Posts Tagged ‘farm’
Jo LeMay Rutledge tried to avoid ranch paintings with so many other Fort Worth artists plowing the same ground (as it were), but in the end a stay at a friend’s farm inspired her to come up with her own angle on that whole ge...
The Fort Worth painter has a startling new exhibit up now at Artspace 111.
As anyone who knows her can attest, Fort Worth artist Jo LeMay Rutledge is both blunt and a bit of a wisecracker. When one of her oil paintings was recently accepted in a citywide show, the 61-year-old was asked to write a shor...
WED ? 18 Having suffered from anorexia nervosa for more than 20 years, Jena Morrow now makes it her mission to educate people about the condition through her experiences. She’ll be at TCU this evening to discuss her memoir, H...
Gas drilling waste is getting spread all over Texas farmland.
When Tim and Christine Ruggiero bought their dream home on 10 acres in Decatur six years ago, they imagined their daughter riding horses and taking in the clean country air. The last thing they imagined was that all three of th...
Chow, Baby is rushing the roadtrip season a bit, but you know, sometimes you just get in the mood to accidentally leave your CD case on the dining room table on your way out, so you’re forced to continually listen to Dono...
Humble and sometimes radiant, Charlotte’s Web is better with your eyes closed.
The new big-screen version of Charlotte’s Web moves me to a sentiment that may be a first for me: This movie should have been an audiobook. E.B. White’s classic children’s novel was turned into a film once before, a rathe...