In this exhibition composed primarily of granulated sugar, artist Janet Morrow examines the notion of sweetness and our ambiguous reactions to it.
Gallery 76102 (UT Arlington/Fort Worth Center)
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Novus ordo seclorum (Latin for “New Order of the Ages”) appears on the reverse of the Great Seal of the United States, first designed in […]
An installation exploring feelings of frustration, despair and disappointment as they relate to life in a superficial, postmodern society aims to surround and bombard the […]
New father Dulock‘s photocollages and poetic art critic Jessica Fuentes works about memory.
Twenty-two mixed-media works by “visual poet” and UTA prof Melba Northum, who grafts together everyday objects to conjure visual lyrics about sustaining grief, and the […]
Gallery 76102 features Timothy Harding in the exhibition A Certain Shade of the Aftermath. Harding’s recent work deals with various themes including United States history, […]
Gallery 76102 at the University of Texas at Arlington’s Fort Worth Center presents the solo exhibition flats and rounds by Nicholas Wood, curated by William […]
Three Fort Worth artists are highlighted in the new exhibition at Gallery 76102. Working the vein in abstraction, artists Jane Helslander, Winter Rusiloski, and Cecil […]
New Works: UTA Photography Faculty marks Gallery 76102’s new exhibition of works by the UTA Photography Faculty. Curated by Terri Cummings of Texas Wesleyan University, […]