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Holly Gray’s “52 Weeks”

The M.F.A. thesis exhibition at UTA opened on the 8th, but the opening reception is this Friday at 5-7pm. Eleven artists will show off...

Linda Little’s “Combined Hearts”

Linda Little spent last year creating a new work of art each day. This Saturday, a video installation based on those 365 artworks plays...

Carol Ivey’s “Red Snapper”

Water Works is the name of the show at Artspace 111, and water is the theme, as Madeline Irvine, Carol Ivey, and Deborah Mersky...

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Birds painted in an Audubon-like realistic style would be too straightforward for a venue like William Campbell Contemporary Art. Fortunately, Billy Hassell's renditions of...

Frank X. Tolbert’s “High Island Rookery”

Of interest to art lovers and ornithologists alike, The Texas Bird Project is a show of paintings by Frank X. Tolbert that depicts our...

Eric Fischl’s “Handstand”

Mylar is generally known as a shiny polyester material used in kids’ balloons, but Eric Fischl is painting Mylar figures with layers of acrylic...

Jason Lee’s “El Campo, Texas, March 1, 2017”

Jason Lee takes modern-day vintage photographs. That’s to say, the star of TV’s My Name Is Earl uses expired Kodak film and a 1950s-era...

Neal Paustian’s “All the Water That Will Ever Be, Is Right...

It’s been 10 years since the MFA program at UTA was inaugurated, so you can excuse the school for wanting to blow its own...

Byrd Williams III’s “untitled”

UNT on the Square’s exhibit devoted to four generations of the Byrd Williams family officially opened last week, but the opening reception is this...

Al Souza’s “Antique Kaleidoscope Redux”

Do you like jigsaw puzzles? Al Souza glues sections of completed puzzles onto his abstract acrylic paintings to create artworks that blur the lines...