Gallery 76102 (UT Arlington/Fort Worth Center)
October 8 - November 30, 2015
An exhibition of photographs that highlight Khoury's experience of being a mother. The artist on her exhibition: “Becoming Mother is a record of my daily life and transition into motherhood using visual language. Mundane moments are captured between my children, our surroundings, and me."
In this exhibition composed primarily of granulated sugar, artist Janet Morrow examines the notion of sweetness and our ambiguous reactions to it.
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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,...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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,...Read More