Category Archive: Exhibits & Events


DALLAS – The Catholic Foundation has announced J. Lynn Kelly as the winner of the 5th Annual Catholic Foundation Plaza Artists Competition. His work, “Downtown Playground” was unveiled during a public dedication ceremony in the Dallas Arts District.

The winning art will be displayed on a 28’ by 9’8” wall for approximately one year at The Catholic Foundation Plaza, which is free and open to the public and located on the grounds of the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe in the Dallas Arts District. “Downtown Playground” offers Kelly’s artistic vision of the Dallas Arts District. His intent was to directly involve the viewer in the District’s many art exhibition and performance venues. He arranged the venues in his work to artfully divide the space of the picture plane, which invites the public “to dance their eyes around all of the attractions.”

Kelly, the grand prize winner, received a $2,500 stipend, in addition to having his artwork displayed in the Dallas Arts District for one year. Two honorable mentions, Laura Moore with “Peaceful, Calm” and Susan Barnett with “The Plaza” received $250 each

“These places [depicted in the winning artwork] represent a freedom of spirit that we must constantly nourish, making time to relax our pace so that our spirits might join with the artist’s visions and have space to unfold and enlarge,” said J. Lynn Kelly. “Without this we risk becoming isolated and small in a world that can seem so large and uncaring. The people of the Cathedral reach out every day to show others that they do care about one another. What better place than this to display public art which reminds us of the undiminished persistence of the caring spirit, and I hope my art can in some way contribute to that.” 

Earlier this year, The Catholic Foundation invited professional artists living in the North Texas area to submit proposal designs for consideration. A panel of highly respected members of the local arts community then chose the winning piece.

This year’s Selection Committee included one representative from The Catholic Foundation; Cindy M. Gummer, owner of The Enchanted Galleries; Katherine Wagner, CEO of the Business Council for the Arts; Patricia B. Meadows, Art Connections; David C. Hickman, sculptor; Pamela Nelson, Dallas artist; Gary Skotnicki of Architexas, the architectural firm and designer of the Plaza; and David Zvanut, the 2009 competition winner.

“The Dallas Art District is an interactive and inspirational gem in the heart of our city, and Lynn’s artwork captures the vibrant atmosphere our community is fortunate to have,” said Edwin M. Schaffler, President and CEO of The Catholic Foundation. “Each year, we are honored to showcase a talented local artist through this competition, and we know the public will enjoy Lynn’s winning artwork during their visits to the Dallas Arts District as much as we will.” 

Former winners include Marty Ray’s “Celebrate Life, Celebrate Art” in 2006, Ann Cushing Gantz’s “Trumpeting Angels” in 2007, Pamela Nelson’s “Magic Carpet” in 2008, and David Zvanut’s “Music on Parade” in 2009. The competition will be open to artists in summer 2011, and artists are invited to visit to learn about participating in future competitions.

The Catholic Foundation Plaza, dedicated in October 2006, was a gift from The Catholic Foundation to the Dallas community to commemorate the Foundation’s 50th anniversary. In addition to the art wall, the 3,900-square-foot public space is an oasis for Dallas citizens and visitors to enjoy.

Chartered in 1955 by a group of dedicated Catholic laymen, The Catholic Foundation is a donor-focused community foundation that guides benefactors in compassionate charitable giving endeavors, utilizing extensive expertise to carry out the various philanthropic goals of its donors. The Foundation’s planned giving programs connects donors directly with organizations they wish to support within the Diocese of Dallas and elsewhere, whether that is a home parish, Catholic school or a community-based charity. Thanks to the generosity of donors both past and present, The Foundation has provided approximately $24 million to local organizations through hundreds of grants over the past 54 years, and donor-advised funds maintained at the Foundation have accounted for even more grants amounting to millions of dollars. For additional information about The Catholic Foundation, call 972.661.9792.

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Get on the bus with CADD for a tour of contemporary art in Dallas


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2010, 10:00am – 3:00pm


GET ON BUS #2 -Saturday, November 13, @ 10am, with tour guide Patricia Meadows. The second in our series of CADD Bus Tours will begin at Craighead Green Gallery -featuring glass artist Pearl Dick, Photographer, Kenda North, and abstract painter, Jeanie Gooden- the tour will continue to Holly Johnson Gallery -featuring new paintings and sculpture by Garland Fielder- and continuing to new CADD gallery member 500X.

Additionally, the tour will include stops at the studio of ceramic artist Marla Ziegler, and at The Law Offices of Stutzman, Bromberg, Esserman & Plifka, with a collection tour given by John Reoch. Box lunch provided by Wendy Krispin Caterer. Tickets are $50 each -get yours now!

Parking available at Craighead Green Gallery [ MAP ]
1011 Dragon St. Dallas, TX 75207 (214) 855-0779

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A Creative Art Studio First Friday Denton on Nov. 5

Join us for First Friday Denton, November 5th at A Creative Art Studio Located just off the historic square in Denton, Texas Glen Farris returns to the studio with his guitar and harmonica from 7-9 pm. Also back by popular demand is Greg Conlin doing 30 minute portraits for $30. Thinking about holiday shopping? Give a unique gift made by a local artist from A Creative Art Studio. Meet friends and enjoy music and art at A Creative Art Studio. For more information check out our website at or call 940 442-1251.
A Creative Art Studio
227 W Oak, Suite 101
Denton, Texas 76201

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Flora et Lux: Sandra Freeman Nov 11

Vineyard Frame Designs 214-747-1742

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AIA Tour of Homes Dallas Nov. 6-7 Tickets are $25 per person; individual homes may be visited for $10

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Dallas Art Openings : Nov. 4 – 6

These openings are posted courtesy of Jim Mathis from his announcements list: Dallas Art Openings:

(for more openings see Art This Week in DFW – the weekly calendar & update for Art News DFW)

“HUMANATURE” by Damian Elwes at the Kristy Stubbs Gallery - November 4 : 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM gallery%26ei=DD6lTNDeDoK88gaZ_c33AQ%26usg=AFQjCNHxUDQYso4uBzPJjG01bxdohK6RpA
3737 Atwell #104, Dallas, Tx75209

“Deep Time” by Liz Ward and “New Work” by Susie Rosmarin at Dunn and Brown Contemporary - November 4 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
5020 Tracy Street, Dallas, TX 75205

“Mimi’s Art Show” at Cafe Izmir - November 4 : 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
3711 Greenville Ave., Dallas, Tx 75206

“Mimi’s Art Show” at Cafe Izmir - November 4 : 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
3711 Greenville Ave., Dallas, Tx 75206

“Texas Landscapes” by Katie Maratta and Andrew Wick at the Dahlia Woods Gallery - November 5 : 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
600 Cantegral Street, Dallas, TX 75204

“New Works By Kent Wallis” at the Southwest Gallery - November 5 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
4500 Sigma, Dallas, Tx 75244

“Dallas Area Fiber Artists” at the ArtCentre of Plano - November 5 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
901 18th Street, Plano, Tx 75074

“Vibrolyx” by Steven Alexander at Gremillion & Company Fine Art - November 5 : 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
2251 Vantage Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Waterfront : paintings” by Lisa DeStefano and Benjamin Purvis at Rising Gallery - November 5 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
4631 Insurance Lane, Dallas, Tx 75205

“New Works By Kent Wallis” at the Southwest Gallery - November 6 : 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
4500 Sigma, Dallas, Tx 75244

“Silenced Suffering: The Comfort Women Project” by Jungeun Lee at the 500X Gallery - November 6 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
500 Expositon Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75226

“Nate Glaspie and Tiffany Wolf” at the 500X Gallery - November 6 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
500 Expositon Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75226

“The Digital Document” by Brian Fridge, Jill Baker, Jonathan Rattner, Mike Morris, and Daniel Horn at CentralTrak at the University of Texas at Dallas – November 6 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
800 Exposition Ave, Dallas, Tx 75226

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Arts Guild of Denton 2010 TAG Auction for the Arts Nov. 13

Save the Date for the 2010 TAG Auction for the Arts!
Saturday November 13, 2010 
at the Greater Denton Arts Council Center for the Visual Arts

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Dan Wood lecture Nov. 3

Wednesday, 7 pm
3 November 2010
Horchow Auditorium, Dallas Museum of Art   (Note Location)
Work Architecture Company (Work AC), begun by Wood and Amale Andraos in 2003,  pursues wide interests at many scales in design, ecology, and urbanism. Examples include a master plan for the BAM cultural district in Brooklyn and an installation at  MoMA PS1. Wood received his architecture degree from Columbia and teaches at Princeton.

The winners of the Ken Roberts Delineation Competition will be announced at 6:45 pm in Horchow Auditorium before the start of the lecture.  You are encouraged to arrive in time for the awards announcements.  

This lecture is presented by the Dallas Architecture Forum,  the
School of Architecture of the University of Texas at Arlington, and the
Dallas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects 

Lecture Season Benefactor -
Briggs-Freeman Real Estate  | Claire Dewar

AIA Members can earn 1 CE credit per Lecture by attending Forum Lectures—AIA membership number must be provided at sign-in.  

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ZENTANGLE & SILK Retreat Dec. 10-12


December 10, 11 & 12, 2010

Participants will prepare silk scarves to tangle, paint with resist and dyes and steam the silk for color preservation.

The cost of the retreat is $265 Includes your stay, meals, instruction and supplies for tangling, and silk painting.

Save $30 when you register by OCTOBER 31, 2010.



Crafty Hen House

2604 Harwood Road

Bedford, TX.76021


Contact Angie if you are interested. Limited to 8 participants.

 (Artwork shown by Jill Quillian)

Sponsored by the

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Winners of TVAA’s 2010 Citation Show

Annually, the Texas Visual Arts Association holds the prestigious Citation Show which is open to all area artists. Juror was Billy Hassell. This year’s winners:


Elwazir Family Fund Award, Dr. Esmail M. Elwazir & Family ($500)
To:  Bob Nunn,  “Opposing Forces”

Peg Rosenlund Memorial Fund Award, Peg Rosenlund & Family ($300)
To:  Penelope Bisbee, “Life Back”

Rowena Elkin Memorial Award for Sculpture, Virginia Elkin Fuller & Frank Elkin ($300)
To:  Eunice Bridges, “Heart of the Matter”

Bob Brown Memorial Fund Award ($200)
To:  Artyce Colen, “Intensity”

Mary Ratliff Memorial Fund Award ($200) In honor of Charles Ratliff
To:  Clyde Igarashi, “Longing”

For a list of merchandise award winners and more information, see the Citation 2010 page.

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In the Mind’s Eye opens Nov. 2 at Oxide


What: Gallery Night  (Art Opening Reception)


Feature Show : In the Mind’s Eye

A multi-artist show depicting artwork of futuristic, fantasy or other worldly images.


Were: OXIDE Gallery


Location: 501 W Hickory St – Denton – Inside the Linwood-Alford Florist Building .


When: Tuesday, November 2nd


Time: 6p-8p


Refreshments: Catered by Carino’s Italian Restaurant


Admission: FREE


Contact:, 940.483.8900




Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 9a-5p, Saturday 9a-1p


Duration: Show runs from November 2nd - December 3rd

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SYNERGY at FWCAC – Tosca & Alan Engisch

Synergy. Drawings by Tosca Engisch and Geometric Prints by Alan Engisch at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, 1300 Gendy St, Fort Worth, Tx 76107 November 5 – 29 2010, Artists’ reception November 5 6-9 PM

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FWCAC: November Events 



Reception for the Artist

Novmeber 5, 2010

6 – 9PM

November 5 – December 19, 2010

As a geologist and a clay artist, Steve Hilton has developed an appreciation for the anomalies in the many forms of life, clay, rock, and soil covering the Earth’s landscape. Hilton is intrigued by the way plants, animals and weather influence the Earth’s surface, by both erosional and depositional means. This fascination has become an integral part of Hilton’s art.

Steve Hilton currently is a full time ceramics and art education faculty member at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, TX and is the programs director for NCECA (The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts)

FOCUS GALLERY TWO: It Is What It Is (Unless It Isn`t)


Reception for the Artists

November 5, 2010

6 – 9PM

November 5 – December 19, 2010

This is the first exhibition featuring Janet Chaffee and Benito Huerta and the first in which the married couple are collaborating on new works. Janet Chaffee’s work incorporates lace as a conceptual device from which spring her various works such as large scale graphite drawings, small intimate encaustic paintings and cut paper works. Huerta’s work is eclectic in its exploration of media and size while his content still clings to social, political and personal issues.

Chaffee and Huerta will give an Artists’ Talk on Thursday, November 11 at 7PM. It is free and open to the public.

Focus Gallery Exhibitions are presented by the Exhibition Advisory Panel of the Fort Worth Community Arts Center. The mission of the EAP is to exhibit contemporary art with a focus on regional artists in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana.

OTHER GALLERIES: Texas Pottery and Sculpture Guild


Reception and Sale

November 5 & 6, 2010

5 – 9PM/10 – 5PM

November 5 & 6 Sale

Members of the Texas Pottery and Sculpture Guild will sell handmade ceramic works on Friday evening and Saturday all day. Free and open to the public.
The goals of the Texas Pottery and Sculpture Guild are to raise public awareness and appreciation for contemporary three-dimensional arts, provide regular opportunities for artistic growth for its members and also to create a unique environment in which clay artists enrich each other’s lives and creative impulses through friendship.

Paper Dolls


Reception for the Artist

November 11, 2010

6 – 9PM

November 11 – 29, 2010

Randall Yarbrough is an American-born filmmaker and painter. For the last ten years Randall has divided his time between Los Angeles and New York City where he has produced several painting series, a feature film called the ‘Unknowing’, and several unreleased photo projects. His personal reason for painting is described as an innate action as well as a facility through which to express himself where words cannot. This is the artist’s first show in Texas.

Reception for this exhibit is November 11, 2010 from 6 – 9PM. Yarbrough will be available on November 22 between 12 and 2 during the FWCAC Public Tours for questions, as well.

Dressed to Kill


Reception for the Artist

November 5, 2010


November 5 – 29, 2010

Abby Camille Davis of “fAbbylous Fotography”, is a young aspiring photographer with an extremely creative flair for fashion. Her first show, “Dressed to Kill”, displays the beauty and individuality of the animal kingdom and its influence on the world of fashion. Having grown up in “Kids Who Care”, Abby invited several of her theatrical friends to model for this show!

Mexico and Traditions


Reception for the Artist

November 5, 2010


November 5 – 29, 2010

Carlos Baz was born in Mexico City and did studies of photography in New York City. Baz’s photography is very spontaneous, and in many cases he tries to capture the dark side of the human life. The photographing of people who have been brutalized by life isn’t easy; it’s emotionally tough. Carlos Baz tries to use his talent to highlight the human beauty in different forms. He loves to combine the natural with the modern. Baz’s photography reflects the beauty of our streets, our parks, our buildings, and our cities. What the common person cannot see with their eyes they will see with Carlos Baz’s photos.

Live Vividly Through Art


Reception for the Artists

November 5, 2010


November 5 – 29, 2010

Mazie Pannell and Jane Hansen have both explored different types of art over the years. Pannell decorated dolls and trunks, and most recently prefers to paint women and children. Hansen was an art collector for most of her life, and in her retirement has turned to painting for healing and relaxation. Her work focuses on portraits, animals and landscapes. Both artists are students of European Master Grigor Aleski of Sabka Fine Art.



Reception for the Artists

November 5, 2010

6 – 9PM

November 5 – 29, 2010

Connection is defined as the state of having something in common. The commonality in the artwork of Susie Harrison and Pam Stern is an emphasis on the figure, particularly the female figure, and their connection to the natural world. Harrison captures this in intense, fantastical drawings; Stern creates sculptural ceramics which are slip-painted with female faces, entwined with foliage and scenes from her magic-filled childhood.



Reception for the Artists

November 5, 2010

6 – 9PM

November 5 – 29, 2010

Tosca Engisch and Alan Engisch are finally fulfilling their dreams by pursuing their lifelong artistic aspirations after long careers in other fields. Tosca creates drawings and paintings in a more traditional style of old masters, while Alan has used his management and industrial experience to produce Minimalist, Color Ground and Op Art digital works from spreadsheet software.

TAC Featured Artist: Jessica Ray: A Retrospective


Through December 18, 2010


Through December 18, 2010

Award-winning artist and poet Jessica Ray is known for her striking paintings, sculpture, and poetry. Intricately designed and detailed, her mixed media paintings and sculptures capture expressions that touch the human heart.

Mother and child, celestial/astronomical renderings, and nature are among the subjects this native Texan has chosen to interpret since beginning her professional career in art. Ray believes that her work is a way for people to better understand how we are connected to one another. “If my work can make people think about our relationships to each other and the world around us, then maybe we will feel compelled to protect and cherish them.”- Jessica Ray

The Gallery at Clifton Capital Building: Perspectives & Perceptions


Through November 19, 2010


5201 Camp Bowie


9 – 5PM

Through November 19, 2010

The Fort Worth Community Arts Center has a new satellite gallery, in partnership with Clifton Capital Partners, Inc. Located at 5201 Camp Bowie, The Gallery at Clifton Capital Building will be open Monday – Friday during regular business hours.

Nancy Lamb paints people un-posed and off-guard. In trying to catch the true spirit of the moment, Lamb introduces a penetrating quality that is created by slipping behind the social façade to uncover the mask society demands. Nancy Lamb tries to capture a still-life of the psychology of this suspended expression and combine it with textures, fabric, and designs that go along with the visual rhetoric.

Daniel Blagg doesn’t travel far to find material. “Many of my subjects are within a few blocks of my studio,” says the artist, whose warehouse workspace is in an industrial district in Fort Worth, TX. “I am drawn to neglected areas that are in a state of limbo. For me, they have an element of something that’s very ordinary, very American.” The Texas native uses techniques of photorealism to depict symbols of urban blight: abandoned buildings, derelict gas stations, and empty streets. Blagg tries to elevate the mundane. The imagery that Blagg uses is so familiar that one cannot help but be drawn in by these everyday scenes. (Kidder Smith Gallery)

All artwork for this exhibit is loaned courtesy of the artists and Artspace 111.



November 1 & 8; 7-8:30PM: Strength Building Dance Class for Adults
An amorphous experimental class that explores and strengthens core muscles. Along with floor barre, you will learn relaxation exercises at a slow and careful pace. Wear comfy clothes and bring a towel or yoga mat. $5 – $12 per class. Contact Frieda Austin at or 817-771-4137

Tap Class for Adults:
Wednesdays 7:30PM – 8:30PM. Debby Stein, a member of Legacy Tap Project and tap specialist with Kids Who Care, teaches a combination of jazz, rhythm, and Broadway styles. All levels welcome. $15/class $50/month For more information contact Debby Stein at or 817/480-9770

November 5 & 6; 5 – 9PM/10 – 4PM: Texas Pottery and Sculpture Guild Sale
The Texas Pottery & Sculpture Guild (TPSG) is an organization of three-dimensional artists that range in skill from novice to professional. Free and open to the public. Ceramic wares for sale (holidays are coming!)

November 22: Art Tours
The FWCAC will have our first public tour on Monday November 22 at noon and 1PM. A docent will guide you through our galleries and talk about our current events. Artist Randall Yarbrough will be present for a question and answer session about his work. Tours are free and open to the public. For more information, call Kat Versfelt at 817.298.3033.

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Funky Finds Experience Nov. 6 & 7

The Funky Finds Experience is a 2-day indie art & craft fair to be held November 6 & 7 in Fort Worth, Texas. The event will feature the work of over 120 talented artists, crafters & designers that hand-craft various goods

What kind of crafts will be there?
The Funky Finds Experience will showcase the most unique handmade items, including clothing, jewelry, art, plush items, accessories, paper goods, home goods, etc. Our goal is to put together a vendor list that provides shoppers with a wide variety of handmade items.

When & where will the event be held?
The Funky Finds Experience will be held in the Amon G. Carter Exhibits Building at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas. The physical address is 3400 Burnett Tandy Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76107. The Experience will be held 9am-5pm, Saturday, November 6, and 10am-4pm, Sunday, November 7.

How do I get there?
Directions are available here.

Is there a fee to attend the event or park at the event?
Admission is FREE, so bring all your friends & family! Parking rates are posted on the directions page. Also see Parking FAQs below for additional info. 



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November Events at the Visual Art League of Lewisville

Visual Art League of Lewisville member Mary Infante will be exhibiting her works at the Lewisville State Bank during the month of November.  The Bank’s lobby hours are M-Thurs., 9-4; Fri., 9-6; and Sat., 9-1.  The bank is located at 191 Main Street in Lewisville.


Artists Arthur Graye, Lorraine Hayes and Mary Infante will be exhibiting their art work at Tierney’s Café & Tavern during the month of November.  Tierney’s Café & Tavern is located at 208 East Main Street in Lewisville.


Acoustic Fridays are still going on at the Gallery.  Music starts at 7:00 P.M. until…..There is no charge and is open to the public.


Tuesday evening, November 2nd is the VAL art talk featuring our guest artist, Robert Moore.  The time is 7:00 P.M. at the Gallery.


Our present show at the VAL Gallery featuring Robert Moore installations and members’ show, “Bite Size”, small works, runs through November 13th.


Our best wishes to Tommy Smith for receiving the 2010 Angel Award for his patronage of VAL.


The Visual Art League of Lewisville is located at 701 S. Stemmons Fwy., #115 in the Lewisville West Shopping Center, west side of 1-35 between Main Street and Fox Avenue.  Our viewing hours are Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 2-6.

Go to our website at, or call 972-420-9393 for more information.




The Flower Mound Seniors in Motion have sent 8 more boxes to our service men and women overseas in time for the Christmas Holidays.  I want to thank all the seniors for their donations and a special thanks to Wal-Mart in Lewisville and Walgreens in Lewisville for their generous donation to this wonderful cause.

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500X OPENING Nov. 6 – Nate Glaspie and Tiffany Wolf

500X Gallery

500 Expositon Ave.

Dallas, Texas 75226

214.828.1111 |

HOURS: Saturday & Sunday Noon-5pm, and Weekdays by appointment

Nate Glaspie

Constructed from found materials, Nate Glaspie’s visual art initially seem industrially made. This is contributed through the process of relying on the identity of the found materials he chooses. An Apple keyboard box becomes a painting, periodicals from the 70′s become sketchbooks for a continuation of ideas and other materials from stray origins become anew through an artist’s sensitive eye.



Tiffany Lynn Wolf

My thoughts around femininity, insecurity, and home drive my work. I use the process of making as a mechanism for coping with the actual reality versus the preconceived ideal – having the control over an evolving process of making and destroying of objects and idea and developing a relationship of sentimentality and rejection.  I am interested in place… in my place… in my impact on my place…



Jungeun Lee
Silenced Suffering: The Comfort Women Project

During the Second World War (1932-1945), hundreds of thousands of Korean women became “comfort women,” which is a euphemism for women forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese Imperial Army.These women were conscripted into many Asian countries from Korea and imprisoned at the military comfort stations. Since Japan’s defeat in 1945, many of them committed suicide or remained in foreign countries instead of returning to Korea, as they were ashamed and attempting to hide from their past. Since Japan’s defeat, the comfort women have struggled through the physical and emotional consequences of their enslavement for more than sixty years. To date, only two hundred women have testified about their ordeals out of the estimated two hundred thousand women whose lives were impacted by this experience. They overcame the difficulties of publicly speaking out in hope that their testimony would help prevent history from repeating itself.

Approximately two hundred thousand women were involved in sexual slavery in four hundred comfort stations during this war. In this project, I metaphorically portray the number of the comfort women and their testimonies in order to explore their tragic historical memories.



Krista Connerly and Thomas Feulmer
The distance from my eyes to the ground, the distance from me to you across the earth, the distance from the ground to your eyes



Collaborators since 1998, Krista Connerly and Thomas Feulmer look back at three of their action-based works that involve ideas like intimacy, distribution and audience.



Matt  D. Clark and Kathy Webster present We like the boom

The show is a celebration of sparkle, sugar, and mischievous delight.  Delicious temptations which stimulate the senses and tempt the mores. This effort is an extension of an ongoing dialogue between the artists.
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Christine Bisetto & Kerry Pacillio
December 4, 2010 – January 2, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, December 4, 7-10pm

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Reception Nov 6 for 4th Annual Art Chicas

La Reunion website: RSVP at

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Lost in Scotland opens Oct. 30


Lost in Scotland

October 30-November 14

 featuring Scottish paintings by

Earlayne Chance

Hill Country Arts Foundation

120 Point Theatre Road South, Ingram

Opening Night Preview 

October 30, 4:30-7 pm

Bagpipes and Scottish whisky tasting

If you are a Scot,celebrate by wearing your kilts & tartans! 

             Gallery Hours:

Tues.-Sat. 10 am-4 pm

Sun., Nov. 14th 1-4 pm

 For more information call 830-367-5120 or visit Earlayne’s website at

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The Sacredness of Death

The TVAA gallery in the Plaza of the Americas is hosting The Sacredness of Death during the month of October and the first week of November. This show is based on El Dia de Los Muertos – the Day of the Dead celebrations.
The Sacredness of Death
October 1 – November 6
Reception October 31, 2 to 5

Curated by Dorothy Clarke and Fermin Coronado
TVAA Downtown Gallery


The show features the work of Jenny Keller, Laraine Forneret, KeLaine Kvale, Caroline Ometz, JoAnn Musso, Duke Horn, Esther Ritz, John Carpenter, Tina Weger, Carolyn Skei, Salie Henry, Jan Partin, Michael Dulaney, Andrew Anderson, Pat Strakowski, Fermin Coronado, and Dorothy Clarke.

TVAA Downtown Gallery, Plaza of the Americas, Suite G207, 700 N Pearl, Dallas 75201. Free and open to the public.

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Gallery VIII Artists & Friends Studio Tour: Nov. 6 & 7

7th Annual Gallery VIII Artists and Friends Studio Tour: November 6 & 7, 2010

View the latest creations and see how the artists work, as they open their studios for two days in November.

7th Annual Gallery VIII Artists and Friends Studio Tour: November 6 & 7, 2010 .     

View the latest creations and see how the artists work, as they open their studios in Plano & Allen for two days in November:

Saturday, November 6, 10 AM to 5 PM 
Sunday, November 7, Noon to 5 PM

Gallery VIII artists and friends are opening their studios again this year. New to the tour is a retrospective of the watercolors of Wilson Ramage. You are invited to see works in progress, demonstrations, and artwork for sale. Come meet and visit with the artists in their working environment. Bring your family and friends and spend the day touring and reveling in Art! 

“Flower Shopping” by Priscilla Krecji

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10/30 Art & Music Festival in Midlothian

The Lighthouse Coffee Bar in Midlothian will host it’s first Art and Music festival on Saturday, October 30th. The event, dubbed the 10/30 Art & Music Festival, lasts from 10:30am to 10:30pm.

Already a venue for some exceptional local and national talent, the Lighthouse will run two stages continuously throughout the day. There will be a variety of musical genres, including folk, latin, country, blues, jazz and Gospel.

Included in the range of visual arts will be oil and acrylic paintings, water color, photography, video, sculpture, and hand-crafted jewelry. “Live art” will be a prominent feature, with a number of artists painting on site. A special “Kids Korner” will be set up with activities and crafts for the youngsters.

For more information, please contact the Lighthouse Coffee Bar at 972-723-5282 or e-mail or check The Lighthouse is located in Midlothian at 1404 N. 9th Street, just north of Highway 67 and next door to Church’s Chicken and the Exxon Station.

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City Living Tour Dallas Oct. 29 – Nov. 7

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Dallas Art Openings : October 27 – 31

These openings are posted courtesy of Jim Mathis from his announcements list: Dallas Art Openings:

(for more openings see Art This Week in DFW – the weekly calendar & update for Art News DFW)


“Inside Art” by Gabriel Dawe, Ruben Nieto, and Jen Rose at the Dallas Contemporary - October 27 : 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
161 Glass Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Magical, Mystical, Masterful: Alluring alternative fine photographic prints” by Jill Skupin Burkholder at Sun to Moon Gallery - October 28 : 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
1515 Levee Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Context” by Lupita Murillo Tinnen and Keith Wilson at the Brazos Gallery of Richland College – October 28 : 12:00 Noon – 1:00 PM
12800 Abrams Road, Dallas, Tx 75243

“Dallas Portfolio Exchange #9″ by Robert Bittle, Stewart Cohen, Les Hall, Rusty Hill, Misty Keasler, Joshua King, Davis Lyles, Scogin Mayo, Manuel Pecina, Danny Piassick, Ken Smith, and Larry Travis at athe Magnolia Gallery - October 29 : 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
3629 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75204

“Indig-Nation: Agency and the Hegemonic State” by Kristen Cochran, David Witherspoon, Jill Gibbon, Gabriel Dawe, Hugo Urrutia, Mona Kasra, Greg Metz and Trent Straughan at theVisual Arts Building at University Of Texas at Dallas – October 29 : 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
800 West Campbell Road, Richardson, Tx 75083

“The Language of Myth” by Brent Kollock and “Watercolors” by Michael Roque Collins at the Norwood Flynn Gallery - October 30 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
3318 Shorecrest Drive, Dallas, Tx 75235

Easl Art Heist 2010 Fundraiser & Party” at Lofty Spaces – October 30 : 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM ($50 minimun cost)
816 Montgomery Street, Dallas, Tx 75215

“The Sacredness Of Death” at the TVAA - October 31 : 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Plazas of the Americas, 700 North Pearl, Suite G-207, Dallas, Tx 75201

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Annual Contemporary Art Show & Sale Nov. 4 – 7

The Craft Guild of Dallas will open it’s studios for their Annual Show and Sale of Contemporary American Crafts. Over 50 artists and craftsmen will be represented in bookbinding and handmade paper, clay and ceramics, glass, jewelry, painting, photography, fiber arts and mixed media. The show runs from November 4-7, 2010, beginning with an opening reception Thursday from 7:00 pm-10:00 pm, and continues Friday 10:00 am-6:00 pm, Saturday 10:00 am-5:00 pm, and Sunday 12:00 pm-5:00 pm. 

The Craft Guild is located at 14325 Proton Road, Dallas, TX 75244. For more information visit or call 972-490-0303.

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November exhibits at the Arlington Museum of Art

Visible Voices: Paintings by People with Memory Loss

ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION Exhibits Paintings by People with Dementia

November 5 – November 28, 2010


The mission of the Alzheimer’s Association is to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.  The exhibition is planned to coincide with Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and is comprised of some 60 paintings by participants in Memories in the Making®, an art program for people with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. 


Two education events are planned in conjunction with Visible Voices: Paintings by People with Memory Loss:  

  • All About Alzheimer’s Thursday, November 11, 1 to 2:30. An informative slide presentation about understanding memory loss by staff of the Alzheimer’s Association. Open and free to the public.
  •  Memories in the Making® Training: Thursday, November 18, 2 to 4 pm. Free; $50 for care facility staff. by reservation only.This is a presentation on the philosophy, method and materials of Memories in the Making®, for potential volunteers, facility staff and interested individuals.

Public Reception: Friday, November 5, 2010, 6 – 9 pm

WEST OF ARLINGTON: Unique Views of the West
Featured artists Sharon Markwardt, Gene Dillard, Charles Gilliam

November 3 – November 29, 2010


This exhibit reveals the West through the eyes of three different perspectives. Each artist brings a unique view of the West. These views are presented in a wide variety of mediums and styles. But each puts his and her brand on how they see the West- both past and present. 



Public Reception: Saturday, November 6, 2010, 6 - 9 pm


WIDE SPECTRUM: An Art Exhibit by Ten Local Artists
November 1 – 30, 2010 

Denker and Mezzanine Galleries


Featuring the art of Gerard Behon, James Haddock, Darlia Hobbs, Johnny Mahto Hogue, George Kleopfer, Kathy Kline, Mike Kolanko, Connie Parnell, Elva Robinson and Yuri Trushin.

Public Reception: Friday, Nov. 5, 2010, 6 – 9 pm

Arlington Museum of Art | 201 West Main | Arlington | TX | 76010

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Art Conspiracy Ransom Note October 23rd

The Ransom Note 


Greetings, Conspirators! The time is for Conspiracy is here!

If you want to join the Con Artists of Art Conspiracy, here are the details:

When:  Saturday, Oct. 23rd from 7:00 p.m. until midnight

Where: 511 W. Commerce, Dallas, TX 75208

Who: 120+ local artists, Ishi, Seryn, Dem Southernfolkz and KXT’s Paul Slavens and thousands of event goers who want to be a part of the conspiracy to do good in Dallas.

Why: It’s a heckuva a good time and we’re raising money for Today Marks the Beginning, a nonrprofit organization that uses art to impact awareness of social issues and teach children about non-violence. Visit to learn more


Cost: $10 admission, $20 opening bid on artwork

Parking is free, here’s a map:

If you’re not a line lover, head over to Prekindle and purchase your Art Con admission in advance.


7:00 Doors open


8:15 – Dem Southernfolkz


9:45 – Seryn


11:00 Ishi

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Etsy Denton Barn Sale Oct. 30

Saturday, October 30 · 9:00am – 3:00pm

4573 Coyote Point, Denton, TX

Sponsored by Etsy Denton

Come out for Etsy Denton’s first event and support local artists! There will be several Etsy Denton members selling a wide variety of goods for all ages. Get a head start on your holiday shopping with unique, handmade gifts made locally in Denton! The first 10 people that come to the show get a free goody bag! This is a family-friendly event. There will be live music, face painting, and a costume contest for the kids. For an idea of what will be at the sale, go to the Etsy Denton fanpage

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Art Heist Oct. 30



I hope you will support EASL and attend ART HEIST 2010. EASL helps artists in time of need and over 150 artists have donated works of art and you get to go home with one! 


Time: October 30, 2010 from 7pm to 11pm




Event Description:

Buy your tickets online or direct (preferred so more $ goes to EASL than in fees) from me, Marty Ray, Anna Palmer, Patricia Meadows, Rini Baker, Marla Bane, Melodee Ramirez, Kim McCarty, Nancy Ferro, Edith Baker, Norman Kary, Kathy Windrow, or Taylor McDaniel in Dallas or from Pam or Bill Campbell in Ft Worth.



Fundraiser & Party

Saturday, October 30, 7-11 PM

Lofty Spaces

816 Montgomery Street

Dallas, Texas 75215


Donated art preview:


Emergency Artists’ Support League was founded in 1992 to provide limited emergency financial assistance to Dallas/Fort Worth area visual artists and visual arts professionals who are in need because of a dire medical emergency, accident or loss of personal and professional property. Contributed funds are held for distribution by the Communities Foundation of Texas, Inc., Dallas, Texas.



See more details and RSVP on DALLAS ARTS SALON:


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Artopia benefits the MasterMind Awards on Nov. 13

Dallas Observer is excited to host its first ever Artopia on Saturday, November 13th in Victory Park.   

Artopia is an upscale celebration of Dallas Art.  It incorporates food, drink, art, music, theater and fashion into one evening with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the MasterMind Awards.  Dallas Observer will award upcoming individuals or small organizations that have made an impact in the local art community. The winners will be featured in a special pullout section of Dallas Observer, and will be honored at the event on November 13th.
Date: Saturday, November 13, 2010
Time: 8PM – 11PM
Location: Victory Park (2350 Victory Park Lane, formerly LFT & Avalon Salon)
25% OFF Artopia Tickets.  Discounted Tickets can be purchased HERE, use PromoCode: ARTS

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Darla Bostick reception Oct. 22

You’re invited to: Darla Bostick, reception, Friday, 22 Oct, 7pm, Ramen Republic, Denton

The art work hanging is part of “First Impressions of China” photo exhibit. It encompasses 15 photos taken in Beijing, Datong, Wutai Shan, Xian and Lintao. This is the first showing as a group in Denton. It has travelled as a larger exhibit to Dallas, Frisco, Irving and also the Irving Television Station. Separate pieces of it have been juried into art shows.


Two pieces have been published: “Serenity, Beijing” appeared on the front page of the “Dallas Morning News” travel section and “The Blessing” appeared as a two-page spread in “Life Images” magazine.

Iced tea and some salad provided by the manager. At Ramen Republic you make your own soup if you wish to come for a dinner. Just pick your noodle, broth, your protein and then top it off with a multitude of yummy tidbits on the soup bar!

210 E Hickory St

Denton, TX 76201-4218

(940) 387-3757

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Wildlife Art Show winners

Irving Art Association’s 9th Annual Juried National Wildlife Art Competition held its Reception and Awards Ceremony on Oct. 17. This year’s show is truly a wonderful display of wildlife art from 17 states. Those in attendance represented Texas from: Houston; Dallas; Temple; Keller; Prosper; Enchanted Oaks; Lewisville; Austin; Coldsprings and Arlington.  We also had artists from Woodward , Oklahoma; Albuquerque, NM and Pampano Beach, Fl. For more about the show, see the website:

The juror Acree Carlisle drove in from Houston to meet artists, and gave an entertaining insight to judging the show, and helped distribute awards The show will run through October the 28th.

This year’s winners were:

  • Best of Show: Carrie Cook, Dallas, Tx for Dream Bear – Oil
  • President’s Award: Mark Downey, Butler, Ky for Deer Respite – Oil 
  • Winsor & Newton Award: Irma Murray, Lewisville, Tx for Blue Jay – Gouache
  • Irving Animal Care Campus Urban Wildlife Rescue Award: Susan Spjut, Houston, Tx for Cormorant – Oil


  • Oil/Acrylic
    • 1st Place (provided in part by Blick Art Material): Charles Wallis, Coldsprings, Tx for King of the Hill – Acrylic
    • 2nd Place: Marie D Williams, Prosper, Tx for Waiting – Oil
    • 3rd Place: Shelia Minnich, Midwest, Okla for Cariad – Oil
    • Honorable Mention (provided in part by Jack Richeson): Sheryl Hughes, Pompano Beach, FL for Birds and Beaks – Oil
  • Water Media/Mixed Media
    • 1st Place(provided in part by Asel Art Supply): Gayle Bunch, Keller, Tx for Savannah Spots – Watercolor
    • 2nd Place :Gwen Dennis, Austin, Tx for Cheetah – Watercolor
    • 3rd Place: Celene Terry, Enchanted Oaks, Tx for Waiting to be Seated- Watercolor
    • Honorable Mention( provided in part by Jack Richeson): Jean Benoit, Natchez, Ms for Two Bumps on a Log – Watercolor
  • Drawing
    • 1st Place (provided in part by Asel Art Supply): Leslie Evans, Temple, Tx for Hold Still – Colored Pencil
    • 2nd Place (provided in part by Jack Richeson): Patsy Lindamood, Gainesville, Fl for Target Fixed, Poised for Attack – Pastel
    • 3rd Place(provided in part by Jack Richeson): Rose Baggs, Arlington, Tx for Lemur’s Snack Time – Pastel
    • Honorable Mention: David Wascko, Ravenna, Oh for Rain Forest Mom – Pen/Sumie Ink
  • Photography/Sculpture
    • 1st Place: Roger G Owens, Talahassee, Fl  for It’s Hard to be Humble – Photography
    • 2nd Place: Sam Kolman, Albuquerque, NM for A Sip at Sunset – Photography
    • 3rd Place: Stephen G Jones, Woodward, Okla for A Hare Miss – Sculpture
    • Honorable Mention (provided by Creative Catalyst Productions): Mary Atwood, Jacksonville, Ms for First Flight Lesson – Photography

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Language of Myth opening Oct. 30 at Norwood Flynn

“THE LANGUAGE OF MYTH: New Work by Brent Kollock, and Watercolors by Michael Roque Collins” opens on Saturday, October 30, 2010

Norwood Flynn Gallery announces “The Language of Myth: New Work by Brent Kollock, and Watercolors by Michael Roque Collins.”  The show opens with an artists’ reception on Saturday, October 30, from 6-8pm and continues through November 20.  In conjunction with the exhibit, there will be a panel discussion by the artists, moderated by Jim Edwards, Gallery Director-Curator for Houston Baptist University’s Art Gallery on Saturday, November 13 at 7pm. for information.


About the Artists:

Brent Kollock  is a Houston-born artist and writer who obtained his BFA from SMU and  lives and works in Dallas.  He has shown at Norwood Flynn Gallery since Fall of ‘09.  His work is included in many private collections throughout the world, and he has shown in galleries in Dallas, Houston and throughout Texas.


Michael Roque Collins:  Norwood Flynn Gallery is pleased to have the opportunity to exhibit new watercolors by Michael Roque Collins.  Michael is currently the Director of the School of Art, Artist in Residence and Associate Professor in Art at Houston Baptist University.  Formerly represented by Geoffrey Peters in Dallas, he is also an internationally collected professional artist,  now represented exclusively by LewAllen Contemporary in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  He maintains a very active exhibition schedule, showing extensively both regionally, nationally, and internationally. Mr. Collins’ paintings are represented in permanent collections of over fifteen museums including the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, El Paso Museum of Fine Art, Art Museum of South Texas, San Antonio Museum of Art, Texas A&M University Wayne Stark Museum, College Station, Texas, and both the Lowe and Bass Museum Collections in Miami, Florida. His works have been juried in over 180 local, national and international art exhibitions and he has had thirty solo exhibitions at galleries and museums in the United States, and been selected for major international exhibitions in Germany, Cuba, China and Peru.


About the Panelist:

Jim Edwards is Gallery Director-Curator for Houston Baptist University’s Art Gallery as well as Associate Professor in HBU’s Art Department.  Edwards graduated with BFA and MFA degrees from the San Francisco Art Institute and is a Rockefeller Fellow in Museum Education and Community Studies from the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.  Considered an authority on modern and contemporary art in the American West, Edwards has curated and directed museums and galleries for more than 30 years.


About Norwood Flynn Gallery:

Norwood Flynn Gallery, housed in a 1940′s cottage on the south shore of Bachman Lake, represents contemporary art by emerging and mid career artists.  The gallery exhibits and sells paintings, sculptures, drawings, photography, & new media, with an emphasis on unique Texas artists.

          Gallery Information:

         Norwood Flynn Gallery – Sue Flynn, Owner

         3318 Shorecrest, Dallas, Texas 75235

         NFG is a member of DADA  214-351-3318

         Gallery Hours: Wednesday through Saturday: Noon – 5:00 p.m. And by appointment

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LINK opens Oct. 23 at HCG LINK: Adrianna Carvalho, David Zalben, and George Schroeder

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SWA 2010 Members’ Juried Show Awards

The Society of Watercolor Artists Annual Members Show continues through Oct. 30 at the Atrium of the University North Texas Health and Science Center, 3500 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, Texas 76107. Awards were presented on Sept. 11th. Juror was Nel Dorn Byrd. For more information and an online catalog of the show see

Best of Show… “The Gallery in Paris” Kenji Nishikawa

First Place…….. “Loli” Ann Winchester

Second Place… “Are the Good Times Over” Lynda Robinson

Third place…… “1934 MG J2” Dave Maxwell

Juror’s Special Award….. “Cowboy Reminiscing” Randy Meador

Honorable Mention:

“Plein Aire Book Club” Marianna Alfaro
“Twilight’s Waltz”  Kathleen Krueger Bishop
“Windswept Bay”  Charlotte Krystinik 
“Window Verde” Barbara Millican
“Dahlia and Waterford” Soon Y. Warren

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Dallas Art Openings : October 19 – 24

These openings are posted courtesy of Jim Mathis from his announcements list: Dallas Art Openings:

(for more openings see Art This Week in DFW – the weekly calendar & update for Art News DFW)

“Pulling Back The Curtain” by Kate Borcherding, Andy DeCaen, Kazuko Goto, David Newman, Bill Mathie, Matt Rebholz, Mark Ritchie, Carter Scaggs, and Marc Snyder at the Arts Gallery at Collin County Community College - October 19 : 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Spring Creek Campus, 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, Tx 75074

“Eliseo’s Art” by Eliseo Garcia at Eliseo’s Work Studio - October 20 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
120 Express Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Art Exhibit Featuring Works of Cliff Snell III” at the Granville Arts Center Gallery - October 21 : 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
300 N. Fifth Street, Garland, Tx 75040

“Faculty Projects” at Gallery 219 at Eastfield College - October 21 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
3737 Motley Drive, Mesquite, Tx 75150

“The End of Commerce” at the Ro2ART - October 22 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
1514 Commerce Street, Dallas, Tx 75201

“NEW SPACE / NEW PAINTINGS” by Michael Cross at the Michael Cross Gallery - October 22 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
5307 E. Mockingbird Lane, Suite #107, Dallas, Tx 75206

“New Paintings” by Nancy Brown at the Mercantile Coffee House - October 23 : 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
1800 Main Street, Suite 1000, Dallas, Tx 75201

“New Works” by Willie Binnie at the Bows and Arrows - October 23 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
1927 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75206

“Megacities” by Christopher Lee Martin at Haley-Henman Galleries - October 23 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
2335 Hardwick Street, Dallas, Tx 75208

“Texas Visual Arts Association Citation 2010″ with Betsy Bass, Julianne Biehl, Penelope Bisbee, Lori Bongiovanni, Martha Box, Eunice Bridges, Judy Buckner, John M. Carpenter, Carl Chick, Linda Clary, Artyce Colen, Michael D. Courtney, Lori Cusick, Gisa Elwazir, Robin Gary, Duke Horn, Shari Hornish, Clyde Igarashi, Bea Irons, Jackie MacLelland, Barbara Q. McNutt, Hamutal Michaeli, Bob Nunn, Junko Otsu, Jan Partin, Debra Sue Payne, Gaby Pruitt, Esther Ritz, Peg Rosenlund, Cathy Rutter, Jerry E. Smith, Bart J. Soutendijk, Ron Stephens, Cynthia Stone, Jeanne Sturdevant, John Volker, and Talley Williams at thePFAMILY ARTS - October 23 : 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
4017 Preston Road, #544 LakeSide Market, Plano, Tx 75093

“Link” by Adriana Carvalho, David Zalben, and George Schroeder at the HCG Gallery - October 23 : 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM   
1130 Dragon Street, Suite 190, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Denton Rising Artists” by Jennifer Leigh Jones, Michael Bales, Elizabeth Hurtado, Rachelle Blosser, John Finn, Savannah Niles, Jon Orbock, Andrew Giles, Adam Burkett, Anna Elliot, Rita Childress, Hillari Oller, Carl Bajandas and Augustine Cordero at the LuminArte - October 23 : 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM
1727 East Levee Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“The Heritage” by Sharon Elliott and Felicia Hunt at the Historic Anderson Building - October 24 : 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
1502 Houston Street, Grand Prairie, Tx 75050

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