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Symbolic amalgamations, of collaged symbols and text, influenced by “outsider” artists such as Bill Traylor and Simon Rodia with a knowing post-modern twist.
In Miller’s small-scale acrylic paintings of an imagined, not too distant future familiar objects and places are integrated with islands shaped like thumbs and fantastical [...]
A dozen acclaimed ice artists from around the country use chainsaws and blow torches to battle for the grand prize: ice master Buddy Rasmussen will [...]
A high-definition video animation of bits and pieces of pop culture icons and pulp fiction figures. In a slow-rolling tour, figures, body parts, buildings, and [...]
A solo exhibition of paintings: Williams’ new urban landscapes of industrial American roadsides.
Soft, voluptuous, colorful, human-scale sculptures by Fort Worth artist Angel Fernande explore masculinity. Dallas-based Kit Reisch, currently living in Prague focuses on his experience as [...]
The second Gallery A exhibition at Cohn Drennan Contemporary featured miniaturized versions of Aguilar’s larger paintings, some made of actual scrapings of pigment, others are [...]
Sculptural works of art by two Dallas artists who use materials commonly associated with construction. Goode will be exhibiting The Haunted Mesa, an installation exploring [...]
Cohen recently returned from a sojourn to southern Italy, where he reflected on the nature of paint and human perception.
Insistently abstract, mathematical, conceptual, and geometric paintings, constructed entirely from numerical rhythms and proportions.
The inaugural meeting of the loosely-organized Montrose Improvement Bureau (M.I.B) to discuss innovative approaches to improve the Montrose community. Murals, bus stop benches, weed whacking, [...]
A solo show reflecting Palmer’s thoughts on the subjects of buildings and culture, buildings and the environment, and they way in which our constructed world [...]
Works based upon collective memebers’ relationship with a particular place, landform, landscape, topography, or state of current residence.
Recent paintings of people and animals exploring the dream state.
New urban landscapes of industrial American roadsides, emphasizing a sense of abandonment. In the video gallery: Barry Anderson’s Junk Yard, an HD video animation of [...]
Printmaking by big-name contemporary Artists Eric Fischl, Alex Katz, Barbara Kruger, Sherrie Levine, Brice Marden, David Rabinowitch and Terry Winters, selected from the Peter Blum [...]
Photographs of arboglyphs, intended to illustrate the pain that man projects from the self onto the natural environment.
Three Dallas area artists with a close affinity for found and collected materials, and sympathetic with the Japanese aesthetic of Wabi-sabi, a complicated sensibility that [...]
A large scale installation by Dallas artist Eric Eley. Improvised skeletal structures and nets suspended from the ceiling of the gallery explore visual and architectural [...]
Frick hand-builds rhythmic works and installations from modest materials that stimulate the neural processing of memory. Recycled cardboard, hand towels, junk mail, gallery cards, old [...]