Carillon Gallery - Tarrant County College South
September 8 - October 25, 2015
An exhibition of works by Brad Moody and Randall Mosmon. Known for their aggressive use of line and color, Moody and Mosmon's works have deep personal significance. The pieces in the exhibition consist of ripped and painted monotypes and transfers that go against the precise, process-based elements of printmaking.
Artist Ryder Richards’ hybrid church pulpit and science fiction control station connects his various ideas of modernist universalism and the roles of global standardization.
Artist Lindsay McCulloch’s first solo show in Texas features her new series of silk screens and oil paintings.
New paintings and works on paper by Houston-born Austin-based Dana Frankfort.
Monotypes created during Guthmiller’s 2013-2014 residency at TCCS. (He also publishes the zine SHAPES.) For this show, Lee Escobedo (of THRWD) wrote the catalog essay!
Barnaby Fitzgerald curates objects by the outsider artist. Also in the press release: “The displayed objects are not for sale. They belong to a private...Read More
Molzberger is a German artist who has been working with some of the last Holocaust survivors to create an exhibition that honors their hardships and...Read More
Influenced by abstract expressionism and post-painterly abstraction, Walker uses three-dimensional shapes and flat elements to create images with acrylic paint.
New prints and books by the Tarrant County College South Artist in Residence.
Artists Charlie Brand, William Bacarella, Evita Cortez, and Emily Peacock show feminity in various mediums. Curated by Erika Duque.
Exhibition of large scale paintings and painted photographs that deal with Collin’s poetic recollections of the land in Germany and the weight of this remembrance...Read More
Car art, curated by Benjamin Bascombe, Deputy Director of the Pollock Gallery at SMU.
Spanish Artist Carla Nicolas creates deeply caressed and loved surfaces for her books that reflect hours of attention and touch; this is at once both...Read More
Local artist Rusty Scruby and Brooklyn artist Sara Pringle explore the realities around them and in the process investigate their own identities and place in...Read More
This is the first exhibit in Texas for either Caine or McCulloch (shown), who are both Massachusetts-based painters and printmakers. They will be giving lectures...Read More
Smith, a Guggenheim Fellow in Sculpture and Drawing, will be running some workshops when he comes to town from New York for the opening. Contact...Read More