Posts Tagged ‘landscapes’

Robert McAn’s “Blazing”

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Robert McAn is hardly the first to discover art by going through the trash, but his current show at William Campbell sets out to make a statement about the things we throw away. The exhibit includes a series of abstract express...


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Artspace 111
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The Big Bend area of Texas appears to be an inexhaustible source of inspiration for Texas artists. Artspace 111’s current show takes in three artists who’ve been down that way, with Dennis Blagg’s photorealist landscapes ...



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Firehouse Art Gallery
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Whether depicting soap bubbles, foreign landscapes, undersea creatures, or the architecture of the Gaylord Texan, Vince McCall’s photographs are striking studies in color.


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Tarleton State's Langdon Center
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The landscapes around Big Bend National Park are what fire the inspiration of Pat Chaney.



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Richard Thompson
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Richard Thompson is a familiar name to habitués of William Campbell Contemporary Art, but he has gone off his trout obsession from recent years. Instead, his current show pursues a theme of what seem to be glass vessels placed...


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Bill Barter
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Upstairs Gallery’s current show is just a seasonal exhibit, but the pieces do have the feeling of summer, from Bill Barter’s colorful geometrical abstractions to L.A. transplant Mario Garcia’s pointillist landscapes.



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Lou Chapman intentionally used a faulty Chinese-made toy camera with a plastic lens to take the pictures in his show at Gallery 414, Metaphors and Dark Corners. The aim is to give his photographs of buildings and landscapes a s...


Echoing Light

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Without light, the only kind of art left is sound installations.



Reverberation on Landscapes

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We’re hearing ominous noises about the UNTArtspaceFW possibly being closed down, with the space to be used by the UNT medical school.


Imaginary Landscapes

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Landscape painting has been with us since art began, and artists have often used their imaginations to improve on nature and create ideally pleasing views. That’s why the genre has survived so many artistic movements.