Posts Tagged ‘gallery’

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Paul Greco’s family told him to make money as an artist by painting pictures of bluebonnets. He had other ideas, and the current show at Gallery 414 (which he curated) reflects a love of the bizarre, from Charles Coldewey’s...


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The Art Institute of Fort Worth is a trade school, which explains why its new to the business of gallery showings. The school’s inaugural show features the paintings of Ron Tomlinson and one of his protégés, Zack Hawkins, a...



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At Gallery 414, Lance Jones’ show – with the wordy title of There’s a feeling that lingers in the afterward – contains both his bubbly abstract acrylic works on canvas and his video art, full of grainy, ...


San Diego, Texas

A Fort Worth painter goes West - and brings along his Cowtown buds.
JIMMY FOWLER
Most of the time he was growing up in Fort Worth, painter Drew Snyder wanted to be a musician. It was his first artistic identity. Some of his friends and fellow students at Country Day School — including Ben Groff and br...



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Not to be confused with a similarly named wildlife painter from Idaho, Ron A. Cheek is the painter of some well-executed realistic renderings of still lifes and figures (mostly nudes). It’s the latter  Gallery, going on ...


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Birds painted in an Audubon-like realistic style would be too straightforward for a venue like William Campbell Contemporary Art. Fortunately, Billy Hassell’s renditions of birds are sharp, stylized, and brightly colored ...



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Gallery 414′s current show is entitled Showdown, in which the work of eight artists with divergent artistic philosophies is placed in dialogue, with Harmony Padgett’s abstract paintings contrasting with Lorrie McCla...


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If you saw the Justin Hilliard film The Other Side of Paradise a couple of weeks ago at Artspace 111, then you were also on hand for the opening of the gallery’s current show, Paintings, Prints, and Presents. If not, you ...



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Robyn Glass’ paintings of domestic scenes aim for discontent and an off-kilter quality that’s reminiscent of the paintings of John Currin. Her holiday-themed show – not the most festive but certainly interesti...


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Other artists use brushes or pens, but California-based Lia Cook uses an electronic Jacquard loom to create her fiber works that depict girls’ faces. These are on display through the next few days at UNT Art Gallery.