Posts Tagged ‘art’
Dixie Longate (get it?) returns with her wares in Dixie’s Tupperware Party at McDavid Studio.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 15 - Dixie Longate’s previous party at McDavid Studio was so successful that she has returned for an encore of Dixie’s Tupperware Party. A one-woman show about an Alabama housewife who bills herself as the world’s gre...


Austin Queen’s “untitled”

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Fort Worth Weekly
Gallery 414’s current show consists of paintings by various artists who are inspired by informal snapshots, and they range from Rachel Black’s luminously photorealistic canvases to Barbara Arabian’s abstract studies of fi...



“Portrait (P. Lappat)” may be no match for “Sorrow.”

Framing Desire: The Big Picture

The Modern shows off its improved collection of photography and video.
CHRISTOPHER BLAY
“Portrait (P. Lappat)” is imposing in both scale and content, with a gaze that’s inescapable. Though it’s the first thing you see when you walk into Framing Desire: Photography and Video, up now at the Modern Art Museum...


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Nancy Lamb: Social Butterfly with Bite

There’s more to this beloved Fort Worth artist than society satire.
Devon Nowlin
Nancy Lamb is a Fort Worth icon. If Facebook is a trustworthy barometer, she is perilously close to her limit of 5,000 friends –– she’s at 4,990 as of this writing –– so don’t try to friend her. Instead, like her pa...



Brenna Schraufnagel’s “Mint Couch”

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Fort Worth Weekly
While Fort Worth is sweeping up after Spring Gallery Night last week, Denton is holding its First Friday art walk, which includes a juried show at UNT on the Square of works done by graduate and undergraduate students. The open...


There’s more to Jay Wilkinson than brilliant stuff like “De Hory,” the Fort Worth multimedia artist’s painted tribute to famed painter and forger Elmyr de Hory.

Jay Wilkinson Versus the World

This Fort Worth multimedia artist is enjoying solving the “problem” of art.
Edward Brown
Jay Wilkinson’s first works of art were inspired by comics but not in a Roy Lichtenstein kind of way. “I was dyslexic,” Wilkinson said, “so my mom gave me comics. Books were overwhelming. Comic books were cool because I...



Nicholas Wood’s “Capsule 60 (floral)”

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Fort Worth Weekly
Nicholas Wood is fond of calling his works “capsules,” though we wouldn’t recommend swallowing his wall-mounted sculptures and works on paper. His show at William Campbell is part of the Spring Gallery Night festivities, ...


Fort Worth artist Lauren Childs’ “Before You Go” is among the paintings on display.

A Warm, Arty Place

Big Ticket
Combine a cool art show, one-of-a-kind musical performance, a little vino, free admission, and proceeds that benefit a worthy charity, and you’ve got one hell of an event. As part of Spring Gallery Night, Fort Works Art –...



Liz Trosper’s “Diagram 2”

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Fort Worth Weekly
The new show at Tarrant County College Southeast Campus explores the theme of selfhood, yet it’s a collaboration of two artists, Alison Jardine and Liz Trosper. The opening reception is 5pm Thu.  


Van Gogh’s “Enclosed Field with a Ploughman” is from 1889, not long before the tortured artist committed suicide.

Dabbling in Art

The first family of Fort Worth has an eye for (sometimes experimental) detail.
Laurie Barker James
Recent exhibits at the Kimbell Art Museum have included works from the Musée d’Orsay, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and private collections around the country. The Kimbell’s latest hails from closer to home. Much closer....