perselidas”


Fort Worth Weekly
Among the latest uses for the new Sundance Square is as an outdoor sculpture garden. All summer, the city will feature Wings of the City, a collection of nine large-scale bronze sculptures by Mexican artist Jorge Marín. Decide...

Bernardo Vallarino’s “David’s Brother and Anna’s Father”


Fort Worth Weekly
Perhaps the theme of ART7 Crockett Community Gallery’s show — the human figure and the diversity of our experiences — isn’t subtly expressed in its title I Am, You Are, but the works on display here (by 22 artists from ...

Ken Weaver’s “Wawona”


Fort Worth Weekly
Many artists have incorporated text into their art, but VAST’s Merging Visions has taken the practice to an unusual end by pairing works of art with works of verse composed by local poets. This show for National Poetry Month ...

The accidental star of Casual Luxury Complex may be Frank, the once-missing pooch.

Casual Luxury Complex: Devon Nowlin

The Fort Worth painter takes her photorealism to new, anti-commercial heights at Artspace 111.
Anthony Mariani
  I’ve done it. You’ve done it. We’ve all done it. Somehow or another, you get sucked into a décor store –– Pier 1 Imports, say, or Pottery Barn –– and as you are being dragged around the gorgeous canopy bed...

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec’s “Ambassa-deurs,” at AMA.

To Lose a Truck

Fort Worth Weekly
As the art historian John Rewald once noted, the term “Post-Impressionism” was more of a convenience than a precise descriptive term. The artists in this movement were unified only by their desire to move beyond the Impress...

Devon Nowlin’s “Neat and Nifty”


Fort Worth Weekly
While Devon Nowlin’s stolen dog sculpture remains at large, the artist returns to the scene of the crime for the opening of her new show. Casual Luxury’s paintings, photographs, and sculptures comment on a world obsessed wi...


Are You Going to Scarborough Faire?

The Renaissance is still all the rage in Waxahachie.
Steve Steward
I haven’t even parked my car, and I’m already interacting with people in costume. Beckoning me to stop and pointing for me to park in a particular spot, the teenager is dressed in the livery of a local squires’ associatio...



Fort Worth Weekly
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...


Dog Days Are Here

Fort Worth Opera’s production of a family in postapocalyptic America is chilling and unforgettable.
Edward Brown
The stage of W.E. Scott Theatre looked like your typical Middle-American home: nondescript dinner table, disheveled living room, a bedroom. But a closer look revealed that right outside the house was a 20-foot stack of full gar...