William Campbell Contemporary Art
November 21 - January 2, 2016
An exhibition of new paintings by Fort Worth-based artist Billy Hassell. The works depict a Texas landscape with native flora and fauna. This is also the premiere of lithographs by Hassell commissioned by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation.
An exhibition of works by Otis Jones. In his work, Jones “attempts to express an art object’s essence through materials, process, and their resulting visual, physical,...Read More
An exhibition of new paintings and collages by Cecil Touchon. The show consists of works that explore typographic abstraction, where letter forms are deconstructed and reassembled...Read More
An exhibition of paintings, painted sculptures, and mixed media works by artists Tim Liddy, Fred Stonehouse, and Charles Waller, who employ pop culture references to...Read More
An exhibition of new paintings by artist Bernd Haussmann.
A show featuring artist Nicholas Wood’s colorful, abstract works on paper and wall sculptures.
An exhibition of paintings and sculptures from two of artist Jeff Kellar’s most recent bodies of work– his Blocks and Glimpse series’.
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...Read More
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...Read More
Paintings and mixed media pieces on Youngblood‘s interest in the topic of weather.
New photographs of carefully sculpted paper, fabric and sheets of foam by the Fort Worth-based artist.
Grant paints a variety of subject matters, including soft porn male nudes, still lifes, and clouds.
An exhibition of large-scale, abstract drawings.
New sculptures featuring recent ceramics.
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.
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
Resurrected Dreams is the first body of Reid’s work focused on specific themes. Informed by a personal interest in television series, movies, and 1960s sci-fi,...Read More
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...Read More
Tightly cropped, intimate paintings of trees, set in Texas, California, and across Europe.
Selected works from the estate of acclaimed Texas artist Scottie Parsons.
Vivid striations are spun, stretched, and folded in new sequence paintings and unique digital prints.
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...Read More
Carefully composed geometric mixed-media constructions contain found objects, including rulers, book pages, and photographs, add a referential cue to the otherwise nonrepresentational pieces.
Intricately layered, nonrepresentational colorscapes.
Summer group show.
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,...Read More
“How Sorrow and Danger Become Happiness?” Frank Artsmarter Presents The Next Thrift Art Gallery Show and Auction
The “world premier” of an infomercial promoting Artsmarter’s seminar “Art the Smarter Way!” followed by the live auction of “improved works” and musical guests The...Read More
Jeff Mueller recontextualizes graffiti from urban structures; Padgett uses swaths of color and dynamic lines that recalling aspects of human and other natural forms.
Houston artist Murphy’s geometric, three-dimensional forms of welded steel, lead, and wood.