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Two Exhibits, One Architect

Black House Shines

A Reviving Mural

Avedon’s Texas?

Need and Desire

Blotch Jumbo

Art

Art

Geography, Class

Painter Mark Smith, 60, came by his love of the natural world early. As a kid, he spent equal time in the countryside near...

UT Acquires Four Byrds

Fort Worth photographer and Fort Worth Weekly contributor Byrd Williams IV represents the fourth generation in a family of professional photographers dating back to...

Frank’s Smarter

Though multimedia artist Christopher Blay definitely has a signature style, the 44-year-old Fort Worthian had something of an epiphany last week, when he attended...

Second Annual Visionary Awards

Here’s a conundrum: How can Fort Worth have such an incredible array of art-related institutions and not be an “art town”? (At least not...

Enlightened by the Dark

Anyone who’s checked out conceptual artist Janet Morrow’s current show Ambiguous Belonging at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center was probably intrigued and a...
Sargent paintings at Amon Carter

Amon Carter’s Sargent

Two exhibits opened last Sunday: the sprawling The Age of Impressionism: Great French Paintings from the Clark at the Kimbell Art Museum and the...

McAn’s Implied Landscapes

Photographer, sculptor, and mixed-media canvas artist Robert McAn says that if you look hard enough at some of his work, you can probably find...

Allure and Utility

For years now, Fort Worth painter Sarah Green has been delighting viewers with her whimsical, colorful digital paintings –– she uses a pressure-sensitive pen...

Fort Worth Loses Hockshop Collection

Fort Worth’s most unusual collection of early Texas art has been sold, packed, and trucked to its new home in Houston, leaving the Stockyards...

Big Bend Dreams

If Texas painters didn’t have the vast expanse of terra firma known as Big Bend, what would they paint? And don’t say “bluebonnets.” Or...