William Campbell Contemporary Art


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Jeff Kellar: Painting and Sculpture

An exhibition of paintings and sculptures from two of artist Jeff Kellar’s most recent bodies of work– his Blocks and Glimpse series’.

40 Years and Counting

Celebrating four decades of William Campbell Contemporary Art, the show will feature the Campbell’s 40-plus artists, many of whom have been with the gallery since […]

Stephen Daly: Signals

Signals will include a dozen drawings and two sculptures, all focusing on Daly’s ongoing interest in communication and the ways in which it can be […]

Acquavenezia: Julie Lazarus

This show features oil paintings and glass sculptures informed by the artist’s travels to Venice and her interest in the light, atmosphere and landscape there.

Ken Dixon: 3 Short Stories and 12 Options

3 Short Stories & 12 Options, an exhibition of new works by Ken Dixon, includes fifteen large-scale, mixed media pieces inspired by Dixon’s fascination with […]

Benito Huerta: September Song

September Song, an exhibition of new work by Benito Huerta will feature new and recent paintings, drawings, and mixed media pieces. The exhibition is a visual […]

Group f.8: Deserts, Seas, and Journeys

Group f.8: Deserts, Seas, and Journeys, is an exhibition of new and recent photographic works by Fort Worth’s Group f.8 collective. First formed by Fort Worth […]

Tom Hollenback: Mutabilis

New minimal, luminescent acrylic sculptures, in addition to paint- and photograph-based pieces that reveal the artist’s interest in transforming traditionally two-dimensional media into three-dimensional works […]

James R. Blake

Tightly cropped, intimate paintings of trees, set in Texas, California, and across Europe.

Bob "Daddy - O" Wade: Cowgirls & Critters

New works by Austin artist and Fort Worth favorite, including large-scale, hand-colored vintage photographs and a reincarnation of a Paris window display he designed in […]

John Fraser: Recess and Relief

Carefully composed geometric mixed-media constructions contain found objects, including rulers, book pages, and photographs, add a referential cue to the otherwise nonrepresentational pieces.

Mark Smith: The Earth Below

Paintings  reflecting Smith’s long-running interest in scientific processes, ecology  and humans’ negative effects on the planet. A portion of sales will benefit the Clearity Foundation, […]

Jeff Mueller / Harmony Padgett: R*A*V*E*L

Jeff Mueller recontextualizes graffiti from urban structures; Padgett uses swaths of color and dynamic lines that recalling aspects of human and other natural forms.

Steve Murphy

Houston artist Murphy’s geometric, three-dimensional forms of welded steel, lead, and wood.

Joachim Kersten: Open Sky

New abstract paintings by German artist Joachim Kersten that “signify a certain sense of vastness and liberation.”

Kris Cox: Constructed Paintings

Opens Saturday, September 10, 6–8 pm Working within an intricate process of carving, filling, sanding, and painting, Colorado-based abstractionist Cox “constructs” each painting to function […]

Dalton Maroney: Remote Access

An exhibition of new sculptures by Dalton Maroney is on display at William Campbell Contemporary Art in the exhibition Remote Access. The exhibition features Maroney’s […]