Posts Tagged ‘art’
Neighbors along the path of a DFW Midstream gas pipeline in south Arlington haven’t been happy with the noise and disruption accompanying the construction work. Now several residents say the construction is causing damage to ...
Jo-Ann Mulroy and Linda Guy
Natural forms dominate the space at Artspace 111, courtesy of art by Jo-Ann Mulroy and Linda Guy (whose Radiolaria series was featured in an earlier Gallery item).
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.
This week’s Night & Day spotlight falls on charitable events, some of which take advantage of the spring weather while others move indoors. The outdoor events kick off on Wednesday with the Fort Worth CAN Academy Celebrit...
WED ? 7 A new season for the Texas Rangers begins, this time with some legitimate hope for several reasons: last year’s impressive finish, the off-season additions of Rich Harden and Vladimir Guerrero, and the excitement that...
The Modern’s current exhibit explores Andy’s most prolific period.
There are a lot of Andy Warhols. The Campbell’s-soup-can-reproducing Andy. The tedious filmmaking Andy. The celebrity Andy. But there’s also an Andy that few casual art lovers know: the unboundedly creative and prolific And...
WED ? 31 Chances are that when you visit the Kimbell Art Museum, you don’t think about the frames of the paintings on display. The truth is, many of the works you see have been reframed several times over the decades, and cho...
The TCC Trinity River Campus’ first display of art is of Richard Baggett’s large metal sculptures, which are on show both inside and outside the buildings. The pieces have been on exhibit since February; this is the l...
The road has been weary but not overwhelming for Henri Pierre Mayakapongo.
“Art is my passion,” said local metal wire sculptor Henri Pierre Mayakapongo. “If I have an idea, I need to make it.”
WED ? 17 The old TV program The Gong Show used to have a recurring character called “The Unknown Comic,” a comedian who told jokes with a paper bag over his head (a wise move, considering how bad his jokes were). An unknown...