|January Conversation Series Live on Instagram @crisworley|
|Becca Booker Saturday, Jan. 30 | 11am|
|On January 30th, our final installment of the January Conversation Series will be a conversation with CWFA artist Becca Booker and Cris Worley. Audience members are invited to join in by submitting their questions and comments. Booker’s current solo exhibition, Microscopic is on view at the gallery through February 13th.|
|Robert Lansden & Todd Camplin CWFA artist Robert Lansden and special guest, Todd Camplin of Holly Johnson Gallery in conversation live on Instagram, January 16, 2021.|
|Ruben Nieto & John Pomara CWFA Artist Ruben Nieto, and John Pomara of Barry Whistler Gallery in conversation live on Instagram, January 23, 2021.|
Cris Worley Fine Arts has resumed regular gallery hours 11-5 pm, Tuesday – Saturday, but we strongly encourage that our visitors contact us to schedule an appointment at 214-745-1415 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We respectfully ask that our visitors wear a face mask at this time.
Thank you, our friends and patrons, for your support of the gallery and our artists!
|Captions: Becca Booker, Magenta and Orange, 2020, oil, ink on panel, 16 x 24 inches Robert Lansden, Wheel of Time 6, 2020, watercolor on paper, 30h x 30w inches Ruben Nieto, Mickey Musketeer with a Pipe (detail), 2020, oil on canvas, 71 x 49 inches Paul Manes, Animus Mundi, 2019, oil on canvas, 78 x 104 inches Joshua Hagler, Between Earth and Here (detail), 2020, mixed media on canvas and burlap, 120 x 92 inches Celia Eberle, City of Bones (detail), 2020, carved bone, 12.5 x 78.5 x 9 inches|