Category Archive: Exhibits & Events

DeSoto Art League March & April Exhibits

MARCH ART EXHIBITS

There are two very, very good art exhibits on display at the DeSoto City Hall Atrium Gallery this month.  Russ Reed’s art is truly beautiful.  He is a consistent winner in recent art shows.  Dont miss his art work. 

Bill and Ulla Hall have their ceramic art on display as well.  This husband and wife team are literally joined by pottery.  After both loosing their spouses, they met in a pottery class and have been together both in real life and in the pottery studio.  Ulla’s heiritage from being born in Sweden and Bill’s technical background both show up  in their work.

Be sure and get by and see these exhibits that end on March 30.

APRIL EXHIBITS 

 

In April, be prepared for two more outstanding exhibits.  Art Tedeschi will be exhibiting his spectacular photograhy work.

Rockport, Texas Ceramic Artist Taylor Hendrix will have the Ceramic exhibit.  Taylor is Operations Director for the Rockport Center for the Arts and is a prize winning potter.

These exhibits will be on display during the month of April though the 30th.

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Dallas Art Openings: March 20 – March 24

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

Dallas Art Openingshttp://groups.yahoo.com/group/DallasArtOpenings/

For more openings, see the Art Events section of Art This Week or the Art Events Calendar from Google Calendar.


Great Openings! Enjoy!

“Revisiting the Discarded” by Norman Kary, Nancy Ferro, and Chase Yarborough, at North Lake College – March 20 : 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
http://www.northlakecollege.edu/student-life/Pages/default.aspx
5001 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving, Tx 75038

“Artist Talk” by Kael Alford, at the University of Texas at Dallas – March 20 : 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
http://www.utdallas.edu/ah/events/detail.html?id=1220195921
Visual Arts Building, 800 W. Campbell Road, Richardson, Tx 75080

“7th Annual Juried Exhibition” at the Arts Gallery at Collin College – March 21 : 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
http://www.collin.edu/theartsgallery/1_Calendar/2012/03_125/index.htm
Spring Creek Campus, 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, Tx 75074

“Plano Art Association 125 Show” at the THE ARTS Gallery of Plano – March 21 : 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=hdgmxhdab&v=001Kq5KIUlW9l2d6wldkavioJQf7IzE6mLcu_jfpqDKbkZlWGeNpJHkJptkXKvqbjZPrOhy4VTSVoDEAn5R199cwHyu7nyLoYVtnU1vPNiK1UITE1WVio8VMZt6N1BT5c3c
2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, Tx 75074

“Recent Paintings and Collage” by Jerry Burchman at Gremillion & Co. Fine Art – March 22 : 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
http://www.gremillion.com/html/ex_future.html
2251 Vantage Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Free Art Party” at the MAC – March 22 : 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM
http://the-mac.org/2012/02/255/
3120 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75204

“New Works” by Bruce Lee Webb at the Magnolia Gallery – March 22 : 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM
http://www.magnoliagallerydallas.com/upcoming.html
3699 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75204

“Long Gone” by Tony Bones at the Tractorbeam – March 22 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://tractorbeam.com/#Gallery
325 Cesar Chavez, Dallas, Tx 75201

“Good & Services” by Joshua King at WAAS Gallery – March 23 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://waasgallery.com/exhibitions/
2722 Logan Street, Dallas, Tx 75215

“COLOR CRASH!” by Sharon Neel-Bagley, Johanna Roffino-Hulsey, Melissa Wertz, Laurie Mahoney, Sherry Houpt, Karen Jacobi, Jacque Forsher, Karen Gray, April Greenlee, Carol Blanchard Parks, Rachel Garay Kolb, Rita Barnard, Julia McLain, Linda Ford, and Michelle Stroescu, at the Art Hotel Gallery – March 24 : 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
http://ahacollective.weebly.com/color-crash-32412.html
1112 S. Akard, Dallas, Tx 75215

“Remove Your Mask” by T. J. Griffin at Ro2 Art Downtown Projects – March 24 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://www.ro2art.com/tj-griffin—bio.html
110 North Akard, Dallas, Tx 75201

“HERE COME THE SONS” by Christian Millet and Nix Johnson at Smoke and Mirrors Art Gallery – March 23 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://www.smokemirrorsart.com/#!exhibitions
1920 North Haskell Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75228

“Fine Art, Fine Wine and a Fine Cause” by Dan Coppersmith, Lori and Dan Dudley, Linda Gossett, Audrey Legatowicz, Barry Perez, Bob Munro, Lugina Stanley, Marty Ruiz, and Marla Cook, at the Times Ten Cellars – March 24: 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM
http://timestencellars.com/events_dallas.html
6324 Prospect Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75214

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Dallas Art Openings: March 20 – March 24

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

Dallas Art Openingshttp://groups.yahoo.com/group/DallasArtOpenings/

For more openings, see the Art Events section of Art This Week or the Art Events Calendar from Google Calendar.


Great Openings! Enjoy!

“Revisiting the Discarded” by Norman Kary, Nancy Ferro, and Chase Yarborough, at North Lake College – March 20 : 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
http://www.northlakecollege.edu/student-life/Pages/default.aspx
5001 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving, Tx 75038

“Artist Talk” by Kael Alford, at the University of Texas at Dallas – March 20 : 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
http://www.utdallas.edu/ah/events/detail.html?id=1220195921
Visual Arts Building, 800 W. Campbell Road, Richardson, Tx 75080

“7th Annual Juried Exhibition” at the Arts Gallery at Collin College – March 21 : 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
http://www.collin.edu/theartsgallery/1_Calendar/2012/03_125/index.htm
Spring Creek Campus, 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, Tx 75074

“Plano Art Association 125 Show” at the THE ARTS Gallery of Plano – March 21 : 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=hdgmxhdab&v=001Kq5KIUlW9l2d6wldkavioJQf7IzE6mLcu_jfpqDKbkZlWGeNpJHkJptkXKvqbjZPrOhy4VTSVoDEAn5R199cwHyu7nyLoYVtnU1vPNiK1UITE1WVio8VMZt6N1BT5c3c
2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, Tx 75074

“Recent Paintings and Collage” by Jerry Burchman at Gremillion & Co. Fine Art – March 22 : 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
http://www.gremillion.com/html/ex_future.html
2251 Vantage Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Free Art Party” at the MAC – March 22 : 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM
http://the-mac.org/2012/02/255/
3120 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75204

“New Works” by Bruce Lee Webb at the Magnolia Gallery – March 22 : 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM
http://www.magnoliagallerydallas.com/upcoming.html
3699 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75204

“Long Gone” by Tony Bones at the Tractorbeam – March 22 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://tractorbeam.com/#Gallery
325 Cesar Chavez, Dallas, Tx 75201

“Good & Services” by Joshua King at WAAS Gallery – March 23 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://waasgallery.com/exhibitions/
2722 Logan Street, Dallas, Tx 75215

“COLOR CRASH!” by Sharon Neel-Bagley, Johanna Roffino-Hulsey, Melissa Wertz, Laurie Mahoney, Sherry Houpt, Karen Jacobi, Jacque Forsher, Karen Gray, April Greenlee, Carol Blanchard Parks, Rachel Garay Kolb, Rita Barnard, Julia McLain, Linda Ford, and Michelle Stroescu, at the Art Hotel Gallery – March 24 : 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
http://ahacollective.weebly.com/color-crash-32412.html
1112 S. Akard, Dallas, Tx 75215

“Remove Your Mask” by T. J. Griffin at Ro2 Art Downtown Projects – March 24 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://www.ro2art.com/tj-griffin—bio.html
110 North Akard, Dallas, Tx 75201

“HERE COME THE SONS” by Christian Millet and Nix Johnson at Smoke and Mirrors Art Gallery – March 23 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://www.smokemirrorsart.com/#!exhibitions
1920 North Haskell Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75228

“Fine Art, Fine Wine and a Fine Cause” by Dan Coppersmith, Lori and Dan Dudley, Linda Gossett, Audrey Legatowicz, Barry Perez, Bob Munro, Lugina Stanley, Marty Ruiz, and Marla Cook, at the Times Ten Cellars – March 24: 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM
http://timestencellars.com/events_dallas.html
6324 Prospect Avenue, Dallas, Tx 75214

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Tuesday Evenings at the Modern

Tuesday Evenings at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

This popular series of lectures and presentations by artists, scholars, and critics is free and open to the public. To assure seating, free admission tickets are available at the Modern’s admission desk beginning at 5 pm on the day of the lecture. Seating begins at 6:30 pm and is limited to 250. A live broadcast of the lectures is shown in Café Modern for any additional guests. Lectures begin at 7 pm. The Museum galleries and the café remain open until 7 pm on Tuesday evenings during the series.

Podcasts of these lectures are available here, two weeks after presentation date.

For more information, see http://www.themodern.org/lectures.html

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is located at 3200 Darnell Street in Fort Worth’s Cultural District, approximately 2 miles west of Downtown Fort Worth and 3 miles north of Texas Christian University. Parking is available on premises. Street and commercial parking facilities are also available.


March 27
Andrea Fraser

Andrea Fraser is an artist currently based in Los Angeles, California, where she is a professor at UCLA in the department of art. She also serves as visiting faculty for the Whitney Independent Study Program in New York. Fraser has used performance, video, and a range of other media to explore the motivations that drive artists, collectors, art dealers, corporate sponsors, museum trustees, and museum visitors from the pursuit of prestige to that of financial investment, to sexual fantasy and self-realization. Working since the mid-1980s, Fraser has built on the site-specific and research-based approaches that emerged with conceptualism, combining them with feminist investigations of subjectivity and desire. Her methods are rooted in the psychoanalytic principle that one can only engage structures and relationships through the immediacy of performance. In addition, Fraser also writes about her observations and experiences in art and life. Moved by a personal and immediate engagement with Fred Sandback’s work at Dia: Beacon in 2004, she wrote the essay, “Why does Fred Sandback’s Work Make Me Cry.” For Tuesday Evenings, Fraser presents and discusses this moving essay that explores the psychological and emotional aspects of our relationship with art and museums

April 3
Gregg Bordowitz

Writer and artist Gregg Bordowitz presents Testing Some Beliefs, an ongoing series of lectures/performances that consider the strength and longevity, as well as the present relevancy, of some personal and collective beliefs. Currently the Chair of the film, video, new media, and animation department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and faculty at the Whitney Independent Study Program, Bordowitz is known for his work as an AIDS activist in the 1980s and 1990s, as well as his socially conscious, thoughtful, and poetic performance-based work. Throughout his career, he has been recognized with awards and grants, including the 2006 Frank Jewitt Mather Award for The AIDS Crisis Is Ridiculous and Other Writings 1986–2003, a Rockefeller Intercultural Arts Fellowship, and a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship. Of Testing Some Beliefs, Bordowitz writes, “I believe that art can change the world. I believe that art and freedom are necessarily related. There are no facts to support these claims. Still, I carry these beliefs formed decades ago. How do some beliefs remain and what do I gain by believing? At the risk of sounding ridiculous, I will try to explain.”

For more information on Gregg Bordowitz, visit www.greggbordowitz.com.

April 10
Gary Rough

Gary Rough is a Scottish conceptual artist based in New York who represented his homeland in the 2003 Venice Biennale. As described in the press release for a recent solo show at numberthirtyfive gallery, New York, Rough “has cast himself as the antihero in his own dystopian novel.” Rough scrupulously labors to report upon the fragility, pathos, and beauty of the human condition, evoking the romantic, mundane, bleak, and intimate in paintings, sculpture, text, T-shirts, site-specific installations, and more with work that appears to be cobbled together in a deceptively hurried and craftless manner. It is no surprise that Rough was attracted to Kurt Vonnegut’s character Rabo Karabekian, the fictional and failed Abstract Expressionist painter whose paintings faded and disappeared from their canvases in Bluebearddue to a combination of stupidity and bad luck. After working with the author, in 2007, the year of Vonnegut’s death, Rough recreated and showed Karabekian’s “Sateen-Dura Luxe” paintings, at Fergus McCaffrey Fine Art, New York, based on Vonnegut’s descriptions of them in the book. This exercise, and the remarkable resulting paintings, brought Rough critical acclaim and an intriguing relationship with Vonnegut and his widow. Rough continues to explore the ordinary and often pathetic experiences and conditions of life on earth with tenderness and extraordinary astuteness. For Tuesday Evenings, he shares the insights and revelations of his career thus far.

April 17
Lucy Lippard

Lucy Lippard is a distinguished writer, curator, editor, lecturer, and activist who has long been appreciated for her expansive scholarship and insight, having been one of the first to recognize the dematerialization of the work in art’s movement toward conceptualism as well as an early champion of feminist art. The author of 21 books, curator of 50 exhibitions, cofounder of Printed Matter Inc., the Heresies Collective, Political Art Documentation/Distribution, Artists Call Against U.S. Intervention in Central America, and other artists’ organizations, Lippard has received eight honorary doctorates in fine arts as well as numerous awards, including a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Frank Jewett Mather Award for Criticism, two National Endowment for the Arts grants in criticism, the Women’s  Caucus for Art (WCA) Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Bard College Award for Curatorial Excellence. Of Lippard’s book, The Lure of the Local: Senses of Place in a Multicentered Society, Thomas Hine wrote for the New York Times Book Review, “Lippard overwhelms us with the breadth of her reading and the comprehensiveness with which she considers the things that define place. . . . In its final section, The Lure of the Local is revealed as a sort of art book after all. Its intent is to explore the many things that those who make art or who make judgments about art should think about when they consider art that seeks to be ‘contextual,’ ‘site-specific,’ or ‘place making’.” Lippard’s most recent book is Down Country: The Tano of the Galisteo Basin 1250–1782, for which she received the Caroline Bancroft History Prize from the Denver Public Library.

For Tuesday Evenings, Lippard presents Undermining, touching on photography, the new West, development, water, and land art, as she discusses pits and erections (gravel pits and skyscrapers), and more.

–from the museum website

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/tuesday-evenings-at-the-modern-2/

Tuesday Evenings at the Modern

Tuesday Evenings at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

This popular series of lectures and presentations by artists, scholars, and critics is free and open to the public. To assure seating, free admission tickets are available at the Modern’s admission desk beginning at 5 pm on the day of the lecture. Seating begins at 6:30 pm and is limited to 250. A live broadcast of the lectures is shown in Café Modern for any additional guests. Lectures begin at 7 pm. The Museum galleries and the café remain open until 7 pm on Tuesday evenings during the series.

Podcasts of these lectures are available here, two weeks after presentation date.

For more information, see http://www.themodern.org/lectures.html

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is located at 3200 Darnell Street in Fort Worth’s Cultural District, approximately 2 miles west of Downtown Fort Worth and 3 miles north of Texas Christian University. Parking is available on premises. Street and commercial parking facilities are also available.


March 27
Andrea Fraser

Andrea Fraser is an artist currently based in Los Angeles, California, where she is a professor at UCLA in the department of art. She also serves as visiting faculty for the Whitney Independent Study Program in New York. Fraser has used performance, video, and a range of other media to explore the motivations that drive artists, collectors, art dealers, corporate sponsors, museum trustees, and museum visitors from the pursuit of prestige to that of financial investment, to sexual fantasy and self-realization. Working since the mid-1980s, Fraser has built on the site-specific and research-based approaches that emerged with conceptualism, combining them with feminist investigations of subjectivity and desire. Her methods are rooted in the psychoanalytic principle that one can only engage structures and relationships through the immediacy of performance. In addition, Fraser also writes about her observations and experiences in art and life. Moved by a personal and immediate engagement with Fred Sandback’s work at Dia: Beacon in 2004, she wrote the essay, “Why does Fred Sandback’s Work Make Me Cry.” For Tuesday Evenings, Fraser presents and discusses this moving essay that explores the psychological and emotional aspects of our relationship with art and museums

April 3
Gregg Bordowitz

Writer and artist Gregg Bordowitz presents Testing Some Beliefs, an ongoing series of lectures/performances that consider the strength and longevity, as well as the present relevancy, of some personal and collective beliefs. Currently the Chair of the film, video, new media, and animation department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and faculty at the Whitney Independent Study Program, Bordowitz is known for his work as an AIDS activist in the 1980s and 1990s, as well as his socially conscious, thoughtful, and poetic performance-based work. Throughout his career, he has been recognized with awards and grants, including the 2006 Frank Jewitt Mather Award for The AIDS Crisis Is Ridiculous and Other Writings 1986–2003, a Rockefeller Intercultural Arts Fellowship, and a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship. Of Testing Some Beliefs, Bordowitz writes, “I believe that art can change the world. I believe that art and freedom are necessarily related. There are no facts to support these claims. Still, I carry these beliefs formed decades ago. How do some beliefs remain and what do I gain by believing? At the risk of sounding ridiculous, I will try to explain.”

For more information on Gregg Bordowitz, visit www.greggbordowitz.com.

April 10
Gary Rough

Gary Rough is a Scottish conceptual artist based in New York who represented his homeland in the 2003 Venice Biennale. As described in the press release for a recent solo show at numberthirtyfive gallery, New York, Rough “has cast himself as the antihero in his own dystopian novel.” Rough scrupulously labors to report upon the fragility, pathos, and beauty of the human condition, evoking the romantic, mundane, bleak, and intimate in paintings, sculpture, text, T-shirts, site-specific installations, and more with work that appears to be cobbled together in a deceptively hurried and craftless manner. It is no surprise that Rough was attracted to Kurt Vonnegut’s character Rabo Karabekian, the fictional and failed Abstract Expressionist painter whose paintings faded and disappeared from their canvases in Bluebearddue to a combination of stupidity and bad luck. After working with the author, in 2007, the year of Vonnegut’s death, Rough recreated and showed Karabekian’s “Sateen-Dura Luxe” paintings, at Fergus McCaffrey Fine Art, New York, based on Vonnegut’s descriptions of them in the book. This exercise, and the remarkable resulting paintings, brought Rough critical acclaim and an intriguing relationship with Vonnegut and his widow. Rough continues to explore the ordinary and often pathetic experiences and conditions of life on earth with tenderness and extraordinary astuteness. For Tuesday Evenings, he shares the insights and revelations of his career thus far.

April 17
Lucy Lippard

Lucy Lippard is a distinguished writer, curator, editor, lecturer, and activist who has long been appreciated for her expansive scholarship and insight, having been one of the first to recognize the dematerialization of the work in art’s movement toward conceptualism as well as an early champion of feminist art. The author of 21 books, curator of 50 exhibitions, cofounder of Printed Matter Inc., the Heresies Collective, Political Art Documentation/Distribution, Artists Call Against U.S. Intervention in Central America, and other artists’ organizations, Lippard has received eight honorary doctorates in fine arts as well as numerous awards, including a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Frank Jewett Mather Award for Criticism, two National Endowment for the Arts grants in criticism, the Women’s  Caucus for Art (WCA) Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Bard College Award for Curatorial Excellence. Of Lippard’s book, The Lure of the Local: Senses of Place in a Multicentered Society, Thomas Hine wrote for the New York Times Book Review, “Lippard overwhelms us with the breadth of her reading and the comprehensiveness with which she considers the things that define place. . . . In its final section, The Lure of the Local is revealed as a sort of art book after all. Its intent is to explore the many things that those who make art or who make judgments about art should think about when they consider art that seeks to be ‘contextual,’ ‘site-specific,’ or ‘place making’.” Lippard’s most recent book is Down Country: The Tano of the Galisteo Basin 1250–1782, for which she received the Caroline Bancroft History Prize from the Denver Public Library.

For Tuesday Evenings, Lippard presents Undermining, touching on photography, the new West, development, water, and land art, as she discusses pits and erections (gravel pits and skyscrapers), and more.

–from the museum website

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/tuesday-evenings-at-the-modern/

Color Pictures exhibit at TCU’s FW Contemporary Arts

Fort Worth Contemporary Arts will reopen for FWADA Spring Gallery Night, Saturday, March 24 from 12 – 8 pm.  (closed for Spring Break Mar. 19-23).
Our current exhibition, “Color Pictures,” organized by Frances Colpitt, is on view through April 14th. A reception and catalogue release will take place Thursday, April 5, from 6 – 8 pm. 

THE ART GALLERIES AT TCU
FORT WORTH CONTEMPORARY ARTS
2900 W. Berry Street
Fort Worth, TX 76109
817.257.2588

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Color Pictures exhibit at TCU’s FW Contemporary Arts

Fort Worth Contemporary Arts will reopen for FWADA Spring Gallery Night, Saturday, March 24 from 12 – 8 pm.  (closed for Spring Break Mar. 19-23).
Our current exhibition, “Color Pictures,” organized by Frances Colpitt, is on view through April 14th. A reception and catalogue release will take place Thursday, April 5, from 6 – 8 pm. 

THE ART GALLERIES AT TCU
FORT WORTH CONTEMPORARY ARTS
2900 W. Berry Street
Fort Worth, TX 76109
817.257.2588

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Red Hills Art Exhibition: Made You Look opens April 14

Red Hills Art: “MADE YOU LOOK” Exhibit
OPENING NIGHT: April 14, 2012 | @ 6-11pm
Entry is FREE and open to the public
DONATIONS ARE APPRECIATED
406 S. Haskell Ave., Dallas, TX 75226

Featuring Artists: Heather Ballard, Neill Brown, James Carter, 
Jayce Cogburn, Josh Dollahite, Alison Jones, Jake Lonnevik, Sarah Meyers, 
Missy Monoxide, Scott Payne, Sydney Perry, Lydia Pine, Russell Poole, 
Ethan Prus, Christina Robertson, Dianne Smith, Dean Stewart, Cody Williams
with live music by Matt Blackshear & performance by Airdorable Balloons.

Contact: Christina Robertson
redhillsart@gmail.com
www.RedHillsArt.com

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Red Hills Art Exhibition: Made You Look opens April 14

Red Hills Art: “MADE YOU LOOK” Exhibit
OPENING NIGHT: April 14, 2012 | @ 6-11pm
Entry is FREE and open to the public
DONATIONS ARE APPRECIATED
406 S. Haskell Ave., Dallas, TX 75226

Featuring Artists: Heather Ballard, Neill Brown, James Carter, 
Jayce Cogburn, Josh Dollahite, Alison Jones, Jake Lonnevik, Sarah Meyers, 
Missy Monoxide, Scott Payne, Sydney Perry, Lydia Pine, Russell Poole, 
Ethan Prus, Christina Robertson, Dianne Smith, Dean Stewart, Cody Williams
with live music by Matt Blackshear & performance by Airdorable Balloons.

Contact: Christina Robertson
redhillsart@gmail.com
www.RedHillsArt.com

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/red-hills-art-exhibition-made-you-look-opens-april-14/

Found Object Art Reception March 24

The Annual Found Object Art Reception and Exhibit at the Nasher March 24 

LRTX, the Nasher Sculpture Center, and DISD announce the Found Object Art reception, opening an exhibit of the sculpture of DISD students from six middle and high schools. In this annual service-learning program, students visit the Nasher to learn about the concept of found object art, then visit the LRTX site to assist in site clean up. Objects they find at the site are taken back to their classrooms and incorporated into sculptures, then shown at the Nasher in a week-long exhibit.

The reception will be held on Saturday, March 24, from 11:00 to 12:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served and certificates will be presented to participating classes. Come see the amazing work these students create.

–From the La Reunion newsletter. For more about the project, see the La Reunion website: http://lareuniontx.org/

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/found-object-art-reception-march-24-2/

Found Object Art Reception March 24

The Annual Found Object Art Reception and Exhibit at the Nasher March 24 

LRTX, the Nasher Sculpture Center, and DISD announce the Found Object Art reception, opening an exhibit of the sculpture of DISD students from six middle and high schools. In this annual service-learning program, students visit the Nasher to learn about the concept of found object art, then visit the LRTX site to assist in site clean up. Objects they find at the site are taken back to their classrooms and incorporated into sculptures, then shown at the Nasher in a week-long exhibit.

The reception will be held on Saturday, March 24, from 11:00 to 12:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served and certificates will be presented to participating classes. Come see the amazing work these students create.

–From the La Reunion newsletter. For more about the project, see the La Reunion website: http://lareuniontx.org/

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/found-object-art-reception-march-24/

Three Texas Women reception March 24

Exhibit runs until April 7, 2012.  Come join Us for a special evening  March 24 5-9pm

Weiler House Fine Art, 3126 Handley Drive, Fort Worth, Tx, 76112

817-457-3343  weilerhousefineart.com

About the artists:

Anna Rose Bain, a resident of Garland, is a young talented artist in the classical realist tradition. A specialist in figural and portrait painting, she is the Texas Co-ambassador for the Portrait Society of America.

A resident of Colleyville, Ann Hardy’s art has achieved national recognition. A signature memeber of the Oil Painters of America, Ann fuses realism with impressionism to create masterful still life, floral and landscape paintings.

Dallas native Cecy Turner is a nationally recognized and award winning artist. Her skilled paintings include florals, still life, landscapes and architecture. Adept in both oil and watercolor Cecy is a signature member of the National Watercolor Society and Women Artists of the West. She has been a popular lecturer, teacher, juror and demonstrator since 1976.

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/three-texas-women-reception-march-24-2/

Three Texas Women reception March 24

Exhibit runs until April 7, 2012.  Come join Us for a special evening  March 24 5-9pm

Weiler House Fine Art, 3126 Handley Drive, Fort Worth, Tx, 76112

817-457-3343  weilerhousefineart.com

About the artists:

Anna Rose Bain, a resident of Garland, is a young talented artist in the classical realist tradition. A specialist in figural and portrait painting, she is the Texas Co-ambassador for the Portrait Society of America.

A resident of Colleyville, Ann Hardy’s art has achieved national recognition. A signature memeber of the Oil Painters of America, Ann fuses realism with impressionism to create masterful still life, floral and landscape paintings.

Dallas native Cecy Turner is a nationally recognized and award winning artist. Her skilled paintings include florals, still life, landscapes and architecture. Adept in both oil and watercolor Cecy is a signature member of the National Watercolor Society and Women Artists of the West. She has been a popular lecturer, teacher, juror and demonstrator since 1976.

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/three-texas-women-reception-march-24/

PAA’s 125 Show Opening Reception March 21

You are invited to the Reception and Awards for the 2012 “125” Show on Wednesday, March 21st, 2012  from 5.30pm until 8pm

 at The ARTs Gallery at Collin County Community College . The Awards will be announced at 7pm.   

The PAA would like to thank the jurors Ryder Richards and Laura Green for selecting 70 artworks from almost 400 high-quality artworks and creating a beautiful, diverse and interesting 125 show. Both jurors will be attending the reception and available to talk about the chosen works. Don’t miss this amazing show!

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Directions: The Arts Gallery is located on the campus of Collin College, at the South-East corner of Jupiter & Spring Creek, in Plano, TX. Click here to go to the Arts Gallery website to find a map with directions.

The 125 Show is brought to you by the Plano Art Association, a non-profit arts organization funded in part by a grant from the City of Plano, and run entirely by the efforts of volunteers. Thank you!

Plano Art Association

PO Box 864675

Plano, Texas 75086

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PAA’s 125 Show Opening Reception March 21

You are invited to the Reception and Awards for the 2012 “125” Show on Wednesday, March 21st, 2012  from 5.30pm until 8pm

 at The ARTs Gallery at Collin County Community College . The Awards will be announced at 7pm.   

The PAA would like to thank the jurors Ryder Richards and Laura Green for selecting 70 artworks from almost 400 high-quality artworks and creating a beautiful, diverse and interesting 125 show. Both jurors will be attending the reception and available to talk about the chosen works. Don’t miss this amazing show!

___________________________________________

Directions: The Arts Gallery is located on the campus of Collin College, at the South-East corner of Jupiter & Spring Creek, in Plano, TX. Click here to go to the Arts Gallery website to find a map with directions.

The 125 Show is brought to you by the Plano Art Association, a non-profit arts organization funded in part by a grant from the City of Plano, and run entirely by the efforts of volunteers. Thank you!

Plano Art Association

PO Box 864675

Plano, Texas 75086

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/paas-125-show-opening-reception-march-21-2/

Spring Art Show at A Creative Art Studio March 31

Spring Art Show at A Creative Art Studio, 227 W. Oak St., Suite 101, Denton will be on Saturday March 31 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Polly Maynard will provide the musical entertainment while artists with work in the exhibit will demonstrate their techniques and we will have our ever popular community art project. So grab a friend and join us for a fun Saturday evening in Denton.

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/spring-art-show-at-a-creative-art-studio-march-31/

Spring Art Show at A Creative Art Studio March 31

Spring Art Show at A Creative Art Studio, 227 W. Oak St., Suite 101, Denton will be on Saturday March 31 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Polly Maynard will provide the musical entertainment while artists with work in the exhibit will demonstrate their techniques and we will have our ever popular community art project. So grab a friend and join us for a fun Saturday evening in Denton.

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/spring-art-show-at-a-creative-art-studio-march-31-2/

An Industrial American Dirge opening March 24

LuminArte Gallery (www.luminarte.com)1727 E. Levee Street, Dallas, Texas 75207 hosts beginning from March 24, 2012 through April 21, 2012, with artists’ reception; 7:00pm to 10:00pm, March 24, 2012, “An Industrial American Dirge” which is a multi-media installation originated by Kenneth John Verdugo. Conceived as an aesthetic visual response to Jeffrey Gascon Bello’s compositions, it incorporates found objects, instruments and digital video. Select elements filling the room will serve as percussion walls, providing an opportunity for the duo to “play the room”. Original works of art consistent with theme will feature artists; Phil Stein, Jim Lively, Jamie Labar, Shelley Shanks and Sergio Santos.

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/an-industrial-american-dirge-opening-march-24/

An Industrial American Dirge opening March 24

LuminArte Gallery (www.luminarte.com)1727 E. Levee Street, Dallas, Texas 75207 hosts beginning from March 24, 2012 through April 21, 2012, with artists’ reception; 7:00pm to 10:00pm, March 24, 2012, “An Industrial American Dirge” which is a multi-media installation originated by Kenneth John Verdugo. Conceived as an aesthetic visual response to Jeffrey Gascon Bello’s compositions, it incorporates found objects, instruments and digital video. Select elements filling the room will serve as percussion walls, providing an opportunity for the duo to “play the room”. Original works of art consistent with theme will feature artists; Phil Stein, Jim Lively, Jamie Labar, Shelley Shanks and Sergio Santos.

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/an-industrial-american-dirge-opening-march-24-2/

3 Under 30 Gallery Talk

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art is presenting a lecture on Thursday, March 29 from 6–7 p.m. by curator of paintings and sculpture, Rebecca Lawton.

Get inspired as you learn about the great works created by Frederic Edwin Church, Arthur Dove, and John Singer Sargent during their twenties. No reservations are required.

Hours and Information:

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m.–8 p.m.
Sunday: Noon–5 p.m.
Closed Mondays and major holidays.

 http://www.cartermuseum.org

3501 Camp Bowie Boulevard, Fort Worth, TX 76107-2695

817.738.1933

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3 Under 30 Gallery Talk

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art is presenting a lecture on Thursday, March 29 from 6–7 p.m. by curator of paintings and sculpture, Rebecca Lawton.

Get inspired as you learn about the great works created by Frederic Edwin Church, Arthur Dove, and John Singer Sargent during their twenties. No reservations are required.

Hours and Information:

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m.–8 p.m.
Sunday: Noon–5 p.m.
Closed Mondays and major holidays.

 http://www.cartermuseum.org

3501 Camp Bowie Boulevard, Fort Worth, TX 76107-2695

817.738.1933

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/3-under-30-gallery-talk/

OXIDE@banter – Opening Art Reception Mar. 16

March 2012 – A multi-artist showing of eclectic artwork created by local North Texas artists

Where: Banter Bistro. 219 W Oak St – Denton TX 76201

When: Friday, Mar 16th 6-8pm (live band playing after the reception from 8-10p)

Admission: FREE

Reception: Light refreshments provided by Banter Bistro along with Wine and Food Special during the reception. 

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/oxidebanter-opening-art-reception-mar-16-2/

OXIDE@banter – Opening Art Reception Mar. 16

March 2012 – A multi-artist showing of eclectic artwork created by local North Texas artists

Where: Banter Bistro. 219 W Oak St – Denton TX 76201

When: Friday, Mar 16th 6-8pm (live band playing after the reception from 8-10p)

Admission: FREE

Reception: Light refreshments provided by Banter Bistro along with Wine and Food Special during the reception. 

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/oxidebanter-opening-art-reception-mar-16/

Dallas Art Openings : March 16 – March 17

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

Dallas Art Openingshttp://groups.yahoo.com/group/DallasArtOpenings/

For more openings, see the Art Events section of Art This Week or the Art Events Calendar from Google Calendar.


A Good Week! Enjoy!

“Stephen Holland” at Wisby-Smith Fine Art – March 16 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
http://www.wisby-smith.com/www.roadshowcompany.com/
500 Crescent Court, Suite 146, Dallas, Tx 75201

“Photographs” by Ann Stautberg, and “Prints” by Richard Serra at the Barry Whistler Gallery – March 17 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
http://www.barrywhistlergallery.com/exhibitions
2909-B Canton Street, Dallas, Tx 75226

“Antifaz: A Show Of Masks, Disguises And Secret Identities” by Alfredo Calderón, Diana Chase, Marvin D. Crow, Patricia Curry, Annie Davis, Frances Dezzany, Guadalupe Díaz Cruz, Jerry Dodd, Dan Dudley, Lori Dudley, Amalia Elmasri, Pastor García, John Green, Claire Greenlea, Denise Greenwood, Deana Hinchcliff, Sylvia Hougland, Mitza Hurst, Cindy Kelley, Trent Koym, Joanna LaGrone-Headrick, Susan Lecky, Rachel Lord, Roberta Masciarelli, Caleb Massey, Lynn McClain, David Medina, Sandra A. Moreno, Anne Neal, Janet Reynolds, Tia Christina Sanders, Jill K. Sayre, Kate Schatz, Paula Selzer, Rocky Smylie, Pam Stern, T Stone, Dan Stover, Patricia Wass, Erin Wetherill, Chesley Williams, and Guadalupe Zacarias, at the Bath House Cultural Center – March 17 : 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
http://www.dallasculture.org/bathHouseCultureCenter/eventCalendar.asp?cat=Bath+House+Cultural+Center&page=presenter
521 E. Lawther Drive, Dallas, Tx 75218

“Both Sides of Ron Stephens” by Ron Stephens at the Marshall-McPhail Gallery – March 17 : 2:00 – 6:00 PM
http://www.marshallmotors.com/artist-of-the-month-jan.asp
Marshall Motors, 11450 Sprowles Street, Dallas, Tx 75299

“ONE WAY/NON-STOP 4.8” by Rachel Muldez at the Mokah Art Gallery – March 17 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
http://mokahart.tumblr.com/
2803 Taylor Street, Dallas, Tx 75226

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/dallas-art-openings-march-16-march-17-2/

Dallas Art Openings : March 16 – March 17

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

Dallas Art Openingshttp://groups.yahoo.com/group/DallasArtOpenings/

For more openings, see the Art Events section of Art This Week or the Art Events Calendar from Google Calendar.


A Good Week! Enjoy!

“Stephen Holland” at Wisby-Smith Fine Art – March 16 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
http://www.wisby-smith.com/www.roadshowcompany.com/
500 Crescent Court, Suite 146, Dallas, Tx 75201

“Photographs” by Ann Stautberg, and “Prints” by Richard Serra at the Barry Whistler Gallery – March 17 : 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
http://www.barrywhistlergallery.com/exhibitions
2909-B Canton Street, Dallas, Tx 75226

“Antifaz: A Show Of Masks, Disguises And Secret Identities” by Alfredo Calderón, Diana Chase, Marvin D. Crow, Patricia Curry, Annie Davis, Frances Dezzany, Guadalupe Díaz Cruz, Jerry Dodd, Dan Dudley, Lori Dudley, Amalia Elmasri, Pastor García, John Green, Claire Greenlea, Denise Greenwood, Deana Hinchcliff, Sylvia Hougland, Mitza Hurst, Cindy Kelley, Trent Koym, Joanna LaGrone-Headrick, Susan Lecky, Rachel Lord, Roberta Masciarelli, Caleb Massey, Lynn McClain, David Medina, Sandra A. Moreno, Anne Neal, Janet Reynolds, Tia Christina Sanders, Jill K. Sayre, Kate Schatz, Paula Selzer, Rocky Smylie, Pam Stern, T Stone, Dan Stover, Patricia Wass, Erin Wetherill, Chesley Williams, and Guadalupe Zacarias, at the Bath House Cultural Center – March 17 : 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
http://www.dallasculture.org/bathHouseCultureCenter/eventCalendar.asp?cat=Bath+House+Cultural+Center&page=presenter
521 E. Lawther Drive, Dallas, Tx 75218

“Both Sides of Ron Stephens” by Ron Stephens at the Marshall-McPhail Gallery – March 17 : 2:00 – 6:00 PM
http://www.marshallmotors.com/artist-of-the-month-jan.asp
Marshall Motors, 11450 Sprowles Street, Dallas, Tx 75299

“ONE WAY/NON-STOP 4.8” by Rachel Muldez at the Mokah Art Gallery – March 17 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
http://mokahart.tumblr.com/
2803 Taylor Street, Dallas, Tx 75226

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/dallas-art-openings-march-16-march-17/

The old Frisco water tower ‘shows up’ in Venezuela and Chile!

The iconic rendition ‘Blue’ of the old Frisco water tower by Diana Moya is now debuting in galleries in Venezuela and Chile as part of exchange exhibitions in both countries. ‘del Caribe al Pacifico’ is the 4th exchange presented by Colectivo ProArte which includes 14 Latin American accomplished visual artists. The piece ‘Blue’ was acquired by a Chilean collector.

Moya’s artwork is also included in the “Monoprint International Istanbul 2012” in Turkey, with the participation of 37 artists from Germany, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Korea, Spain, United States, Britain, Hong Kong, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, Russia and Venezuela. This exhibit is organized by the Museum of the Americas.

Diana Moya is an international visual artist living and working in Frisco. This avid supporter of the Arts around the world is the lead artist for the Arts in the Square festival coming to Frisco Square March 31st to April 1st with the best regional and national artists in the USA’s festival circuit.

For additional information please contact info@dianamoya.com or visit www.DianaMoya.com.

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/the-old-frisco-water-tower-shows-up-in-venezuela-and-chile-2/

The old Frisco water tower ‘shows up’ in Venezuela and Chile!

The iconic rendition ‘Blue’ of the old Frisco water tower by Diana Moya is now debuting in galleries in Venezuela and Chile as part of exchange exhibitions in both countries. ‘del Caribe al Pacifico’ is the 4th exchange presented by Colectivo ProArte which includes 14 Latin American accomplished visual artists. The piece ‘Blue’ was acquired by a Chilean collector.

Moya’s artwork is also included in the “Monoprint International Istanbul 2012” in Turkey, with the participation of 37 artists from Germany, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Korea, Spain, United States, Britain, Hong Kong, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, Russia and Venezuela. This exhibit is organized by the Museum of the Americas.

Diana Moya is an international visual artist living and working in Frisco. This avid supporter of the Arts around the world is the lead artist for the Arts in the Square festival coming to Frisco Square March 31st to April 1st with the best regional and national artists in the USA’s festival circuit.

For additional information please contact info@dianamoya.com or visit www.DianaMoya.com.

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/the-old-frisco-water-tower-shows-up-in-venezuela-and-chile/

Art With a Cause Art Show and Sale Mar. 24

AWAC (Art With A Cause) Fine Art Show/Sale at Times Ten Cellars in Lakewood 

Description: “Fine Art, Fine Wine and a Fine Cause”
Join Art With A Cause (AWAC), an altruistic group of 9 of Dallas’ premier artists, in their semi-annual fine art show and sale, benefitting P.A.V.E. (Philanthropy And Volunteerism in Education) 

This fine art show and sale will be held at Times Ten Winery in Lakewood on Saturday evening, March 24th, from 6:00 PM until 11:00 PM. 
Admission is free. This event will include free hors d’ouevres, a cash wine bar and a silent auction to benefit P.A.V.E. 
Times Ten Cellars; 6324 Prospect Avenue, 214-824-9463. 
For further information contact Marty Ruiz at 214-683-6404 or visit our website at: http://www.artwithacause.org 

Participating artists :
Dan Coppersmith – Nature Photography
Lori and Dan Dudley – Ceramics and Art Pottery
Linda Gossett-Clay, and mixed media
Audrey Legatowicz – Handwoven Wearables & Art for Interiors
Barry Perez-Fine Jewelry
Bob Munro – Fine Art Photography
Lugina Stanley – Glass Art
Marty Ruiz – Fine Art and Design
Marla Cook- Gourd Assemblage

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/art-with-a-cause-art-show-and-sale-mar-24-2/

Art With a Cause Art Show and Sale Mar. 24

AWAC (Art With A Cause) Fine Art Show/Sale at Times Ten Cellars in Lakewood 

Description: “Fine Art, Fine Wine and a Fine Cause”
Join Art With A Cause (AWAC), an altruistic group of 9 of Dallas’ premier artists, in their semi-annual fine art show and sale, benefitting P.A.V.E. (Philanthropy And Volunteerism in Education) 

This fine art show and sale will be held at Times Ten Winery in Lakewood on Saturday evening, March 24th, from 6:00 PM until 11:00 PM. 
Admission is free. This event will include free hors d’ouevres, a cash wine bar and a silent auction to benefit P.A.V.E. 
Times Ten Cellars; 6324 Prospect Avenue, 214-824-9463. 
For further information contact Marty Ruiz at 214-683-6404 or visit our website at: http://www.artwithacause.org 

Participating artists :
Dan Coppersmith – Nature Photography
Lori and Dan Dudley – Ceramics and Art Pottery
Linda Gossett-Clay, and mixed media
Audrey Legatowicz – Handwoven Wearables & Art for Interiors
Barry Perez-Fine Jewelry
Bob Munro – Fine Art Photography
Lugina Stanley – Glass Art
Marty Ruiz – Fine Art and Design
Marla Cook- Gourd Assemblage

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/art-with-a-cause-art-show-and-sale-mar-24/

Upstairs Gallery Spring Show

http://upstairsartgallery.com/

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Upstairs Gallery Spring Show

http://upstairsartgallery.com/

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Fort Worth Spring Gallery Night March 24


The Fort Worth Art Dealer’s Association (FWADA) invites you to take-in the visual arts and our community’s unique cultural richness during Spring Gallery Night, March 24, 2012.

Come take a stroll through participating galleries, museums, retail businesses, and area restaurants, and enjoy the wide variety of art and artists featured during this community event.  Gallery Night is free and open to the public. More information and featured artists: http://fwada.org/gallerynight.html

Participating galleries:

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/fort-worth-spring-gallery-night-march-24-2/

Fort Worth Spring Gallery Night March 24


The Fort Worth Art Dealer’s Association (FWADA) invites you to take-in the visual arts and our community’s unique cultural richness during Spring Gallery Night, March 24, 2012.

Come take a stroll through participating galleries, museums, retail businesses, and area restaurants, and enjoy the wide variety of art and artists featured during this community event.  Gallery Night is free and open to the public. More information and featured artists: http://fwada.org/gallerynight.html

Participating galleries:

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/fort-worth-spring-gallery-night-march-24/

Garden Gallery favorites selected

During the opeing evening of the Garden Gallery exhibit in the Rosine Hall at the Dallas Arboretum, attendees voted for their three favorite works of art. The following pieces were selected as Best in Show and honorable mention:

Best in Show

Pretty in White by Betty Anderson

 

Honorable Mention

Three Fishes by Lottie Minick

Honorable Mention

Lower Meadow by Vicki Smith

Honorable Mention

Reflections by Larry Waisanen

ArtScape 2012 March 16, 17 & 18
Dallas Blooms March 3 – April 8

During Dallas Blooms each spring the Arboretum holds the Garden Gallery exhibition. This exhibition is a juried showcase of artwork that features the Arboretum from season to season. This event is in conjunction with ArtScape, the Dallas Arboretum’s fine art show and sale that takes place the third weekend of March each year. This year’s Garden Gallery will be displayed in our Rosine Hall Gallery that is right inside the main public entry and next to the gift store. The artwork will be on display for two full weeks and three weekends during Dallas Blooms and ArtScape. 

Garden Gallery Registration & Details

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/garden-gallery-favorites-selected-2/

Garden Gallery favorites selected

During the opeing evening of the Garden Gallery exhibit in the Rosine Hall at the Dallas Arboretum, attendees voted for their three favorite works of art. The following pieces were selected as Best in Show and honorable mention:

Best in Show

Pretty in White by Betty Anderson

 

Honorable Mention

Three Fishes by Lottie Minick

Honorable Mention

Lower Meadow by Vicki Smith

Honorable Mention

Reflections by Larry Waisanen

ArtScape 2012 March 16, 17 & 18
Dallas Blooms March 3 – April 8

During Dallas Blooms each spring the Arboretum holds the Garden Gallery exhibition. This exhibition is a juried showcase of artwork that features the Arboretum from season to season. This event is in conjunction with ArtScape, the Dallas Arboretum’s fine art show and sale that takes place the third weekend of March each year. This year’s Garden Gallery will be displayed in our Rosine Hall Gallery that is right inside the main public entry and next to the gift store. The artwork will be on display for two full weeks and three weekends during Dallas Blooms and ArtScape. 

Garden Gallery Registration & Details

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/garden-gallery-favorites-selected/

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