Posts Tagged ‘art’
Bailey Chapman’s “4 Ways of Working”

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Fort Worth Weekly
If you skipped out on that introduction to art class in college, you could do worse than visiting the opening of ART7 Crockett Community Gallery’s exhibit this week. Their juried show of local artists comes with a primer on b...


Fei-Fei Dong plays as part of the Cliburn festival at the Kimbell.

Keys Master

Big Ticket
For every shade of every mood you’ve ever had, there’s a piano piece by Frédéric Chopin that perfectly captures it. Some people know the great Polish miniaturist only for his nocturnes and waltzes, pretty pieces made for ...



Peanuts

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Fort Worth Weekly
There’s no shortage of places where you can see the work of Charles Schulz, but the Grapevine Grand Gallery has a selection of his Peanuts strips that focuses on nature as a subject.  


Jeff Kellar’s “Blocks August (S)”

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Fort Worth Weekly
Two series of Jeff Kellar works are on display at William Campbell Contemporary Art. Blocks features paintings and sculpture of geometrical colored forms, while Glimpse offers flashes of scenes from a mostly obscured point of v...



David Conn

Blockage

Among the arts center’s overheated paintings and overthought conceptual pieces are some diamonds.
Anthony Mariani
Fort Worth Community Arts Center wants to get you in the mood. And then shove you face-first into a cold shower. Certainly in honor of the month in which Valentine’s Day falls, three exhibits –– the group shows The Art of...


Carolyn Judson and Cal Coomer may have never been better.

Merry Me

Though billed as an epic, Texas Ballet Theater’s latest was really an intimate drama.
Leonard Eureka
Most people may know The Merry Widow as a Franz Lehar operetta sung on stage and screen. The engaging melodies have pleased countless audiences since its 1905 premiere. Fewer know it as a ballet, adapted and choreographed by Ro...



Angilee Wilkerson’s “Posey’s Allusion”

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Fort Worth Weekly
ART7 Crockett Community Gallery’s current exhibit is entitled Americana, but that’s somewhat misleading, since this juried show consists solely of artists from Texas and the adjoining states. The paintings, photographs, and...


Bugs Bunny takes a starring role in FWMSH’s show about Chuck Jones.

Love Jones

Fort Worth Weekly
If Chuck Jones isn’t an American master, we’re hard-pressed to figure out who is. As an animator for Warner Bros., he created iconic characters like Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner, Pepé Le Pew, and Marvin the Martian w...



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A History of Violence

From Abe Lincoln to John Wesley Hardin’s shot-up playing card, Don Dow’s collections centered on violent ends.
Jeff Prince
The big cardboard box filled with dusty books hypnotized Don Dow. He’d become temporarily separated from his family on the town square in Santa Fe, New Mexico, while on a vacation in 1963. Dow ended up in a bookstore. Always ...


“Elder Brown’s False Teeth”

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UNT’s new art exhibition Lost in Trans is not about transgender people but about works from the permanent and lending collections of the College of Visual Arts and Design. The “trans” in the title is a cut-off version of ...