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Phillips Collection: The Collector’s Eye

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Ann Ekstrom’s “Night Bloomer” is on display at Artspace 111.

Plastic Nature, Naturally

Inspired by her mother, the late painter and printmaker Beth Lea Clardy, Fort Worth’s Ann Ekstrom has spent most of her professional life reconstituting...
LBJ at home on the range. AP Photo/Bill Hudson

Presidential Lens

A photo exhibit at The Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas is powerful enough to transport viewers into a time warp, even though many of...
“Home to Ithaca,” a collage, depicts Odysseus at the bow of his ship, returning home in triumph.

An American Odyssey

Ancient Greek literature and modern American art seldom collide, let alone appear in the same museum exhibit. Seeing both through an African-American lens is...
The Humphries brothers would go on to record with the legendary Roy Rogers and help create Western Swing music.

Early Fort Worth in Photos

Before Fort Worth was a city of cowboys and culture, it was a city of, well, cowboys. The people of this not-so-long-ago time are...

Concerts in the Garden: Groovy, Man

Alright, I’m going to say it. The Woodstock-themed Concerts in the Garden last Saturday was groovy. It was a happenin’, far out, psychedelic show...
“Claire Hinkle” was on display during Hinkle’s inaugural exhibit at Milan Gallery.

Rhapsody in Blues

Bluesman James Hinkle is trading in his guitar pick for a paintbrush. But don’t think he’s starting over. The 55-year-old native Fort Worthian has had...

Texas Biennial: Fort Worth Love

Fort Worth’s Letitia Huckaby, Hiroko Kubo, Angela Kallus, Gregory Ruppe, and HOMECOMING! Committee and Arlington’s Jeff Gibbons are the Tarrant County artists selected by...

Fort Worth’s Woodson Named State Painter

Fort Worth painter and TCU alum and former prof Jim Woodson has been named state artist (two-dimensional) for 2013 by The Texas Commission on...

Fort Worth Artist Wins Hunting Art Prize

Native Fort Worthian and TCU alum Marshall Harris’ “Round Up: B.F. Smith & Son Saddlery Circa 1940-1942,” a life-size photorealist graphite drawing, was chosen...

Museum Swap: The Perot is Pretty Groovy

Never mind all of the noise you’ve (probably) been hearing about the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas. The building is not...