Posts Tagged ‘Vernon Fisher’
In the spirit of spectrometry, the title piece to Smith’s solo show is an essential color field of sorts.

Color Fields Forever

Inspired by science and technology, Fort Worth painter John Holt Smith dazzles the eye.
Painter John Holt Smith, 44, grew up in Fort Worth surrounded not only by art but also by arty types. His stepfather was a dentist and contemporary art collector who visited New York galleries in the 1960s and ’70s and began ...

K-Mart Conceptualism Short Story Project

Anthony Mariani
As part of the new Vernon Fisher retrospective at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, K-Mart Conceptualism, writers are encouraged to submit stories inspired by Fisher’s literary paintings and assemblages to the museum for p...

Fort Worth Artist Gets Modern Show

Anthony Mariani
In what has to be a first –– has to be –– the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is presenting a solo exhibit of a Fort Worthian’s contemporary art. K-Mart Conceptualism will gather about 35 works by Vernon Fisher, who h...