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Posts Tagged ‘William Campbell Contemporary Art Gallery’
Hillary Dohoney’s “Creeping Thistle” is on display at Art Room.

Picture This

Fort Worth Weekly
Once again it’s time for Fall Gallery Night, Fort Worth’s yearly bash that gives you an excuse to spend Saturday night drinking free wine and eating free nibbles while looking at (we hope) worthwhile art. Venues in downtown...


Jeff Kellar’s “Blocks August (S)”

Gallery

Fort Worth Weekly
Two series of Jeff Kellar works are on display at William Campbell Contemporary Art. Blocks features paintings and sculpture of geometrical colored forms, while Glimpse offers flashes of scenes from a mostly obscured point of v...



Richard Thompson’s “Painter’s Farm #7”

Gallery

GALLERY
William Campbell Contemporary Art opened in November 1974, and now the gallery is marking the anniversary with 40 Years and Counting, a show celebrating all the most distinguished artists who have helped make it into a Texas in...


Charles Umlauf’s “Torso”

Gallery

William Campbell Contemporary Art
GALLERY
Twenty years after his death, Charles Umlauf continues to exert influence on Fort Worth art thanks to his abstract sculptures. William Campbell is currently running a retrospective show of both his work and the work of Fort Wor...



"Untitled," by Tanya Habjouqa Bishara

Group f.8: Deserts, Seas, and Journeys Opens Saturday

Eric Griffey
Back in 2000, when boy bands roamed the earth and people were stocking up on Twinkies in preparation for Y2K, renowned local installation artist and photographer Christopher Blay formed a super friends experimental photography ...


James Lassen’s “Velvet Elvis Costello” is up for auction at VELVEASL.

VELVEASL Cheese

BIG TICKET
Here’s an interesting fact about velvet paintings: Velvet comes from the Kashmir region of Asia, and the first paintings on black velvet were executed by Russian Orthodox priests depicting religious icons of the Caucasus regi...



Though not patently obvious, Smith’s painting “Western Vistas” was inspired by mapmaking and naturalism.

Geography, Class

Mark Smith’s abstracted panoramas are drawn from nature and technology.
JIMMY FOWLER
Painter Mark Smith, 60, came by his love of the natural world early. As a kid, he spent equal time in the countryside near Denton and in Santa Rosa, New Mexico, in a little house on a high plateau near the eastern edge of the R...


At Home With Carol Benson

Jimmy Fowler
This week’s ”Art” page features a chat with Fort Worth painter Carol Benson. Her current show at the William Campbell Contemporary offers semi-abstract images of houses that trigger all kinds of questions about stability,...