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William Campbell Contemporary Art

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In his titular show at William Campbell, Houston sculptor Steve Murphy demonstrates his command of abstract wood and metal forms.


Robert McAn’s “Blazing”

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Robert McAn is hardly the first to discover art by going through the trash, but his current show at William Campbell sets out to make a statement about the things we throw away. The exhibit includes a series of abstract express...



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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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This Saturday at 6pm, William Campbell Contemporary Art will celebrate the opening of Open Sky, an exhibition by Joachim Kersten, whose playful abstracted paintings feature some fiery reds and oranges that’ll burn themselves ...


Jeff Mueller’s “Eat the Vegan”

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The theme of William Campbell’s grab-bag of a summer show is supposed to be subtlety, though we didn’t pick the image above for that quality.



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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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Once again, our Gallery item features a color reproduction of an artwork that would lose all its meaning if we ran it in black and white. Bernd Haussmann’s abstract color fields remain up at William Campbell Contemporary Art ...


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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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Carol Benson has turned into a house painter in her new show at William Campbell Contemporary Art. Her works on wood or steel panels evoke the boxy shape of houses while also mimicking the texture of cloth, flowers, and other m...



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William Campbell
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New Mexico-based Kevin Tolman expresses his love of abstract art through acrylic paint and mixed media on large canvases. These warm, airy, colorful works have been wildly popular in his adopted home state, and now they’ve fo...


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Richard Thompson
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Richard Thompson is a familiar name to habitués of William Campbell Contemporary Art, but he has gone off his trout obsession from recent years. Instead, his current show pursues a theme of what seem to be glass vessels placed...



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Isn’t it great that Fort Worth Weekly has started running these Gallery pictures in color?


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James Blake
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William Campbell Contemporary Art changes things up with its show of James Blake’s delicately beautiful black-and-white drawings of trees and flowers.