Posts Tagged ‘Fort Worth art’
Corrie Donovan is a featured soloist at the Modern Music Festival.

Music of the Now

Fort Worth’s contemporary classical music scene is in much better shape now than it was 10 years ago. It’s not just the universities and specialist groups like Other Arts and Sounds Modern (which held a concert just last we...

Mike Moffatt’s “Pocket Trouble” is on display at Fringe Gallery.

Street Art

If you needed a reminder that it’s September already, Fall Gallery Night lands this Saturday evening. Many shows are up through next month, but you’ll want to hurry to catch some of the more short-lived ones, such as Grackl...

Leigh Ann Williams “Mars Volta Vibrations”


Casa Mañana
How appropriate that a music-themed art show should be up at Casa Mañana, of all the venues here. Leigh Ann Williams uses live music from various bands as inspiration for her paintings and sculpture. Musical Vibrations, thru S...

John Flippin’s “Real Circles”


UNT on the Square
This week is your last chance to see On My Own Time, a show of artwork by UNT faculty and staff. Not only are professors taking part in the exhibit, but university employees like construction manager John Flippin also are. The ...

J. Preston Trice’s “Princess of Water”

Firehouse Art Gallery

J. Preston Trice’s fascination with the occult led him to create a series of 78 paintings inspired by tarot cards. The paintings are now available as a tarot deck at Firehouse Art Gallery, which hosts a reception for the arti...

Michelle Brandley’s “Showgirls”

Galery: Fort Worth Community Arts Center

The reception at FWCAC at 6pm this Friday evening will be like having Gallery Night in a single venue. That’s because the center’s new show contains pieces from galleries that are members of Fort Worth Art Dealers Associati...

John Holt Smith’s “Hubble Oculus #1”

High Voltage

Painter John Holt Smith enlarges photographs until they’re abstract bands of color and then renders the results on aluminum panels. His “Oculus” series does this to pictures of human eyes, turning them into concentric ban...

Early Texas Art Exhibit Begins Friday

Jeff Prince
Local art historian Scott Barker and his cohorts at Collectors of Fort Worth Art came up with a novel idea awhile back — they wanted to create an exhibit of early Texas art and ask a wide assortment of local art collector...


The show at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts comprises sculptural pieces from the Rachofsky Collection, which is housed in Dallas. These works were chosen because they address the Rachofsky’s space in some way, so displaying ...