Posts Tagged ‘devon nowlin’
The accidental star of Casual Luxury Complex may be Frank, the once-missing pooch.

Casual Luxury Complex: Devon Nowlin

The Fort Worth painter takes her photorealism to new, anti-commercial heights at Artspace 111.
Anthony Mariani
  I’ve done it. You’ve done it. We’ve all done it. Somehow or another, you get sucked into a décor store –– Pier 1 Imports, say, or Pottery Barn –– and as you are being dragged around the gorgeous canopy bed...


Frank

FRANK Is Back!

Kristian Lin
A few hours ago, the word dropped from Artspace 111 that Devon Nowlin’s stolen dog sculpture FRANK returned to the gallery this morning via the U.S. Mail, wrapped carefully and unharmed. The return happens just in time fo...



Devon Nowlin’s “Neat and Nifty”

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Fort Worth Weekly
While Devon Nowlin’s stolen dog sculpture remains at large, the artist returns to the scene of the crime for the opening of her new show. Casual Luxury’s paintings, photographs, and sculptures comment on a world obsessed wi...


Missing Dog

Devon Nowlin’s Missing Dog

Eric Griffey
A reward is being offered for a sculpture by Fort Worth artist Devon Nowlin that was stolen on  Saturday, March 28 during Artspace 111′s Spring Gallery Night show. The black and white checkered polymer clay dog named FRA...



Devon Nowlin’s “Swimmers Submerged” is emblematic of her affinity for life’s peripheries.

It Figures

By being Fort Worthy, your town of cow seems pretty progressive.
ANTHONY MARIANI
Fort Worth is pretty lucky. We don’t have to deal with all of that art-world drama and hand-wringing over “good” versus “bad” art or, more specifically, “genuine” versus “commercial” art.” We’re not saying...


Devon Nowlin’s “Nature Deficit Disorder”

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Artspace 111
GALLERY
The women own the show at Artspace 111 for the next six weeks. The venue’s new exhibit, Go Figure, features paintings of human subjects by female artists Sarah Green, Nancy Lamb, and two previous Visionary Awards winners, Mic...



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Second Annual Visionary Awards

Tim Harding, David Lowery, and Devon Nowlin are tops in our annual local-arts celebration.
Anthony Mariani
Here’s a conundrum: How can Fort Worth have such an incredible array of art-related institutions and not be an “art town”? (At least not yet.) Yes, there are arty aspects of the Fort that are the envy of many other, older...


2012 Visionary Awards Winners

Anthony Mariani
Congratulations to multimedia artist Tim Harding, filmmaker David Lowery, and painter Devon Nowlin, who have been chosen by a committee of esteemed local-culture professionals as Fort Worth Weekly’s 2012 Visionary Awards winn...