Marty Walker Gallery

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2135 Farrington Street

Dallas, TX 75207

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New Work By Angela Kallus

Bas-relief rose paintings by Dallas artist Angela Kallus, a master of paint as sculpture.

Raychael Stine: Hounds Of Love

New, energetic abstractions by the Chicago-based artist introduce flowers alongside her signature portraits of dogs.

Bret Slater

Luxuriously layered acrylic paintings.

Wayne White: I Say A Lot Of Things

A site specific installation of murals and paintings by award-winning artist Wayne White, known for his signature punchy word combos injected into the “sofa-art” scenery […]

Jesse Morgan Barnett: Tour

Large-scale inkjet prints and a video follow highway road medians, documenting tire burns that appear not unlike giant brushstrokes in the moving landscape, while simultaneously […]

Barry Anderson: Junk Yard

A high-definition video animation of bits and pieces of pop culture icons and pulp fiction figures. In a slow-rolling tour, figures, body parts, buildings, and […]

Sarah Williams: Nightfall

A solo exhibition of paintings: Williams’ new urban landscapes of industrial American roadsides.

Sarah Williams: Nightfall

New urban landscapes of industrial American roadsides, emphasizing a sense of abandonment. In the video gallery: Barry Anderson’s Junk Yard, an HD video animation of […]

William Lamson: Action for the Paiva

A new video piece by gallery artist William Lamson, entitled Action for the Paiva, a 25-minute video set among the lush hillsides of the Paiva […]

Michael Reafsnyder: Delight

“Deftly boisterous” abstract paintings by California artist Michael Reafsnyder’s first exhibition in Dallas.

Brian Fridge: Sequence 36.2

Virtual sculpture by Dallas artist Brian Fridge: a tiny mandala-like, a plant-like object vacillates between growth and inky plumes, inspired by physics, Malevich, Panamarenko’s flying […]

Dion Johnson

Large-scale, color-field paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Dion Johnson bring California hard edge painting into the new millennium. Johnson combines flat planes of bold commercial […]

Ted Kincaid: Every Doubt That Holds You Here

Marty Walker Gallery celebrates the beginning of summer with an installation of photographically-based work by Ted Kincaid. Every Doubt That Holds You Here combine multiple […]

Jay Shinn: Centerfold

The artworld seems to have developed a renewed interest in the calm, colorful junction between minimalism, op-art, and zen buddhism. Come see an example of […]


Marty Walker Gallery presents an exhibition of prints by Ted Kincaid, Tom Orr, Jay Shinn, and more in LINEAR THINKING. The artists on view in […]

Small Works: Art+Object

Marty Walker Gallery presents Small Works: Art + Object, a small sculpture invitational group exhibition featuring strange and fantastic small art objects from a selection […]

Tom Orr: Ghost Stories

Marty Walker Gallery presents new sculptural constructions by Tom Orr in the exhibiiton Ghost Stories. Using industrial materials such as wood, metal, mirrors, and greenhouse […]

Pard Morrison: New Works

Pard Morrison’s new works at Marty Walker Gallery push the boundaries between painting and sculpture with a selection of aluminum configurations. Using the process of […]


Post-Now is Marty Walker Gallery’s summer exhibition featuring the work of Anna Krachey, Buster Graybill, and Jesse Morgan Barnett. These artists take on the roles […]

Douglas Leon Cartmel: SUPER NATURE

Marty Walker Gallery presents SUPER NATURE, an exhibition of new paintings by Dallas artist Douglas Leon Cartmel. "Cartmel’s hauntingly subtle monochromatic paintings of slightly hazy […]

Lisa Grossman: Windings

Scenes of the wide open rural land in Kansas mixed with abstraction are exhibited in Lisa Grossman’s solo show at Marty Walker Gallery. Grossman’s atmospheric […]

Lisa Grossman: Windings

Scenes of the wide open rural land in Kansas mixed with abstraction are exhibited in Lisa Grossman’s solo show at Marty Walker Gallery. Grossman’s atmospheric […]

William Lamson: Automatic

You can know that Lamson‘s work owes an enormous debt to William Wegman, and you’ll still stand transfixed by his videos. The humor and inventiveness […]

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