Posts Tagged ‘sculpture’
Texas Pottery and Sculpture Guild’s “untitled”


Fort Worth Weekly
A number of FWCAC’s shows are ending this week, so now’s your last chance to see them. John Christensen and Thomas Zanz’ portraits are a vivid study in contrasts, while Roy Adams’ abstracts are irreverently entitled Scr...

Dan Lam uses a cake frosting squirter to apply the tiny horns to her sculptures. Photo by Jeff Prince.

Miley’s Muse

Artist Dan Lam’s colorful drip art to be exhibited in Fort Worth.
Jeff Prince
Dan Lam didn’t break Instagram after she began posting photos of her colorful and unique drip sculptures last summer. Fewer than 1,000 people followed her back then. But the 28-year-old artist kept posting pictures, and her b...

Blay feature

Untitled: Fort Worth Weekly’s Art Blog

Christopher Blay
“What you see” Timothy Harding at Cris Worley Fine Arts, Dallas A lot of painters eventually move away from the canvas and into sculptural installations. I think it’s because when painting moved away from represen...


Visionary Awards

Adam Adolfo, Bradly Brown, and HOMECOMING! Committee are this year’s winners.
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...

Julie Lazarus’ “Murano”


William Campbell Contemporary Art
Anyone who’s been to Venice can testify to the Italian city’s shimmering, wavering light caused by the water. Julie Lazarus’ show of paintings and glass sculptures at William Campbell is inspired by her impressions from t...

Janet Morrow’s “Going, Going, Gone”


Gallery 76102
Chefs know that you can make marvelous (if ephemeral) sculptures out of spun sugar. Janet Morrow has taken that idea and created Sweetie Pie, her Gallery Night show at Gallery 76102. This holiday season, there’s still time fo...

A lion molded by Gian Lorenzo Bernini at the Kimbell.

San Lorenzo

There’s too much of everything in the sculptures of Gian Lorenzo Bernini, which is why they’re so wonderful. The native of Naples became the greatest Italian artist of the 17th century, a recipient of rich commissions from ...

Aaron Hutchinson’s “Untitled”


Grackle Art Gallery
A show with a grammatically curious title, Dear John, Is Stat an Island? features painting, sculpture, drawing, and photography, curated by Paul Leicht. It’s only up for one night, so make sure you reserve your Saturday for t...

Sugar Rush

Big Ticket
Foodies should flock to the Modern this weekend to catch Kings of Pastry. This documentary film follows three French pastry chefs as they take part in the 2007 version of the Meuilleurs Ouvriers de France, a grueling three-day ...

Many Turkey Returns

John Q. Public
To the editor: The Fort Worth Weekly gave a Turkey Award to the city council for ostensibly funding – in these trying times – the creation of a John F. Kennedy sculpture destined for General Worth Square. The Turkey...