Gallery Night back in September was exciting for me. I participated in two art events, Art in the Garden and Preservation is the Art of the City. Imagine my surprise and delight when I walked… More
Some to go downtown Fort Worth ‘s newest hot spot is for the young and not so.
Gallery ART7 votes famous vale as side street comes through the foodies,
gone is the Crockett St, behold the Currie St. !Bountiful counters
soulful. Small size art? wail of a power wall states ,”now…..”
For the Fort Worth Library in the downtown art exhibit has friends .
Doug Clark sculptures feature . Plain and fancy .
Oil paintings done and up the walls display variety.
The hallway gallery wall has dome of light on the portraits .Roses are red but no violets, please. no voters or visitors will be active to be down there.
check it out.
This is the last weekend ! Jesse Hernandes has done good again. Check it out! Model are live in the doing . Photographic , realist realist .
kool got funky on the Grackle Gallery current show . cool got do come .
Sweet dream Orpheus.song in color and shape as modern as today.
Exhibition dates: 15th April – 9th August 2015
Curators: curated at Tate Modern by Juliet Bingham, Curator International Art, with Juliette Rizzi, Assistant Curator.
One of my favourite female artists of all time. Up there with Georgia O’Keeffe, Lee Krasner, Agnes Martin and Louise Bourgeois.
The early portrait paintings are a revelation. And then, how avant-garde her Electric Prisms paintings, fashion designs, theatre costumes, embroidering poetry onto fabric, turning her apartment into a three-dimensional collage… the very epitome of a “progressive woman synonymous with modernity.”
I have always loved her creativity, vibrancy, colours and asymmetric, musical rhythm – her photogeneity, in the sense of her works producing or emitting light, like an organism does. They seem to grab you, like a jolt of electricity, saying “Wake up!” and “Look at me!”
Perhaps I’m a little bit in love with this very wonderful women.
Dr Marcus Bunyan for Art Blart
Many thankx to the…
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