Artspace111 Expands into Downtown Fort Worth with a New Exhibition Space

by Jessica Fuentes March 17, 2022
A photograph of a building. It is the storefront of Love Texas Art, a new art gallery.

Love Texas Art’s new space in downtown Fort Worth. Image courtesy of Artspace111

Artspace111, a gallery located at the northeast edge of downtown Fort Worth, recently announced its expansion with the opening of Love Texas Art, a gallery that will be located in the heart of downtown. This new space marks the third gallery to open on Houston Street in less than a year, with Dang Good Candy debuting in June 2021 and Bale Creek Allen in September

Love Texas Art will be a gallery dedicated to showcasing both Artspace111 artists and Texas-based artists. With about 4,000-square-feet of space, the gallery will include a retail shop featuring branded merchandise, artists prints, and original small works by Texas artists. Additionally, there will be a lounge serving beer and wine. 

A photograph of two women standing against a white background.

Margery Gossett and Ariel Davis at Love Texas Art. Image courtesy of Artspace111

Ariel Davis, the Gallery Manager at Artspace 111, is stepping down from her position in order to manage Love Texas Art, which she will co-own with Margery Gossett (Artspace111’s  owner). Mrs. Davis is also working to establish a studio residency program in a storefront adjacent to the new gallery. The flexible 2,500-square-foot space will start with four artist studios and an area used for informal programming.

The grand opening and inaugural exhibition reception will be held on the Fort Worth Art Dealers Association’s Spring Gallery Night, March 26, 2022, from 5-9 pm. The first exhibition, titled Saccharine Millenia, will be a solo show of works by Austin-based artist Sari Shryack. 

The space will hold regular business hours starting Thursday, April 7, 2022. Its will be open Wednesday and Thursday from 12-6 pm, Friday and Saturday from 12-8 pm, and Sunday from 1-4 pm.

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