Posts Tagged ‘Christopher Blay’
Though unavailable anywhere in Fort Worth, Semigloss can be purchased at several Dallas locations.

Semigloss: Sparkling Prose

A locally produced art magazine? Bradly Brown and Sally Glass have got you covered.
JIMMY FOWLER
Fort Worth new media artist Bradly Brown has had the kind of “urban artsy” college-and-career trajectory that the twentysomething characters on an HBO show often enjoy. The El Paso native studied photography as an undergrad...


"Untitled," by Tanya Habjouqa Bishara

Group f.8: Deserts, Seas, and Journeys Opens Saturday

Eric Griffey
Back in 2000, when boy bands roamed the earth and people were stocking up on Twinkies in preparation for Y2K, renowned local installation artist and photographer Christopher Blay formed a super friends experimental photography ...



Sierra Velazquez' "Self-portrait" is one of nearly two dozen original velvet paintings by local artists that will be up for auction at Bill Campbell's in May.

VELVEASL!: Velvet Paintings for a Good Cause

ANTHONY MARIANI
Admit it. You’ve always wanted a velvet painting. You know that every time you walk into The Gold Standard, you’re eyein’ up that part of the bar where all of those kitschy matadors and poker-playing dogs –– and that ...


Haltom City Stories Project

Anthony Mariani
Not that Haltom City is necessarily lacking an identity, but Fort Worth multimedia artist Christopher Blay is helping define the Northeastern Tarrant County ville via his latest artistic endeavor. The Haltom City Stories Projec...



Thrift Art Gallery Show and Auction Set

Anthony Mariani
Is Chris Blay’s annual Thrift Art Gallery Show and Auction going mainstream? Nah. It’s just getting bigger. On Sat., Apr. 30, at William Campbell Contemporary Art (4935 Byers Ave., West Side, 817-737-9566) –– that’s r...


Frank Artsmarter: The Final Word on Art

Anthony Mariani
For more than two decades, multi-media artist Christopher Blay has interrogated and de-propositioned the visual art world. At the heart of all of his exhibits, writings, and stunts are the questions, “What is art?” and “S...