Posts Tagged ‘painting’

Sarah Green Does Jackass

The stars of the laugh-out-loud show and movies are the subjects of a Fort Worth artist’s digital paintings.
JIMMY FOWLER
How many artists can say they have work in the private collections of Van Cliburn and the late President Gerald Ford’s family as well as those of Henry Rollins and Johnny Knoxville? Fort Worth’s own Sarah Green, 51, is a Br...


Sarah Green Does Jackass

The stars of the laugh-out-loud show and movies are the subjects of a Fort Worth artist’s digital paintings.
JIMMY FOWLER
How many artists can say they have work in the private collections of Van Cliburn and the late President Gerald Ford’s family as well as those of Henry Rollins and Johnny Knoxville? Fort Worth’s own Sarah Green, 51, is a Br...



How Vernon Fisher Came to K-Mart Conceptualism

The Fort Worth artist is the subject of an invigorating career survey at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
ANTHONY MARIANI
Fort Worth artist Vernon Fisher figures he escaped the bland certainties of a traditional rural Texas life through a crack in the façade between Protestant denominations –– his mom was a Baptist and his father a Methodist....


Adios to an Art Collector …

Static
Stockyards businessman and art collector A.C. “Ace” Cook died Monday after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 74. And, as was his fashion, the old horse trader got the final word. “Horse trader” applies to mos...



Bo Powell:

His life is as sprawling and colorful as his artwork.
DAN MCGRAW PHOTOS BY ROBERT HART
Out behind Lola’s Saloon, Bo Powell is staring at the mural he finished recently for the bar’s new outdoor stage — there’s the Trinity River green space, a Fort Worth skyline, and F-16 fighter jets shooting past.


Sharing a Constructive Spirit

Amon Carter shines a light on abstract art in North and South America in the early 20th century.
ANTHONY MARIANI
Modernism is sexy. And not just because Mad Men is set during the period of the style’s apex, the early 1960s, though there’s no denying the show’s appeal. No, Modernism conjures up an era, one in which father still knew ...



Andy Warhol in the ’80s

The Modern’s current exhibit explores Andy’s most prolific period.
ANTHONY MARIANI
There are a lot of Andy Warhols. The Campbell’s-soup-can-reproducing Andy. The tedious filmmaking Andy. The celebrity Andy. But there’s also an Andy that few casual art lovers know: the unboundedly creative and prolific And...


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...



Michelangelo Glorifies Kimbell

ANTHONY MARIANI
We all know how important Michelangelo is. He painted a massive fresco on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel for, uh, Pete’s sake, sculpted totally buff nudes out of marble (who knew that 24 Fitnesses existed back then?), ...


Amon G. Carter Redux

Local portraitist Scott Gentling is working on a long-awaited — and fresh — depiction of Fort Worth’s proudest forefather.
Jeff Prince
Nobody tooted this city’s horn like Amon G. Carter, the wealthy founder and publisher of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, a guy whose political connections helped lure government contracts for the city’s defense indust...