Category Archive: Art Galleries

Inner.Space Projects opens with Culture Shock! on June 10


Culture Shock! featuring new works by Legend d’Oro (NYC) and Ali Akbar (Bangladesh) Opening Saturday June 10th 7-11pm. Show runs until July 1st at Inner.Space Projects. 100 S. Main Street Ste. 114, Duncanville, Texas 75116. (817) 932-2056

More detail about the exhibit and new gallery in Kendall Morgan’s article

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Open Space Opening Reception May 20


Opening reception invitation

Open Space + Beat Rice Studios is just that, an open space that evolves to serve the art community’s needs. In its first manifestation, the space will feature noteworthy local artists alongside those actively working in their studios on site. 203 W Comstock St | Dallas, TX 75208 |

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Plano Art Association closing its gallery facility


Update regarding
Plano Art Association
Gallery Facility

As many of you know, PAA has discontinued occupancy
of it’s gallery space at EastSide Village in the
Arts District in Downtown Plano.

Circumstances related to a major increase in the lease
renewal rate made it impossible for the association to afford
continued  occupancy. Every attempt was made to negotiate a responsible path forward to retain the space, but to no avail.

Going forward, the association will certainly continue
to inspire and encourage its member artists and achieve
the mission of the organization:

“The Plano Art Association is dedicated to
encouraging the visual arts development of the
membership, and inspiring awareness of the visual arts
by sharing the joy, passion and beauty
within and beyond our Plano community.”

New venues are being explored for regular member meetings
and upcoming scheduled exhibits. We will keep everyone
informed as the options and opportunities are identified.

Although the gallery has been a milestone event in the
history of the Plano Art Association, the organization
has thrived for more than four decades and it will
certainly do so for decades to come. The closing of the
gallery comes very close to the end of term of our
current excellent leadership. We all look
forward to choosing a new executive team
that can build on the strong
accomplishments of the last few years.
Soheyla Rashidyan
President, Plano Art Association
Plano Art Association

Gallery located at
1013 15th Place, East Side Village I, Suite 105, Plano, TX. 75074

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WALL Gallery Closing Reception / ART SALE


Thank you

We want to thank our art patrons and friends by inviting you to WALL Gallery for our gallery closing reception this weekend Saturday, April 22, 2017 2-5pm.

WALL Gallery

We will be closing WALL gallery doors on May 1, 2017 are having an art SALE beginning Saturday, April 22, 2017 from noon-5pm and hope you will stop in to say goodbye and take advantage of lower pricing on selected artworks.

We thank you for being a WALL Gallery client for these past years that we have been in business. If you have any questions about the sale or anything else, I can be reached at 214-749-0015 or at

I  am departing the traditional brick and mortar gallery business and will  continue working with selected clients on a consulting basis.  More details to follow.  Hope to see you this weekend!

Kristi Kirkpatrick

“Life is like riding a bicycle, to keep your balance you must keep moving.”
~ Albert Einstein


WALL Gallery
1529 Dragon St.
Dallas, TX 75207

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Your Private Collection Art Gallery Anniversary & History


1YPCtenhistoryA Little History About Your Private Collection Art Gallery

Energetically Supporting the Arts for Ten Years

It’s June 2007 and Home by Design Magazine announces “..a new exciting art gallery, featuring local and international artists, now calls Granbury home”. The gallery opened in an 80-year-old house transformed into five rooms of unique, original artworks called Your Private Collection Art Gallery. One great feature of the location was a New Orleans style courtyard garden, which was a great gathering spot for art events and wine tastings.

Stacey Watkins, co-owner and one of the featured artists, was the primary reason for opening the gallery. Stacey had invented a new medium using her knowledge of science along with resin, metals, fused glass and other materials to create works of glow-in-the-dark fantasy. The gallery was a way to introduce this unique art.

According to the other owner, Linda Watkins, “The gallery was a way to introduce Stacey’s unique art.  Your Private Collection was also founded on other principles—original art by awarded artists located within a 60 mile radius and displaying a large variety of mediums since art preference is different for each individual. This allows the gallery to work one-on-one with the artists to fill any needs a client might have.”

After one year, the gallery moved from one block off Granbury’s Historical Square to its current location at 106 N. Houston on the square.  The three room gallery now represents over 50 artists and has been stated as “a must see” by Southern Living Magazine.

What makes this gallery flourish at a time when many galleries are closing? It is Your Private Collection Art Gallery’s historical location in a top-destination, small town; its renown anchor artists including Soon Y Warren, Sharon Markwardt, Bob Cook, Stacey Watkins, Aaron Thane Tate and Randy Meador and frequent introduction of new artists and art. It is events, like monthly Last Saturday Gallery Nights, which combine art with fun and personal relationships between the artists, clients and guests.

The goal of the gallery is to continue helping clients to build and enjoy their own private collection. A visit to the gallery, its website, , or its Facebook page, shows the results of ten years of energetically supporting the arts.

Your Private Collection Art Gallery
106 N. Houston
Granbury, TX 76048

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Final Reception at the Uptown Downtown Art Gallery Jan. 7


Are you kidding me?
No I am not kidding!!!!! Last reception before the gallery closes its doors!
Final opportunity to buy original art in the Uptown Downtown Art Gallery, located at 301 N. San Jacinto, Rockwall, TX 75087.  Reception with wine and appetizers from 6 to 8 PM Saturday, January 7th, 2017.
Artists on exhibit:
  1. Betty Jean Hoaglund
  2. Geoffrey Houghton
  3. Ellen Evaden
  4. Julie Morgan
  5. Pamela Griffin
  6. Ken Slaughter
  7. Jill Farrer
  8. Donna R. Cole
  9. Veldany Creations
  10. Thom Loafman
  11. Richard Hoaglund
  Reception with wine and appetizers from 6 to 8 PM

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Dutch Art Gallery Celebrates 51 Years


Shop Small This Friday and/or Saturday


Serving Mimosas and Treats

Get your Custom Framing Orders in before the Holiday Rush, View Red Dot Mark Downs and Acquire Original works of art.


10233 E Northwest Hwy
Dallas, TX 75238

Gallery Hours Open:
TuesdayFriday 9:30am to 5:30pm
Saturday 9:30am to 5pm
Customer Service: (214) 348-7350

When you support the local economy, you support the local community.





1st Place Winner, Among the Sierra Nevada Mountains By Jerry Malzahn
2nd Place Winner, Barbados Pearl Tutu By Deb Miller
3rd Place Winner, Forest Edge Etude By Scott McManus
People’s Choice Winner, The Tempest Near By Steve Hahn

ART ENTRIES BY: Brigitte K. Able, Tony Arthur, Gwen Bell, Brenda Brannon,Hebe Brooks, Barbara Brush, Rhonda Scoggins Castillo, Ed Crumley, Yesiareg Desta, Laurieann Dygowski, Ramona Freeman, Steve Hahn, Mack Hays, Barbara A. Jones, Sheri Jones, Anabel Leigh, David Leister, Dr. Carvel Lincoln, Elizabeth Mahy, Jerry Malzahn, Ann McCann, Scott McManus, Deb Miller, Sara Miller, Aspen Sky Mosby, Angelica Ramirez, Lisa Adams Reed, Beverly Richmond, Vern Rollin III, Donna Wilson Page, Jacob T. Secrest, Bob Shepherd, Brenda Knight Styron,Ellie Taylor, Keith Williams, Kyle Wood and Kay Wyne

Dutch Art Gallery

10233 E. Northwest Hwy #420 Dallas, TX 75238

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Join the MADI before September 15th to Receive Extraordinary Benefits!


Join the MADI This Month!

The Geometric MADI is celebrating Membership Month by inviting friends to join the museum and receive additional benefits!

Become a member of The Museum of Geometric and MADI Art before September 15th and your renewal date will be December 31, 2017.  You’ll be supporting the only Geometric and MADI museum in the United States!

IN ADDITION to the additional months of membership and your regular level benefits, if you join before September 15th, you will receive:

  • Basic level $50   (a raffle ticket for an original piece of art)
  • Family $100    (a gift card to the delicious restaurant Ellen’s Southern Cuisine and the raffle ticket from above)
  • Sponsor  $250    (one entrance for our Annual Gala, valued at $90 and above)
  • Patron $500    (a bottle of Champagne Moet Chandon and above)
  • Benefactor $1000 (dinner for 2 at Salum restaurant and above)


Located in Uptown Dallas, the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art (the MADI) is the only museum dedicated to MADI art and the primary point of focus for the MADI movement in the United States.

Opening in 2003, the MADI has presented exhibitions of MADI art including MADI movement founder Carmelo Arden Quin, as well as works by contemporary artists working in geometric forms.

Find out more about the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art, or call (214) 855-7802.


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Art Tooth new Fort Worth Gallery – call for artists


Call for Artists! Now accepting portfolios…Art Tooth is excited to announce a call for artists for our 2016-2017 season!  Accepted artists will be guaranteed participation in a group or solo show, and a select few will be considered for representation!  Check out the details here. Deadline is July 31, 2016.

Art Tooth is a new artist-run hybrid gallery project operating in Fort Worth. We are partnering up with existing established gallery spaces and unique commercial spaces to highlight regional contemporary invigorating art. Our first show is during Fort Worth’s Fall Gallery Night in partnership with ART ROOM gallery. Visit

Please submit 10-20 images of existing work – images can be of details of existing work. Please also submit an Artist Statement, an Artist Bio, and CV. $35 fee.

For more info, follow Art Tooth on Facebook, or email

Call on FB link

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Artisan’s Studio-Gallery: Art for Sale & Art Instruction

ORIGINAL ART IS FOR SALE  by Pat Kochan and Naomi Brotherton
Mondays and Wednesdays or by appointment 
See paintings:

Since 1980, Artisan’s Studio-Gallery has played an active role in the art community. Artisan’s sells original paintings and prints, conducts art classes, and has served as a meeting place for various groups such as the Board of Directors of the Southwestern Watercolor Society, The Designer Guild, The Foundation Fighting Blindness, and Art Focus XC. Artisan’s is a member of the Farmers Branch Chamber of Commerce.

Artisan’s nationally known artists are:

Naomi Brotherton and Pat Kochan

Artisan’s Studio -Gallery
2825 Valley View Lane #301
Farmers Branch TX 75234
972814-2647 (C)
Majestic by Kochan

Majestic by Kochan

Late Night by Brotherton

Late Night by Brotherton

Clases & Workshops: artisanspring2016

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CADD Announces CADD FUNd Winner 2015


Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas
 Announce Winner for the 2015
CADD FUNd Competition

The 2015 CADD FUNd was awarded on October 18 to Rachel Rushing for her soon to be realized project- Sunset Art Studios: An Oak Cliff artist run studio and exhibition space.
Named for the former Sunset Streetcar Line, Sunset Art Studios will be a culturally invested art space. A group of local artists will develop their work while providing the surrounding community opportunities to directly engage in the process of art.


SUNSET ART STUDIOS – An Oak Cliff artist-run studio and exhibition space

The winnings of CADD FUNd ($4000) will provide some of the general operating expenses, including rent and utilities for one year, and supplies for community-activating projects that will bring members of the surrounding neighborhoods together to participate in our individual practices.

OPEN STUDIOS will be an accessible way for artists to share their work in an energetic format while giving the public access to the sometimes mysterious process of art-making. This setting will create an atmosphere of openness and cultural exchange that will welcome the public to directly engage with art.

STUDIO COLLABORATIONS will combine artists and invited guests to work together on projects – taking part in their studio practices. The focus of these interactions will be sharing ideas, backgrounds, and processes. Collaborations will result in the production of a monthly zine to share documentation of artist-community interactions.

ART HAUNT will be an immersive art experience to take place the month of October 2016. Art Haunt will be created by bringing historical artworks known for their surreal and unsettling qualities into three-dimensional form within the Studios. The 2016 Art Haunt will delve into all things subconscious and whimsical through the recreation of iconic works by Salvador Dalí.

Each of these projects highlights the goal of Sunset Studios, to create meaningful interactions between the public and passionate, approachable artists.

About the Winner

rachaelrushingCommunity-based experiences like the idea for Sunset Art Studios inform Rachel Rushing’s personal work – focusing on interconnectivity, photographic materiality, and non-traditional photographic installations. Working in video projection, photographic installation, and sculptural books, she is continually aware of the experience of looking as a connective thread between herself and the viewer. Her specific interest in installation work directly connects with the goals for Sunset Art Studios – to work with local artists to create open and encouraging public-art experiences.The impetus for Sunset Art Studios stems from her five years of experience with Oil and Cotton, an Oak Cliff art supply store, community art school, and hive for creative minds. Through Oil and Cotton she works with the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, creating monthly activities that integrate arts and sciences, and with the Latino Cultural Center, teaching photography and optics to local high school students.

Rachel Rushing was born in Natchitoches, Louisiana and attended Louisiana Tech University where she received a BFA in Photography, before moving to Dallas, TX where she received an MFA in Studio Art from the University of North Texas. She is currently an Instructor of Introductory and Intermediate Photography at Mountain View College. She is also the Arts Coordinator for Oak Cliff Earth Day, a member of alt8, a photography collective, and co-host and producer of the Art Funk podcast. She previously taught Advanced Photography at the University of North Texas.

Thank you to our CADD FUNd 2015 sponsors:

3015 at Trinity Groves, Amberjax, Arts+Culture Texas, BRIDGE BISTRO, Empire Baking Company, Judy Vetter, KESSLER, COLLINS PC, Luck, PATRON MAGAZINE, Pogo’s Wine & Spirits, Resto Gastro Bistro, SUGAR SKULL, and VINYARD FRAME.

For more information about CADD and this event visit

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Site 131 Art Gallery Grand Opening Dec. 19


Joan and Seth Davidow invite you:

Layering: Different Strokes

Lauren Muggeo
Art Peña
Marjorie Schwarz

Opening Saturday, Dec. 19, 2015 6-9 pm

Site 131
131 Payne Street, Dallas 75207
(in the Design District 2 blocks north of Calatrava Bridge, west of Riverfront)
Open Fridays and Saturdays from noon-5 pm, or by appointment.


For more information about the new gallery, see the news articles:

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Gingko Leaf Gallery in Marshall


Gingko Leaf Gallery is an eclectic mix of art created mostly by 42 artists living in east Texas and beyond. It’s not a traditional gallery, but an art marketplace with multiple mediums, styles, and genres represented. Paintings, stone sculpture, fiber arts, welded reclaimed metal, fused glass, painted floor cloths, basketry, lithographic prints, pottery, recycled wire jewelry, photography, steampunk, hand bound and hand stitched leather journals and more fill the 2500 sq.ft. historic Elks Lodge building downtown Marshall, TX. It’s a short daytrip from D/FW area, about one hour east of Tyler. Owner and artist Claudia Lowery will warmly welcome all visitors sharing that the artists she represents have work all over the world, in museums, private collections, homes, New York lofts, offices across America and beyond. She believes that there should always be original art available for anyone desiring to purchase art that speaks directly to their heart.
Marshall hosts the annual holiday celebration Wonderland of Lights only a block off the historic courthouse square where an ice skating rink, carousel, and Santa’s Workshop will provide families a memorable experience. Gingko Leaf Gallery will keep extended hours during the event that runs from November 25 through December 31.
Ginkgo Leaf Gallery is located at 212 N. Washington Avenue, Marshall TX 75670 Phone 903-471-5225

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Kittrell Riffkind Art Glass – Sale & Move

Yikes — it’s true!
We’ve lost our lease and will be moving again in late October.
Though we’re not looking forward to the move itself, we’re very excited about both of our new locations (yes, two of them!) and think you will be as well.
But first things first…. We don’t want to move all this stuff, so we’re having a BIG SALE.
Read on for more about the plans for our transition, the sale, the holidays, and moving forward.
See you soon,
Barbara, David & All Your Friends at Kittrell Riffkind
Kittrell Riffkind Art Glass
5100 Beltline Rd #510
Dallas, TX 75254

First Things First —The Big Sale
20% Off Everything*

Until We Move

Includes both Studio & Gallery

Shop early for the best selections…

*Does not include custom orders, layaways, classes, gift certificates, previous purchases or other offers.
Signature Bowl by David Thai

How Will This Work?
Timing & Whatnot….
LAndscape Series, Red Rose with Sunflowers by Shawn Messenger
So this is the plan…
The last week of October we will move to our new digs. (Didn’t we just do this last year?!)  The studio is moving to a new workshop/retail space in Richardson.  The gallery will be moving close by our current location in North Dallas.  (Yes, we’re splitting up — but we’re not breaking up!)
We plan to complete both moves quickly and be back open by the 1st of November.  Classes and production will resume in the new studio space and we’ll be all geared up for the holidays in the new gallery.
If you need something from us during the week of the move, do give us a call and we’ll do our best to get you what you need.

Where Are We Going?
And The New Gallery Will Be…
The Gallery will be moving in with our long time friends at Southwest Gallery, located just a hop skip and a jump away in North Dallas near Inwood & Spring Valley.
Located in the North Dallas Design District, Southwest Gallery is one of Dallas’ oldest and largest art galleries, offering Contemporary, Western, Impressionist, Traditional & Southwest art as well as sculpture, bronzes and antiques.
Bob Malenfant and his staff are remodeling a portion of their 16,000 square foot facility to make us a fabulous new 2,300 square foot art glass gallery space.
We plan to complete our move in one week and will be up and running in the new gallery by the 1st of November.
Lot’s of ornaments and other goodies are on their way to arrive in plenty of time for your holiday gift buying!
After the move our new gallery hours will be Tuesday – Saturday 9 – 6, Sundays 1 – 5.  We will be closed on Mondays.
The new gallery address will be…
Kittrell Riffkind Art Glass
at Southwest Gallery
4500 Sigma Rd (at Welch)
Dallas, TX 75244
We look forward to seeing you there!
SWG Web Map jpg

And the Studio Will Be…
Our New Address
The Studio is moving to Collin Court, a strip shopping center in Richardson, at the corner of Plano Rd and Collins. Our new 3000 sqft studio space is around on the Collins side of the property in suite #400 — and has abundant parking (yea!)
As with the gallery, we plan to complete our move in one week and will be up and running in the new studio by the 1st of November.
After the move our new studio hours will be 10 – 6 Tuesday – Saturday.  We will be closed Sunday and Monday.
The new Studio address will be…
Kittrell Riffkind Art Glass
1600 N Plano Rd #400
Richardson, TX 75081
Tue – Sat 10 – 6, Closed Sun & Mon
Studio Map

–from the Sept. 2015 newsletter

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Little Black Dress Fundraiser for Tyler Museum of Art


The Tyler Museum of Art is supported by its Members, Tyler Junior College and the City of Tyler.

The Tyler Museum of Art is a participating member of NARM – North American Reciprocal Museum Program. With NARM, a Tyler Museum of Art membership will grant you member status to more than 700 participating institutions.

For more information on becoming a Member, please visit or call (903) 595-1001 today!

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New Fund for Acquiring Art Created by Women at the Nasher

Work by Phyllida Barlow

Work by Phyllida Barlow

Nasher Sculpture Center Announces Gift from The Kaleta A. Doolin Foundation Establishing New Acquisitions Fund for Art Created by Women


Fund will provide initial $750,000 to the Nasher Sculpture Center for purchasing work by women artists; important work by Phyllida Barlow to be first acquisition

DALLAS, Texas (August 10, 2015) – Nasher Sculpture Center announces the formation of a new fund for the acquisition of work by women artists: the Kaleta A. Doolin Acquisitions Fund for Women Artists. Established with the generous seed gift from the foundation named for author, artist, and arts patron Kaleta A. Doolin, the fund will provide an initial $750,000 toward the purchasing of work by women artists, helping substantially grow both the Nasher Sculpture Center’s collection of work by women artists and, with a keen focus on living artists, its contemporary art holdings.

“It is the Nasher Sculpture Center’s great fortune to be granted this generous acquisitions gift, and we could not be more grateful to Ms. Doolin or excited about the possibilities this gift affords,” says Director Jeremy Strick. “To be able to expand and enrich the Collection’s holdings of work made by women artists is of paramount importance, helping round out the permanent collection and highlight the tremendous contributions that women have made, and continue to make, to sculpture.”

The first work to be purchased with the fund will be by the British artist Phyllida Barlow, whose exhibition ‘tryst’ opened at the Nasher in May and runs until August 30, 2015. The acquired work, called untitled:hangingmonument2015, features a large, wrapped, tubular form that hangs horizontally from a tall steel structure.  Held aloft by a black rigging strap, the long, heavy column is rendered weightless. For Barlow, the horizontal form in the piece stems from an experience in Texas in 2003 during an artist residency with University of Texas at Dallas when she and her husband, on a drive through the oil fields, witnessed an enormous, amorphous form being extracted from the ground, dripping with oil and muck. Like the other works featured in ‘tryst,’ Barlow made untitled:hangingmonument2015 specifically for the exhibition at the Nasher.

“To begin with the purchase of a work by Phyllida Barlow—an artist at the height of her career, of great influence to younger generations of artists, and with deep ties to the Nasher—is very meaningful for the museum,” continues Mr. Strick. “We look forward to other such tremendous additions to the Nasher Collection that can now be made thanks to this focused and important fund.”

Works acquired through the Kaleta A. Doolin Acquisitions Fund for Women Artists will augment the Nasher Collection’s important sculptures by women artists, including Magdalena Abakanowicz, Nancy Grossman, Barbara Hepworth, and Beverly Pepper.

To learn more about the Kaleta A. Doolin Acquisitions Fund for Women Artists, and for information on how to make a charitable contribution to it, please contact Martha Hess, Director of Development, at +1 214.242.5153 or


About Phyllida Barlow

Phyllida Barlow was born in 1944 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. She lives and works in London. In the late 1960s, Barlow began teaching at the Slade School of Fine Art as Professor of Fine Art. In 2009, she retired from teaching in order to focus on her own work. In 2011 Barlow was selected a Royal Academician.

Barlow’s recent solo exhibitions include, ‘set’, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland; ‘dock’, her Tate Duveen Comission, London (2014), ‘Phyllida Barlow. Fifty Years of Drawing’, Hauser & Wirth London, ‘HOARD’, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach FL; ‘Scree’, Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines IA (2013); ‘… later’, Hauser & Wirth New York NY (2012); ‘Phyllida Barlow: siege’,New Museum, New York NY (2012); ‘BRINK’, Ludwig Forum, Aachen, Germany (2012); ‘Phyllida Barlow: Bad Copies’, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, England (2012); ‘RIG’, Hauser & Wirth London, Piccadilly (2011); ‘Cast’, Kunstverein Nu¨rnberg, Nuremberg, Germany (2011); ‘STREET’, BAWAG Contemporary, Vienna, Austria (2010); and in 2010, she was in the critically acclaimed two-person show at the Serpentine Gallery, London, England with Nairy Baghramian. Recent group shows include ‘Carnegie International 2013′, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh PA (2013); La Biennale di Venezia,’55th International Art Exhibition: The Encyclopedic Palace’, Venice, Italy (2013); ‘The Best of Times, The Worst of Times – Rebirth and Apocalypse in Contemporary Art’, The First International Kiev Biennale, Kiev, Ukraine (2012); ‘Sculptural Acts’, Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany (2011); ‘Displaced Fractures’, Migros Museum fu¨r Gegenwartskunst, Zurich, Switzerland (2010).

In 2012, Barlow received the Aachen Art Prize and ‘Award for the Most Significant Contribution to the Development of Contemporary Art’ at The First International Kiev Biennale, Kiev, Ukraine. Barlow also sits on the Nasher Prize jury.

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Circuit12 Grand Opening of PRIMER, new gallery space and store


Circuit12 Contemporary is pleased to announce the GRAND OPENING of our new gallery space and design concept store, PRIMER. Sat., July 18 6-10 pm. 1811 E. Levee St., Dallas TX 75207

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The new space launches with a group show of friends that we have shown in the past alongside a few new artists that will be part of our continued program.

Our inaugural group show

Featuring New Works By:
Andrew Schoultz, Gary Petersen, Bubi Canal, James Collins, Jeff Gibbons & Gregory Ruppe, Kris Pierce, Lucas Martell, Arthur Peña, Dave Kinsey, Francesco Lo Castro, POSE, Cecelia Salama, Christian Berman, Brian Willmont & Sebastien Klett

For more information or to preview works please email us or see our websites:

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Pomegranate Underground call for artists


Pomegranate Underground is opening a new gallery in Lewisville this June and we need more artists! Looking for anything unique and not so cliche of everything thats in all the other galleries! Anything handcrafted- sculptures, jewelry, music, clothing, paintings, weird thingy stuffs – just make sure that its something freakin sweet. Address: 418 N. Stemmons Frwy in Lewisville.
E-mail us for more info –
or message us on Facebook –

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The Public Trust Grand Opening in the Design District

Desiree Espada and Kasumi Chow, Pony. Archival ink jet print. 36x36 in. Ed. of 5 with 1 AP and 1 MP.

Desiree Espada and Kasumi Chow, Pony. Archival ink jet print. 36×36 in. Ed. of 5 with 1 AP and 1 MP.

We are pleased to announce our inaugural exhibition, Public Service Announcement, at our NEW LOCATION IN THE DESIGN DISTRICT!

2271 Monitor St. Dallas TX 75207 • 214.282.4866


This exhibition will include work from William Binnie, Arthur Peña, Brent Ozaeta, Favio Moreno, Misty Keasler, Mylan Nguyen, Taro-Kun and the collaborative work of Desiree Espada and Kasumi Chow among others.

The opening will take place from 6-9 PM, and will be happening concurrently with Letitia Huckaby’s solo exhibition at Liliana Bloch Gallery in the same building.


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Grand Opening of Uptown Downtown Gallery in Rockwall April 18





Reception with wine and other refreshments.

6-9 p.m. on Saturday, April 18

301 N. San Jacinto St. in Rockwall

Phone: 214-304-6002


News announcement:

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D Mag: Guide to the Design District

D Magazine has published a wonderful guide showing where to shop, eat and play in the Dallas Design District. The district has been reborn as a entertainment destination in Dallas. A spotlight of the galleries is included, with a feature article on the  Sun to Moon Gallery.

The Insider’s Guide to the Dallas Design District




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Our New Location

15402 Suite B

Addison Rd.

Addison,Texas 75001

(Next To The Famous Events Park)

We will re-open on Nov 14,2014 Instead Of Nov 7,2014 due to a delay in permit from the City of Addison.

We appreciate your patient and understanding

 You are more than welcome to shop with us online For Our Jewelry Designs For Our Art Designs

The most important thing is to enjoy our life & to be happy – it’s all that matters

Love & Joy,

Yael VanGruber

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Gallery 550 Grand Opening Nov 20


Gallery 550 Grand Opening November 20th in Addison, TX

Gallery 550 is the only gallery space in Addison, Texas and Globe Runner is the only Digital Agency to double as an art gallery.  An exhibition and reception will be held twice a year in the Spring and the Fall.

Our first reception will feature contemporary painter Winter Rusiloski. Winter is represented by Cohn Drennan Gallery in Dallas and Artspace 111 in Fort Worth.  She is an Associate Professor of Art at Tarrant County College Northwest Campus.

“Traverse” by Winter Rusiloski

“Traverse” by Winter Rusiloski

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Mod.artists Gallery & more modern art openings


mod.artists gallery


located in the Dallas Design District
modartists gallery
2514 Converse
Dallas TX 75207
gallery hours: Monday – Saturday 10am – 5pm
for more information contact

september 27 // 7-10pm
thru october 03
Central Arizona College
Visual Arts Gallery




                  Hallelujah 1 – Acrylic On Canvas  36″x36″










                           Juggling Act 36 x 30  oil on canvas

















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New Art Gallery in Bishop Arts: The Misfit Gallery

Framed Shell

Our doors are currently open to the public @ 443 W Davis, Dallas 75208 in the #BishopArtsDistrict. Call for private viewings of works displayed. We ask anyone interested in contributing time or donations go to the “what we do page” and link to our fund raising site. We look forward to having you come and check out some local artists!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Email: The Misfit #214.501.8189 or #323.481.6602,

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Nasher Xchange press-worthy


The Nasher Sculpture Center presented Nasher XChange in 2013 and 2014, a dynamic public art exhibition consisting of 10 newly–commissioned public sculptures by contemporary artists at 10 sites throughout the city of Dallas. This project was supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, Art Works, and a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts.

Summary of the program:

Culture Map Dallas has chronicled the national recognition awarded to the Nasher XChange program publicity

For other press recognition of Nasher exhibits, see


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Kittrell Riffkind Grand Reopening July 12


Kittrell Riffkind Art Glass
5100 Beltline Rd #820
Dallas, TX 75254

Mondays thru Saturdays 10 – 6

Grand Re-Opening Celebration
Join Us! 

After over 19 years in the Village on the Parkway we have moved to our beautiful new facility in Suite #510.  We hope you will join us for our Grand Re-Opening Celebration, Saturday, July 12th, from 10 – 6.

Nearly 50 artists have sent us special works to mark the opening of the new gallery.  We’ve had a photo shoot and some of the pieces are up on our website but others were received late and we don’t have web ready images yet to post — you’ll just have to see them in the gallery…

Several of the artists will be with us during the day this next Saturday to join in the festivities.

This special exhibit will continue through August 9th.

The Studio
Back To Business…

The Studio is back up & running and it’s lookin’ good.

We have metals (lead, zinc, solder, etc.), tools, glass and all sorts of goodies on their way to to us to re-stock our shelves for those summertime projects.

Check our website for an updated list of classes & workshops…  and more to come!

Now Where Are We Exactly?
And How Do Ya Get There….    
We’re not far away at all — it’s only 266 steps from door to door.  And yes… Sandra walked it and counted!  We’re still in the same parking lot, only our suite number will change…. to #510.

We are across from the new AMC Theater (opening in the Fall) next to a Plucker’s Wing Bar and a HopDoddys Burger Bar (opening in a few weeks…).  There will be a Yard House Restaurant back here with us also,as well as an RA Sushi Bar.

From the gallery entrance at our old space (#820), go towards Tutti Frutti, then turn left at the stop sign by the fountain.  Go to the end of the building and turn right bySebastians Closet.  Proceed south to the corner byPluckers, then turn right.  We are around the corner just past Pluckers patio on the right across from the new theater construction.  Look for the turquoise awning!

There is parking out front and around both sides by the restaurants.  Also, a huge parking garage…


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House of Alba coming to the Meadows Museum


Meadows Museum to Present First Major Exhibition in the U.S. of Masterworks from the House of Alba Collection,

Among Most Significant Private Collections in Europe

Exhibition will feature more than 100 works by artists such as Goya, Renoir, and Rubens As well  as objects and documents spanning 500 years of history Exhibition is part Meadows Museum’s 50th anniversary

Dallas, TX (Southern Methodist University), June 27, 2014 – The Meadows Museum at Southern Methodist University will present the first major exhibition in the U.S. of works from the House of Alba collection, one of the oldest and most significant private art collections in Europe. Treasures from the House of Alba: 500 Years of Art and Collecting will feature more than 100 European works—from paintings by Goya and Rubens to 16th-century tapestries by Willem de Pannemaker and 19th-century furniture created for Napoleon III—most of which have never been on public display or seen outside of Spain, as well as illuminated manuscripts, books, historic documents, miniatures, antiquities, prints, sculpture, drawings, and other objects. Curated by Dr. Fernando Checa Cremades, former director of the Museo Nacional del Prado in Madrid, Treasures from the House of Alba will be on view at the Meadows from April 18 through August 16, 2015, and will serve as the cornerstone to the Museum’s 50th anniversary celebration, which will continue throughout 2015.

For more information, see the press release:


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Grand Opening of Liz London’s Art Gallery



Starry Night Art Studios GRAND OPENING

Sat., June 21, 2014 6-10pm

133331 N. Preston Rd., S. 2220

inside Valley View Mall – Gallery at Midtown & Artist Studios

Dallas TX 75042


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UTD Art Barn: Arms Around


Arms Around the Art Barn: The Opening Reception for saving the UTD Art Barn will be June 6 at 7:30pm. Hosted by the UTD Art Barn Fan Club

Featuring the band Totally Butchered and an interactive installation within the gallery that will walk through our past, present and engage in the future of our beloved Art Barn. #armsaroundthebarn #savetheartbarn

Save the UTD Art Barn! You can read about the gallery’s tribulations and future here:

ANOTHER Art Barn to be Scrapped? (Glasstire)

Is the landmark UT Dallas ‘Art Barn’ doomed? (Dallas Morning News Arts Blog)





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Kittrell/Riffkind Gallery Move & Sale

Kittrell/Riffkind Art Glass is moving to a spiffy new space just around the corner from our current location in mid June.   Not far away at all — it’s only 266 stepsfrom door to door.
And yes… Sandra walked it and counted!  Still in the same parking lot, only our suite number will change…. to #510.

Our new digs will be across from a fancy new AMC Theater  next to a Plucker’s Wing Bar and a HopDoddy Burger Bar.  There will be a Yard House Restaurant and and RA Sushi Bar Restaurant back there with us as well….

Very exciting!  They are taping & bedding today, electrical and HVAC are nearly done, and things are moving right along….

We will be moving 3rd week of June…  After the move we’ll quickly get situated in the new space, start back up with classes and have a Grand Re-Opening Celebration, in early July. For updates, visit our website, our FaceBook page or give us a call — our phone number (972-239-7957) is staying the same. Stay tuned….
Kittrell Riffkind Art Glass
5100 Beltline Rd #820
Dallas, TX 75254

Mondays thru Saturdays 10 – 6

Studio Sale 
We Seriously Do Not Want To Move All This Stock!
20% OFF of all glass and supplies in the Studio.  Limited to supplies on hand.  May not be combined with any other offers.
Also, be sure to check out our special sale areas for even deeper discounts on selected items.  Our staff can show you where they are…
Hurry in for the best selection.

Gallery Sale
Help Us Lighten Our Load…
As we get ready for the big move we have marked some things down to sell instead of relocate.
They include those “last of its’ kind”, “been here too long”, “can’t get any more”, “not going to carry those any more”, “won’t have room for it in the new space”, “lost contact with that artist”, and maybe some “not quite perfect” treasures.
Look for the BLUE DOTSfor a savings of 25% OFFthe marked prices.
Check it out.  


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FWCAC: May Exhibits in the Arts Center

fwcacenterFort Worth Community Arts Center 

1300 Gendy Street | Fort Worth | TX | 76107

Hours: M-SAT 9AM – 5PM

FWCAC Opens new Satellite ART7 Gallery in 7th Street Area

Premiere Show Features The Fort Worth Art Collective
The local development W7th has collaborated with the Arts Council of Fort Worth to create a gallery space in the complex bordered by W7th and University. The Fort Worth Community Arts Center, a program of the Arts Council, will curate art into the space, including its premiere show from the Fort Worth Art Collective in the gallery through May 31.
The current address is 2956 Crockett, across from Terra, but the space will be a floating gallery, depending on available space in the complex. ART7 also will be used for classes, art happenings, music, readings,  mini-performances and other arts-related events.
Hours will be 4 – 8pm on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and 1 – 8pm on Saturday, with other hours to be announced.

The Fort Worth Art Collective is a group of local artists that exhibit a few times a year in alternative or temporary venues. These casual spaces give a fresh, innovative opportunity for the viewer to enjoy a variety of contemporary artworks. The current FW Art Collective show opened on Saturday, May 3 in the new ART7 Gallery and will be there until May 30. WEBSITE



In the Galleries
Receptions for the Artists: 
Friday, May 9, 6:00 – 9:00 pm

In the Galleries

TAC Featured Artist

May 9 – June 28

Possibilities by Cynthia Medanich
Medanich uses the butterfly as a symbol of the transformations in her life. MORE


May 9 – June 21

Focus Gallery One

élan by Tamara Robertson

Tamara Robertson reveals the beauty of commonplace objects by placing them in a context to be experienced aesthetically anew.  She thrives on the influence of her surroundings, thus many of her materials come from her sojourns across Texas and her local environment on the shores of Lake Nacogdoches.  Her work is fueled by contrasts – rusted and shiny, light and heavy, delicate and rugged.  MORE


Focus Gallery Two

Gathering by Skyler McGee 

Inspired by an Iranian insect that builds its nest from surrounding flower petals, McGee recreates a visual exploration of building a home. She chronicles the delicate beauty, the uncertainty, and the tensions discovered in the processes of creating refuge. As a gathering can be both a collection of resources as well as a communal event, this work catalogs how the construction of a home draws from both the relationship to the natural world and the relationships created with one another.


In the Galleries
May 9 – 30

Celebration of the Unconscious by Philip Bechtel

The paintings of Philip Bechtel represent an effort to dialogue with and give physical dimension to Bechtel’s unconscious. MORE


Night Shift

A display of works from an oil painting class made up of a group of adults who are professionals by day but transform into right-brain expressives by night. MORE

Cultivating Conversations by Lori Phillips

Lori Phillips’ work sprouts from forms and texture found in the natural world, and uses their unique textures and forms to create an ambiguous anatomy of her own invention. MORE


Swallowed Whole by Rachel Fischer

Rachel Fischer explores concepts of the breakdown of objectivity and materiality by starting with a physical sculpture and then reinterpreting it through camera and paint. MORE


FW15 groups together fifteen creative and passionate female visual artists in Fort Worth to showcase their art. MORE



The dozen members of Professional Artists In North Texas are known for their plein air landscape paintings, but they also are skilled in still life and figurative works. MORE


Organic Abstractions

Two painters explore the abstract in these new works. MORE


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Zhulong Gallery on Dragon Street


Zhulong Gallery Brings New Light and New Media to Dallas’ Art Scene

Newest staple on Dragon Street aims to introduce New Media to Dallas art enthusiasts

The gallery opened in April with their inaugural exhibition, SatelliteOpen until May 10th, 2014, the exhibition features eleven artists who frame the space as a hub for receiving and transmitting ideas. Upcoming exhibitions include solo exhibitions by Alexandra Gorczynski, Jeremy Couillard, and James Geurts.

[Dallas, TX – May 2nd,  2014] – Located on Dragon Street in the Dallas Design District, Zhulong Gallery is a groundbreaking contemporary art space dedicated to New Media. Providing noteworthy contemporary artists with an innovative, technology-driven space for display, exhibitions will showcase work created from or focusing on new and emerging technologies.  With this Zhulong Gallery looks forward to showcasing a diverse variety of works ranging from video and film installations as well as sculptures and paintings.

Zhulong Gallery (pronounced chú-long) takes its namesake from a mythical Chinese deity, which translates to “torch dragon.” The legendary creature controlled the shift from day to night with a blink of its eye and seasons with the rhythm of its breath. The gallery embraces this myth for its poetic understanding of earthly phenomena and seeks to shed light on New Media art, serving as a link between art and technology.  Additionally, the renovated gallery space embodies the mythical creature, its full glass façade breathing light onto Dragon Street while the interior stretches back, mimicking the serpentine body.

Director Aja Martin defined the gallery’s purpose as: “showcasing contemporary artists who acknowledge the prevalence of technology in our everyday lives.  Our vision is to propel the continued development and discussion about the medium and become a leading institution for New Media,” explains Martin. “We hope to become a cultural institution with strong ties to Dallas arts and promote collaboration.”

Aja Martin – Gallery Director

Martin brings a variety of curatorial experience to the gallery as she has previously worked for the Nasher Sculpture Center, The Dallas Museum of Art, the Blaffer Contemporary in Houston, Texas and Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. She has also consulted with non-profits, including the Aurora Project, La Reunion TX, and the Meadows Forum for Art and Urban Engagement. Martin has also been published in print and online publications. Her research, presented both locally and nationally, focuses on Modern and Contemporary art and specializes in acculturated spaces, site-specific art and the fluidity of art and design. Martin earned her Master’s degree in Art History from Southern Methodist University in 2011. As an active member of the arts profession for more than a decade, she serves as vice president of the Texas Chapter of Women’s Caucus of Art. Her cultivated understanding of the complex relationship between technology and art, new media and design practices, and her knowledge, gained through work with major art institutions, writing, and research, make her the right visionary for Zhulong Gallery.

Katherine Siegwarth – Assitant Director

Rounding out the gallery team is Katherine Siegwarth, assistant director. Siegwarth earned a Masters of Art from the University of Arizona, focusing on contemporary photography while also earning a Certificate in Museum Studies. Siegwarth previously worked for the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art as well as the Center for Creative Photography in Tuscon, Arizona. Making the move to North Texas, Siegwarth recently served as the Luce Curatorial Fellow at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, where she curated several exhibitions, including Big Pictures. Now, Siegwarth works alongside Martin to help seek and create a diverse range of exhibitions and related programming at Zhulong Gallery.

More details on upcoming exhibitions to come, but to learn more about the gallery, please visit



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Deep Forest Gallery Grand Opening “Driven by Nature”


Deep Forest Gallery & design studio
Grand Opening May 10, 2014 Time: 4-9pm
Location: 404 Southwestern Blvd

Coppell, Texas 75019

“Driven by Nature” May 10- June 15, 2014
Larry Leone was heavily influenced by Asian art forms as a child while living in Okinawa, Japan. He pursued an education and mastery study of twelve years under renowned and established Bonsai Master Masaru Ishii (of Japan). His creations are completely unique because he combines the art of bonsai, with his strong knowledge of landscape design, rock sculpture, with his proficient mastery of water feature design and execution to create art that is truly ‘Driven by Nature’. Actively designing and producing innovative and in demand works of art in multi-medium materials.
The grand opening consists of over ten artists:
Stewart Alonzo, LeAnne Boyce, Katherine Boyce, Lisa Cardenas, Diana Chase, Dianne Flynn, Antoaneta Hillman,Lillian Love Kennedy, Larry Leone, Rick McCoy, and Lori Snyder.

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Grand Opening of Carolyn Collins Gallery

Please join me in the grand opening of Carolyn Collins (a fine art gallery that pays it forward. @carolyncollins

Valley View Center at Dallas Midtown, Suite 2008, 13331 Preston Rd., Dallas TX 75240

Enjoy coffee, wine and lite bites while you shop for a cause! Details about this charitable event are in the poster above. Feel free to share and invite your friends!

Peace, smiles & Light!

“Our passion is the roadmap we were given to make the biggest difference we can in this world.”  ~Carolyn Collins

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