Posts Tagged ‘gallery’
Soon Warren’s “Heart of Cherries”


Fort Worth Weekly
You can go around to eight different art galleries, or you can just stop in at FWCAC for their Selections 2015 show, which features works by regular artists from eight different venues around town. The show opened last week, bu...

This water jar from Hano Village on the Arizona Hopi reservation is part of the Amon Carter’s new show.


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The Amon Carter Museum of American Art has long proudly showcased its works both created and inspired by Native Americans. However, this week, they welcome Indigenous Beauty: Masterworks of American Indian Art from the Diker Co...

Fred Stonehouse’s “Higher”


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William Campbell gets all ludic with its exhibit opening this week. Tim Liddy’s sculptures are inspired by board games, while Fred Stonehouse’s paintings draw from fantastic creatures. Charles Waller’s found-object collag...

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...

Nancy Lamb’s “Wedding Glitter”


Fort Worth Weekly
Time is running out to catch Nancy Lamb’s Spring Gallery Night show at Artspace 111. In addition to her usual paintings of high society, these works are paired with photographs that shed light on this much-feted artist’s cr...

Deran Wright’s “The Ferryman”


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Grackle Art Gallery comes back with another of its patented one-night shows. In addition to photography, sculpture, installation, paintings, and performance art, there also will be live music by folky Fort Worth stalwarts Clint...

“Portrait (P. Lappat)” may be no match for “Sorrow.”

Framing Desire: The Big Picture

The Modern shows off its improved collection of photography and video.
“Portrait (P. Lappat)” is imposing in both scale and content, with a gaze that’s inescapable. Though it’s the first thing you see when you walk into Framing Desire: Photography and Video, up now at the Modern Art Museum...


Nancy Lamb: Social Butterfly with Bite

There’s more to this beloved Fort Worth artist than society satire.
Devon Nowlin
Nancy Lamb is a Fort Worth icon. If Facebook is a trustworthy barometer, she is perilously close to her limit of 5,000 friends –– she’s at 4,990 as of this writing –– so don’t try to friend her. Instead, like her pa...

Brenna Schraufnagel’s “Mint Couch”


Fort Worth Weekly
While Fort Worth is sweeping up after Spring Gallery Night last week, Denton is holding its First Friday art walk, which includes a juried show at UNT on the Square of works done by graduate and undergraduate students. The open...

Nicholas Wood’s “Capsule 60 (floral)”


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Nicholas Wood is fond of calling his works “capsules,” though we wouldn’t recommend swallowing his wall-mounted sculptures and works on paper. His show at William Campbell is part of the Spring Gallery Night festivities, ...