Posts Tagged ‘Bror Utter’
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Early Texas Art Show This Weekend At Community Arts Center

Jeff Prince
Finding quality art by early Texas artists at affordable prices isn’t always easy, although one of the best places over the years has been the art show held each summer at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center. That show b...


Early Texas Art Exhibit Begins Friday

Jeff Prince
Local art historian Scott Barker and his cohorts at Collectors of Fort Worth Art came up with a novel idea awhile back — they wanted to create an exhibit of early Texas art and ask a wide assortment of local art collector...



Early Texas Art Show And Sale Tonight And Saturday

Jeff Prince
Ho ho ho! It’s July in Texas and hotter than two fireflies mating in a wool sock, but art lovers around here look forward to the annual Collectors of Fort Worth Art show and sale like children awaiting Christmas morn. Thi...


Two Cool Women Spread Love Of Art

Jeff Prince
Despite it’s reputation for stockyards and slaughterhouses, Fort Worth artists were on the cutting edge of modern art in Texas during the mid-20th century. Since then, people who grew up around here recall school trips to...



Fort Worth Artist Brings Big Bucks

Jeff Prince
Early Fort Worth artist Bror Utter‘s intriguing oil on canvas painting “The Visitors” (1943) fetched $35,850 at Heritage Auctions in Dallas last weekend. That’s some serious cheese for local art. Utter (...


Fort Worth Art Show & Sale Draws Big Vendors

Jeff Prince
Art collectors who favor the vintage paintings by Fort Worth’s earliest artists are waiting impatiently for the annual sale held each July at Fort Worth Community Arts Center. This year’s show will feature some new bloo...