Posts Tagged ‘art’
Allison Proulx’s “Akibahara”

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Allison Proulx’s overriding concern is with our cities and how they insulate us from catastrophic events, and we find it reflected in her paintings. Her show, Privileged Ignorance, will open alongside a Maryanne Melter exhibi...


Sanah Brown’s “the coat of many colors”

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WoCA Projects
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Sanah Brown’s show at WoCA Projects opened last week, but its opening reception is 6pm Saturday. It’s a good reason to see this New York artist’s mixed-media works often inspired by the textures of fabrics.  



Motley’s “Octoroon Girl” probably traversed a difficult path to luxury.

mood indigo

Harlem Renaissance master Archibald Motley receives his due at the Carter.
JIMMY FOWLER
After a glance at several of the paintings in the national exhibit Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist, currently on view at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, fans of 1970s American sitcoms may wonder: Did Motley, a Harl...


Diane Durant’s “Wamsutter Baptist Church”

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Fort Worth Weekly
Our Art page recently wrote about the juried exhibition at Artspace 111, but that’s no reason to give it short shrift in this space. The show of 77 pieces by artists from across the Southwest remains up through mid-August. &n...



Ansel Adams’ “The Tetons –– Snake River” is one of the best of the best.

Ansel Adams in the Zone

Arlington Museum of Art’s retrospective is breathtaking — and almost over.
LAURIE JAMES
This week is your last chance to catch Ansel Adams Masterworks, a series of original, spellbinding photographs curated by the legendary photographer during the twilight of his career. Along with some of his most recognizable pi...


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...