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Cisco Merel’s “Post-Processing” (detail)

Inspired by the skateparks and urban sites of his native Panama, Cisco Merel has combined paintings and sculpture to produce a site-specific installation for...

Greg Bahr’s “Morning Rounds”

Take a trip back into recent Fort Worth art history with the new art show at TCC, which features the works by the artists...

Beverly Penn’s “Asclepias”

Beverly Penn’s bronze sculptures, showing right now at William Campbell, are inspired by plant life forms. Her wall-mounted pieces, much larger than the plants...

Arthur Brouthers’ “Hannah Floating”

Continuing a theme that was first exhibited at Fort Works Art last year, Duets 2.0 is a show that pairs up artists with each...

Ann Gilloon’s “Lady in Red”

Grackle Art Gallery is ringing in Halloween with its one-night art show Scared Shi(r)tless, featuring macabre works by 10 different artists and live music...

H. Schenck’s “untitled”

UTA’s 16th faculty biennial started last Monday, but the opening reception doesn’t take place until 5:30pm Fri. The school’s 35 faculty members work in...

John Hartley’s “Mother Mary”

Collectible toys and figures are the subjects of John Hartley’s paintings, which are on display at Artspace 111 through the week. The art exhibit...

Aaron Roe’s “Wild Oats”

The Grackle Art Gallery has yet another one-night show, the ungrammatically titled Gooder, this Saturday night. Eric Osbourne, Tortuga Redfro, and Rebecca Jozwiak will...

Lee Hill’s “Bubble Forge”

The title of Gallery 414’s show, Forged Paint, comes from artist Lee Hill and his view of his abstract acrylic canvases being forged the...

He Huisi’s “I Can’t Promise You the Ride of Your Life”...

A native of China, Huisi He came to America 10 years ago to pursue an art career in a country that has freedom of...