Posts Tagged ‘fort worth galleries’
Ronald Watson’s sculptures might make your head explode.

Abstraction Engagement

BIG TICKET
Though Artspace 111 is one of the most progressive and respected galleries in North Texas, its walls don’t see much nonrepresentational work. As a result, the near-downtown institution’s current exhibit, the imaginatively t...


“Claire Hinkle” was on display during Hinkle’s inaugural exhibit at Milan Gallery.

Rhapsody in Blues

James Hinkle closes one door and opens another.
EDWARD BROWN
Bluesman James Hinkle is trading in his guitar pick for a paintbrush. But don’t think he’s starting over. The 55-year-old native Fort Worthian has had a 30-year career in which he performed at Lincoln Center, toured Europe,...



Randall Reid’s “Reflection”

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William Campbell Contemporary Art
GALLERY
The name of the game is “retro” at William Campbell Contemporary Art. Randall Reid’s new show of collages takes its inspiration from commercial and graphic art from the 1960s, specifically from pulp novel covers and Space...


David Conn’s “Fox Hollow”

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Artspace 111
GALLERY
David Conn’s large-scale paintings and prints capture forest landscapes so dense that the branches and trunks almost become abstract elements. The artist has been working on these pieces since he retired from his TCU art prof...



John Carlisle Moore’s “Rabbit Full House Divided” is on display now as part of a group show at A5A.

Cottontail Fire

Outsider artists gather at Arts Fifth Avenue.
JIMMY FOWLER
The term “outsider artist” is often used to describe self-taught artists who proudly and defiantly work outside of any movement, commercial trend, or academic tradition. Fort Worth painter-photographer-playwright John Carli...


W.D. Smithers’ “Hotel, Study Butte”

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And X
GALLERY
The Austin-based collective Lakes Were Rivers launches a show pairing an original work with a work from Austin’s Harry Ransom Archive. This Saturday, an opening reception will feature an auction to benefit the art publication...



Austin Ballard’s “Scaffolding (Character Study)”

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UNT Art Gallery
GALLERY
Another school year starts this weekend and so too do the art shows at UNT. Three of them open in the span of eight days, and this Thursday evening you can catch the opening reception for Contemplating Limits, the show at UNT A...


J. Preston Trice’s “Princess of Water”

Firehouse Art Gallery

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...



James Blake’s “Coastal Oaks at Montecito”

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Brand 10 Artspace
GALLERY
Limited or artificial light is the theme of Brand 10 Artspace’s new show, whether it’s James Blake’s nighttime woodland drawings or Janaki Lennie and Soledad Salame’s nocturnal cityscapes. You can catch the opening of t...


Cat Snapp’s “I can’t really tell you about it”

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Fort Worth Weekly
This Friday you can attend the opening receptions of two new shows at the Center for Visual Arts in Denton. Besides a group exhibition of wood pieces, the venue is showing Cat Snapp’s book and box structures, which you are in...