Posts Tagged ‘painting’
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Billy Hassell: Eco-Painter

A survey of new and old works presents an artist with a message.
Christopher Blay
There is no substitute for being in nature. And there is no equivalent expression that translates nature into a satisfying two-dimensional experience either. For as long as humans have stood in awe of it, we have tried to bring...


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Jesse’s Girls

There’s more to Jesse Sierra Hernandez than babes — mainly classicism and conceptualism.
Anthony Mariani
Jesse Sierra Hernandez has finally arrived. The fortysomething painter started out nearly two decades ago as a sort of scenester-slash-bon vivant-slash-autodidact who was arguably more popular personally than his artwork. Which...



Jake Gilson’s “MK 777”

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William Campbell Contemporary Art
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A resident of the United Arab Emirates, Jake Gilson uses a technique known as “gun bluing” to create his paintings on steel. The results are solid, formidable, and more than a bit imposing, and they’re no display now thro...


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Big Man on Canvas

Three years of debilitating illness have only added heat to JT Grant’s passion for painting.
ANNABELLE MASSEY MALLOY
“I’m going to paint over that one,” artist JT Grant said, pointing to a large canvas hanging high on the 14-foot white wall of his backyard studio in Fairmount. “It’s pretty old. It hasn’t sold. I have something dif...



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Visionary Awards

Adam Adolfo, Bradly Brown, and HOMECOMING! Committee are this year’s winners.
ANTHONY MARIANI AND JIMMY FOWLER
Fort Worth Weekly is not an advocacy mag, unless you consider exposing sources of anti-truth, anti-liberty, and anti-justice some sort of biased mission. But we do enjoy pointing readers in the right direction. For more than 15...


“Pomegranate Grouping” nicely embodies Ivey’s abstract realism. Courtesy David Wharton

Carol Ivey’s Illuminations

Think twice before labeling this Fort Worth painter’s work “decorative.”
JIMMY FOWLER
Fort Worth painter Carol Ivey knows exactly when she fell in love with natural light. In the early 1980s, she was awarded an arts fellowship to work for 11 weeks on a small island called Ossabaw off the coast of Georgia. There ...



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The Modern Touts Diebenkorn
Big Ticket
What is it about Richard Diebenkorn’s Ocean Park Series that is so damn intoxicating? The vague colors (perfectly undecided, like a person who thinks too damn much)? The geometries evoking landscapes? The thick but lighter-th...


New Poussin in Town

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Last week, the Kimbell Art Museum announced to great fanfare its $24 million acquisition of Nicolas Poussin’s “The Sacrament of Ordination.” In gratifyingly speedy fashion, the work goes on display this week.



Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ? 20 Forget the canvases! The Amon Carter Museum’s current exhibit, The Allure of Paper: Watercolors and Drawings from the Collection, showcases the museum’s works on paper, which range from Edward Everett’s stately s...


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Upstairs Art Gallery
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Dotty Zamora has spent most of her career painting in the rough medium of wax emulsion, but a recent trip to Italy has inspired her to take up painting in oil. You can see the fruits of her labors in her current show at Upstair...