Posts Tagged ‘artist’
Nope, it’s not necessary to clean your glasses while viewing the blimpy, blotchy abstract paintings that compose Joachim Kersten’s show.
The Amon Carter’s newest exhibit is called William H. Johnson’s World on Paper, and it pays tribute to the African-American artist associated with the Harlem Renaissance.
In The Willie Lynch Letters, The Butterfly Connection examines the whip’s reach through time.
If you skipped the Rose Marine Theatre last Friday night, you missed one of the more, um, unique moments to occur in Fort Worth theater in quite a while: a sock-puppet play in which 19th-century methods of slave punishment were...
During their acceptance speech two weeks ago for winning best jazz artist in the Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards, the guys from Confusatron acted a little, um, confused. Of the category over which they’ve reigned these past tw...
Most Weekly readers surely know that Texas art is no longer confined to cowboys and bucolic landscapes. Still, most art in local galleries is derived from either European or Mexican traditions. North Texans who want to see art ...
Student art is usually found at the colleges or AMA’s yearly shows, but this month Gallery 414 exhibits works in various media by 18 artists in the Young Apprenticeship Program, an educational workshop run jointly by the Mode...