Art Dirt: Recapping the 2022 Dallas Art Fair

by Glasstire April 24, 2022
An oil painting by Jessie Homer French of wolves walking along the border wall between the United States and Mexico. The painting depicts a vast barren desert.

Jessie Homer French, “The Wall,” 2021, oil on canvas, 16 x 24 inches. Courtesy of Various Small Fires. This piece was acquired by the Dallas Museum of Art as a part of the Dallas Art Foundation + Dallas Museum of Art Acquisition Fund.

William Sarradet and Brandon Zech discuss the Dallas Art Fair’s return to normal.

“Who doesn’t love a big, bright, blotchy swath of color?”

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