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

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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  reach_scotttucker@yahoo.com

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More detail about the exhibit and new gallery in Kendall Morgan’s article http://dallas.culturemap.com/news/arts/06-01-17-best-gallery-exhibits

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Open Space Opening Reception May 20

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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 | openspacedallas@gmail.com

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Cameron Smith steps into new role as gallery owner/artist

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Cameron Smith, a Polymath of Arts and Culture, Announces Opening of Bishop Arts Modern Gallery

 

Gallery owner/artist embraces past to create new future.                                         

The Art of a Modern Mad Man.

DALLAS – January 23, 2017 – Cameron Smith, the venerable advertising executive and personality in Dallas’s cultural scene, embarks on a new journey with the opening of Bishop Arts Modern, a mixed-media studio and gallery featuring his own work and the talent of guest artists in the realms of music, art and fashion. His exhibit, Life in Black & White, the first of his own deeply personal four-part series entitled ARTX4, will debut with an opening reception on Saturday, April 1st from 5:00 to 8:00 PM. The event, featuring a surprise musical guest from his Grammy laden Bishop Arts Theater Center Jazz Series, is open to the public. Bishop Arts Modern is located at 518 W Davis Street, Dallas, TX 75208.

CameronSmith Smith, very much a Renaissance man, has been involved in the art world – from music and architecture to fine art and fashion —since his early days in Edmonton, Alberta. He’s beloved as a former radio and television personality as the morning host on 107.5 The Oasis and as host and Executive Producer of Smooth Jazz TV. Viewed in more than 20 countries over 13 seasons, Smith worked with the greatest names in jazz, including Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Al Jarreau and George Benson. He’s a sought after curator of superstar talent for global concert clients including  Warren Hill’s CanCun  Jazz Festival, the Bishop Arts Theater Center Jazz Series, and the Java Jazz Festival in Jakarta, Indonesia.  Musicians including Grammy winners Chris Botti, David Foster, Sting, David Sanborn and dozens more have accompanied Cameron to perform for his clients worldwide. “Cameron is one of the most trusted artistic visionaries on the planet” says Chris Botti.  As the stage host for massive music-centric events his musician friends have come to trust his sage wisdom and undeniable flair including the Dave Koz Cruise with this year’s ports of call in Venice, Croatia, Montenegro and Santorini with more than 50 Jazz stars on board. All the while Smith revels in his role as a “modern mad man” as a veteran advertising executive at CBS radio in Dallas with A list clients that include the Dallas Cowboys, Subway, Fans United and AT&T.

His uber fashion sense has made him a tastemaker in fashion circles, impeccably assembling his wardrobe from a wide array of must-have purveyors including Stanley Korshak, Forty Five Ten, Traffic Los Angeles and vintage stores, and is a regular at David Glazer’s award winning design showroom in New York City where he has long been a close friend and fashion muse to its legendary founder. A 22-year resident of Oak Cliff, Smith is envied for his Bauhaus art deco home in East Kessler Park which served as the 1936 Texas State Fair All Electric Home of the Future.”

Cameron is finally revealing his work as a truly modern artist, embracing his past experiences and inspirations to create a new visual vernacular. Now, photography, sculptures, oil paintings, minimalist lamps, and other artistic mediums are under his creative vision, honed talent, and skilled management as artist and owner of Bishop Arts Modern.

My life after television had always been about advocacy, management and counsel of truly great musicians, while my own art was subordinate to my loyalty and compassion for my clients” Smith explained. So several years ago I made a conscious decision to manifest my own art. I stopped managing artists completely and just started managing myself. I found the perfect studio space just a few blocks from my East Kessler home at the Bishop Arts Co-op on Davis and got really serious about applying the core principles of Jazz to my own visual disciplines. Mastery of technique was a given, then I focused on improvisation and experimentation above all else and the willingness to be totally vulnerable artistically. I was terrified but completely liberated at the same time. I didn’t show any of my work to anyone for more than a year and finally committed to get out on the skinny branches and let some people into my creative space and experience my art. It’s the best decision I ever made.” 

His first exhibit, Life in Black & White, is a Franz Kline-inspired collection featuring large format black and white photography and a series of monochromatic minimalist paintings with Indian ink on archival watercolor paper. The exhibit will be on display from April 1 through April 23.

 

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 Cameron Smith, Birdman of Alcatraz, Indian Ink on watercolor paper, 18×24, $400

  

Upcoming Exhibits:

Saturday, April 1            Life in Black & White/ Ink on paper and large format photography  

Saturday, June 10           Organica/A collection of organic sculpture

Saturday, Aug. 26           Luminesce/ Indoor- Outdoor minimalist modern lamps

Saturday, Nov. 4              Kind of Blue/A collection of jazz-inspired contemporary impressionist

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About Bishop Arts Modern

Bishop Arts Modern, featuring the work of artist and gallery owner Cameron Smith and additional artists, is located at 518 W Davis Street, Dallas, TX 75208 inside the Bishop Arts Coop. Hours are noon to 5pm on Saturdays only. Appointments are recommended at 214.773.3482. For more information, visit www.BAModern.com or www.Facebook.com/BAModern

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Haltom City’s Art in the City and Gallery Opening Sept. 10

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On September 10th, Art in the City of Haltom City will celebrate the night of Sept. 10th with the opening of our permanent gallery for our local artists. This event will be held at 3201 Friendly Lane from 1pm to 7pm. We will have local artists showing media of oil, acrylics, other mixed media, pottery, wood turning and gourds carving. The reception will be at 5pm to 7pm.
Artists:

BENNIE WOOD, Watercolorist.
BRENDA STOLWYK Acrylics, Pencil.
DORIS MOBLEY, Mixed media.
PAM OLDHAM, Watercolorist.
CAROL CALLERY,Watercolorist
PATRICIA JASPER,Water colorist.
WAVAH FORE, Watercolorist
WAYNE CLOWER, Wood Turner
ALAN SEIBENTHALL, Wood Turner
CAROL VAN NESS, Mixed medias
MICHELLE JOHNSON, Potter
SHEILA CAHILL, Oils and Gourds.

Plus a collection of the senior citizens works will be on display.

For more information contact Bennie J Woods at 817-838-2409 or Patty Jasper 817-716-9360.

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Brad Jensen Art Gallery Opening Dec. 11

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This award-winning, self-taught artist uses mixed media and pop culture to create and express himself in his paintings.  Jensen’s art is equally respected by persons from every walk of life.  And the walk of life is part of what makes Brad such a wonderful artist.  From musicians and celebrities to private and corporate commission work from across the nation.

1545 N Main St
Fort Worth, Texas
(817) 366-9916

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Elliott Erwitt Photography Exhibit opens Sept. 12 at PNDB

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USA. New York City. 1974.

PDNB Gallery is proud to announce its first solo show for one of the great masters of photography from the 20th Century, Elliott ErwittThis exhibition will include many of Erwitt’s most recognized images, including the reflection of the kissing couple in the car’s rearview mirror; a shot of a Chihuahua, Great Dane and woman’s boots taken from a dog’s point of view, and a candid image of Marilyn Monroe on the movie set of The Misfits.  Exhibition will be on view from September 12 to November 14, 2015 with an opening reception, Saturday, September 12th from 5-8pm.

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PDNB Gallery pdnbgallery.com/

1202 Dragon St #103, Dallas, TX 75207
(214) 969-1852

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Plano Art Association Announces It’s New Gallery Location!

PLANO ART ASSOCIATION, at the mature age of 46, has a new location. Join us at :

Plano Art Association Gallery

1013 15th Place #105, Plano, TX 75074

 

May 28th 2013! 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

You are invited to bring a piece of your work and be prepared to share (5min) why you are passionate about art! Enjoy music and refreshments! Mix, mingle, and have a good time getting to know your fellow artists!

This new home would not be possible without the work of all the men and women you have seen at exhibits and demos, classes and workshops both past and present. And your participation in this great organization.

We want to thank Allison Jardine, Katrine Kyhnel, Nuray Fuller, Andrea Davis, Ruth Siddiq, Brandi Cooper, Beverly Therault, Barb Mason, Talley Williams, Gaby Pruitt and countless others that I cannot name, for their tireless effort in keeping the PAA afloat during turbulent times. We thank our new board for working together in obtaining this new space. We will continue to have great workshops and demos that you have always enjoyed. We will hold all our traditional shows like the phenomenal 125 show! our most endearing Members Show that allows all artists to participate, the newly included and my favorite the MULTICULTURAL EXHIBIT that celebrates Plano’s Multicultural, Multifaceted face! We plan to follow the intention of the founding members: to foster an environment where the arts are encouraged and celebrated and Plano is represented as the City of Excellence that it is through appreciation of multiculturalism in ART.

For more about Plano Art Association, see http://www.planoartassociation.com/

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