Mighty Fine Arts

Mighty Fine Arts


(214) 942-5241

419 NorthTyler

Dallas, TX 75208


Andy Don Emmons: Shabby Saints and The Rusty HooDoo Blues

Mighty Fine Arts

January 23 - March 6, 2016

From the gallery: "This is work equivilant to a squaling blues geetar solo out of a busted amp in some lowdown juke joint on a Saturday night. Take another pull off that cold brew and wipe the sweat off your soul cause this is about being up into the real thang! You know what I'm talkin about!"Do we know what they're talking about?


Chaitra Linehan: Menagerie

An exhibition of works by Chaitra Linehan. Meant to be a poetic homage to animals in nature, the show has an undertone of the menacing facets...

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Luke Ball: Nowheres

An exhibition featuring work by master printmaker Luke Ball. “His inventions mock the male psyche full of bluster and braggadocio but ultimately not amounting to a...

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Savage Impressions

“Forsaking the precious and insular bubble world of contemporary art the “Savage Impressions” crew seek direct and unmediated real world engagement. Be prepared for dubious...

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Moni Bell: Breakin' the Food Chain

An exhibition of new work by Moni Bell, whose dystopian universe exposes the ugly underbelly of human motivations with a dark humor.

Joanne Cervantes: Bet On Me

A show featuring new work by artist Joanne Cervantes which wrestles with the challenges and creative ambitions in her life.

Glenn Downing: The Old So and So

An exhibition of new work by Waco artist Glenn Downing. In addition, opening night features a performance by Chris Merlick and his Duchampaphones.

The Cat Show

Meow. Feline art by Andy Don Emmons, Bruce Lee Webb, Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, Clay Stinnett, Jason Cohen, Chaitra Linehan, Matt Bagley, Sharon Neel-Bagley, Teresa Megahan, Sara...

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Laurisa Galvan: South Central Dallas

The street-wise characters that emerge in Laurisa Galvan‘s new images are stalwart and unapologetic. Social critiques are held in abeyance; individuation is fashioned from the...

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Andy Don Emmons: Para Normalities

New reworked thrift store paintings by work by Andy Don Emmons. Don’t miss the opening night performance by “Unconscious Collective,” Aaron and Stefan Gonzalez, along...

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Noble Savages

This exhibition plays off the concept of the outsider, untainted by civilization and living under his own inner rule.

Animal Drama: Chaitra Linehan

The creatures in Linehan’s pictures are caught up in a biological reality or re-imagined in fanciful reinvention.

Armas Desnudas: Rosemary Meza-DesPlas

Mighty Fine Arts presents Armas Desnudas featuring new work by Rosemary Meza-DesPlas. Armas Desnudas references the pop culture stereotypes of dangerous, sex kittens embodied in shows...

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Brian Johnson: Static Evolution

Mighty Fine Arts presents Static Evolution featuring new work by Brian Johnson. Austin based artist Brian Johnson is a master printmaker. His layered imagery references pop...

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The Amazing Hancock Brothers: Fissure of Rolando

Infamous and illegitimate art endeavors blend of sci-fi monster movies, cowboys, Indians, meat puppets, trucks, Mexicans, Texanese, bible-belt moralities and various other shades of disrespectablity.

Bruce Lee: No Way Up But Down

“The Prophet Bruce Lee first entered the plane of material existence in 1966 in the auspicious setting of Waxahachie Texas during a planetary alignment. Rays...

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Richard Doherty: Absurd Beauty

Richard Doherty’s images sensationalize the ordinary. Also, in the MFA Project Room: “Beneficence” featuring work by  MFA artists to benefit Wordspace.

Jason Cohen: Facetotems

Also in the MFA Project Room: “Bitchin’ Chimeras” curated by Brian Jones and Brian Scott.

Antena @ MFA

Miguel Cortez, “gallery boss” of Antena in Chicago has curated a fresh sampling of gallery artists who will “flaunt some new and sort of legal...

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Michael Henderson: Tunnel

Says Henderson: “I was watching a King Kong movie. In this movie, a beautiful Japanese scientist holds up a drawing of a tunnel . ....

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Peter Ligon: Buildings and Signs

Peter Ligon‘s drawings convince the viewer to reappraise the aesthetics of those unremarkable spaces that we encounter in the course of our daily routines, making...

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