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Grackle Art Gallery Seachange. Group show curated by Mike Moffatt. Works by Donnie Williams, Sarah Ayala, John Worley, Hannah Taylor, Carlos Donjuan, Natalie Price, and Mike Moffatt. Sat Oct 5th, 7-11 pm. 4621 El Campo Ave, FW. Free. 817-615-0681.
1. Donnie Williams is a photographer living and working in Fort Worth, TX. Through a variety of analog cameras and processes, he pursues the natural habit of his surroundings persistently. He is a visual historian of the place here and now.” – Raul Rodriguez
2. Sarah Ayala lives and creates in Fort Worth’s cultural district where she was raised. She specializes in mandala patterns, pin stripping, and hand lettering. Sarah takes inspiration from world religions & philosophies and her Latinx culture. She is also a winner of the Amon Carter Community Artist 2019-203. John Worley is a painter, teacher, muralist, a Texas Tech grad who works and lives in the Fort Worth area. His work consists of glitch oil paintings inspired from pixel/ data mash ups along with portraiture style he has alone to himself.4. Hannah Taylor is a studio artist based in Fort Worth TX,with roots in traditional printmaking practices. She earned her BFA in Studio Arts from UNT in 2015. Her work explores the topic of interpersonal relationships, personal growth and the organic process.5. Carlos Donjuan UTA teacher, Photographer, designer, founder of the art group Sour Grapes out of Oak Cliff.6. Natalie Price – aka Flesh Pinata , is a self taught artist from Fort Worth, TX. Her work consists of watercolor portraits often with a colorful palette to contrast and soothe the viewer from the unsettling faces starring back at them.7. Mike Moffatt- Self taught Fort Worth painter, began with and then branched off from the old F6 gallery, started the art collective Art-Hunger in 2014 with Nick Kirk and John Worley. Now mainly working with watercolors, he paints realistic portraits and surreal collages within panel silhouettes.