William Campbell Contemporary Art


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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 […]