Posts Tagged ‘art’
J.T. Grant’s “Empire”

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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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If you read Fort Worth Weekly’s recent cover story about J.T. Grant and were intrigued, you’re in luck. At William Campbell, he’ll be exhibiting the work he completed after recovering from his illness. The opening recepti...


Ansel Adams’ “The Tetons - Snake River” is part of the new show at AMA.

Ansel in Arlington

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Back in the 1990s, the Arlington Museum of Art was home to exhibitions as bold and innovative as any in North Texas, but after the departure of director Joan Davidow, the place became something of an afterthought compared to th...



Matt Moulton’s “untitled”

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Brand 10 Artspace
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Brand 10 Artspace now has just one location for your convenience, and there you can see the opening of house party, a performance art installation by the collective After School Special inspired by cautionary TV movies of the 1...


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Visionary Awards Thursday

ANTHONY MARIANI
The place to be this Thursday is Artspace 111 (111 Hampton St., 817-692-3228) for our fourth annual Visionary Awards. Along with the presentation of $500 checks to three outstanding up-and-coming local fine artists –– direc...



Visionary Awards are this Thursday from 6-8pm at Artspace 111 (see Thursday).

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 16 There’s plenty of French opera going on at the Fort Worth Opera festival (see sidebar), but if you need an appetizer, the UNT Concert Orchestra is performing excerpts from Berlioz’ The Damnation of Faust, which w...


Doug Blagg’s “Santa Monica 2”

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Artspace 111
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Dennis and Daniel Blagg are well-known in the Fort Worth art scene, but you may not be aware that they have two other siblings in other parts of the country. At Artspace 111, you can see the works of Woodrow and Doug and marvel...



Exhibit Jennifer Casler Price presents the lecture Cultivated Warriors: Samurai as Patrons of the Arts in Japan at the Kimbell tonight.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 9 Samurai sought balance in every aspect of their lives, especially between military and cultural endeavors. Along with meticulously wrought suits of armor and swords, samurai also treasured finely detailed nature paint...


Jake Gilson’s “MK 777”

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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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A resident of the United Arab Emirates, Jake Gilson uses a technique known as “gun bluing” to create his paintings on steel. The results are solid, formidable, and more than a bit imposing, and they’re no display now thro...



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Big Man on Canvas

Three years of debilitating illness have only added heat to JT Grant’s passion for painting.
ANNABELLE MASSEY MALLOY
“I’m going to paint over that one,” artist JT Grant said, pointing to a large canvas hanging high on the 14-foot white wall of his backyard studio in Fairmount. “It’s pretty old. It hasn’t sold. I have something dif...


Byrd Williams IV captures the Jimi Hendrix Experience in Fort Worth in 1967.

Messages in Bottles

Byrd Williams IV told a UNT crowd about a century of photography.
GAYLE REAVES
If Byrd Williams IV were not a world-class photographer, he might be doing just about as well as a writer. As editor of Fort Worth Weekly, I’ve known for years about Byrd’s photographic skills and the legacy of his family o...