Cohn Drennan Contemporary
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Rusiloski’s landscape fusion paintings, Menza’s ongoing jazz influenced compositions and Drennan’s new textural studies based on her earlier series incorporating international symbolism.
Marko is a recent transplant to Oklahoma City from Belgrade, via the United Kingdom where he has been living and working since 1991. He’s a...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
The inauguration of Gallery A at Cohn Drennan Contemporary, featuring paintings and works on paper by Texas artist, Betty Sewell.
Cande Aguilar, Frank Day, Jerome Deppe, Jim Harrison, Kaloyan Iliev (Kokimoto), Christopher Olivier, Lanny Quarles, Jason Reynaga and Cohn Drennan co-opt historical icons, and exploit...Read More
Paintings and works on paper by artists David Carlson (Arlington, VA) and Cecil Touchon (Pagosa Springs, CO) demonstrate that the impact of Asian art didn’t...Read More
Opens Saturday, September 10, 6–8 pm NY artist Margaret Evangeline paints with bullets, piercing sheets of stainless steel. Suguru Hiraide (Wichita Fallas, TX) adapts Japanese...Read More
Texas artists new to the gallery, but not necessarily new to Dallas. To spotlight the “versatility of and enthusiasm” of Texas art and artists, Cohn...Read More
Four more Texas artists all practicing the decorative Howard Sherman style semi-abstraction that is so popular with collectors these days. Michael Blair (Denton), Jesus De...Read More
Richard Dana, Christopher Olivier, and Lanny Quarles explore the realms of digital and computer assisted imagery.
earth.water features the work of Steve Hilton and Janis Goodman. Hilton, known for his floor installations created from thousands of fired ceramic pieces, exhibits wall...Read More
Cohn Drennan Contemporary presents an exhibition of three sets of couples entitled pARTners with works by Angel Fernandez and Winter Rusiloski, Tony Dyke and Susan...Read More
Cohn Drennan Contemporary gallery is converted into an oversize graphic novel created by Jerome Deppe and Gentlemen Obscura titled Showtunes for the Damned.
Cohn Drennan Contemporary partners with artist Cande Aguilar to present his interpretation of "The Border" as an artist living in Brownsville, TX. In the exhibition...Read More
A new gallery in the Dallas Design District opens this Fall! Representing regional, national and international contemporary artists, Cohn Drennan Contemporary unleashes an inaugural group...Read More