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Lloyd Martin’s “Weave”

Lloyd Martin’s abstract paintings look like colorful flat blocks stacked atop one another haphazardly, though the colors form identifiable patterns that you can easily...

Amber Kraatz’ “Rinse and Repeat”

It’s finally over. After 20 years in operation, Gallery 414 in the Cultural District will close its doors forever next month. You still have...

Trista Morris’ “The Energy of Poppies”

Matthew Broyles, Ryker Hall, and Orthodox Fuzz will provide music for Grackle Art Gallery’s first one-night-only show of 2019. You can see Landon Shepherd’s...

Josh Wilson’s “Stroke Rehabilitation”

The Gallery at UTA’s newest show features the works of faculty members who have recently joined the school or been promoted to full professor....

Bernd Haussmann’s “As the Rain is Falling XI”

Bernd Haussmann’s abstract canvases are inspired by the electrically charged moment when the skies are about to open up, and so his new show...

Marshall Harris’ “Round Up”

We didn’t have an issue last week, so we missed the opening of Marshall Harris’ I Wanna Be a Cowboy show at FWCAC. However,...

Julia Ross’ “Glass Art Garden”

Julia Ross’ Finding the Light exhibition only opened last week, but it’s already closing this weekend. Inspired by the loss of her 26-year-old son,...

Austin Fields’ “untitled”

Fort Works Art gives you two art openings for the price of one this weekend. Janice Wueste’s show of paintings Spindletop runs only through...

Ron Tomlinson’s “Vecinos”

Ron Tomlinson passed away suddenly last September, and we can safely say he had little idea how timely his exhibit Vecinos would become this...

Mark Smith’s “#6 Night Talk”

The galleries are starting to trot out new stuff for buyers to gawk at and possibly purchase for the holiday season. William Campbell is...