A group exhibition featuring paintings by Arturo Mallmann, sculptures by Andy Myers, and mixed media works by Raymond Saa.
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A three-artist exhibition featuring new paintings by Gregg Coker and Jackson Hammack and sculpture by Chris Mason.
Gooden’s abstract paintings, Kary’s sculptures made of found objects, and miniature paintings by Denton-based artist Carolyn McAdams and California artist Todd Carpenter.
A three-person exhibition of ultra-realist painters Yrjo Edelmann, Tracey Harris, and David Crismon.
Three solo shows make up the fall opener at Craighead-Green: 2014 Huntington-Prize winner Winston Lee Mascarenhas will show new encaustic works; Memphis-based Jeri Ledbetter presents her signature abstract paintings; […]
Huge kudos to Craighead-Green for keeping the tradition of discovering and promoting young artists for 21 years. (pictured: detail of image by Paxton Maroney)
Craighead Green Gallery presents the 4th installment of First Launch featuring the figurative paintings of Ft. Worth artist Devon Nowlin.
Kenneth Craighead, Steve Green and Scot Presley are extremely excited and grateful to announce Craighead Green Gallery’s 20th anniversary in conjunction with our September opening […]
The 2012 juror is Lollie Tompkins, Visual Arts Coordinator, Booker T. Washington High School For The Performing and Visual Arts
New works by four gallery artists.
John Hathorn is presenting The Cardinalis Sketches, a new body of work in which the color red formally and conceptually serves as a point of […]
Peter Burega’s abstracted landscapes make theri gallery debut in Dallas. Dallas artist Pamela Nelson’s debut exhibition with Craighead Green is titled “TEXTiles”. Native Dallasite Shawn […]
Recent work referencing the relationship between Eastern and Western cultures from UT Tyler MFA student Ghuge. Abstracted wedding gowns made of disposable paper plates and […]
Opens Saturday, September 10, 5–8 pm
Craighead-Green’s annual Texas-wide juried show: 2011 juror Marcie Inman, Director of the Irving Arts Center, filters out nearly 60 emerging Texas artists from 1000 entries.