The Fort Worth Community Arts Center
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An exhibition of works by recent UNT graduates.
“Artist Jerry Daniel, otherwise known as Sebo, will be exhibiting his artworks.”
An exhibition of works by the Dallas Baptist University Faculty. Work within the exhibition is classified into “three groups: Christian themes, landscape/nature and abstraction.”
A group exhibition of works by Cheri Biskup, Ed Bohm, Brenda Casey, Paul Dudley, Billy Dycus, Diane Dycus, Julie Fewsmith, Marta Gore, Michael Goss, Linda Henry, July...Read More
A juried show featuring artists from the DFW area.
An exhibition of paintings by Texas-based Artist Jim Woodson featuring his large-scale landscape painting Resolved Coalescing Continuum, as well as a complementary exhibition in the...Read More
The exhibition Utopian Dilemma–upstream/downstream features work by artist Marilyn Waligore.
A show of encaustic monotypes by Fort Worth artist Vicki Owen, inspired by explorer Ernest Shackleton’s ill-fated journey to the South Pole.
Art in the Metroplex is back! A fixture at TCU for thirty years, TCU has handed over the show to the Fort Worth Community Arts...Read More
Shero’s image of the ladies in evening gowns contemplating seals in… is that Lake Michigan? Wherever it is, MORE EVENING GOWNS AND SEALS. Please. Also,...Read More
Ecce Homo “re-envisions September 13, 1960 when Senator Kennedy stopped in Grand Prairie Texas to address the crowd that had gathered. The work documents this moment...Read More
Mona Marshall’s 24-foot composite deawing, Coast, created from an aerial perspective, follows a section of a once remote coastline, its wetlands, and signs of human...Read More
R02 Art presents Texas Art Now, a survey of contemporary art by Texas artists, curated by gallery co-owner, Susan Roth Romans. The exhibition was created to...Read More
The Fort Worth Art Dealers Association (FWADA) presents its annual Selections exhibition and panel discussion at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center. The exhibition will feature...Read More
Thirty works about stimulating thought and forcing the viewer to question and solve. Remember, “Say the name-See the big picture”.
The Fort Worth Art Dealers Association’s annual Selections exhibition.
Golden’s current investigation takes place in the master planned communities of the Dallas-Firt Worth Metroplex and Houston.
FWCAC puts the wide in wide open: all artwork delivered to the FWCAC over a 3-day period is displayed on a first-come, first-served basis, salon-style.
A visual examination of the female in society from a woman’s perspective.
The Alzheimer’s Association presents an exhibition of watercolor paintings by participants in an art program for people with dementia.
Joe LaBerge, Joyce Martin, Gerry Wissler, Terry Horn, Pam Stern, Brenda Benson and Lori Thomson are a new group of seven artists working in three...Read More
Pawlowicz takes suburban splendor and transforms it into subtly eerie stage sets that are at once inviting and off-putting.
“Every decade, century or millennium, there is an artist, an inventor, a writer, someone with a radical vision or ideas whose mission is to change...Read More
Drawings and sculptural objects which employ modulation, progression, memory, erasure, and reference by Nicholas Wood. Mr. Wood is a professor of studio art at the...Read More
The Fort Worth Community Arts Center presents two new exhibitions with Veronica Jaeger in Focus Gallery 1 and Bryan and Jeff Wheeler in Focus Gallery...Read More
FWCAC is featuring work by Brian Spolans in Focus Gallery One, and work by Trayc Claybrook, Deanna Wood, Sonia Semone, Barry Mullins, Corliss Wall, Don...Read More
Curated by Nate Glaspie, Flat Plains: neither unexciting nor dull, features the work of Tim Harding and Rubin Nieto. Both artists "create large scale installations...Read More
FWCAC features a solo exhibit for Kana Harada, who has a concurrent show up at Mighty Fine Arts. Also on view are exhibits for Nancy...Read More