Category Archive: Exhibits & Events

White Rock Lake Artists’ Studio Tour Oct. 13 & 14

http://www.whiterockartists.com/

White Rock Lake Artists’ Studio Tour
2012 is our 20th Year!

SATURDAY: October 13 – 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
SUNDAY: October 14 – 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

2 DAYS – 50 ARTISTS – 5 ART CENTERS

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500X’s College EXPO opens Sept. 23

NEW CROP: 500X College Expo

Opening October 6, 7-10pm

Jurors: Barry Whistler and Allison V. Smith  

About NEW CROP: 500X College Expo

500X Gallery, Texas’ oldest artist-run space, continues our annual juried show for college students!

Like the annual Expo juried show, NEW CROP: 500X College Expo aims to bring together artists from around the state. The exhibition offers college students an opportunity to enter into a dialogue with their Texas-based counterparts and to see work by their colleagues at other institutions. The exhibition will offer visitors an overview of the variety of perspectives that exist throughout colleges and universities in Texas.

Artists 

AmandaAmaral, JosephBrowning, Kerry  Butcher, BryanClocker, Hannah Corley, Sheryl  David, Joy Ellis, Jarrod Estes, MorganEverhart, SarahFrancis, AbhidnyaGhuge, CoreyGossett, ChristopherGreen, LauraHorner, Stefany  Johnson, KyleJordan, AshleyKauschinger, KelseyKilcrease, HirokoKubo, Alan Linnstaedt, JessicaMartinez, Thomas Menikos, DanielMiller, RandallMosman, DavidNamaksy, Alizsha  Pennington, JessPeri, Maria Pizzarello,  AllieRegan, MiltonRodriguez, GlenRust, CarolineSharpless, KTShiue, KristinaSmith, BrandonSnow, LisaTremaine, MariahTyler, Ethan Wang, ZachWelch, and Kathryn  Young.

Representing

University of North Texas, Stephen F. Austin State

University, Texas Christian University, Texas Woman’s University, Collin County Community College, University of Houston, Richland Community College, Houston Baptist University, University of Texas at Arlington, University of Dallas, and University of Texas at Tyler

About the Jurors

    

Barry Whistler

is the owner and director of Barry Whistler Gallery. Established in 1985 in Dallas, Texas, Barry Whistler Gallery primarily focuses on Texas artists exhibiting and selling contemporary paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, and photography as well as installation and performance works. Represented artists from Texas include: The Art Guys, Scott Barber, Kelli Connell, Linnea Glatt, Toni LaSelle, Lawrence Lee, Michael Miller, Betsy Odom, John Pomara, Allison V. Smith, Ann Stautberg, Lorraine Tady, John Wilcox, Danny Williams; as well as Bob Wilhite and Skeet McAuley from California, and Johnnie Winona Ross from New Mexico.
The gallery has also exhibited and handles inventory by New York artists Mark Williams and Adam Raymont, Irene Roderick from Austin, Michael C. McMillen from Los Angeles, Darryl Lauster from Houston, and Kirsten Macy from Dallas.
  
Dallas native Allison V. Smith took her first snapshot when she was 8 years old, and she’s been taking pictures ever since. After earning a degree in journalism from Southern Methodist University, she worked as a staff photographer for newspapers such as the Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Star Telegram, and Santa Fe New Mexican. In 2003 she made the decision to become a freelance photographer, yet her photojournalism continues to make itself evident in her portraits, magazine work, and fine art work. Smith’s portraits have appeared in a number of publications, including Texas Monthly, The New York Times, Dwell and the Oxford American, and her Marfa, Texas series has been exhibited in galleries in Dallas, Atlanta, Houston, and Los Angeles. The photographer wanders the world with her red Hasselblad and her two yellow Labs-Bucks and Daisy. They patiently ride to Marfa with Smith several times a year, Maine once a year, and wherever else the work takes them (37 states so far). Smith’s work is in the permanent collection at the Dallas Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Art in Houston and private collections in Dallas, Los Angeles, and Moscow. She is represented by Barry Whistler Gallery in Dallas, Texas.
 
500X Gallery
500 Expositon Ave.
Dallas, Texas 75226
214.828.1111 | 500x.org
HOURS: Saturday & Sunday Noon-5pm, and Weekdays by appointment

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500X’s College EXPO opens Sept. 23

NEW CROP: 500X College Expo

Opening October 6, 7-10pm

Jurors: Barry Whistler and Allison V. Smith  

About NEW CROP: 500X College Expo

500X Gallery, Texas’ oldest artist-run space, continues our annual juried show for college students!

Like the annual Expo juried show, NEW CROP: 500X College Expo aims to bring together artists from around the state. The exhibition offers college students an opportunity to enter into a dialogue with their Texas-based counterparts and to see work by their colleagues at other institutions. The exhibition will offer visitors an overview of the variety of perspectives that exist throughout colleges and universities in Texas.

Artists 

AmandaAmaral, JosephBrowning, Kerry  Butcher, BryanClocker, Hannah Corley, Sheryl  David, Joy Ellis, Jarrod Estes, MorganEverhart, SarahFrancis, AbhidnyaGhuge, CoreyGossett, ChristopherGreen, LauraHorner, Stefany  Johnson, KyleJordan, AshleyKauschinger, KelseyKilcrease, HirokoKubo, Alan Linnstaedt, JessicaMartinez, Thomas Menikos, DanielMiller, RandallMosman, DavidNamaksy, Alizsha  Pennington, JessPeri, Maria Pizzarello,  AllieRegan, MiltonRodriguez, GlenRust, CarolineSharpless, KTShiue, KristinaSmith, BrandonSnow, LisaTremaine, MariahTyler, Ethan Wang, ZachWelch, and Kathryn  Young.

Representing

University of North Texas, Stephen F. Austin State

University, Texas Christian University, Texas Woman’s University, Collin County Community College, University of Houston, Richland Community College, Houston Baptist University, University of Texas at Arlington, University of Dallas, and University of Texas at Tyler

About the Jurors

    

Barry Whistler

is the owner and director of Barry Whistler Gallery. Established in 1985 in Dallas, Texas, Barry Whistler Gallery primarily focuses on Texas artists exhibiting and selling contemporary paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, and photography as well as installation and performance works. Represented artists from Texas include: The Art Guys, Scott Barber, Kelli Connell, Linnea Glatt, Toni LaSelle, Lawrence Lee, Michael Miller, Betsy Odom, John Pomara, Allison V. Smith, Ann Stautberg, Lorraine Tady, John Wilcox, Danny Williams; as well as Bob Wilhite and Skeet McAuley from California, and Johnnie Winona Ross from New Mexico.
The gallery has also exhibited and handles inventory by New York artists Mark Williams and Adam Raymont, Irene Roderick from Austin, Michael C. McMillen from Los Angeles, Darryl Lauster from Houston, and Kirsten Macy from Dallas.
  
Dallas native Allison V. Smith took her first snapshot when she was 8 years old, and she’s been taking pictures ever since. After earning a degree in journalism from Southern Methodist University, she worked as a staff photographer for newspapers such as the Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Star Telegram, and Santa Fe New Mexican. In 2003 she made the decision to become a freelance photographer, yet her photojournalism continues to make itself evident in her portraits, magazine work, and fine art work. Smith’s portraits have appeared in a number of publications, including Texas Monthly, The New York Times, Dwell and the Oxford American, and her Marfa, Texas series has been exhibited in galleries in Dallas, Atlanta, Houston, and Los Angeles. The photographer wanders the world with her red Hasselblad and her two yellow Labs-Bucks and Daisy. They patiently ride to Marfa with Smith several times a year, Maine once a year, and wherever else the work takes them (37 states so far). Smith’s work is in the permanent collection at the Dallas Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Art in Houston and private collections in Dallas, Los Angeles, and Moscow. She is represented by Barry Whistler Gallery in Dallas, Texas.
 
500X Gallery
500 Expositon Ave.
Dallas, Texas 75226
214.828.1111 | 500x.org
HOURS: Saturday & Sunday Noon-5pm, and Weekdays by appointment

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Stitches to Strokes The Works of Sara Miller

 

 

presents

Stitches to Strokes
The Works of Sara Miller

For the months of October and November elm street studio is proud and excited to display selected works of Keller artist, Sara Miller. Please join us in a celebration of her creative journey at a wine and cheese reception on Thursday, October 18th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.

Show dates: October 2nd to November 30th

Sara’s creative career began as a fabric designer and quickly transitioned to quilting, where she used her own fabric designs and quilt patterns. Sara says she loves “working with patterns, textures and color using curved flowing shapes to create my quilts.”

Sara’s recent mixed media work is clearly inspired by her love of color and pattern, but departs from the structured nature of traditional quilting. Come see how Sara uses fabric, paint, and found objects to create abstract compositions bursting with life.

Elm Street Studio
139 S. Elm Street
Keller, TX 76248

http://www.elmstudio.co

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Stitches to Strokes The Works of Sara Miller

 

 

presents

Stitches to Strokes
The Works of Sara Miller

For the months of October and November elm street studio is proud and excited to display selected works of Keller artist, Sara Miller. Please join us in a celebration of her creative journey at a wine and cheese reception on Thursday, October 18th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.

Show dates: October 2nd to November 30th

Sara’s creative career began as a fabric designer and quickly transitioned to quilting, where she used her own fabric designs and quilt patterns. Sara says she loves “working with patterns, textures and color using curved flowing shapes to create my quilts.”

Sara’s recent mixed media work is clearly inspired by her love of color and pattern, but departs from the structured nature of traditional quilting. Come see how Sara uses fabric, paint, and found objects to create abstract compositions bursting with life.

Elm Street Studio
139 S. Elm Street
Keller, TX 76248

http://www.elmstudio.co

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2012 Pet Art Traveling Exhibit

Artwork selected from last month’s 4th Annual 2012 Unconditional Love: National Pet Fine Art Juried Competition has traveled to the West Irving Library and will be on display there until Oct. 27. Both shows are presented by the Irving Art Association. The West Irving Library is located at 4444 W. Rochelle Rd in Irving, near the corner of Rochelle and Esters.

12 artists from the show were joined by IAA members in showing their pet-themed art, with a total of 30 pieces on exhibit. Exhibiting artists: Helen Bailey, Geri Dunn, Tosca Engisch, Beverly Fuqua, Karren Garces, Sharon Giles, Amy Graves, Jane Hansen, Sabine Higgins, Barbara J. Mason, Debbie Mattison, Susan Murray, Betsy Perkins, and Dotty Umphries.

It’s a second chance to see some of the beautiful artwork from the show. Many of the major prizewinners are one display:

  • Best of Show: Barbara J. Mason “Purr-fect Perch” watercolor
  • IAA Presidents Award: Helen Bailey “Stalking His First Fish” colored pencil
  • First Place in Drawing: Geri Dunn “Morning Shadows” graphite
  • First Place in Watermedia/Mixed Media: Sharon Giles “Guard Duty” watercolor on yupo
  • Second Place in Oil / Acrylic: Sabine Higgins “Are We There Yet?” oil
  • Honorable Mention in Oil/Acrylic: Debbie Mattison “Happiness” acrylic
  • First Place in Photography/Sculpture: Betsy Perkins “Dawn” photography”

Barbara Mason Helen Bailey Geri Dunn Sharon Giles Sabine Higgins Debbie Mattison Betsy Perkins

For a full list of the artwork in the traveling exhibit, click here: 2012 Pet Art Traveling Exhibit Flyer.

For more about the West Irving Library, see IAA’s West Irving Library Exhibits page. The exhibits are coordinated by Sharon Giles and IAA CAAP Chair Frankie Couch. Next month at the West Irving Library: 2012 Wildlife Art Traveling Exhibit.

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/2012-pet-art-traveling-exhibit/

2012 Pet Art Traveling Exhibit

Artwork selected from last month’s 4th Annual 2012 Unconditional Love: National Pet Fine Art Juried Competition has traveled to the West Irving Library and will be on display there until Oct. 27. Both shows are presented by the Irving Art Association. The West Irving Library is located at 4444 W. Rochelle Rd in Irving, near the corner of Rochelle and Esters.

12 artists from the show were joined by IAA members in showing their pet-themed art, with a total of 30 pieces on exhibit. Exhibiting artists: Helen Bailey, Geri Dunn, Tosca Engisch, Beverly Fuqua, Karren Garces, Sharon Giles, Amy Graves, Jane Hansen, Sabine Higgins, Barbara J. Mason, Debbie Mattison, Susan Murray, Betsy Perkins, and Dotty Umphries.

It’s a second chance to see some of the beautiful artwork from the show. Many of the major prizewinners are one display:

  • Best of Show: Barbara J. Mason “Purr-fect Perch” watercolor
  • IAA Presidents Award: Helen Bailey “Stalking His First Fish” colored pencil
  • First Place in Drawing: Geri Dunn “Morning Shadows” graphite
  • First Place in Watermedia/Mixed Media: Sharon Giles “Guard Duty” watercolor on yupo
  • Second Place in Oil / Acrylic: Sabine Higgins “Are We There Yet?” oil
  • Honorable Mention in Oil/Acrylic: Debbie Mattison “Happiness” acrylic
  • First Place in Photography/Sculpture: Betsy Perkins “Dawn” photography”

Barbara Mason Helen Bailey Geri Dunn Sharon Giles Sabine Higgins Debbie Mattison Betsy Perkins

For a full list of the artwork in the traveling exhibit, click here: 2012 Pet Art Traveling Exhibit Flyer.

For more about the West Irving Library, see IAA’s West Irving Library Exhibits page. The exhibits are coordinated by Sharon Giles and IAA CAAP Chair Frankie Couch. Next month at the West Irving Library: 2012 Wildlife Art Traveling Exhibit.

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FWCAC: October Exhibits in the Arts Center

NEW GALLERY EXHIBITS FOR SEPTEMBER
October 5 – 30, 2012

Artist Opening Receptions are free and open to the public,
Friday, October 5, 6-9pm

Contemporary Art Show hosted by Art-Hunger
art. music choreography. building. buying. selling. trading. making. prototypes. customizing. meliorate. new things mixed with old things. MORE

Ways of Seeing: Psychologists Create
With this exhibit of art and photography, Fort Worth Area Psychological Association members celebrate creativity in the human spirit.  MORE

Works by Marcus Santero

The inspiration for Marcus Santero’s work comes from a variety of sources; from prehistoric through Renaissance times and scenes from his extensive travels.  MORE

Color Thrills by Avery Kelly

Avery Kelly has a strong interest in the outdoors, and wants to depict

the dynamism and vibrant vitality of the landscape and of the life  

that inhabits it by interplaying intricate spaces with broader expanses

of color. MORE

Orphans by Mark Renner 
The thematic chord that has run through most of Mark Renner’s work and is implicit in the paintings and prints in this exhibition, has much to do with the journeys of the ignoble and the human experience. MORE

October 5 – December 29:
TAC Featured Artist: Lee Hill: Bluestem
Through his paintings Lee Albert Hill has been exploring the process of abstracting man’s relationship with nature after being exposed to the work of contemporary Asian artists during a trip to study art and architecture in Japan.  
MORE

CONTINUING THROUGH OCTOBER 27:
FOCUS GALLERIES: Distinguished Texas Artist: 
Ronald Watson: A Compact Retrospective
They are personal labyrinths and he sees them as networks of possibilities. Each is a synthesis of organic materials and abstractions of the rational mind.

The Exhibition Advisory Panel of the Fort Worth Community Arts Center awards the Distinguished Texas Artist Award in even years to a living Texas artist who has shown excellence in their artwork and their service to the community. Ron Watson served as Director of the School of Art at TCU before retiring this past year. MORE

Visit Us
Fort Worth Community Arts Center Hours: 
M-SAT 9AM – 5PM

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FWCAC: October Exhibits in the Arts Center

NEW GALLERY EXHIBITS FOR SEPTEMBER
October 5 – 30, 2012

Artist Opening Receptions are free and open to the public,
Friday, October 5, 6-9pm

Contemporary Art Show hosted by Art-Hunger
art. music choreography. building. buying. selling. trading. making. prototypes. customizing. meliorate. new things mixed with old things. MORE

Ways of Seeing: Psychologists Create
With this exhibit of art and photography, Fort Worth Area Psychological Association members celebrate creativity in the human spirit.  MORE

Works by Marcus Santero

The inspiration for Marcus Santero’s work comes from a variety of sources; from prehistoric through Renaissance times and scenes from his extensive travels.  MORE

Color Thrills by Avery Kelly

Avery Kelly has a strong interest in the outdoors, and wants to depict

the dynamism and vibrant vitality of the landscape and of the life  

that inhabits it by interplaying intricate spaces with broader expanses

of color. MORE

Orphans by Mark Renner 
The thematic chord that has run through most of Mark Renner’s work and is implicit in the paintings and prints in this exhibition, has much to do with the journeys of the ignoble and the human experience. MORE

October 5 – December 29:
TAC Featured Artist: Lee Hill: Bluestem
Through his paintings Lee Albert Hill has been exploring the process of abstracting man’s relationship with nature after being exposed to the work of contemporary Asian artists during a trip to study art and architecture in Japan.  
MORE

CONTINUING THROUGH OCTOBER 27:
FOCUS GALLERIES: Distinguished Texas Artist: 
Ronald Watson: A Compact Retrospective
They are personal labyrinths and he sees them as networks of possibilities. Each is a synthesis of organic materials and abstractions of the rational mind.

The Exhibition Advisory Panel of the Fort Worth Community Arts Center awards the Distinguished Texas Artist Award in even years to a living Texas artist who has shown excellence in their artwork and their service to the community. Ron Watson served as Director of the School of Art at TCU before retiring this past year. MORE

Visit Us
Fort Worth Community Arts Center Hours: 
M-SAT 9AM – 5PM

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The 2012 Edith Baker Art Scholarship Is awarded to Fernando Johnson

Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA) presented its Edith Baker Art Scholarship to Fernando Johnson of Brookhaven College at a reception on Friday, Sept. 21 at Irving Arts Center, 3333 N. MacArthur Blvd. in Irving, Texas.  Art by Johnson and the six finalists from all seven DCCCD campuses will be exhibited through Nov. 18 at Irving Arts Center. Call (972) 252-7558 or visit irvingartscenter.com for more information.  The other finalists are Arjoon KC of North Lake College, William Benitez of Eastfield College, Jessica Braddock of Richland College, Jonathan Gruchawka of Cedar Valley College, Hannah Tyler of Mountain View College, and Candy Warth of El Centro College.  The Scholarship includes a check for $2,500, a mentorship, an internship and an artist studio visit. The jury for the EBAS was Edith Baker, Kenneth Craighead, Steve Green, Marcie Inman, Sue Flynn and Lisa Taylor. Winners to date have included Michelle Reyes, Brian Hauser, Maria Cortes, Pepper Ellett, Gustavo Galvan and Everett Brown.

Fernando Johnson graduated from The University of North Texas in 2008, with his B.F.A. in painting and drawing. Most of his work up until that time consisted of process-oriented paintings where he would layer different materials, scrape away sections, and then layer again.  Shortly after receiving his B.F.A. he decided he would like to teach fine arts at the college level, but he wanted to focus on strengthening his portfolio first.   He started taking ceramic classes at Brookhaven, because of prior classes he had taken at North Texas.   Through his work in clay he came to appreciate process and conceptual ideas tied to ceramic art. At that point he started working in sculpture, and eventually with other media.  His most current work is in clay as well as video art.  He will be applying for graduate school in the spring of 2013, and continue towards a Visual Studies Degree.

ABOUT DADA

The Dallas Art Dealers Association is an affiliation of established independent gallery owners and nonprofit art organizations in the Dallas metropolitan area. As a professional and educational resource for the community at large, DADA facilitates the Edith Baker Art Scholarship and Artist Career Development Fund, which provide financial and career support for visual art students. DADA also presents the Spring Gallery Walk and the Fall Gallery Walk as well as panel discussions.  Organized in 1985 by June Mattingly of Mattingly Baker Gallery, the Dallas Art Dealers Association is a 501(c)(6) organization.

Like the Art Dealers Association of America, membership in DADA is by invitation of the board of directors. In order to qualify for membership, a dealer or nonprofit space must have an established reputation for honesty, integrity, and professionalism among their peers, and must make a substantial contribution to the cultural life of the community by offering works of high aesthetic quality and presenting worthwhile exhibitions. DADA is dedicated to promoting the highest standards of ethical practice within the profession and to increasing public awareness of the role and responsibilities of reputable art dealers and nonprofit visual art spaces. 

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The 2012 Edith Baker Art Scholarship Is awarded to Fernando Johnson

Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA) presented its Edith Baker Art Scholarship to Fernando Johnson of Brookhaven College at a reception on Friday, Sept. 21 at Irving Arts Center, 3333 N. MacArthur Blvd. in Irving, Texas.  Art by Johnson and the six finalists from all seven DCCCD campuses will be exhibited through Nov. 18 at Irving Arts Center. Call (972) 252-7558 or visit irvingartscenter.com for more information.  The other finalists are Arjoon KC of North Lake College, William Benitez of Eastfield College, Jessica Braddock of Richland College, Jonathan Gruchawka of Cedar Valley College, Hannah Tyler of Mountain View College, and Candy Warth of El Centro College.  The Scholarship includes a check for $2,500, a mentorship, an internship and an artist studio visit. The jury for the EBAS was Edith Baker, Kenneth Craighead, Steve Green, Marcie Inman, Sue Flynn and Lisa Taylor. Winners to date have included Michelle Reyes, Brian Hauser, Maria Cortes, Pepper Ellett, Gustavo Galvan and Everett Brown.

Fernando Johnson graduated from The University of North Texas in 2008, with his B.F.A. in painting and drawing. Most of his work up until that time consisted of process-oriented paintings where he would layer different materials, scrape away sections, and then layer again.  Shortly after receiving his B.F.A. he decided he would like to teach fine arts at the college level, but he wanted to focus on strengthening his portfolio first.   He started taking ceramic classes at Brookhaven, because of prior classes he had taken at North Texas.   Through his work in clay he came to appreciate process and conceptual ideas tied to ceramic art. At that point he started working in sculpture, and eventually with other media.  His most current work is in clay as well as video art.  He will be applying for graduate school in the spring of 2013, and continue towards a Visual Studies Degree.

ABOUT DADA

The Dallas Art Dealers Association is an affiliation of established independent gallery owners and nonprofit art organizations in the Dallas metropolitan area. As a professional and educational resource for the community at large, DADA facilitates the Edith Baker Art Scholarship and Artist Career Development Fund, which provide financial and career support for visual art students. DADA also presents the Spring Gallery Walk and the Fall Gallery Walk as well as panel discussions.  Organized in 1985 by June Mattingly of Mattingly Baker Gallery, the Dallas Art Dealers Association is a 501(c)(6) organization.

Like the Art Dealers Association of America, membership in DADA is by invitation of the board of directors. In order to qualify for membership, a dealer or nonprofit space must have an established reputation for honesty, integrity, and professionalism among their peers, and must make a substantial contribution to the cultural life of the community by offering works of high aesthetic quality and presenting worthwhile exhibitions. DADA is dedicated to promoting the highest standards of ethical practice within the profession and to increasing public awareness of the role and responsibilities of reputable art dealers and nonprofit visual art spaces. 

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CAD Bus Tour Oct. 13

Get on the Bus with CADD

Galleri Urbane
Kirk Hopper Fine Art
The Public Trust
Home and Collection of Alan Kagan
Studio Visit with Carlos Donjuan

TIX2

Meet at Galleri Urbane at 10AM
Saturday, October 13

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CAD Bus Tour Oct. 13

Get on the Bus with CADD

Galleri Urbane
Kirk Hopper Fine Art
The Public Trust
Home and Collection of Alan Kagan
Studio Visit with Carlos Donjuan

TIX2

Meet at Galleri Urbane at 10AM
Saturday, October 13

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Painted Bra Art Project for breast cancer Oct. 4

There will be a bra painting contest, but there will also be live music, beer & The Dixie Derby Girls! — at Blue Pants Brewery.

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Painted Bra Art Project for breast cancer Oct. 4

There will be a bra painting contest, but there will also be live music, beer & The Dixie Derby Girls! — at Blue Pants Brewery.

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Dallas Art Openings : October 4 – October 6

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

http://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.

And please join Dallas Art Openings on Facebook.https://www.facebook.com/groups/385600404834114/


A Good Weekend! Enjoy!

“Trenz Gallery Opening” by Richard Lee Smith, Jr. and Michael Christopher, at Trenz Gallery – October 4 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
http://www.trenzgallery.com/index2.php
1315 E. Levee Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Landscape Dreams, A New Mexico Portrait” by Craig Varjabedian, at the Afterimage Photograph Gallery – October 6 : 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
http://www.afterimagegallery.com/varjabedian.htm
2800 Routh Street, #141, Dallas, Tx 75201

Cottonwood Art Festival” on October 6 : 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
http://www.cottonwoodartfestival.com/
1321 W. Belt Line Road, Richardson, Tx 75080

“Dormant Subversion” by Francisco Moreno, at the Oliver Francis Gallery – October 6 : 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://www.franciscomoreno.net/
209 S. Peak Street, Dallas, Tx 75226

“Faces of Classical Music – Photographs by William McEwen” by William McEwen, at the Irving Arts Center – October 6 : 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
http://www.irvingartscenter.com/Performances/EventsCalendar/EventDetail.aspx?id=416
3333 N. MacArthur Boulevard, Irving, Tx 75062

“Imagine” by Alicia H. Torres, Bronwyn Towle, Donna Lee Steffens, Elisha Ben-Yitzhak, Esther Wertheimer, He Si’en, Irene Neal, Jessica Manheim, Jim Pescott, John Kollig, Katrin Alvarez, Lee Ables, Li Haibing, Paloma Bernaldo, Robin Antar, Ron Burkhardt, Shahla Rosa, and Shawn Man Roland, at the LuminArte Fine Art Gallery – October 6 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://www.luminarte.com/home.html
1727 E. Levee Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Is, Was, Will Be” by Robert D. Cocke, at the Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden – October 6 : 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
http://www.valleyhouse.com/thumbnails.asp?mode=page&idx=142
6616 Spring Valley Road (between Preston and Hillcrest), Dallas, Tx 75254

Cottonwood Art Festival” on October 7 : 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
http://www.cottonwoodartfestival.com/
1321 W. Belt Line Road, Richardson, Tx 75080

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Dallas Art Openings : October 4 – October 6

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

http://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.

And please join Dallas Art Openings on Facebook.https://www.facebook.com/groups/385600404834114/


A Good Weekend! Enjoy!

“Trenz Gallery Opening” by Richard Lee Smith, Jr. and Michael Christopher, at Trenz Gallery – October 4 : 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
http://www.trenzgallery.com/index2.php
1315 E. Levee Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Landscape Dreams, A New Mexico Portrait” by Craig Varjabedian, at the Afterimage Photograph Gallery – October 6 : 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
http://www.afterimagegallery.com/varjabedian.htm
2800 Routh Street, #141, Dallas, Tx 75201

Cottonwood Art Festival” on October 6 : 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
http://www.cottonwoodartfestival.com/
1321 W. Belt Line Road, Richardson, Tx 75080

“Dormant Subversion” by Francisco Moreno, at the Oliver Francis Gallery – October 6 : 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://www.franciscomoreno.net/
209 S. Peak Street, Dallas, Tx 75226

“Faces of Classical Music – Photographs by William McEwen” by William McEwen, at the Irving Arts Center – October 6 : 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
http://www.irvingartscenter.com/Performances/EventsCalendar/EventDetail.aspx?id=416
3333 N. MacArthur Boulevard, Irving, Tx 75062

“Imagine” by Alicia H. Torres, Bronwyn Towle, Donna Lee Steffens, Elisha Ben-Yitzhak, Esther Wertheimer, He Si’en, Irene Neal, Jessica Manheim, Jim Pescott, John Kollig, Katrin Alvarez, Lee Ables, Li Haibing, Paloma Bernaldo, Robin Antar, Ron Burkhardt, Shahla Rosa, and Shawn Man Roland, at the LuminArte Fine Art Gallery – October 6 : 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
http://www.luminarte.com/home.html
1727 E. Levee Street, Dallas, Tx 75207

“Is, Was, Will Be” by Robert D. Cocke, at the Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden – October 6 : 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
http://www.valleyhouse.com/thumbnails.asp?mode=page&idx=142
6616 Spring Valley Road (between Preston and Hillcrest), Dallas, Tx 75254

Cottonwood Art Festival” on October 7 : 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
http://www.cottonwoodartfestival.com/
1321 W. Belt Line Road, Richardson, Tx 75080

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Keller’s Got Talent

We want to see you in October for the 5th Annual ‘Keller’s Got Talent’ art show which will showcase the artistic talents of 34 amateur and professional artists from the City of Keller and KISD area. Enjoy a variety of visual arts from paintings, drawings and watercolor to textiles and sculpture will be on display from October 1st to 30th from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Keller Town Hall, 1100 Bear Creek Parkway. A reception for all of the entered artists will be held on Thursday, October 11, 2012 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Town Hall lobby. All work entered will be judged (according to guidelines) with ‘Best in Show’ and ‘Honorable Mentions’ awarded at the reception. For more information please contact 817-743-4000 or publicarts@cityofkeller.com.

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/kellers-got-talent-3/

Keller’s Got Talent

We want to see you in October for the 5th Annual ‘Keller’s Got Talent’ art show which will showcase the artistic talents of 34 amateur and professional artists from the City of Keller and KISD area. Enjoy a variety of visual arts from paintings, drawings and watercolor to textiles and sculpture will be on display from October 1st to 30th from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Keller Town Hall, 1100 Bear Creek Parkway. A reception for all of the entered artists will be held on Thursday, October 11, 2012 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Town Hall lobby. All work entered will be judged (according to guidelines) with ‘Best in Show’ and ‘Honorable Mentions’ awarded at the reception. For more information please contact 817-743-4000 or publicarts@cityofkeller.com.

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/kellers-got-talent/

2012 SWS Members Show Winners

For more information and images, see the SWS website at swswatercolor.org

Awards and Winners for the 49th Annual Southwestern Watercolor Society Membership Show:

1.Best of Show Award $1,500.00
Jane Jones, ‘Sun Peaking Through’
Dallas

2. Edgar A Whitney Award $1,000.00
Mary Emerson, ‘Girl Power’
Oak Point

3. First Place Award $750.00
Nel Byrd, ‘On Tennessee’
Plano

4. Second Place Award $500.00
Linda Franklin, ‘Andy in Abstraction’
Carrollton

5. Third Place Award $300.00
Catherine Mayer, ‘On the Porch’
Frisco

6. M. Graham & Co. Merchandise Award $300.00
Frank Eber, ‘San Pedro Views’
Redondo Beach, CA

7. H. K. Holbein, Inc. Merchandise Award $237.00
Beverly Boren, ‘Solitude’
Trophy Club

8. Artisan Studio Cash Award $200.00
Michael Holter, ‘The Fisher’
Plano

9. Carolyn Hollabaugh Book Auction
Cash Award $200.00
Pat Kochan, ‘Elm Street Dallas’
Dallas

10. Artist’s Showplace Gallery Exhibit Award $150.00
Toni Evetts, ‘Cathedral Basilica of St. Frances, Santa Fe’
Mount Pleasant

11. Windsor and Newton Merchandise Award $125.00
Jeff Good, ‘Evening in Milan’
Dallas

12. Jack Richeson & Co. Merchandise Award $125.00
Ron Bigony, ‘Durango’
Longview

13. Art Academy
Live.Com
Membership Award $120.00
Pam Wilson, ‘Choo Choo’
Allen

14. Jack Richeson & Co. Merchandise Award $100.00
Priscilla Krejci, ‘Oh, Boy, It’s Mom’
Allen

15. Golden Artist Colors, Inc. Merchandise Award $100.00
Bob Voges, ‘Santa Fe Series II’
Dallas

16. Asel Art Supply Merchandise Award $100.00
Gary Weeter, ‘High and Dry’
Hot Springs Village, AK

17. Jerry’s Artarama Merchandise Award $100.00
Naomi Brotherton, ‘Suppertime’
Carrollton

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18. Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff Merchandise Award $100.00
Harry Shields, ‘Merida Zocalo’
Richardson

19. Fee Fee Cash Award
Donated by Priscilla Krejci $100.00
Kay Smith, ‘Fantasy Flowers’
Big Spring

20. Dallas Museum of Art Membership Award
Donated by Maureen Brouillette and
Joel Sampson $90.00
Bill Wadley, ‘Sleepy Village’
Plano

21. Liquitex (ColArt Americas, Inc.)
Merchandise Award $80.00
Val Wright, ‘Storm Brewing’
Naples, FL

22. Jack Richeson & Co. Merchandise Award
Daler Rowney Merchandise Award $125.00
Iris Moore, ‘A Different Tree’
Corinth

23. Creative Catalyst Merchandise Award
Blick Art Materials Merchandise Award $110.00
Patricia Jones, ‘French Quarter Soul’
Richardson

24. Creative Catalyst Merchandise Award
Blick Art Materials Merchandise Award $110.00
Meg Joshi, ‘Reflections’
Coppell

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/2012-sws-members-show-winners-2/

2012 SWS Members Show Winners

For more information and images, see the SWS website at swswatercolor.org

Awards and Winners for the 49th Annual Southwestern Watercolor Society Membership Show:

1.Best of Show Award $1,500.00
Jane Jones, ‘Sun Peaking Through’
Dallas

2. Edgar A Whitney Award $1,000.00
Mary Emerson, ‘Girl Power’
Oak Point

3. First Place Award $750.00
Nel Byrd, ‘On Tennessee’
Plano

4. Second Place Award $500.00
Linda Franklin, ‘Andy in Abstraction’
Carrollton

5. Third Place Award $300.00
Catherine Mayer, ‘On the Porch’
Frisco

6. M. Graham & Co. Merchandise Award $300.00
Frank Eber, ‘San Pedro Views’
Redondo Beach, CA

7. H. K. Holbein, Inc. Merchandise Award $237.00
Beverly Boren, ‘Solitude’
Trophy Club

8. Artisan Studio Cash Award $200.00
Michael Holter, ‘The Fisher’
Plano

9. Carolyn Hollabaugh Book Auction
Cash Award $200.00
Pat Kochan, ‘Elm Street Dallas’
Dallas

10. Artist’s Showplace Gallery Exhibit Award $150.00
Toni Evetts, ‘Cathedral Basilica of St. Frances, Santa Fe’
Mount Pleasant

11. Windsor and Newton Merchandise Award $125.00
Jeff Good, ‘Evening in Milan’
Dallas

12. Jack Richeson & Co. Merchandise Award $125.00
Ron Bigony, ‘Durango’
Longview

13. Art Academy
Live.Com
Membership Award $120.00
Pam Wilson, ‘Choo Choo’
Allen

14. Jack Richeson & Co. Merchandise Award $100.00
Priscilla Krejci, ‘Oh, Boy, It’s Mom’
Allen

15. Golden Artist Colors, Inc. Merchandise Award $100.00
Bob Voges, ‘Santa Fe Series II’
Dallas

16. Asel Art Supply Merchandise Award $100.00
Gary Weeter, ‘High and Dry’
Hot Springs Village, AK

17. Jerry’s Artarama Merchandise Award $100.00
Naomi Brotherton, ‘Suppertime’
Carrollton

.
18. Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff Merchandise Award $100.00
Harry Shields, ‘Merida Zocalo’
Richardson

19. Fee Fee Cash Award
Donated by Priscilla Krejci $100.00
Kay Smith, ‘Fantasy Flowers’
Big Spring

20. Dallas Museum of Art Membership Award
Donated by Maureen Brouillette and
Joel Sampson $90.00
Bill Wadley, ‘Sleepy Village’
Plano

21. Liquitex (ColArt Americas, Inc.)
Merchandise Award $80.00
Val Wright, ‘Storm Brewing’
Naples, FL

22. Jack Richeson & Co. Merchandise Award
Daler Rowney Merchandise Award $125.00
Iris Moore, ‘A Different Tree’
Corinth

23. Creative Catalyst Merchandise Award
Blick Art Materials Merchandise Award $110.00
Patricia Jones, ‘French Quarter Soul’
Richardson

24. Creative Catalyst Merchandise Award
Blick Art Materials Merchandise Award $110.00
Meg Joshi, ‘Reflections’
Coppell

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/2012-sws-members-show-winners/

First Friday in Denton Oct. 5

First Friday Denton at A Creative Art Studio


Join us for a First Friday Denton fun evening on October 5, from 7 – 10 p.m. http://www.acreativeartstudio.com/

We will start the evening with singer-songwriter Kylee Pannel. Kylee will be participating in the Susan G Komen 3-day walk in November and will be donating her tips to the cause. A Creative Art Studio will donate 5% of all purchases made during First Friday to support Kylee and her fundraising effort. 

Starting at 8 p.m. Polly Maynard, classical guitarist, will perform her magic for the crowd, followed by Denton musician Richard Haskins. Polly and Richard are also planning to perform some tunes together. 

Check out our featured artist of the month, art demonstrations and participate in our community art project. Grab a friend and join the fun just off the historic square in Denton, Texas.


 

OXIDE GALLERY is joining

West Oak Street in celebrating 
First Friday in October!

OXIDE will be open from 7p-9p Friday October 5th and holding a mini reception at our new location at 211 N Cedar St. in Downtown Denton.  We hope you can join us for this great night of Art, Music, and fun. http://www.oxidegallery.com/
 

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/first-friday-in-denton-oct-5-2/

First Friday in Denton Oct. 5

First Friday Denton at A Creative Art Studio


Join us for a First Friday Denton fun evening on October 5, from 7 – 10 p.m. http://www.acreativeartstudio.com/

We will start the evening with singer-songwriter Kylee Pannel. Kylee will be participating in the Susan G Komen 3-day walk in November and will be donating her tips to the cause. A Creative Art Studio will donate 5% of all purchases made during First Friday to support Kylee and her fundraising effort. 

Starting at 8 p.m. Polly Maynard, classical guitarist, will perform her magic for the crowd, followed by Denton musician Richard Haskins. Polly and Richard are also planning to perform some tunes together. 

Check out our featured artist of the month, art demonstrations and participate in our community art project. Grab a friend and join the fun just off the historic square in Denton, Texas.


 

OXIDE GALLERY is joining

West Oak Street in celebrating 
First Friday in October!

OXIDE will be open from 7p-9p Friday October 5th and holding a mini reception at our new location at 211 N Cedar St. in Downtown Denton.  We hope you can join us for this great night of Art, Music, and fun. http://www.oxidegallery.com/
 

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/first-friday-in-denton-oct-5/

CrissCrossingCorridors at Gallery at MIDTOWN

 

A community interactive ART experience at
Gallery at MIDTOWN October 6th, 2012

Gallery at MIDTOWN is opening its doors to the public to showcase its burgeoning art community housed within Valley View Center. Valley View Center is now part of a new development project designated as MIDTOWN Dallas. This project encompasses the entire MIDTOWN district and will soon be redeveloped and include Gallery at MIDTOWN and all our affiliates:

  • MIDTOWN Arts Academy
  • MIDTOWN Artist Studios
  • Paint at MIDTOWN
  • Glass at MIDTOWN
  • MIDTOWN Artist Resident Program
  • Paint My Pottery at MIDTOWN grand opening
  • MIDTOWN Galleries launch and tours
WE INVITE ALL ARTISTS, ART ENTHUSIASTS AND PUBLIC TO A FULL DAY OF ACTIVITIES:

9am Coffee mixer and open house at MIDTOWN Artist Studios
10am MIDTOWN Arts Academy Children’s Class
1pm MIDTOWN Arts Academy Teen Class
3pm MIDTOWN Arts Academy artist, teacher and student meet with Cori Berg and Frankie Garcia III 
4-5pm Tour and mixer of Gallery at MIDTOWN and Artist Studios
5-7pm Live mural painting with James Rizzi and guest DJ
7-10pm Art Exhibition featuring all new works from Dallas artists*
SKYPONY Studios will be exhibiting new works by sculptural artist Michael Broussard
MIDTOWN Artist Resident Waleed Arshad andThe Transcultural Collective group exhibition
8pm-1am LIVE ENTERTAINMENT by Andrea Dawson 
Wine and hors d’oeuvres provided 

 

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/crisscrossingcorridors-at-gallery-at-midtown/

CrissCrossingCorridors at Gallery at MIDTOWN

 

A community interactive ART experience at
Gallery at MIDTOWN October 6th, 2012

Gallery at MIDTOWN is opening its doors to the public to showcase its burgeoning art community housed within Valley View Center. Valley View Center is now part of a new development project designated as MIDTOWN Dallas. This project encompasses the entire MIDTOWN district and will soon be redeveloped and include Gallery at MIDTOWN and all our affiliates:

  • MIDTOWN Arts Academy
  • MIDTOWN Artist Studios
  • Paint at MIDTOWN
  • Glass at MIDTOWN
  • MIDTOWN Artist Resident Program
  • Paint My Pottery at MIDTOWN grand opening
  • MIDTOWN Galleries launch and tours
WE INVITE ALL ARTISTS, ART ENTHUSIASTS AND PUBLIC TO A FULL DAY OF ACTIVITIES:

9am Coffee mixer and open house at MIDTOWN Artist Studios
10am MIDTOWN Arts Academy Children’s Class
1pm MIDTOWN Arts Academy Teen Class
3pm MIDTOWN Arts Academy artist, teacher and student meet with Cori Berg and Frankie Garcia III 
4-5pm Tour and mixer of Gallery at MIDTOWN and Artist Studios
5-7pm Live mural painting with James Rizzi and guest DJ
7-10pm Art Exhibition featuring all new works from Dallas artists*
SKYPONY Studios will be exhibiting new works by sculptural artist Michael Broussard
MIDTOWN Artist Resident Waleed Arshad andThe Transcultural Collective group exhibition
8pm-1am LIVE ENTERTAINMENT by Andrea Dawson 
Wine and hors d’oeuvres provided 

 

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/crisscrossingcorridors-at-gallery-at-midtown-2/

Cottonwood Art Festival Oct. 6-7, 2012 to Feature 240 Top Artists

 
The works of the nation’s top visual artists will be on display October 6-7 at the bi-annual Cottonwood Art Festival.

Now in its 43rd year, the prestigious show is rated one of the top art festival in the United States and is the premier fine arts event in North Texas. Featuring the finest arts and crafts in the nation, the twice-a-year event generates more than $2 million in art sales annually.

The festival is set for 10 AM – 7 PM (the featured band will play to 8 PM) on Saturday October 6 and 10 AM — 6 PM on Sunday, October 7, 2012, at Richardson’s Cottonwood Park. The park is just east of the intersection of Beltline Road and Coit Road. Full details are available at www.cottonwoodartfestival.com.

Cottonwood Art Festival is a juried show. This year, more than 1,000 artists submitted their work for consideration. Jurors selected 240 artists to exhibit their museum-quality work in 16 fine art/fine crafts categories: 2-D Mixed Media, 3-D Mixed Media, Clay, Decorative Fiber, Glass, Jewelry, Metal, Oil, Watercolor, Drawing/Pastel, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Wearable Fiber, Wood and Leather.

More than the art, the festival also features local bands performing the best in rock, country, jazz, blues, swing and folk. In the courtyard, sit in the shade by the lake and enjoy the music. A varied menu of fine food, wine, margaritas and beer are available for purchase.

ArtStop, the children’s’ area at Cottonwood Art Festival, offers arts, crafts and activities for children of all ages. Create a sculpture hat from scrap, add to an enormous collage, or practice sculpting clay. Some of the children’s activities require a small fee.

Artists include:

2D Mixed Media

Michael Colpitts, Mary DiStefano Jarowitz, Jana Epstein, Steven Graber, Keith Grace, Anthony Grant, Julie Havel, Robin Renee Hix, Jay Long, Lisa Loudermilk, Brice McCasland, Teri McReynolds, Mauricio Mora, Rodgers Naylor, Scott Olson, Armando Pedroso, Julie Rice, Vernon Rollin III, Marty Ruiz, Ellie Rusinova, Geralyn Sedlak-Ford, Karen Smith, Scott Swezy

3D Mixed Media

Cassie Arnold, Rick Bachman, Kimmy Cantrell, Ronald Colbert, Robin Daning, Gerald Garner, Leif Holland, Jennifer Ivory, Sheri Meldrum, Toby Mercer, Nancy Michael-Susaneck, James Mosier, Reza Pishgahi, Mark Rademacher, Steven Radtke, Ellie Rusinova, Lyn Sedlak-Ford, Chris Smith, Benjamin Stielow, Aly Winningham, Bill Wirtel, Barbara Woods

Ceramics

Cathra-Anne Barker, Marvin Blackmore, Sumati Colpitts, Larry East, Casey Hankin, Peter Karner, Brenda McMahon, Michael Meyer, Adrianna Morrisette, Kyle Osvog, Clare Pousson, Tom Radca, Ralph Rankin, Collin Rosebrook, Tony Schartz, Diane & Don Smith, Paul Uhl, Jacqueline Wetzel Phillips

Digital

Tanya Doskova, Jimmy Ellis, Brett Miley

Drawing/Pastels

C.J. Bradford, Jennifer Cavan, Don Coons, C. L. Cunningham, Geri Dunn, Stephanie Ford, Douglas Fulks, Lauren Herr, Meredith Kuntzsch, Robin Lauersdorf, Yan Lee, Sherry Steele, Scott Swezy

Fiber

Larry & Rebbecca Brockman, Myra Burg, Donna Doersam, Olive Kraus, Lucy & Mel Mendez, Emilie Pritchard, C. Smathers

Glass

Brenda Benson, Paul Counts, Leslie Friedman, Lance Heddan, Rollin Karg, Randy Kuntz, Roger Mathews, Toby McGee, Jason & Nicole McQuaid, Stan Megdall, Steve Palmer, Randle Sedlak-Ford, Laura & Michael Thompson, Meredith Wenzel, Paul Willsea & Carol O’Brien

Jewelry

Rick Angrick, William Bailey, Susan Butler, Greta Cannon, Lisa Crowder, Joseph Cyberski, Janine DeCresenzo, E. Moises Diaz, Mary Filapek, Ann Finley, Lyn Foley, Michele Friedman, Phillip Hall, Hanan Ingel, Jo Jennings, Julie Jerman-Melka, Sharon Johnston, Katherine Kaya, Karyn Kozak, Roger Mathews, Kimberley Morris, Rex Nockengust, Denise Robertson, Michael Romanik, Andrew and Turza Shows, Fred Tate, Robert Trisko, Victoria Varga, Erica Zap, Zeke & Marty Zewick, Marc & Wendy Zoschke

Metal

Steve Cambronne, E. Moises Diaz, Anthony Hansen, Rick Martin, Corky Storer, Wendell Turner, Charles White

Painting: Oil/Acrylic

Gregory Arth, Dawn Baker, Pamela Blaies, Lon Brauer, Danny Chu, George Coll, Stephen Dickerson, Stefan Geissbuhler, Steven Graber, Maggie Grier, Niki Gulley, Richard Hall, Tate Hamilton, Jeremy Hansen, Robert Hurst, John Irizarry, Brian Keller, J. Lynn Kelly, Miro Kenarov, Jeff Laibson, Mary Landis, Jay Long, Armik Malekian, Jerry Malzahn, Michelle Mardis, Brian McGuffey, Jo Moncrief, Betty Nash, Scott Olson, Eric Painter, Andy Quaglino, Jamie Rice, Betty Robbins, Bonnie Siebert, Thomas Stotts, Brian Sullivan, Cat Tesla, Alla Tsank, Kathy Womack, Dick Zimmerman

Painting: Watercolor

Shelly Burden, Yongqun Guo, Diana Hsu, Jeffrey Jensen, Rick Loudermilk, Tai Poon, Larry Stephenson,

Steven Vigil, S Brian Berkun

Photography Digital

Harry Bowden, John Canterbury, Liv Colbert, Bob Coller Jewett, Clark Crenshaw, Greg Davis, David Gill, Edward Holland, Marty Hulsebos, Larry Humphrey, Carol Lyon, Doug Remien, Mark Stephenson, Patrick Whalen

Photography Traditional

Nancy Blades, Craig Brabson, Jana Epstein, Kavan Geary, Oscar Matos Linares, John Scanlan, Vicki Bolen

Sculpture

Lorri Acott , Glo Coalson, Will Grant, Denise Greenwood-Loveless, Casey Horn, Roger Hubbard, Ralph Parker, Jin Powell, Craig Riches, Greg Robertson, Wendy Salin, Adam Schultz, Harold Siefert, John Zidek

Wearable Fiber

Sandy Atkins-Moran, Mark Carter, Robert Dachenhausen, Valery Guignon, Diane Harty , Barbara Holloway, Lynn Langhoff, Valarie Pagni, Jeff Seemayer

Wood

Adam Crowell, Kevin Desplanques, Souphong Manikhong, Pete Mccaskill, Lance Munn, Steven Potts, Dale Robbins, Rick Robinson, Ron & Christine Sisco, Wolf Sittler, Robert Wilhelm

For more information on Cottonwood Art Festival, go to www.CottonwoodArtFestival.com. Whether shopping for art, listening to music, enjoying the outdoors or making art of your own, Cottonwood has something for everyone.

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/cottonwood-art-festival-oct-6-7-2012-to-feature-240-top-artists/

Cottonwood Art Festival Oct. 6-7, 2012 to Feature 240 Top Artists

 
The works of the nation’s top visual artists will be on display October 6-7 at the bi-annual Cottonwood Art Festival.

Now in its 43rd year, the prestigious show is rated one of the top art festival in the United States and is the premier fine arts event in North Texas. Featuring the finest arts and crafts in the nation, the twice-a-year event generates more than $2 million in art sales annually.

The festival is set for 10 AM – 7 PM (the featured band will play to 8 PM) on Saturday October 6 and 10 AM — 6 PM on Sunday, October 7, 2012, at Richardson’s Cottonwood Park. The park is just east of the intersection of Beltline Road and Coit Road. Full details are available at www.cottonwoodartfestival.com.

Cottonwood Art Festival is a juried show. This year, more than 1,000 artists submitted their work for consideration. Jurors selected 240 artists to exhibit their museum-quality work in 16 fine art/fine crafts categories: 2-D Mixed Media, 3-D Mixed Media, Clay, Decorative Fiber, Glass, Jewelry, Metal, Oil, Watercolor, Drawing/Pastel, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Wearable Fiber, Wood and Leather.

More than the art, the festival also features local bands performing the best in rock, country, jazz, blues, swing and folk. In the courtyard, sit in the shade by the lake and enjoy the music. A varied menu of fine food, wine, margaritas and beer are available for purchase.

ArtStop, the children’s’ area at Cottonwood Art Festival, offers arts, crafts and activities for children of all ages. Create a sculpture hat from scrap, add to an enormous collage, or practice sculpting clay. Some of the children’s activities require a small fee.

Artists include:

2D Mixed Media

Michael Colpitts, Mary DiStefano Jarowitz, Jana Epstein, Steven Graber, Keith Grace, Anthony Grant, Julie Havel, Robin Renee Hix, Jay Long, Lisa Loudermilk, Brice McCasland, Teri McReynolds, Mauricio Mora, Rodgers Naylor, Scott Olson, Armando Pedroso, Julie Rice, Vernon Rollin III, Marty Ruiz, Ellie Rusinova, Geralyn Sedlak-Ford, Karen Smith, Scott Swezy

3D Mixed Media

Cassie Arnold, Rick Bachman, Kimmy Cantrell, Ronald Colbert, Robin Daning, Gerald Garner, Leif Holland, Jennifer Ivory, Sheri Meldrum, Toby Mercer, Nancy Michael-Susaneck, James Mosier, Reza Pishgahi, Mark Rademacher, Steven Radtke, Ellie Rusinova, Lyn Sedlak-Ford, Chris Smith, Benjamin Stielow, Aly Winningham, Bill Wirtel, Barbara Woods

Ceramics

Cathra-Anne Barker, Marvin Blackmore, Sumati Colpitts, Larry East, Casey Hankin, Peter Karner, Brenda McMahon, Michael Meyer, Adrianna Morrisette, Kyle Osvog, Clare Pousson, Tom Radca, Ralph Rankin, Collin Rosebrook, Tony Schartz, Diane & Don Smith, Paul Uhl, Jacqueline Wetzel Phillips

Digital

Tanya Doskova, Jimmy Ellis, Brett Miley

Drawing/Pastels

C.J. Bradford, Jennifer Cavan, Don Coons, C. L. Cunningham, Geri Dunn, Stephanie Ford, Douglas Fulks, Lauren Herr, Meredith Kuntzsch, Robin Lauersdorf, Yan Lee, Sherry Steele, Scott Swezy

Fiber

Larry & Rebbecca Brockman, Myra Burg, Donna Doersam, Olive Kraus, Lucy & Mel Mendez, Emilie Pritchard, C. Smathers

Glass

Brenda Benson, Paul Counts, Leslie Friedman, Lance Heddan, Rollin Karg, Randy Kuntz, Roger Mathews, Toby McGee, Jason & Nicole McQuaid, Stan Megdall, Steve Palmer, Randle Sedlak-Ford, Laura & Michael Thompson, Meredith Wenzel, Paul Willsea & Carol O’Brien

Jewelry

Rick Angrick, William Bailey, Susan Butler, Greta Cannon, Lisa Crowder, Joseph Cyberski, Janine DeCresenzo, E. Moises Diaz, Mary Filapek, Ann Finley, Lyn Foley, Michele Friedman, Phillip Hall, Hanan Ingel, Jo Jennings, Julie Jerman-Melka, Sharon Johnston, Katherine Kaya, Karyn Kozak, Roger Mathews, Kimberley Morris, Rex Nockengust, Denise Robertson, Michael Romanik, Andrew and Turza Shows, Fred Tate, Robert Trisko, Victoria Varga, Erica Zap, Zeke & Marty Zewick, Marc & Wendy Zoschke

Metal

Steve Cambronne, E. Moises Diaz, Anthony Hansen, Rick Martin, Corky Storer, Wendell Turner, Charles White

Painting: Oil/Acrylic

Gregory Arth, Dawn Baker, Pamela Blaies, Lon Brauer, Danny Chu, George Coll, Stephen Dickerson, Stefan Geissbuhler, Steven Graber, Maggie Grier, Niki Gulley, Richard Hall, Tate Hamilton, Jeremy Hansen, Robert Hurst, John Irizarry, Brian Keller, J. Lynn Kelly, Miro Kenarov, Jeff Laibson, Mary Landis, Jay Long, Armik Malekian, Jerry Malzahn, Michelle Mardis, Brian McGuffey, Jo Moncrief, Betty Nash, Scott Olson, Eric Painter, Andy Quaglino, Jamie Rice, Betty Robbins, Bonnie Siebert, Thomas Stotts, Brian Sullivan, Cat Tesla, Alla Tsank, Kathy Womack, Dick Zimmerman

Painting: Watercolor

Shelly Burden, Yongqun Guo, Diana Hsu, Jeffrey Jensen, Rick Loudermilk, Tai Poon, Larry Stephenson,

Steven Vigil, S Brian Berkun

Photography Digital

Harry Bowden, John Canterbury, Liv Colbert, Bob Coller Jewett, Clark Crenshaw, Greg Davis, David Gill, Edward Holland, Marty Hulsebos, Larry Humphrey, Carol Lyon, Doug Remien, Mark Stephenson, Patrick Whalen

Photography Traditional

Nancy Blades, Craig Brabson, Jana Epstein, Kavan Geary, Oscar Matos Linares, John Scanlan, Vicki Bolen

Sculpture

Lorri Acott , Glo Coalson, Will Grant, Denise Greenwood-Loveless, Casey Horn, Roger Hubbard, Ralph Parker, Jin Powell, Craig Riches, Greg Robertson, Wendy Salin, Adam Schultz, Harold Siefert, John Zidek

Wearable Fiber

Sandy Atkins-Moran, Mark Carter, Robert Dachenhausen, Valery Guignon, Diane Harty , Barbara Holloway, Lynn Langhoff, Valarie Pagni, Jeff Seemayer

Wood

Adam Crowell, Kevin Desplanques, Souphong Manikhong, Pete Mccaskill, Lance Munn, Steven Potts, Dale Robbins, Rick Robinson, Ron & Christine Sisco, Wolf Sittler, Robert Wilhelm

For more information on Cottonwood Art Festival, go to www.CottonwoodArtFestival.com. Whether shopping for art, listening to music, enjoying the outdoors or making art of your own, Cottonwood has something for everyone.

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/cottonwood-art-festival-oct-6-7-2012-to-feature-240-top-artists-2/

Sculpture and Creative Arts grace the State Fair of Texas

Fried food, carnival rides, the animal barns, and Big Tex are the mainstays of the fair experience, but don’t forget the arts! The 2012 State Fair of Texas opens on Friday, September 28 and extends through October 31. For more information see the website: http://www.bigtex.com

Artwork from the annual Creative Arts contests are on display in the Creative Arts Building. Results are already posted for the Arts: http://www.bigtex.com/sft/CreativeArts/documents/DeptAwinners12.pdf.

The State Fair Fall Garden Exhibition, a good idea back in 2002, has only gotten better in the ensuing years. Sculpture by area artists adds splashes of color, texture, form, whimsy, sound or serenity to the spaces. The Fall Garden Exhibition includes work by 27 artists. For an artist’s insight on the show, read Lottie Minick’s stories:

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Sculpture and Creative Arts grace the State Fair of Texas

Fried food, carnival rides, the animal barns, and Big Tex are the mainstays of the fair experience, but don’t forget the arts! The 2012 State Fair of Texas opens on Friday, September 28 and extends through October 31. For more information see the website: http://www.bigtex.com

Artwork from the annual Creative Arts contests are on display in the Creative Arts Building. Results are already posted for the Arts: http://www.bigtex.com/sft/CreativeArts/documents/DeptAwinners12.pdf.

The State Fair Fall Garden Exhibition, a good idea back in 2002, has only gotten better in the ensuing years. Sculpture by area artists adds splashes of color, texture, form, whimsy, sound or serenity to the spaces. The Fall Garden Exhibition includes work by 27 artists. For an artist’s insight on the show, read Lottie Minick’s stories:

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Paint the Cowtown reception Oct. 4

Paint the Cowtown: A show of paintings by 12 North Texas Painters.

 

Artists RECEPTION: Oil paintings and pastel will be displayed in the corridor of the Downtown Fort Worth public Library. Evening reception Thursday , October the Fourth. from 6pm-8;0PM. Refreshments will be served and the public is invited to attend. TAC is a professional group that is under the umbrella of the Fort Worth Community Arts Center. The painters meet to draw from a model and connect to paint outdoors in the beautiful spots around Fort Worth, lunching together after a session of painting. The artists are showing some of their efforts at the library September 17 through November 24, 2012.

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Paint the Cowtown reception Oct. 4

Paint the Cowtown: A show of paintings by 12 North Texas Painters.

 

Artists RECEPTION: Oil paintings and pastel will be displayed in the corridor of the Downtown Fort Worth public Library. Evening reception Thursday , October the Fourth. from 6pm-8;0PM. Refreshments will be served and the public is invited to attend. TAC is a professional group that is under the umbrella of the Fort Worth Community Arts Center. The painters meet to draw from a model and connect to paint outdoors in the beautiful spots around Fort Worth, lunching together after a session of painting. The artists are showing some of their efforts at the library September 17 through November 24, 2012.

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DeSoto Plein Aire Paint Out at Nance Farm Oct. 1

On Monday, October 1, 2012, the DeSoto Historical Commission will host the DeSoto Art League and a big Plein Aire Paint Out at the Historic Nance Farm, located at 1325 Greenbrook Drive in the Mantlebrook Subdivision in DeSoto. The event will start at 9:00AM and end at 3:00PM. Lunch will be furnished along with drinks (water, soda).

THIS PAINT OUT IS OPEN TO ALL AREA ARTISTS with the DeSoto Art League hosting the event.

Parking is available for the handicapped inside the property and other parking is on the street in front.

Included in this paint out is a Jack Richeson & Co, Inc painting event. Hundreds of dollars worth of prizes will be awarded at 2:30PM. Jack Richeson is providing gesso’d art panels free to interested participants. VERY valuable gift certificates to Jack Richeson & Co. will be awarded. One panel will be provided free to each participant. All paintings to be considered for the prizes must be painted on the provided gesso’d panels.

If the watercolorists want to paint on these gesso’d panels, one method of preparing them is with watercolor ground. Let me know and we will make arrangements to get the panels to you ahead of time so they can be prepared before the paint out.

Participation fee for this event is $7.00. This fee includes lunch and refreshments.

The Nance Farm was established in 1847. The barn on the property is the original barn from that date. The family lived in the barn for several years until the main house was completed in ?1851. Over the years, this property was farmed and then late last century, it was used for meetings. (The DeSoto Art League was created in a meeting of local artists there in January 1981).

Several years ago, the City of DeSoto acquired this property and did some restoration on it. It has recently opened to the public on certain occasions. It is managed by the DeSoto Historical Commission and is supported by funds from the city, the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department and other donations.

We are very privileged to have the Historical Commission opening this property today just for the artists.

In case of inclement weather, the date will be moved to Wednesday, October 3.

Please RSVP ASAP to: Ken Reese, ken_reese@prodigy.net or 972-217-1546.

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DeSoto Plein Aire Paint Out at Nance Farm Oct. 1

On Monday, October 1, 2012, the DeSoto Historical Commission will host the DeSoto Art League and a big Plein Aire Paint Out at the Historic Nance Farm, located at 1325 Greenbrook Drive in the Mantlebrook Subdivision in DeSoto. The event will start at 9:00AM and end at 3:00PM. Lunch will be furnished along with drinks (water, soda).

THIS PAINT OUT IS OPEN TO ALL AREA ARTISTS with the DeSoto Art League hosting the event.

Parking is available for the handicapped inside the property and other parking is on the street in front.

Included in this paint out is a Jack Richeson & Co, Inc painting event. Hundreds of dollars worth of prizes will be awarded at 2:30PM. Jack Richeson is providing gesso’d art panels free to interested participants. VERY valuable gift certificates to Jack Richeson & Co. will be awarded. One panel will be provided free to each participant. All paintings to be considered for the prizes must be painted on the provided gesso’d panels.

If the watercolorists want to paint on these gesso’d panels, one method of preparing them is with watercolor ground. Let me know and we will make arrangements to get the panels to you ahead of time so they can be prepared before the paint out.

Participation fee for this event is $7.00. This fee includes lunch and refreshments.

The Nance Farm was established in 1847. The barn on the property is the original barn from that date. The family lived in the barn for several years until the main house was completed in ?1851. Over the years, this property was farmed and then late last century, it was used for meetings. (The DeSoto Art League was created in a meeting of local artists there in January 1981).

Several years ago, the City of DeSoto acquired this property and did some restoration on it. It has recently opened to the public on certain occasions. It is managed by the DeSoto Historical Commission and is supported by funds from the city, the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department and other donations.

We are very privileged to have the Historical Commission opening this property today just for the artists.

In case of inclement weather, the date will be moved to Wednesday, October 3.

Please RSVP ASAP to: Ken Reese, ken_reese@prodigy.net or 972-217-1546.

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/desoto-plein-aire-paint-out-at-nance-farm-oct-1/

ARTNITE at ilume GALLERIE to benefit The Dallas Public Library Oak Lawn Branch Sept. 28

lume® and ilume® Gallerie present ARTNITE with a simultaneous show in the gallery and library to benefit The Oak Lawn Branch of the Dallas Public Library.

Artist’s Reception with new contemporary paintings to be featured by Ronald Radwanski, Gallery Director and Artist in Residence at ilume® . In addition, a presentation to the library for a $2,500.00 donation by ilume® Developer Luke Crosland to enhance the Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) collec- tion at the Oak Lawn Branch. .

As the ilume® and ilume® GALLERIE mark the third anniversary on Cedar Springs and begin construction across the street with ilume® PARK, the community comes together to celebrate ARTNITE. The annual event created by Radwanski 10 years ago features a retrospective collection of the artist’s works from Dallas’ private collectors in the library and the artist’s new works in the gallery directly across the street. Guests can obtain a free library card at the library, be a member of the Oak lawn Library Friends, contribute for the branch’s Summer Reading Programs, Elementary School Field Trips, and make donations for hardcover books, digital books, and magazines for the branch.

The gallery will also feature contemporary paintings by Dang Dang, Caryl Gordon, Kat, Gary Kyte, Christina Neuser, Steve Uriegas, Gjon Zanos, jewelry by artisans Pat Barrett, De Anna Cochran, and Jane Heart, photography by Jorge Rivas, and sculpture by Ric Leichliter and George Tobolowsky.

The simultaneous show venues in the library and gallery will be from 6PM-10PM and is free to the public. The show will be open from September 28 through October 13, 2012.

About Dallas Public Library Oak Lawn

The Oak Lawn Branch is the only branch in the Dallas Public Library system that has a GLBT collection. In addition The Oak Lawn Branch has an extensive movie DVD collection, online catalog for books, music and books on CD, events for teens and children, free WIFI access, and digital audio books for checkout and a modern com- fortable reading room. (All free with a membership) This is also the home of the contemporary painting that artist Ronald Radwanski created eight years ago as a public art installation that complements the architecture of the building.

About ilume® GALLERIE

The ilume® GALLERIE is instrumental in showcasing new and established contemporary artists in fine art, sculp- ture, photography, and jewelry. Each month the gallery hosts “benefit shows”, and each season “Artist Talks” and informal classes from its artists The gallery also has contributed to public art with the placement of sculpture and fine art in the public areas of the ilume®, the main reading room at the Oak Lawn Public Library, and the Cedar Springs thoroughfare, which has become the cultural crossroads of Dallas through art, education, and diversity.

About Ilume®

“ilume Village” when complete will bring the total number of residential units to 556 on Cedar Springs. Developer Luke Crosland will take the project nationwide with 16 planned ilumes with it’s next location in Houston. The pre- sent ilume® complex for shopping and dining encompass an area enhanced by public art and sculpture and truly represents the diversity as “The Cultural Crossroads of Dallas”.

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ARTNITE at ilume GALLERIE to benefit The Dallas Public Library Oak Lawn Branch Sept. 28

lume® and ilume® Gallerie present ARTNITE with a simultaneous show in the gallery and library to benefit The Oak Lawn Branch of the Dallas Public Library.

Artist’s Reception with new contemporary paintings to be featured by Ronald Radwanski, Gallery Director and Artist in Residence at ilume® . In addition, a presentation to the library for a $2,500.00 donation by ilume® Developer Luke Crosland to enhance the Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) collec- tion at the Oak Lawn Branch. .

As the ilume® and ilume® GALLERIE mark the third anniversary on Cedar Springs and begin construction across the street with ilume® PARK, the community comes together to celebrate ARTNITE. The annual event created by Radwanski 10 years ago features a retrospective collection of the artist’s works from Dallas’ private collectors in the library and the artist’s new works in the gallery directly across the street. Guests can obtain a free library card at the library, be a member of the Oak lawn Library Friends, contribute for the branch’s Summer Reading Programs, Elementary School Field Trips, and make donations for hardcover books, digital books, and magazines for the branch.

The gallery will also feature contemporary paintings by Dang Dang, Caryl Gordon, Kat, Gary Kyte, Christina Neuser, Steve Uriegas, Gjon Zanos, jewelry by artisans Pat Barrett, De Anna Cochran, and Jane Heart, photography by Jorge Rivas, and sculpture by Ric Leichliter and George Tobolowsky.

The simultaneous show venues in the library and gallery will be from 6PM-10PM and is free to the public. The show will be open from September 28 through October 13, 2012.

About Dallas Public Library Oak Lawn

The Oak Lawn Branch is the only branch in the Dallas Public Library system that has a GLBT collection. In addition The Oak Lawn Branch has an extensive movie DVD collection, online catalog for books, music and books on CD, events for teens and children, free WIFI access, and digital audio books for checkout and a modern com- fortable reading room. (All free with a membership) This is also the home of the contemporary painting that artist Ronald Radwanski created eight years ago as a public art installation that complements the architecture of the building.

About ilume® GALLERIE

The ilume® GALLERIE is instrumental in showcasing new and established contemporary artists in fine art, sculp- ture, photography, and jewelry. Each month the gallery hosts “benefit shows”, and each season “Artist Talks” and informal classes from its artists The gallery also has contributed to public art with the placement of sculpture and fine art in the public areas of the ilume®, the main reading room at the Oak Lawn Public Library, and the Cedar Springs thoroughfare, which has become the cultural crossroads of Dallas through art, education, and diversity.

About Ilume®

“ilume Village” when complete will bring the total number of residential units to 556 on Cedar Springs. Developer Luke Crosland will take the project nationwide with 16 planned ilumes with it’s next location in Houston. The pre- sent ilume® complex for shopping and dining encompass an area enhanced by public art and sculpture and truly represents the diversity as “The Cultural Crossroads of Dallas”.

Permanent link to this article: http://artgroupsdfw.com/exhibits-events/artnite-at-ilume-gallerie-to-benefit-the-dallas-public-library-oak-lawn-branch-sept-28/

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