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Posts Tagged ‘William Campbell Contemporary Art’
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...


Jun Kaneko’s “Hawaiian Drawing d95-37”

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Fort Worth Weekly
The secondary market in art is defined as any piece that was previously sold either because the original owner died or got tired of the work and decided to sell a piece when its market value was highest. William Campbell’s ne...



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

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Fort Worth Weekly
Richard Thompson is a mainstay of the William Campbell Contemporary Art gallery, and he feels like he’s finally making art now that he’s old. His stylized, geometric rural landscapes are front and center at the gallery’s ...


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Fort Worth Weekly
The word “viajem” means “voyage” in Portuguese, and Kevin Tolman based his abstract paintings in his new show at William Campbell on the things he saw in that Iberian country. His abstract mixed-media canvases are on di...



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Fort Worth Weekly
The Dutch≠ artist Arno Kortschot’s sculptures are austere in their geometric forms, yet the bright colors on certain sides of them render them unusually playful and approachable. His Gallery Night show Captured remains on v...


Harmony Padgett’s “Smolder”

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Fort Worth Weekly
Harmony Padgett probably wouldn’t mind if you accused her of painting with too broad a brush. She sometimes uses a broom to apply paint to her abstract canvases. These are getting their own show at William Campbell Contempora...



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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...


Billy Hassell’s “Meadowlark with Jackrabbit and Fox”

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Fort Worth Weekly
Billy Hassell’s stylized, colorful pictures of wildlife are reminiscent of Henri Rousseau’s paintings, although all the animals in his art are species found in Texas. The artist’s new show opens at William Campbell at 6pm...



Part of the festivities for Fall Gallery Night include the opening at FWCAC of Christopher Troutman’s drawings.

Previews

Lots of exemplary shows are opening on Fall Gallery Night. Here are just some of them.
Fort Worth Weekly
The Fort Worth Art Dealers Association deserves a lot of credit for the popularity of Fall and Spring Gallery Nights, so the group can’t get too pissed to see non-FWADA art spaces capitalizing on the event’s popularity. Rem...


Fred Stonehouse’s “Higher”

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Fort Worth Weekly
William Campbell gets all ludic with its exhibit opening this week. Tim Liddy’s sculptures are inspired by board games, while Fred Stonehouse’s paintings draw from fantastic creatures. Charles Waller’s found-object collag...