Level Gallery (Formerly WAAS Gallery)

Level Gallery (Formerly WAAS Gallery)



2722 Logan St.

Dallas, TX 75215


Figment Dallas 5x7 Art Race

Level Gallery (Formerly WAAS Gallery)

March 31, 2018 | 6–10 pm

The Five x Seven Art Race features over 150 original works of art by Texas artists, all hung anonymously, and all within the dimensions of 5×7 inches. The show includes works by Steve Cruz, Patricia Rodriguez, Tom Sale, Clay Austin, Giraud Polite, Cody Phillips, Andy Don Emmons, Brett Ardoin, Taylor Effin Cleveland, Amber Campagna, Ellen Soderquist, Jim Drebelbis, Lisa Oakes, Emily Loving, Rebecca Boatman, Chuck Miller, Dwayne Carter, Carlos Ruiz, Kelley Cheek, Scott Powers, Kim Eden, Denise Keeping, Levi Hollandsworth, Dawn Dreyer, Mark Kaplan, Michael Krolczyk, Misty Amber Moore, Simple Civilian, Taylor Ellis, Liz Holden, Marla Zeigler, Merry Fuher, Juliette McCullough, ST Arts, Sheila Cunningham, Suzi Migdol, Patricia Heidel, Melissa Dowell, & Meredith Buie. curated by Suza Kanon and Christi Nielsen.The 5x7 art race for FIGMENT Dallas is curated by Christi Nielsen, and Suza Kanon.


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