Posts Tagged ‘Fort Worth art’
A lion molded by Gian Lorenzo Bernini at the Kimbell.

San Lorenzo

There’s too much of everything in the sculptures of Gian Lorenzo Bernini, which is why they’re so wonderful. The native of Naples became the greatest Italian artist of the 17th century, a recipient of rich commissions from ...

Bradly Brown’s “Attention Retention”


Fort Worth Contemporary Arts
Transmission is an exhibit of work by TCU’s MFA students at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts that enjoys its opening reception this Friday at 6 p.m. Notably, it includes the work of Bradly Brown, the driving force behind last yea...

David Grinnell’s “Rash Guard”


As you can tell from its name, Grizlybexar Collective has its roots in San Antonio, even though it’s based here in Fort Worth. The six artists will display their work at FWCAC in media ranging from watercolor to vinyl to digi...

In the spirit of spectrometry, the title piece to Smith’s solo show is an essential color field of sorts.

Color Fields Forever

Inspired by science and technology, Fort Worth painter John Holt Smith dazzles the eye.
Painter John Holt Smith, 44, grew up in Fort Worth surrounded not only by art but also by arty types. His stepfather was a dentist and contemporary art collector who visited New York galleries in the 1960s and ’70s and began ...

Kris Pierce’s “A Challenger Appears”


The Art Corridor
In lighting terms, falloff is the rate of how much dimmer a light appears the farther away one is from the source. This is the title of Kris Pierce and Timothy Harding’s group show at TCC’s Southeast Campus. The exhibit rem...

Constantine Maroulis comes to Dallas to headline Jekyll & Hyde today thru Sun, Dec 16.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 5 Having starred in the Broadway version of Rock of Ages (and getting a cameo in the movie version), Constantine Maroulis now comes to Dallas to headline Jekyll & Hyde. Frank Wildhorn’s glossy musical adaptation o...

Eight-bit technology drives Fort Worth artist Kris Pierce.

Headed to Falloff

Two Fort Worth artists unite for a conceptually spooky show.
The corridor is kind of creepy. Long. Dimly lit. Looks like it’s empty all the time. Very ax murderer-y. Located on the second floor of Tarrant County College’s Southeast Campus, this stretch of vinyl tile is definitely hai...

Loli Kantor’s “Mariusz as Bruno”


Artspace 111
Two Loli Kantor shows remain up till the end of the month: What Once Was a Forest is at Gallery 76102 and There Was a Forest is at Artspace 111. The latter, a solo exhibition, features photographs from the Jewish enclaves of Ea...

Wally Knight’s “purelsd”


Arts Fifth Avenue
The spirit of outsider art features heavily in Arts Fifth Avenue’s new show that opens this weekend, which includes burning cowboys depicted by Clara Jewel Moore and whimsical contraptions made by Wally Knight. The opening re...

Jacob Lawrence’s Panel No. 59 will be the topic of discussion, Tue.

Tuesday Talks

A whole string of interesting lectures are being given this Tuesday, and some astute scheduling will allow you to attend more than one of them. TCU art history professor Mark Thistlethwaite continues his lecture series American...