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An exhibition featuring photographs from Jason Lee’s upcoming book, A Plain View. The images “were made throughout Texas over the course of four separate road trips in...Read More
A show of abstract paintings by Dallas-based artist Matt Clark. In his work, Clark aims to “explore consciousness and emotion.”
A show of Al Souza’s puzzle works. The pieces in the exhibition are meant to challenge the definition of painting by “altering traditions of medium and application.”
An exhibition of still life artworks. The show will feature works by Aimee Cardoso, Erika Duque, William Greiner, and Marilyn Waligore.
A show of paintings, prints, and collages by William Greiner and photographs by Nancy Lamb.
An exhibition of new paintings and objects by Jim Malone. In this show, Malone attempts to “create a new perspective on the collective relationship with nature and...Read More
An exhibition by Dallas artist Carly Allen-Martin. “The artist’s latest body of work focuses on the physical application of various mediums, emphasizing rich colors, layers, textures,...Read More
An exhibition juried by Kimbell Art Museum director Eric M. Lee. The show is open to artists residing in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Louisiana, and Arkansas.
A greatest hits exhibition featuring works by Artspace111 artists and invited artists.
Exhibition by Daniel Blagg, a Texas native. These urban realist paintings capture scenes of decayed, neglected, and abandoned areas.
An exhibition of landscapes.
New works by Janet Chaffee. By using a variety of mediums, the artist tries to hint at themes of “nostalgia and progression.”
An exhibition of works by artists employed by Fort Worth art museums. “The employees of these organizations, ranging from gallery attendants to administrators, are surrounded...Read More
A solo exhibition of works by artist Winter Rusiloski. Flirting the line between painting and collage, Rusiloski’s works combine disparate elements to create sublime compositions.
An exhibition of Artspace111 artists, including Alice Bateman, Daniel Blagg, Dennis Blagg, Michelle Brandley, Danville Chadbourne, Matt Clark, Barbara Dybala, Ann Ekstrom, Pat Gabriel, Sarah Green,...Read More
The second annual regional exhibition, juried by artist Vernon Fisher and including a wide variety of works by over 65 Texas artists.
For this exhibition of new paintings, photographs and small sculptures by Fort Worth artist Devon Nowlin that speak to ideas of marketing, personal image, and...Read More
The Gang’s All Here chronicles the last 30 years of artist Nancy Lamb’s career. The show kicks off on March 28 as a part of...Read More
A group show featuring paintings and prints by artists Daniel Blagg, Ty Wilcox, Maureen Brouillette and David Leonard
Works from the individual artists in the collective HOMECOMING! Committee. Including Christopher M. Bond, Bradly Brown, Ryan Goolsby, Courtney Hamilton, Timothy Harding, Shelby Meier, Devon...Read More
A book on penmanship is the inspiration for these video and works on paper. In an attempt to copy the lettering, the flaws in Brandley’s...Read More
E. Luanne McKinnon writes, “We find something of the cinematic and perhaps the literary too…. And in all of their work the essence of time...Read More
An exhibition of works on paper.
Ivey’s subject matter consists of found objects which are transformed through her serene compositions.
Haley-Henman presents Nick Troilo: New Paintings. His paintings follow the lineage of American Color Field painters.
Artspace111 announces Plastic Nature, a solo show featuring the paintings of Ann Ekstrom. Ekstrom’s large-scale oil and watercolor paintings explore the beauty of vintage jewelry and...Read More
Featuring Artspace111 Artists, and a yarn-bombong of the gallery!
This all-female group show features figurative prints and paintings from artists Michelle Brandley, Sarah Green, Nancy Lamb and Devon Nowlin.
Large-scale paintings depict dense forest scenes. Trees and tangled underbrush alternate with dappled or streaming sunlight. Viewed from a distance, the paintings and prints are...Read More
Photographs in palladium and color depicting survival and irreparable loss.