Posts Tagged ‘art’


Fort Worth Weekly
Time is running short to catch Art on the Boulevard’s holiday show. From the animal paintings by Andrea Chicotsky and Linda Wallace to the abstracts by Jennifer Stufflebeam and Gloria Sepp, these works are only on display til...

Jaime Shafer’s “17927”


Fort Worth Weekly
WoCA Projects has moved into the FWCAC for the month of December to display their exhibit of books and book-inspired art created by 29 artists. In addition, this Saturday, they’ll be holding a workshop for artists wanting to ...


Arts-Centered Learning

Imagination Fort Worth is reinventing itself while keeping the focus on the kids.
Edward Brown @EJB0017
As long as there’s been public school, there have been fights about where art and music fit into it. “They’re valuable but not crucial,” say some folks. Others think learning how to read music or paint not only help cre...



Fort Worth Weekly
Janet Chaffee’s two-dimensional works skip the third dimension and head straight for the fourth. Her paintings and drawings in graphite, beeswax, and dry pigments seek to capture the time element that goes into her creative p...



Fort Worth Weekly
Time is getting short for some of the shows at the FWCAC. Lisa Davis’ paintings of trees and Karen Ferrer’s nature-inspired abstracts are heading into their last week, though Jill Bedgood’s Soliloquy and Ana M. Lopez’ P...

“The Floor Scrapers” is part of the Kimbell’s Gustave Caillebotte: The Painter’s Eye.

The Umbrella Man

The Kimbell celebrates an overlooked member of the Impressionists.
Kristian Lin
Gustave Caillebotte is the forgotten man of the Impressionist movement. This artist counted Monet, Degas, Renoir, and Pissarro among his friends and supported them by buying their artworks, but for a number of reasons, he didn...


Jesse’s Girls

There’s more to Jesse Sierra Hernandez than babes — mainly classicism and conceptualism.
Anthony Mariani
Jesse Sierra Hernandez has finally arrived. The fortysomething painter started out nearly two decades ago as a sort of scenester-slash-bon vivant-slash-autodidact who was arguably more popular personally than his artwork. Which...

Winter Rusiloski’s”Luna’s Surge” is more Die Hard than De Stijl.

Ugly, Beautiful, Pretty, Kitsch

Winter Rusiloski and The Exhibitionists thrill and delight at Artspace 111.
Christopher Blay
In 2009’s Untitled, the curator of a contemporary gallery sells abstract paintings from her back room because if her clients knew she sanctioned that kind of work they would banish her from the art world. The brutal suggestio...



Fort Worth Weekly
Vicki Meek has come up with an unusual way of paying homage to the blues. Her art installation incorporates spoken-word performances by eight artists to underscore the music’s ability to help us deal with life’s misfortunes...

Dracula is easily one of TBT’s most popular productions. And for good reason.

Lusty Dracula

Texas Ballet Theater’s spooktacular classic was a rip-roaring blast.
Leonard Eureka
In his 27 years leading the Houston Ballet, Ben Stevenson choreographed many full-length ballets, from Swan Lake to Don Quixote and beyond, including four of his own creations: The Snow Maiden, Peer Gynt, Cleopatra, and Dracula...