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Finding Mañanaland

The Art of Beer

R.I.P. Ron Tomlinson

Need and Desire

Second Annual Visionary Awards

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When Guillermo Tapia invited me to participate in a nude drawing session, I envisioned a French parlor room setting where steely-eyed, mustachioed artists slaved...

Phillips Collection: The Collector’s Eye

A hundred years ago, what we now call “modern art” had yet to make a favorable impression on our country’s critics and tastemakers. In...

Austin and Jay

Austin Fields and Jay Wilkinson make a great team. Their dual exhibit at Fort Works Art does the seemingly impossible: brings a party right...

The Art 
of Sport

For a world-class art institution, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art sure has a sporting side. A surprising number of works depict subjects...

Benton and the Paxtons

Thomas Hart Benton was such a major American artist and muralist during the 1930s and 1940s that some consider him America’s version of Diego...

Artspace 111 Group-on

It’s not just my favorite piece in Artspace 111’s fifth annual regional juried show. It’s probably one of my all-time faves. Basically, Ruth Keitz’s...

Gallery Night Roundup

If you’re like me, there was simply no easy way to do Gallery Night last Saturday. With nearly 20 participating galleries and almost as...
Culture design winner and Art Institute student, Mark Mayr

Best Of Culture 2013

Top Five Artworks “Attention Retention” by Bradly Brown Exhibited as part of his TCU MFA thesis at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts, Brown’s simple yet beguiling found-object...

Jay Wilkinson Versus the World

Jay Wilkinson’s first works of art were inspired by comics but not in a Roy Lichtenstein kind of way. “I was dyslexic,” Wilkinson said, “so...

The Art of Collection

When attorney Sam Myers and wife Myrna Myers moved to Paris in the mid-1960s, the young couple, both second-generation Americans from working-class families, were...