Ro2 Art at The Magnolia Theatre

Ro2 Art at The Magnolia Theatre

(214) 803-9575

3699 McKinney Ave. Suite 100

Dallas, TX 75204


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Cathey Miller: She Came From Outer Space

An exhibition of new works by Dallas-based artist Cathey Miller. “Miller’s colorful, figurative paintings explore the mythical planet of Cathedonia. Fierce heroines, whom Miller considers her...

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Fari Rahimi: Shift

“Drawing upon her background in realism and expressionism, artist Fari Rahimi creates complex structures in two and three dimensions. Her sleek minimalist sculptures are both...

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Aimee Cardoso: Envelop

An exhibition of paintings by Dallas-based artist Aimee Cardoso. The works are still lifes that highlight fabrics that have special memories and connotations for the artist.

Adam Neese: Terra Incognita

An exhibition of artist Adam Neese’s imaginary landscapes–photographed collages and of imagery from a National Parks Guidebook of the American Southwest in front of real...

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Josh Banks: Genie Visions

Banks appears to have taken a hard turn away from his former style and embraced a hard-edged, doodly, King of the Hill style. This might...

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Jeff Parrott: Working On It

Jeff returns to Dallas for his first hometown solo show, after completing his Master of Fine Arts at The School of Art Institute, Chicago. He...

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Master Glass & the Next Generation

Glass 2012 Part II – an invitational exhibition showcasing 30+ nationally known glass artists and emerging talents from the region. An opening reception will be...

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Benjamin Terry: Not Really There

New paintings which combine representational images and the chaos of ephemeral composition.  Working with memory, fantasy, dreams, and time, the artist uses multiple selves to...

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Jason Reynaga: Bling Thing!

Color-rich mixed-media works reflecting the artist’s escapist love for comic book, video game, toy and movie culture. In 2010, Jason Reynaga presented a solo show...

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Linda Dee Guy: Re-Orient

Collagist and self-styled “design anthropologist” Linda Dee Guy will present a human-scale assemblage layered from archival inkjet prints, drawings, photographs and screenprints. She has been...

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