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Upstairs Gallery: 50th Anniv. Show Closes – Judy Gelfert Show Opens – Oct. 20th

On Friday, 20 October 2017
5:00 till 8:00 p.m.
Toast the 50th Anniversary of
The Upstairs Gallery
and enjoy an ongoing exhibition
of art from the gallery’s first half century
while celebrating the opening of
A New Show of Paintings by Judy Gelfert

Judy Gelfert’s oil paintings reflect her ever-enthusiastic attention to design and light in everyday scenes, landscapes, interiors, and figures.Whatever her subject, she aims to capture the essence of an image, leaving the details to the viewer’s imagination.
Judy is conducting a workshop on Oct. 21 and 22. She still has room for a few more students. Call the Gallery for details. 817.277.6961

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H. Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery Presents “Downtown: Visual Fine Art Faculty & Staff Exhibition”

Dallas, TX – The H. Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery at El Centro College presents: “Downtown: Visual Fine Art Faculty & Staff Exhibition” going on now through November 3. The artist reception is scheduled for Thursday, October 19, from 4-6 p.m.

El Centro College, the first campus of the Dallas County Community College District, opened its doors in 1966. As the only community college located in downtown Dallas, we have a unique environment: creative, gritty, urban, and full of life. The work of our visual fine art faculty reflects this vibrancy, on display in our current show. Works in a variety of media are included in the exhibit.

Artists in the exhibition include both full-time and adjunct Visual Fine Art faculty & staff members:

Barbara Armstrong

Carlos DonJuan

Omar Hernandez

Chaitra Linehan

Andy Myers

Pilar Zornosa

Janet Aguirre

Calen Barnum

Danielle Kimzey (work on loan from Galleri Urbane)

Roya Mansourkhani

Christopher Machorro

Raymond Butler

 

Performance: by Jennifer McAtee

(El Centro Music Department Coordinator)

 

For more information, please contact gallery director Raymond Butler at 214-860-2190 or raymond.butler@dcccd.edu.

 

Gallery hours are Monday through Wednesday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.; Thursday from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Friday from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Images:

HomeDefense2017.jpg

Artist: Calen Barnum

Home Defense 2017

Medium Archival inkjet print

Handpiece.jpg

Artist: Andy Myers

Untitled 2017

Plaster/wood

Leopard.jpg

Artist: Chaitra Garrick

Leopard 2015

Cut paper on Panel

Wirepiece.jpg

Artist: Barbara Armstrong

Lifeline- Full Of Life 2016

Mixed/ Media

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Craighead Green Gallery presents Gorham, Harnden & Saa opening Oct. 14

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CRAIGHEAD GREEN GALLERY
1011 Dragon Street
Dallas, TX  75207
214.855.0779
 HEATHER GORHAM   
“Conejos Bailando en la Oscuridad y la Luz (Rabbits Dancing in the Dark & Light)”
Mixed Media on Wood
28″ x 32″
RAYMOND SAA
About Us
Craighead Green is recognized as one of the finest contemporary art galleries throughout Texas and the Southwest, representing over 40 artists of all mediums. The Gallery focuses on contemporary paintings, archival pigment prints and sculpture in a myriad of media and styles. Craighead Green represents mid to late career artists while continuing their promotion of emerging artists. The Gallery is a participating member of the Dallas Art Dealers Association and CADD, Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas.
Craighead Green Gallery
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Ro2: Julia Trinh’s opening at The Magnolia Oct. 12 // Upcoming Art Talk with Adam Fung Oct. 14

Julia Trinh
Joy Element – Cutting Paper and MoreOpening Reception: Thursday, October 12, 6-8 pmOctober 12 – November 14

Ro2 Art @ The Magnolia
3699 McKinney Ave
Dallas, TX 75204

RSVP
Ro2 Art at The Magnolia
Come see the show and stay for a movie!
For showtimes and tickets, click here.

UPCOMING ART TALK
Adam Fung: Iceberg X
Art Talk + Book Signing

Saturday, October 14, 3:30-5PM

Iceberg X is on view at Ro2 Art through October 28

RSVP

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2017 Keller’s Got Talent

The 2017 Keller’s Got Talent Art Show is on and ready for your viewing!

40 artists and 9 categories, inclusive of oil, acrylic, watercolor, drawing, photography, mixed media, sculpture, ceramics and jewelry.

Don’t miss out on what the artists have created.October 5 – 25, 2017, Keller Town Hall; 1100 Bear Creek Parkway, Keller TX 76248

AWARDS RECEPTION
Thursday, Oct. 12 7-9pm

www.cityofkeller.com/publicarts

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Something Old, Something New: An Autumn Art Affair: Oct. 21 at Artists Showplace

The Artists Showplace Gallery welcomes fall with an art affair to remember on Saturday, October 21, from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. We’re excited to present our new contemporary wing, which features stunning modern and abstract paintings by local, national and international artists. It’s also the last chance to save at least 50% on our estate items, including antique furniture and collectibles, limited-edition prints and posters, and all styles of mid-century paintings. Complimentary wine and appetizers will be served.

For more information, call the gallery at 972-233-1223 or visit www.theartistsshowplace.com. The gallery is located at 15615 Coit Road, Suite 230, Dallas, Texas 75248, at the southwest corner of Coit and Arapaho Roads.

 

 

 

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Seasons of Light opens Oct. 12 in Marshall

Thursday, October 12 at 5 PM – 8 PM

Marshall Visual Art Center  208 E Burleson St, Marshall, Texas 75670

https://www.facebook.com/events/1275780619166122

212 N. Washington Avenue
Marshall, TX 75670

ART/PHOTOGRAPHY/MIXED MEDIA EXHIBITION featuring singer/songwriter Robert BlindDog Cook and artist Claudia Lowery.

Join us in a mixed media event combining talents of two artists who have collaborated for over a year toward a shared vision.

Robert BlindDog Cook returns to an earlier interest in photography that allows the viewer to see the world as he sees it. As a low-vision artist his perspective includes the use of light in creative ways, sometimes blurred, using distortion to it’s greatest advantage, and brings humor, thought, and a flair for the whimsical. In addition all the pre-recorded music at the evening’s event will have been written, performed, and produced by BlindDog. Widely regarded within the music community as a gifted musician it will come as a surprise to much of his public that another of his many talents involves photography and digital mixed media art.

Claudia Lowery will share her paintings that express passion for life and elements of light, and her writing revealing her heart and soul. This will be Claudia’s third solo and/or collaborative art exhibition at the MVAC since 2012. She is the owner of Gingko Leaf Gallery in Marshall, TX where she represents 40 east Texas and Louisiana artists.

Following the exhibition’s opening reception the artists will greet guests, friends and family across the street at the Blue Frog Restaurant @ Charlie’s Backyard Bar for the after party where BlindDog will perform live. Secondary location will be to remain at MVAC and still have his live performance.

Art, photography, cd’s, and printed/bound writing will be available for purchase the same evening.

 

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Corrinda Raine: The Lady of White Rock Lake at Metropolitan Press

Corrinda Raine and The Lady of White Rock Lake: The Haunting
Showing: October 4-25, 2017 | Artist Reception: Friday, October 13, 6-9pm

ArtSpace hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-4:30pm & for the Artist Reception, August 10, 6-9pm

Open to the public, the ArtSpace gallery is located inside the Metropolitan Press building at 1250 Majesty Drive in Dallas. We feature both up-and-coming and established artists on a monthly rotation. To find out more or if you are an artist interested in showing, contact us through our website, www.metpressinc.com

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In Living Color at The Janette Kennedy Gallery This October

The Janette Kennedy Gallery will feature new and original artwork by local Dallas artists, Mike Bosch and Mikka entitled In Living Color. An artist reception will take place October 7 at the gallery located at South Side on Lamar.

The Janette Kennedy Gallery at South Side on Lamar 1409 S. Lamar Street Dallas, TX 75215 (214) 426-1575

In Living Color exhibit – October 2017 Artist reception – Saturday, October 7, 2017 from 4 to 8 p.m.
Free

About Janette Kennedy Gallery:
The Janette Kennedy Gallery was established in 2002 as a means for local artists, the Artist’s Residency Program, and the Community at large to exhibit their works. This Gallery differs from others in that it does not administer a fee for use of the space, nor has it charged a commission on the pieces an artist sells. Artists who have exhibited in the gallery come from all disciplines and have included medias such as sculpture, ceramics, video, woodcuts, paintings, drawings, music, graphic art, found object and site specific installations from fine art to contemporary art. For more information, visit the their Facebook Page. https://www.facebook.com/Janette-Kennedy-Gallery-151361824892591/

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Something Old, Something New: An Autumn Art Affair – rescheduled to Oct. 21

The Artists Showplace Gallery welcomes fall with a weekend-long art affair to remember on Saturday, October 21, from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.

We’re excited to present our new contemporary wing, which features stunning modern and abstract paintings by local, national and international artists. It’s also the last chance to save at least 50% on our estate items, including antique furniture and collectibles, limited-edition prints and posters, and all styles of mid-century paintings. Complimentary wine and appetizers will be served.

For more information, call the gallery at 972-233-1223 or visit http://www.theartistsshowplace.com.

 

The Artists Showplace Gallery

15615 Coit Road, Suite 230

Dallas, Texas 75248

972-233-1223

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Gooder – Group Show in Various Media Oct. 7 at Grackle Art

Grackle Art Gallery – Gooder- Group show in various media by Aaron Roe, Sami Cline, Heather Bird, Liz Johnston, Jimray Scott, Eddie Brassart, JoeArt LaBerge, Rosalie Kobetich, William Seybold, Aaron Hutchinson, Cherisha Norman and Darlene Watson.

Musical artists: Eric Osbourne, Tortuga Redfro and Rebecca Jozwiak.

Sat, Oct 7th, 7-11pm. Free.

The Grackle Art Gallery is located on the Fort Worth’s cultural district’s west side in the heart of Arlington Heights at 4621 El Campo, FW, 817-615-0681, Gallery Hours: by appointment and scheduled gallery shows from 7p.m. to 11p.m.

http://grackleartgallery.com/

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When the Mystery of Creativity Appears – Reception Sept. 30 at TVAA Downtown Gallery

When the Mystery of Creativity Appears

September 27 – October 25, 2017

RECEPTION Saturday, September 30 2-4pm

This show will focus on works that were inspired by the spiritual, inspirational and intuitive. Art often is inspired by our unconscious and gives us images and ideas we did not expect or plan. It is our creative imagination that is based on the intuitive within us the deepest and profound work. Sometimes we are inspired by spiritual ideas to create our best art.

About the Curator: Esther Ritz is a local Dallas artist. She has had gallery representation in the past with Haley Henman, Modartists and Murray Coven galleries. She has a number of both one person and group shows in both Dallas and Santa Fe NM. She is a long time member of TVAA and won several awards, including best in show. She does both abstract and figurative work.

 

Downtown Gallery

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Frisco Fine Art Grand Opening begins Friday, Oct. 6

Frisco Fine Art comes to Main Street with one of the most spectacular grand openings Frisco has ever seen: Eight solid days of events to celebrate bringing outstanding local, regional, national and international artists to downtown Frisco. The celebration of our world-class, homegrown art gallery begins with tours and a meet and greet on Friday, October 6, starting at 10:00 a.m. and continuing throughout the day. In the evening, enjoy sips and bites by chef Jason Martin from 360 Restaurant at Gentle Creek Country Club and meet inspirational painter Charlotte Van Ross and Christian art phenom LaMar Yosef.

Then come back on Saturday for a book signing by Jen Welter, the first woman to coach in the NFL, and to watch a live painting demonstration by local artist Courtney Peace, presented by Cornbread Hustle. For more information, call the gallery at 214-872-1917 or visit www.friscofineart.com.

 

Frisco Fine Art

7227 Main Street

Frisco, Texas 75034

214-872-1917

http://www.friscofineart.com

events@friscofineart.com

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Tom Holland: Birds and Water opens Oct. 27 at Bivins Gallery

Bivins Gallery is proud to present Tom Holland: Birds and Water from October 27 through December 2, 2017.

Tom Holland’s paintings and freestanding paintings are inspired by natural elements of California, where the artist currently resides. The sinuous forms and organic colors of his work call to mind the landscape and scenery of the celebrated artist’s surroundings. A distinguished American artist, Holland’s works on aluminum and fiberglass have brought him critical acclaim and can be seen in the permanent collections of the Whitney, MoMa, the Hirshhorn, and the Guggenheim, among many others. He is a globally recognized artist who has been the subject of solo exhibitions throughout the world.

The solo exhibition will be unveiled at Bivins Gallery with an opening reception on Friday, October 27 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m., at which the celebrated artist will be present. Complimentary valet parking will be provided for the opening and for all guests of Bivins Gallery during normal business hours.

ABOUT BIVINS GALLERY

Located on the ground floor of 300 Crescent Court in Uptown Dallas, Bivins Gallery showcases modern and postwar contemporary art. The shared vision of Karen and Michael Bivins, Bivins Gallery represents historically relevant established artists, cutting-edge emerging talent, key secondary market works, and the estates of important legacy artists. For more information, visit bivinsgallery.com.

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Floyd Newsum: The Things I see opens Sept. 30 at KHFA

The Run, 2017. Gouache, graphite, Mylar and ink on paper. 5 x 7.5 inches

 

OPENING RECEPTION

Saturday, September 30, 2017

 

The Things I See | Floyd Newsum

September 30 – November 4, 2017

 

Kirk Hopper Fine Art (3008 Commerce Street) is thrilled to welcome back artist Floyd Newsum (Houston) for his latest solo exhibition,entitled The Things I See. This exhibit will feature Newsum’s newest and most ambitious work to date. The exhibition opens Saturday, September 30th with a public reception for the artist from 6.00 – 8.00 p.m

 

Newsum’s work is often filled with a signature combination of undulating marks and abstract patterns that take the form of glyphs alluding to Floyd’s own story and upbringing. His compositional style generally feels child-like; however, his subject matter centers on deeper meanings of cultural climates, political statements and personal events. His naïve style echos African culture and serves as a blended creation of spirit works and ancestral stories. The contour line drawings of a floating woman in The Run and in Spirit and Serpent are prime examples. Floyd’s use of the floating woman pays homage to the great women that have impacted his life; they become free floating spirits making their presence known to their viewer. It is no surprise that Floyd places such a strong emphasis on depicting women in his works; after all, women are the bearers of life, they nurture and protect.

 

Other images such as dogs, birds and fish can easily be seen in Floyd’s work as well. The dog, bird and fish are obvious and hidden symbolisms he creates as a dialogue to represent fidelity, grace and the ability to soar and overcome struggles. Throughout art history, artists such as Jan Van Eyck and early Renaissance artists have incorporated these same elements to give important meaning to an event. Ladders and houses are also visual elements incorporated into his compositions, representing family and his father who was one the first fire fighters in Memphis. The ladder and house become metaphors for faith, family structure and the ability to overcome obstacles. Newsum has an uncanny ability to harmoniously introduce vignettes through vivid staccato strokes of undulating line. His slow reveals acknowledges what a great storyteller he really is.

 

 

Floyd Newsum. Four Tables in Red, 2017. Acrylic and oil on paper. 52 x 80 inches

 

Artist Biography

 

Floyd Newsum, a painter and printmaker with a career spanning four decades is a Houstonian by way of Memphis. Currently a University of Houston art instructor, he spent his childhood years in Tennessee and received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Memphis before moving to Philadelphia where he earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Fine Art. Recently, the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture acquired two of Newsum’s paintings. His work belongs to many private collections such as, Alice Walton Proietti, Lester Smith and Gerald and Anita Smith. As well as in numerous museum collections, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.

 

 

The Spirit and the Serpent, 1989 – 2017. Gouache, graphite, Mylar and ink on paper. 13.25 x 16 inches

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50 Years of Art & Love: the Peggy Nichols Collection at TVAA Downtown Gallery

TVAA Downtown Gallery ~ Art Exhibition

50 Years of Art & Love – 
The Peggy Nichols Collection
October 26 – November 16, 2017
About the Show:
For over 50 years, Peggy Nichols collected art to adorn the walls of her Dallas home. For her, it was never just about filling a void on a wall; it was about filling her heart with love and mind with joy. Art was a way to lift her spirits and cope with the realities of life after a hard day of work. Art was her escape. It was an emotional investment. A way to get lost in the imagination and worlds of so many artists that she adopted as her extended family. Her collection, which is comprised of mostly contemporary artists and photographers, unveils incredible moments in history and the risks artists take pursuing their craft. Works from these national and internationally acclaimed artists can be found in museums and galleries around the world. At 76, Peggy Nichols wants to share her collection with others in hopes that they too may see the love and joy that has filled her heart and mind for so many years. All work in this exhibition will be available for purchase.

Reception: November 4th, 2PM – 4PM

Contact: Gallery Director Deepa Koshaley @ tvaagallerydallas@gmail.com

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Kittrell/Riffkind 27th Anniversary Celebration & Reception Sept. 30

We’re marking our 27th Anniversary, One of A Kind, with a gala celebration this upcoming Saturday, September 30th.  We hope that you’ll join us for the festivities on from 10 – 5:30.

Kittrell Riffkind Art Glass Gallery
at Southwest Gallery
888-865-2228/Tollfree

 www.kittrellriffkind.com

Tuesdays thru Saturdays 9 – 6 Sundays 1- 5

 

One of a Kind
Join Us As We Celebrate Our 27th Anniversary 
For our anniversary we are featuring an exhibit of unique One of a Kind pieces created especially for our new gallery by many of our favorite artists who have shown with us over the past 27 years.
The opening reception will be from 10 until 5:30 on Saturday, September 30th.
Artists whose work will be featured include Wendy Saxon Brown, Mary Mullaney, Jen Violette, Susan Gott, Charlie Miner, Carol Milne, Cal Breed, Josh Simpson, Marty Kremer,  and Bronwen Heilman — just to name a few.
Some of them are posted on our website — so you can sneak a peek.  For those late arrivals, well you’ll just have to come see them for yourself….
The exhibit will continue through the month of October.

20% Discount

Saturday, September 30th

Enjoy a

20% discount
on all purchases*
in the Gallery
on Saturday, September 30th
as we kick off our month long celebration.
*Not valid on custom orders, layaways,
gift certificates, previous purchases or other offers.
Reclining Pea Pod by Jen Violette

What Else Is New?
Classes, Directions & What-Not 
Kente by Josh BernbaumMark your calendars!
Our annual Ornament Extravaganza opening will be on Saturday, November 11th this year.  Plan to visit us early for the best selections…

There is still space in several of our fall classes for those who want to hone their glass skills.— call the studio to register, 972-239-7989.

For those of y’all who have not yet visited us in our new locations, the Gallery has moved in with Southwest Gallery over in the North Dallas Design District at 4500 Sigma Rd (at Welch) in Dallas.
The Studio is now in Richardson, located at 1600 N Plano Rd in Suite #400.  That’s at the corner of Plano Rd & Collins (tucked around the corner facing south).
Give us a call if you need help finding us….  
Gallery, 972-239-7957  
Studio, 972-239-7989

Recipe of the Month
Apples Are Here…
Landscape Pair by Shawn Messenger
Yay, it’s fall, and time for apples!
Nothing better than a good apple eaten out of hand or cored stuffed with brown sugar, butter and chopped nuts, baked and served warm…  Topped with vanilla ice cream.
I recently came across a recipe for Apple Roses that I want to try out.  Looks easy and so pretty!  Oh, and it’s done with puff pastry, another of my favorite things.
This weekend it will be Pork Loin With Apples, Cider & Calvados, like they do it in Normandy in the fall.  (Can do this with pork chops or chicken as well.)
Yum!
 
Kittrell Riffkind Art Glass Gallery
at Southwest Gallery
888-865-2228/Tollfree

 www.kittrellriffkind.com

Tuesdays thru Saturdays 9 – 6
Sundays 1- 5

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Mary Vernon exhibition opening Sept. 23 at Valley House

Please join us this Saturday, Sept. 23rd, for the opening of Mary Vernon’s exhibition at Valley House. The reception is 6:00pm-8:00pm, Saturday, September 23. Preview the paintings online at www.valleyhouse.com or stop by to preview in person.

About her recent work, Mary Vernon states, “I hope to prove this to you: drawing and painting are holding each other tightly, constantly interfering with each other. It’s not that drawing is first and painting is last. It is not exactly that drawing is the truth and painting is the lie that we prefer. It is not at all that drawing is the outline and painting is the coloring-in. The two acts, drawing and painting, get in each other’s way at every moment.”

This exhibition celebrates Mary Vernon’s 50 years on the faculty at SMU. In recognition, the Mary Vernon Painting Prize has been announced by the Meadows School of the Arts. Join the effort to endow the prize, which will annually recognize an outstanding undergraduate art student as selected by the faculty of the Division of Art. Funds may be used by the recipient to open a studio or otherwise launch his or her art career.

A legendary professor, Mary Vernon taught art history, painting, drawing, and color theory to thousands of students, including Cheryl Vogel. University students voted Vernon their favorite professor at SMU for ten consecutive years. Find links on our homepage to read a synopsis of Mary Vernon’s career and influence written by Julie England and Lin Medlin, and a feature by Gail Sachson in Patron magazine.

Mary Vernon will give an artist talk on Saturday, October 14, 11:00am, at Valley House.

“Mary Vernon: Paintings” will be on view through October 28, at Valley House.

A second Mary Vernon exhibition “Painting is Drawing” is on view at The Grace Museum in Abilene. The Artist Reception will be Saturday, October 7, 5:00pm-7:00pm, at The Grace Museum. The Grace Museum has compiled a time-lapse video of the installation, and will soon post an interview with Mary online. Stay tuned!

In case you missed “The Art of Painting: A Conversation with President Bush’s Art Instructors” at The George W. Bush Presidential Center with Sedrick Huckaby, Gail Norfleet, and Jim Woodson, find a link to watch it at http://www.valleyhouse.com

Also on our homepage, a link to watch an interview with Cheryl Vogel and Jeff Levine on moderndallastv about our recent TREES exhibition.

Congratulations to Brian Cobble who received an award at the Pastel Society of America’s Annual Exhibition, on view through September 30, at The National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South, New York.

If you purchased tickets for this Saturday’s CADD Mystery Dinner, plan to stop by Valley House on your way to dinner to see Mary Vernon’s exhibition! Proceeds from the Mystery Dinner fund a CADD Scholarship to a graduating senior from Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts.

Save-the-date for the opening reception on Saturday, November 4, 6:00pm-8:00pm, for an exhibition celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth year of Donald S. Vogel, artist and founder of Valley House Gallery.

We look forward to seeing you!

Cheryl and Kevin Vogel
Laura Green
Valley House Gallery
6616 Spring Valley Road, Dallas, Texas 75254
972-239-2441

Hours: 10:00am-5:00pm, Monday-Saturday

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Dallas Contemporary’s MEMBERS ONLY OPENING CELEBRATION Sept. 28

Invisible Cities – Moving Images from Asia

McDermott & McGough – I’ve Seen the Future and I’m Not Going

Kiki Smith – Mortal

Reception for Members, Thursday Sept. 28, 7-19pm

On Exhibit through December 17

Dallas Contemporary – join now http://dallascontemporary.org/membership.html

61 Glass Street Dallas Texas 75207 USA +214 821 2522

 

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Art in the Metroplex Grand Finale

FORT WORTH COMMUNITY ARTS CENTER IS PROUD TO PRESENT:
Art in the Metroplex Grand Finale

EXHIBITION DATES: October 6 – October 25, 2017 RECEPTION: Friday, October 6, 2017 6pm-9pm

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION – September 15, 2017

Art in the Metroplex was first held in 1983. At its root, the exhibit was the brainchild of two people who wanted to work together. Beth Lea Clardy was an established Fort Worth artist, a 1940 graduate of the TCU art program and one of a quartet of concerned citizens who in 1978 founded the non-profit Committee for an Artists’ Center. Ronald Watson was an artist and educator on the faculty of the TCU Department of Art and Art History. He assumed the chairmanship of the TCU art department in 1982 with a goal of “seeking greater collaboration between the university and Fort Worth artists and organizations. Through its proud 33 year history, Art in the Metroplex has exhibited the work of thousands of local artists but much like all great things, it too must come to an end. Watch for details about a new show at this time next year in its place.

CALL TO ARTISTS: Open call to all artists in the DFW Metroplex and surrounding areas – Tarrant, Dallas, Collin, Cooke, Denton, Ellis, Grayson, Hill, Hood, Hunt, Jack, Johnson, Kaufmann, Navarro, Palo Pinto, Parker, Rockwall, Somervell and Wise. Open to artists over the age of 18, all disciplines with no theme. All medias including oils, acrylics, pastels, watercolors, prints, drawings, mixed media, sculpture, video, installation, photography, and digital art. Art in the Metroplex Grand Finale will occur in our premier, 3000 square foot, Front Gallery at The Arts Center. All artwork must be original and must not infringe upon any copyright or the rights of any person.

prospectus and application

PRIZES:

·          Grand Prize Winner: Solo Show in our Main Gallery at Art7, a storefront gallery located on Crockett St. in Fort Worth’s bustling 7th Street area.

·          Runners Up: A group exhibition occurring simultaneously as the solo show in the Back section of the Art7 Gallery.

·          Acme Brick Award: $500

·          FWADA Award: $500

ABOUT THE JUROR: Judy Tedford Deaton, Chief Curator and Director of Exhibitions and Collections, has been curating exhibitions and overseeing the art and history collections at The Grace Museum since 2006. She is responsible for concept development, installation and interpretation of twelve art exhibitions annually. She is an author, art historian, frequent guest speaker, art consultant, art juror and panelist at museums and conferences such as American Alliance of Museums (AAM), Texas Association of Museums (TAM), Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas (CADD), Mountain Plains Museum Association (MPMA), and the Center for the Advancement and Study of Early Texas Art (CASETA). Deaton is currently a member for the CASETA board of directors and served on the 2015 Arts Create Grant Panel for the Texas Commission on the Arts (TCA) and was recently featured in the National Endowment for the Humanities, Humanities publication. She is also the recipient of CASETA awards for outstanding publications and exhibitions in 2014, 2015 and 2016 and the MPMA 2009 award for exhibition art publications.

ABOUT US: Located at 1300 Gendy Street, the FWCAC is part of the most architecturally significant museum districts in the United States. The striking modern Herbert Bayer building (with a later O’Neil Ford addition) opened to the public in 1954 as home to one of the most prestigious and oldest collecting organizations in the state of Texas, the Modern Museum of Fort Worth. When, in 2002, the Modern moved down the street, the Fort Worth Community Arts Center opened. The building has exhibited world class art and supported the performing arts for more than half a century. The Arts Council manages the FWCAC, provides leadership and funding to local arts organizations through our competitive Grants Program and administers the Fort Worth Public Art program.

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Amahigueré Dolo opening Sept. 14 in Denton


The Greater Denton Arts Council presents
Dɔ̀gɔ̀w Adouron Bew (Components of the Dogon World) by Amahigueré Dolo
L’Univers Dogon: La Fondation (The Dogon Universe: The Foundation) by Souleymane Ouologuem
presented in partnership with the Menil Collection
Gough Gallery, Patterson-Appleton Arts Center, Denton TX
Opening Reception, Thursday, September 14, 2017, 6 – 8 PM
September 15 – December 2, 2017

https://dentonarts.com/exhibitions/

Malian sculptor Amahigueré Dolo is internationally recognized for creating expressive wood forms and drawings on the crumpled surfaces of re-purposed cement paper. His installation Adouron Bew (Components of the World), 2007, just completed an exhibition at The Menil Collection, his first presentation of work in an American museum and will travel to the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center this fall. The exhibition will also feature work by Malian artist, Souleymane Ouologuem.

Special thanks to our generous exhibit sponsors: Harry Tappan Heher and Jean-Edouard van Praet, Dr. Marquis Nuby, Harry and Linda Eaddy, Rev. Reginald T. Logan, Sr and Bonnie R. Logan, Dr. Simon and Dell Allo, Roni and John Beasley, Carolyn Mohair, Reginald and Lisa Hill, Jagoe-Public Company, Delamar Marketing, Charlie and Olivia Walker

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Carlyn Ray opening Sept. 16 at JM Gallery

Join JM Gallery Saturday, September 16, from 5 until 8 for our opening reception featuring glass sculpture by Carlyn Ray.

JM Gallery
1722 Routh Street, Suite 106, Dallas, Tx 75201

Acclaimed glass artist Carlyn Ray and her team work in a mysterious medium—molten sand, at the temperature of lava, formed with one’s breath, hand, and gravity into delicate, crystal forms. Glass. It can transmit or reflect light; it can be solid and strong or thin and fragile; it can outlive us for hundreds of years or break in an instant. Formed at volcanic temperatures and blown into beguiling shapes, Carlyn’s glass works capture both the magic of the medium and the passion of its creators. Her distinctive forms include large-scale weavings made from rippling strips of colored glass woven together by metal and wire; illuminated panels; flowing collections of crystal ribbons; vessels; chandeliers; and much more. But no matter the form, each piece is full of light and energy and has the power to transform space with its brilliant, shimmering colors.

Carlyn is the lead designer, artist, and owner of Carlyn Ray Designs. At a young age she discovered an unrelenting passion for glass and a desire to be involved in community art projects. After receiving her BFA from The College of William and Mary, she trained with various master glass artists around the world, including Dale Chihuly, for whom she worked on project management, scheduling, glassblowing, and managing the daily activities in the hot shop. She has also worked at the Corning Museum of Glass, where she worked alongside other master artists creating works and educating the public about glass. Carlyn has now come full circle to build a multi-talented team with a focus on creating large-scale custom projects for and with the community.

ABOUT JM GALLERY // JM Gallery offers works of art on paper and sculptural forms that engage both the eye and the mind. The gallery promotes artists who create smart, visually compelling work and showcases their art in a space that is inviting and accessible. JM Gallery is committed to working closely with artists as they develop their work and careers and to developing lasting relationships with collectors. In collaboration with area schools and non-profits, they enrich the creative community by teaching artists and collectors about navigating the complex world of art.

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Esther Pearl Watson – Blackhole Backfiire opening Sept. 17 at Webb Gallery

BLACKHOLE BACKFIRE OPENING
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17TH
 AT
WEBB GALLERY – WAXAHACHIE
New artwork by Esther Pearl Watson

September 17 – December 17, 2017

opening celebration: Sunday, Sept. 17th 4-7pm

   with music by western swing accordion sweetheart Ginny Mac
WEBB GALLERY
gallery open Saturdays & Sundays 1-5pm
209 W. Franklin – downtown Waxahachie, Texas

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The World Through My Lens: A Kaleidoscope of Photographs Around the World

“The World Through My Lens: A Kaleidoscope of Photographs Around the World” is an exceptional exhibit of the photography of Klaus Mayer. A lover of the camera since childhood, he has developed his craft into a career. Traveling the world has given him many subjects to share with the viewer through his eyes. From the skies above to the seas below, all the landscape and architecture in between can be seen through his lens. An Evening with the Artist is planned for Thursday, September 14th from 7 to 9 pm at Keller Town Hall.

Klaus Mayer is a self-taught awarded photographer. He was born and raised in Germany and moved with his family to the United States in 2008. They first lived in Atlanta, Georgia before moving to Keller, Texas in 2011.

For more information visit www.cityofkeller.com/publicarts or call 817-743-4000.

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VOICE exhibit at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center

Oak Cliff Cultural Center proudly presents VOICE, an exhibit featuring new works by artists Jeremy Biggers, Sam Lao, Hatziel, Sammy Rat Rios, Drigo, and Odessa Buggs. Voice will be on display from September 9th – October 13th. An artist reception wase held on Saturday, September 9th from5:30pm – 8:00pm. Both exhibit and reception are be free and open to the public.

Oak Cliff Cultural Center
223 W. Jefferson Boulevard

Tuesday / Thursday
1pm – 9pm
Wednesday / Friday
1pm – 6pm

Saturday
11am – 6pm
Sunday
Closed

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2017 National Animal Art Show — Reception Sept. 10

2017 16th Annual National Animal Art Juried Exhibition

AUGUST 27 – SEPTEMBER 29, 2017

Jaycee Park Center for the Arts

RECEPTION Sunday Sept. 10, 2-4pm

This year 101 artists entered 238 pieces of artwork, 65 of which were selected for display. Juror is Patsy Lindamood.

Accepted artists:

Kerry Adcock, Arlington TX
*Tina Alvarez,
Flower Mound TX
*Helen Bailey CPSA, McKinney TX
Deborah Beardslee, Rochester NY
Judi Betts,
Baton Rouge LA
Marilyn Bourbon, Coppell TX
Crista Bromley, Burnet TX
Tyler Cochran,
Euless TX
*Ruben Contreras Grand Prairie TX
Janae Corrado,
Little Elm TX
*Steve Danner, Duncanville TX
Vicki Duron,
Stanley NM
*Julie England,
Dallas TX
John Fernandez,
Fort Worth TX
Debbie Flynn, Oklahoma City OK
*Ramona Freeman, Murchison TX
*Sharon Giles,
Irving TX
Renate Grupp,
Trophy Club TX
Brenda Guyton,
Dallas TX
*Ann Hardy, Colleyville TX
Carol Henrichs, College Station TX
Justin Higgs,
Dallas TX
Krista Hulsman,
Hurst TX
Robin Ingle,
Cedar Hll TX
Iwona Jankowski, Magnolia TX
Elaine Jary,
Bedford TX
*Amy Keng,
Carrollton TX
Dawn Kostenko Kerbs, Burleson TX
Deb LaFogg,
Boynton Beach FL
PJ Lenorovitz,
San Tan Valley AZ
*Sheliah Lonian,
Plano TX
Megan Merz, Pittsburgh PA
Steve Miller,
Grand Prairie TX
Pama Monfries,
Point Venture TX
Susie Monzingo, Benbrook TX
Paul Murray, Jamestown RI
Donna Myers,
Celeste TX
Shelby Prindaville, Leavenworth KS
Sonja Quarles,
Fort Worth TX
Denise Remfert, Copper Canyon TX
*Gwen Revino, Carrollton TX
Jan Riggins,
Fort Worth TX
Terri Rosenblum, Franklin Lakes NJ
*Dulce Ruqué, Lewisville TX
*Valorie Sams,
Holly Lake Ranch TX
Gail Shelton, CPSA Winnfield LA
Betty Smith,
Celeste TX
Dotty Umphress, Irving TX
*Mary Ann Vela,
Irving TX
*Heather Ward,
Los Alamos NM
P.K. Williams, Albuquerque NM
Kathleen Zann Isacson, New York NY
Michelle Zeidman, Seattle WA
Judy Zipkes,
Addison TX

*indicates IAA member

To see all the featured art in the Preview Gallery, go to http://irvingart.org.

 

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“ArtCult: An Exhibit of Contemporary Art from East Java”

The Artists Showplace Gallery presents “ArtCult: An Exhibit of Contemporary Art from East Java”. The show will be on exhibit from Saturday, September 9 through Saturday, September 23. The opening reception, which will take place on Saturday, September 9 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., will feature the works of 39 artists from the multicultural art community of Koperjati in East Java, as well as Indonesian music by The Asik Tone Band and Indonesian dance by the Linda Berryhill and Nancy Lopez Dance Group. Complimentary wine and snacks from Java will be served.

For more information, call the gallery at 972-233-1223 or visit www.theartistsshowplace.com.

The Artists Showplace Gallery

15615 Coit Road, Suite 230

The Shops at Spanish Village

Dallas, Texas 75248

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Emerging Artist Showcase at ArtSpace Metropolitan Press

Emerging Artist Showcase
Showing: September 5-26, 2017 | Artist Reception: Thursday, September 14, 6-9pm

ArtSpace hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-4:30pm & for the Artist Reception, August 10, 6-9pm

Open to the public, the ArtSpace gallery is located inside the Metropolitan Press building at 1250 Majesty Drive in Dallas. We feature both up-and-coming and established artists on a monthly rotation. To find out more or if you are an artist interested in showing, contact us through our website, www.metpressinc.com

 

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Textures of Abstration opens Sept. 9 at the Genius Den

Join us at Genius Den September 9 from 6 to 9pm for the opening reception of “Textures of Abstraction” featuring artists Margo Miller, Andreanna Taylor, and Krista Miller discovering the textures of abstraction. Curated by Andrew Kochie, this exhibit displays the harmony of contrasts between texture and color.

GeniusDen offers 10,000sqft of office space, networking events and educational opportunities to help Dallas startup founders grow their businesses including monthly rotating art exhibits every second Saturday of the month. More information at http://www.geniusden.com

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Drawing and Painting exhibit by Students at the Cora Stafford Gallery

Drawing and Painting Junior Review

Cora Stafford Gallery
University of North Texas
http://gallery.unt.edu
August 30, 2017 to September 16, 2017

Drawing and Painting Junior Review, Fall 2017 supervised by Hanna Pettyjohn.

This exhibition is a compilation of undergraduate Drawing and Painting majors in their junior year. The exhibiton will be open August 30th through September 16th from 1 to 5pm. The reception will take place August 31st from 5 to 7pm in the Cora Stafford Gallery.

Artists in the Exhibition

Elisha Smith
Madison Underwood
Michelle Hinojosa
Jennifer Lindquist
Kendall Bose
Marianna Seaton
Jaime Flores

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EIGHT: Curated by Art Room opens Sept. 9

Artwork:
Tiger Hunting in Korea, Oil on panel, 16 x 20 inches, 2016

“EIGHT” 
On exhibit September 9 – 27, 2017 
With reception from 6 – 9 pm on Saturday, September 9th

Exhibited at the
Fort Worth Community Arts Center
1300 Gendy St
Fort Worth, TX 76107

http://fwcac.com


Art Room is pleased to announce its upcoming group exhibition “EIGHT” in conjunction with the Fort Worth Art Dealer’s Association’s Fall Gallery Night 2017. Exhibited at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, “EIGHT” represents the work of local, regional, and national artists, including Charis Ammon, Lauren Hana Chai, Alicia Eggert, Nathaniel Evans, Mariell Guzman, Jessica McClendon, and Melissa Mohammadi.

The artists featured in “EIGHT” transform their blank canvases – whether that be linen, paper, yupo, or the landscape – into rhythmic, gestural works that express a curiosity of self, time, and place. Through a narrative exploration of the personification of inanimate objects, Charis Ammon’s paintings consider the way in which borders and portals affect proprietorship. Her window blinds, fences, and walls bring about questions regarding one’s relationship with the “inside and outside world.” Lauren Hana Chai creates work using unconventional methodologies that include mixed media and oil on a variety of matrixes that reference her multicultural Eastern / Western upbringing. Her work reflects her own identity, as well as addresses taboo, feminism, sexuality, violation, and oppression. While using time and language as artistic materials, Alicia Eggert investigates the notion of absence and presence through an exploration of cycles, time, and weather. Her work questions the way one understands the past, present, and future in combination with the way one relates her or himself to time and experience.

“EIGHT” will run through September 27, 2017, at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center. Gallery hours are MondayFriday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. For additional information please contact Nathan Madrid, Katie Murray, or Deedra Baker at artroomfw@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.

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Fort Worth Art Collective at The Grackle Art Gallery

The Grackle Art Gallery, a non-profit art space, presents the Fort Worth Art Collective, a group of professional artists working in a variety of media, featuring Rachel Barminski Bounds, Bill Barter, Lou Chapman, Sherri Woodard Coffey, Lisa Cunningham, Mike Cunningham, Cynthia Lewis, Linda Little, Vicki Owen, Allison Proulx, Susan Sitzes, Pam Stern and Bernardo Vallarino.

Saturday, Sept. 9th, noon to 11:00pm – artist’s reception 5-8pm

4621 El Campo Fort Worth, Texas 76107.

http://grackleartgallery.com/

 

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Sour Grapes: Studio Practice Exhibit at Mountain View

Mountain View College Cliff Gallery is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition  Sour Grapes: Studio Practice  Aug 28 – Sept 22

Opening Reception and Party with 
Mariachi Los Unicos de Greiner Middle School:
Friday, Sept 15, 2017 6-9pm.
Exhibition and reception are open and free to the public.

https://www.sourgrapescrew.com/    (Sour Grapes Crew)

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Designed to Dine Artist’s Reception

Come and join us at “TEAplusART” for our Artist’s Reception for our “Design to Dine” September show. HOUSTON’s Fall Ceramic Tableware Show.

The exhibition will feature handmade items for the well-appointed dining table, including plates, chargers, bowls, candle holders, tureens, ladles, centerpieces, spoons, forks, knives, drinking vessels, etc. Come and look at some beautiful and utilitarian art pieces and hob-nob and mingle with the artists behind them!

Reception will be held from 1-5PM, snacks and refreshments will be served. Admission is free. http://teaplusart.com/

This exhibition will run from September 2 – September 30 and will be available for viewing

Wednesday 10AM-5PM

Thursday – Saturday 10AM-7PM

Sunday 12PM-5PM

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The Essential Nature and Freddie McCoo exhibitions at the Bath House

 

Join us for the opening reception of our two new art exhibitions
Saturday, September 2, 20177-9 PM
Featuring live music by Percussion Things – Free and open to the public
Resurface: Artwork by Freddie McCoo

Freddie McCoo’s experiences growing up in St. Louis, Missouri, began to shape his core of artistic sensibilities from an early age. His modest upbringing, careful observation of the world around him, and subsequent deep interest in subjects that focus on social, economic, political, cultural and spiritual issues are clearly manifested in his paintings, murals, and mixed media art.

Freddie’s work is constantly in a state of evolution. Some of his earlier works depict themes that draw inspiration from music, relationships, and the predicaments of living in a disadvantaged community. The artist presently continues to revisit those topics, but his interests have broadened to include concepts that investigate biblical imagery, history, cultural identity, and contemporary political concerns. When it comes to his style and technique, some might suggest that his experience working in large scale murals has provided the artist with the dexterity and clarity to infuse all of his works—through his choices of colors, textures, composition, and scale—with an admirable sense of monumentality and relevance.

A common feature in Freddie’s work is the use of symbols and texts, which often require thorough exploration by the viewer and, often, a bit of decoding. Freddie explains that he has come to appreciate the diversity of symbols and text as long-standing tools of visual communication. He states: “When thoughtfully juxtaposed, both text and symbol can become significantly more relevant and thus begin to reveal certain deep-seated truths.”


The Essential Nature

Featuring artwork by Ruda Anderson, Maureen Brouillette, Jenny DeLaughter, Viola Delgado, Cecelia Feld, Nancy Ferro, Susan Lecky, Mylan Nguyen, Silvia Thornton, Cecilia Thurman, Edith Torres Avendano,and Sarita Westrup.

In every creative discipline, artists express their experiences and emotions in innumerable ways. The methods, techniques, or arrangements that artists choose to illustrate their works’ central idea or principal theme are unsurprisingly diverse, given the universe of perspectives, beliefs, and personal partialities with which artists view the world. Art forms also vary in the degree of extensiveness or simplicity demonstrated by artists as they explore and communicate a message. Whereas some literary works employ long texts that are written with the intention of expanding on a main topic to offer a more meticulous study of a subject through further elaboration, visual art tends to be a deliberate process of elimination and reduction used by many artists to strip concepts and thoughts to their bare essentials.

This exhibition examines the notion that a work of visual art is fully capable of conveying, effectively and economically, complex ideas and narratives. The pieces presented in the show demonstrate that a picture is worth the meaning of ten thousand words. Whether with representational or abstract works, the participating artists express a multiplicity of messages with art that stand for qualities such as clarity, conciseness and simplification. The practical task—intentional or otherwise—of reducing unnecessary elements during the making of visual art does not subtract substance from the works. Reduction of elements in visual arts, normally, does not translate into a dilution of meaning; instead, it leads to an experience where the art reveals only the most indispensable and utterly fundamental aspects of the narratives and concepts investigated by the artists.


The Bath House Cultural Center is a facility of the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs

Bath House Cultural Center
521 E. Lawther Dr. Dallas, TX 75218 • White Rock Lake

 

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