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#28Grams at Fort Works Art


March 23 – May 20, 2017
Opening Reception: March 25, Noon to 9 pm

Mark your calendars for our next exhibition #28Grams featuring 28 artists from around the globe. Featured artists include Arthur Brouthers, Kit King, Whisbe, Sergio Garcia, Drigo, Joseph Grazi, Tim Okamura and more. See the full list here
Fort Works Art is committed to bringing life, vitality and energy to the art scene in Fort Worth, TX. They are a resource for both seasoned collectors and the everyday individual. Existing somewhere between a gallery, a cultural center and a museum, Fort Works Art strives to continually evolve into its’ own entity, free from the traditional labels of the art world. They exist to support the arts, to give back to the community and to inspire youth.

Fort Works Art 
2100 Montgomery Street
Fort Worth, Texas, 76107
NEW Gallery Hours: Monday – Saturday, 9 am – 6 pm


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Raw Talent: 2017 College Expo at 500X

2017 College Expo
Opening Saturday, February 18th 7-10pm
Juried by Danielle Avram
Featuring work from universities around the metroplex including The University of Texas at Arlington, University of North Texas, Brookhaven College, Texas Christian University, Texas Tech University, Dallas Community College, Southern Methodist University, Texas Women’s University, and Texas A&M Commerce
About College Expo
500X Gallery, Texas’ oldest artist-run space, continues our annual juried show for college students!
Like the annual Expo juried show, 2017 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.
About the Juror
Danielle Avram is a curator and writer based in Dallas, TX. She is currently the Gallery Director at Texas Woman’s University. She was the 2015 Pollock Curatorial Fellow at Southern Methodist University, and the Manager of The Power Station and The Pinnell Collection from 2011 – 2013. From 2008 – 2011, Avram was the Curatorial Assistant for the departments of Photography and Modern and Contemporary Art, at The High Museum of Art in Atlanta, GA. She has an MFA in Visual Art from The School of The Museum of Fine Arts and Tufts University (2006, Boston, MA), and a BA in Art and Performance from the University of Texas at Dallas (2002, Dallas, TX). Her work is primarily focused on photography, new media, and collaborative practices.
500X Gallery, 500 Expositon Ave., Dallas, TX 75226 http://500x.org

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Contextual Assembly opening Feb. 23 at Kettle Art


Kettle Art proudly presents ‘Contextual Assembly’ a group exhibit featuring new works by Corey Godfrey, Hilda Lafleur, Roberta Masciarelli, and Amy Seymour.

From Corey’s soft, yarn focus on stones, to Hilda’s psychedelic imagery, to Roberta’s recycled constructions, to Amy’s imaginative world of clay, these four artists are united in whimsical, dream-like realities. This exhibit opens on Thursday, February 23, 2017, from 7:00-10:00pm, and runs through Saturday, March 18.

Kettle Art Gallery Deep in the Art of Ellum
2650-B Main Street  Dallas, TX 75226 www.kettleart.com


Corey Godfrey is a Texas-based artist whose past works have focused primarily on women as subject matter, utilizing yarn as her medium, a material traditionally associated with them. In her current series, Corey is inspired by stones found in nature that exemplify beauty, strength, and a profound sense of femininity. Corey holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from North Texas State University.

Roberta Masciarelli  is a Brazilian-born visual artist based in Dallas for the past eighteen years. Her art consists of sculptures, or constructions, created from found objects and materials, such as metal hardware. Having been a full-time artist for approximately ten years, Roberta has participated in art events within the US including Dallas, Washington DC, Santa Fe, Sedona, and New York. Internationally, she has exhibited in collective exhibits in England, Holland, Denmark, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, South Africa, New Zealand, Bosnia, Japan, Italy, and India. She earned a Bachelor of Architecture from Mackenzie University, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

HIlda Lafleur is a self-taught, Texas-born-and-bred artist. Hilda’s unique eye for color produces upbeat paintings inspired by frequent trips throughout Europe, further influenced by a life spent in Dallas during the turbulent sixties, seventies, and beyond. Her works are created on hand made canvas and painted with a unique concoction of acrylic paint and secret ingredients.

Amy Seymour is a Dallas native who has been creating art, sculpture, and photography for approximately twenty years. Amy’s work depicts a playful and mischievous vision from a dreamy realm within her subconscious view of the world around us.




Kettle Art Gallery

Deep in the Art of Ellum
2650-B Main Street  Dallas, TX 75226
Founded in historic Deep Ellum in 2005, Kettle Art Gallery is committed to nurturing emerging and mid-career North Texas visual artists.
Over the years, Kettle has been the recipient of numerous awards and designations including: USA Today’s 10 Best Art Galleries in Dallas; Dallas Observer’s Readers’ Choice for Best Art Gallery, most recently in 2016; and Dallas A-List’s Best Art Gallery. In September 2014, Kettle Art’s founder Frank Campagna was named one of “The Dallas 40”, a list recognizing Dallas citizens who have made a remarkable impact on the city, in celebration of D Magazine’s 40th anniversary.

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Art Focus: “Creating from the Heart” at ArtReach Gallery


Please join us in the ArtReach Gallery in Watson Hall at Lovers Lane United Methodist Church, 9200 Inwood Road, Dallas, TX 75220

From January 12, 2017 through March 8, 2017

for the exhibit “Creating from the Heart”

by the outstanding  Art Focus XC group http://www.artfocusxc.com/


Reception: Sunday, February 12

12:15·3:00 p.m. Watson Hall

Music by the Lovers Lane Jazz Band

Art Focus XC artists believe they are meant to create art and to share it. It’s their gift from their hearts. It’s their joy to you. This show features 11 of their artists and focuses on Creations from their Hearts.

Art Focus XC began in 1992 with a group of artists who had the desire to push themselves and continue their focus of sharing art development and allowing artists to share new ideas and techniques, while focusing on art business, collaborative projects, guest lecturers and outreach of service.

The ArtReach Gallery graces the walls of Watson Hall at Lovers Lane United Methodist Church and is the work of the Visual Arts Committee of LLUMC and is sponsored by the Lovers Lane Foundation.

All art is for sale. A portion (25%) of all sale proceeds benefits the Lovers Lane Foundation.

For purchase information contact Paul Ditto at 214~7069S6′ or email ArtReach@lIumc.org


Red Beret by Cynthia Stone

Red Beret by Cynthia Stone

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The H. Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery Presents “We Appreciate Your Business”


Dallas, TX – The H. Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery at El Centro College presents “We Appreciate Your Business,” a group exhibition running from January 23- February 15, featuring work by Favio Moreno, Kat Freedman, Hatziel Flores, Christopher Bingham, Antolin Pineda, Brennen Bechtol, Fransisco Javier and Arturo Donjuan. An Artist Reception will be held February 9 from 2-6 p.m.

This exhibition focuses on a group of local artists whose work displays expressive use of color, text, and iconic imagery to explore Lowrider culture, nostalgia, self-exploration, Latin American culture and Pop Surrealism.

Hatziel Flores is a Dallas-based artist who finds himself just as comfortable in street art as in a gallery setting with his unique, new, contemporary portrait style. Hatziel has shown work in different galleries around the United States and has done commission work for big businesses such as NBC, Red Bull, Nike, and MTV.

Favio Moreno likes to explore painting, printmaking, and design in his work. Moreno has cultivated a visual language, drawing from an array of influences including Latin and American Culture as well as iconography and contemporary design. His signature style utilizes hard-edge painting with an extremely refined sense of color.

Kat Freedman is a calligrapher and graphic designer based out of Dallas. She has been utilizing her artistic skill for over three years and works as a full time calligrapher for Halo Calligraphy, crafting hand addressed envelopes and cards, to more personal and unconventional items such as wedding china, sea shells, decorative agate and even urns. From traditional flourished calligraphy to modern and free hand design, Kat works with a variety of mediums for event and wedding planners as well as other artists and brands. She has hand addressed envelopes, menus, and place cards for former presidents and heads of state, and hand written proposals and vows, heart-felt cards and more.

Christopher Bingham was born and raised in Dallas. Art has always been his passion. He began college as a graphic design major but quickly turned his focus to studio arts. Since graduating in 2006 from The University of Texas at Arlington with a bachelor’s degree in Drawing, he has devoted his time to creating art and staying passionate about his craft. When not painting, Chris works on keeping his students motivated to do the same as a high school art teacher. Chris has been a creative force in the North Texas art scene since 2006, displaying his work in the DFW area and all across Texas. Along with having works in numerous private collections, he was also a two-time finalist for the Hunting Art Prize in 2011 and 2015.

Brennen Bechtol is a local DFW sign painter by trade whose work primarily focuses on design and self-exploration. He gets most of his inspiration from other local sign painters and hand painted signs around the city.  Brennen has a BFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of North Texas College of Visual Arts and Design.

Antolin Pineda is a local airbrush artist who specializes in custom lowrider paint jobs. His work features early native Mexican imagery combined with street art and graffiti culture. Antolin is most known for his work that was featured in a 2013 issue of Lowrider Magazine.

Francisco Javier is mostly a self-taught artist whose inspiration comes from early 20th century surrealist painters, the Romantic era, and the Classical era. Francisco has been an active member of the Dallas art scene since 2011. His current focus is portraiture in acrylic, but he also creates work in oil, pastel, charcoal, and pencil.

For more information, please contact gallery coordinator Raymond Butler at 214-860-2115. Gallery hours are Monday through Wednesday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.; Thursday from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. andFriday from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.


Image: HFlores.jpg: “Complex” by Hatziel Flores.

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“Through the Lens: Found Object/Readymade” at CentralTrak


“Through the Lens: Found Object/Readymade”

Saturday, January 21st from 8pm-10pm
CentralTrak presents
Through the Lens: Found Object/Readymade curated by UT Dallas photography and aesthetic studies professor Marilyn Waligore and will feature artists
Susi Brister, Francesca Brunetti, Rachel Cox, Shannon Duncan, Paho Mann, and Kristy Peet.
Guided by Surrealist and Dada practices of the 20th century, contemporary artists use photography and video to document two categories of objects: the found object and the readymade. The designation of the readymade upsets the mass-produced object’s functionality: engaging in play while disrupting work; incorporating humor; challenging the definition of art by presenting works that are ready-to-go — chosen and then recontextualized. Meanwhile, the identification of the found object connects to the unconscious, often tapping the historical context of a previous era, the supposed recollections of a previous owner, which informs the current viewer’s awareness. These actions address the concept of authorship, the definition of art, and the place of the object in commodity culture. The use of photography and video in contemporary art to re-present the object frames it a second time, echoing the relationship between selection and presentation of the object and image.

Events during the run of the exhibition will include two panel discussions with the artists.

Thursday, February 2 at 7pm
will include Rachel Cox, Paho Mann, and Kristy Peet.
Thursday, February 9 at 7pm
will have Susi Brister, Francesca Brunetti, and Shannon Duncan.

Francesca Brunetti, Sweet 28, 2016, archival inkjet print, 16 x 22 inches.

Francesca Brunetti, Sweet 28, 2016, archival inkjet print, 16 x 22 inches.

Rachel Cox, Nova, 2015, archival inkjet print, 31 x 39 inches.

Rachel Cox, Nova, 2015, archival inkjet print, 31 x 39 inches.


CentralTrak is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to the creation, presentation, and advancement of the contemporary arts by building on the forward-thinking academic resources of the School of Arts & Humanities at The University of Texas at Dallas.

800 Exposition Ave.
Dallas, TX 75226
Gallery hours: Saturdays Noon – 5pm or by appointment
(214) 824-9302


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This Is The Fort opens Jan. 17 at Fort Works Art


Fort Works Art

This Is The Fort

January 17 – February 18, 2017

Opening Reception:
Saturday, January 21, 2017
6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Fort Works Art is pleased to announce This is the Fort, an exhibition featuring 10 local artists – Bernardo Vallarino, Carey Meiners, Clay Stinnett, Collin Howell, Jay Wilkinson, John Worley, Lee Hill, Leigh Ann Williams, Marshall Harris and Patricia Murphy.

This is the first time since the gallery has brick-and-mortared that they have presented a group exhibition featuring solely DFW artists. Coinciding with Fort Worth’s Annual Stock Show & Rodeo, Fort Works Art takes a turn towards the west, but with their typical twist, that is far from traditional.  Focusing on the theme that the gallery takes its’ name from, Fort Worth, This is the Fort brings a strong and fresh roster of artists together for a show that will feature images that all Texans will relate to.

Image: Patricia Murphy, Truckin’, 2010, Oil on canvas, 12″ x 18″

Fort Works Art is committed to bringing life, vitality and energy to the art scene in Fort Worth, TX. They are a resource for both seasoned collectors and the everyday individual. Existing somewhere between a gallery, a cultural center and a museum, Fort Works Art strives to continually evolve into its’ own entity, free from the traditional labels of the art world. They exist to support the arts, to give back to the community and to inspire youth.

Fort Works Art 
2100 Montgomery Street
Fort Worth, Texas, 76107
Gallery Hours: Tues-Thurs 11am – 4pm; Fri-Sat 11am-9pm

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Opening Reception for VANGUARD: Anniversary Exhibition Feb. 18

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Celebrating its fourth year in the Dallas Design District, Laura Rathe Fine Art (LRFA), presents ‘VANGUARD,’ a group anniversary exhibition featuring distinctive new works by various gallery artists, with an opening reception on Saturday, February 18th from 5-8pm.

Since opening its doors at its second location in February 2013, LRFA has experienced remarkable growth and continued success on Dragon Street. This is due in large part to the gallery’s continually expanding and remarkably diverse roster of contemporary artists. ‘VANGUARD’ will highlight this diversity and present works in a variety of media by midcareer and emerging artists from both Texas and abroad. Though they come from different backgrounds, each artist is producing work at the height of their careers.

LRFA has recently broadened its international focus. ‘VANGUARD’ will present new works by recent additions to the gallery roster including, German artist Michael Laube, South African Artist Gavin Rain, and Chinese Artist Zhuang Hong Yi. This year also marks the addition of nationally and internationally known artists, Hunt Slonem and Cassandria Blackmore.

The success of LRFA’s Dallas location is also owed to the continued support of the gallery’s enthusiastic and continually expanding collector base, whose passion for contemporary art mirrors the growth and success of the Dallas art market and the city’s art scene more broadly. LRFA is extremely grateful to the community for its continued support and looks forward to serving its patrons in the New Year!

VANGUARD’ will be on view through March 25, 2017.

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TAC Small Works Show 

Reception for the Artists
Saturday, November 12, 2016
6 – 9pm

Free and Open to the Public

60+ Artists
Small, affordable artworks!

820 Currie St
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Parking is free with validation

Exhibition: November 12, 2016 – January 5, 2017


Fort Worth Community Arts Center
1300 Gendy Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76107

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Opening Date: October 22nd

Closing Date: December 10th

Reception: Saturday, October 22nd 4PM to 8PM

Participating Artists: Stephen Battle, Danville Chadbourne, Janet Chaffee and Benito Huerta, Christian De Leon, Trey Egan, Angel Fernandez, John Hartley, Omar Hernandez, Trish Igo and Jill O’Brien, Carol Ivey

John Matson, Jason Reynaga, Winter Rusiloski, Fred Spaulding, Evan Summer, Elaine Taylor

Giovanni Valderas, Ron Watson, Tiffany Wolf Smith

Exhibition Title: deadWEST: STRUCTURE AND CHANGE

Venue: deadWEST: GALLERY AND STUDIO- 304 Aquilla Drive, Lakeside, Texas 76108

Contact: 817-701-9132www.deadwest.org


deadWEST: STRUCTURE AND CHANGE is an exhibition of artists working in a variety of media that takes place in Winter Rusiloski and Angel Fernandez’s studio. DeadWEST: GALLERY AND STUDIO was conceived as an alternative artist space in North Texas, with a location that is due west of the Dallas and Fort Worth Cultural Districts. Rusiloski is a transplant of the Northeastern United States to Texas, and Fernandez is a transplant of Mexico to Texas, to the Northeast and back to Texas. This is their third curatorial collaboration where numerous themes percolate throughout the works of selected artists; the two dominant themes are STRUCTURE and CHANGE.

Numerous artists address physical and geometric STRUCTURE within their work. The varied media is given a permanent and solid quality while others defy specific definition in their use of atmospheric and fleeting characteristics. Material is of paramount importance in the embrace of craftsmanship and process.

CHANGE is a dominant theme in regard to transformation of materials. Some are repurposed constructions born from discarded elements while others contextualize materials in unexpected ways.  In addition to physical CHANGE there is an exploration of shifting social and cultural dynamics.

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“2wo hundred” opens Sept. 22nd at Kettle Art


It was bound to happen sooner or later but after being in business nearly eleven years, Kettle Art is celebrating our two hundredth exhibition. We’ve hosted all kinds of events from straight up traditional art presentations to insane CD release exhibits, from tattoo artists, to video arts, photographic shows to spoken words. One thing you can always count on in the ‘gallery business’ is to expect the unexpected. Something is always lurking around the corner waiting to astound your avant-garde senses with visual, audio and literary delight.

With this show, 200, we break another aspect in the local art scene by presenting an ‘Opening Weekend’ starting onThursday, September 22 (as opposed to the traditional one night opening reception) and host a continuous art celebration through Saturday, September 24.

Kettle Art celebrates 200 exhibitions.
Artists include: Tyson Summers, Cathey Miller, Hatziel Flores, Minji Kang, Justin Clumpner, Tom Currie, Elizabeth Dryden, Clint Scism, Roberta Masciarelli, Francois Shogreen, Amy Seymour, Duke Horn, Anne Marie Talon, Micah Rabalais, Walter Land, Emily Yandell, Brad Albright, Jennifer Lafleur, George Wallace III, Erica Guajardo, Izk Davies, Marcie Dodd, Johnny Hawkins, Emily Hawkins, Steven Hamilton, Clay Stinnett, Judith Lea Perkins, Nick Glenn, Richard Ross, Amber Campagna, Steve Reeves, Erin Reeves, Miguel Aguilar and Frank Campagna. Also we are proud to introduce Erin Curry and Izzy Sanders.

This show runs through October 15.

Kettle Art | Deep Ellum | 2650-B Main Street | Dallas, TX 75226  www.kettleart.com


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Art Room Exhibition “THREE,” opening July 9th

Artwork:Daryl Ganon, The Extent of an Unpredicted Event, 30“ x 40”, Acrylic on canvas.

On exhibit July 9th –  27th
Opening July 9th @ 5pm
With Reception 6-9pm
Food, drinks, and music provided

Art Room is pleased to announce its upcoming group exhibition entitled “THREE,” representing the work of local, regional, and national artists including: Chubrika, Drigo, Daryl Gannon, Zachary Greer, Usama Khalid, Shawn Vales, Robert Weiss, and Jave Yoshimoto.

The work in “THREE” is best described as colorful globalization that recognizes and identifies with our current political culture and climate. With the help of the Internet and the constant bombardment of information from electronic media, the artists showing work in “THREE” are taking advantage of the accessibility of material no longer prohibited. This fast-paced exchange of information is driving these artists to quickly deliver their version of the story to the viewer. The artists in “THREE” are creating work within current Social Art Movements inspired by previous artistic endeavors. Chubrika, Greer, and Khalid explore issues concerning sensitive or controversial subjects resulting in work with a psychological impact that both tortures and keeps us asking for more.

“THREE” will run through July 27, 2016. Gallery hours are by appointment only. For additional information please contact Nathan Madrid, Katie Murray, or Deedra Baker atartroomfw@gmail.com, and visit our website www.artroom.space for more information about upcoming shows and to join our mailing list. An exhibition catalog will be available for purchase.

Copyright © 2016 ART ROOM Gallery, All rights reserved.
2712 Weisenberger Fort Worth, TX 76107 artroom.space

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SLIPSTREAM opens May 28 at Kirk Hopper



May 28 – August 6, 2016

Opening Reception – Saturday, May 28th at 6.30pm


James Surls – Her Universe Apart, 2014. Graphite on paper. 60 x 40 inches


Dallas, May 2016


Kirk Hopper Fine Art (3008 Commerce Street), is excited to announce our upcoming group exhibition,SLIPSTREAM. Curator Susie Kalil has assembled artists who use drawing in the most direct and confrontational manner. The exhibition will feature works from Jorge Alegria, Lois Dodd, Bill Haveron, Mary Jenewein, Angelbert Metoyer, Lynn Randolph, Noriko Shinohara, James Surls, Emmi Whitehorse, and Roger Winter. A special coda to the exhibiton is the inclusion of two important drawings by Alexandre Hogue (1898-1994)

Slipstream crosses conventional genre boundaries between fantasy, the surreal, even literary fiction – worlds within worlds, and the strangeness of living in the 21st century. Kalil states, “we are inundated by techno gimmickry, but these artists use the most direct means possible – pencil, charcoal, and ink on paper – as a conduit for innermost beliefs, obsessions, and visions. It will be an opportunity to push viewers out of their comfort zones, shift contexts and reaffirm fierce, draw-no-quarter instincts.”

Simply, Slipstream is not just another works on paper show – it’s focused on full throttle drawing, an aim to return viewers to an encounter realized physically as well aesthetically and intellectually – a gut level transaction that’s a far cry from the constitutional laziness that pulls the art establishment towards blandness and hype. These drawings defy branding, commercial marketing or the mainstream, but come from an obesessive need to bare one’s soul, or tell a story, or serve as connective tissues for issues of spirituality, life and death, cultural malaise and environmental fragility. Drawings that emit courage – because nobody is asking the tough questions.


Lynn Randolph – Master Builder, 2015. Graphite on paper. 24 x 18 in


Susie Kalil is a former Core Fellow in Critical Studies at the Glassell School of Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Kalil co-curated (with Barbara Rose) the landmark exhibtion Fresh Paint: The Houston School and curated The Texas Landscape: 1900-1986. Most recently, she has authored and curated the award winning monograph and retrospective, Alexandre Hogue: American Visionary, as well as Dorothy Hood: The Color of Being, among other publications and exhibitions. Kalil is also a frequent contributor to publications includingArtforum, Art in America, ARTnews, Cite, and Sculpture, she previously served as managing editor of the journal Artlies and Houston Center for Photography’s Spot Magazine.


Emmi Whitehorse – Indian Fig, 2012. Oil, chalk, paper on canvas. 39.5 x 51 in


Jorge Alegria – Sus herd, 2016. Graphite on paper. 13.5 x 16.5 in




Kirk Hopper Fine Art is located at

3008 Commerce Street, Dallas, Texas 75226 in the Deep Ellum neighborhood.


Gallery hours are Tuesday – Saturday from 12pm6pm or by appointment.


Phone: 214-760-9230, Email: giovanni@kirkhopperfineart.com, Website: www.kirkhopperfineart.com

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ART7 Gallery Reception May 14 for Out for Summer Vacation

Out For Summer Vacation

Gallery Reception
6pm – 8pm

ART7 Community Gallery
820 Currie Street
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Join us this Saturday from 6-8pm as we celebrate the opening of our newest exhibits at ART7 Gallery in the West 7th district!
“Out for Summer Vacation” is the third group exhibition of 2016 for ART7 Community Gallery. The show displays over 30 works that address summer vacation, road trips, and journeys from the beach, to mountains, to the desert.

Participating artists include:

Scott Parker, James Humphrey, Jinx Burk, Marcia Schorer, Cynthia Lewis, Anne Hardy, Aubry Guthrie, Lynn LaRose, Gareth Perry, Michael Horvath, Erin Miller, Angela Carbone, Lamberto Alvarez, Anne Longo, Lou Chapman, Britt Stokes, Diane Durant, Nataliya Scheib, Edgar Miller, Kim Robbins, Mary Morgan, Lee Hill, Alyson Appleton, Linda Smith, Raymond Rains, Diane Walker- Galdney, Chris Ireland, Vicki Owen, Avery Kelly, Jan Dorris, Terry Muse, Linda Popple, Robert Drew.

Visit www.fwcac.com

for more information or check us out on social media!



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Annual Group Exhibition “The Art Party – Make Good Decisions in 2016” opens May 14 at Craighead Green


Craighead Green Gallery, 1011 Dragon Street, Dallas, TX 75207

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Greatest Hits opens May 12 at Artspace111


Greatest Hits
Group Exhibition
Exhibition on Display | May 12th – June 18
Artspace111 is proud to announce the group exhibition Greatest Hits, which will showcase each of the Artspace111 artists and special guest artists.
The exhibition will open Thursday, May 12, 2016 with a reception from 5:00pm to 8:30pm, and will run through June 20, 2016. Artspace111 features art of all mediums from emerging, mid-career, and established artists based in the Dallas / Fort Worth metroplex. The twenty six artists of Artspace111 will be represented in the show including Daniel Blagg, Devon Nowlin, Nancy Lamb and other notable local artist. The selected work for the exhibit spans the lifetime of the artists career’s, showcasing popular concepts from current and past catalogues.

111 Hampton Street | Fort Worth, Texas | 76102

817.692.3228 | art@artspace111.com


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Mysterious Muck opens Nov. 21 at Circuit12

UPCOMING “Mysterious Muck”

Opening / Artist Reception: November 21st, 6-10pm.
The exhibition will run November 21 – 30 January  2016.

Circuit12 Contemporary proudly presents our end of the year group show curated by gallery artist, Clark Goolsby.

Mysterious Muck focuses on artists who’s work reflects the multiplicity and complexity inherent in contemporary culture. The current speed of content creation and consumption has made it increasingly difficult to separate our focus from our periphery. The works featured in Mysterious Muck combine seemingly unrelated imagery, materials, environments (virtual or physical), and abstract forms to illuminate the loss of context in the internet-age. Some works attempt to reorder this disparate content and provide us a new logic with which to understand it, while others revel in chaos and confusion. This collection of work challenges us with the notion that individual meanings of elements within a greater whole may no longer matter— that current culture has moved beyond needing to understand the parts and only evaluates the whole.

Featuring New Works By:

Evan Gruzis. Matthew Craven. Mathew Zefeldt. Nina Chanel Abney. Susy Oliveira. Taylor Baldwin. Tilman Hornig. Langdon Graves. Jennifer Nehrbass. Travis Christian Ryan. Nick Van Woert.

For more information and to preview works please contact the gallery at info@circuit12.com or via phone at 214-760-1212            
              Images courtesy of (left to right): Taylor Baldwin and Mathew Zefeldt on behalf of Circuit12 


 Circuit12 Contemporary
1811 E. Levee St.
Dallas Texas 75207


web: circuit12.com

email: info@circuit12.com
tel: (214) 760-1212

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