Join us Wednesday, June 21, 6:30 pm, for "Modernism's First Wave: Texas Art 1900-1936" a talk by independent curator and author Rebecca E. Lawton. Ms. Lawton will examine the development of Modernist impulses in Texas art by focusing primarily on the artists who worked in North Central Texas. Her talk will focus on the contributions of Bywaters, Reaugh, Hogue, Travis, Dozier, Lester, Spruce, Preusser, Corpron, and LaSelle to the Modernist movement in America.|
Kathy Boortz: In Plain View and Lindy Chambers: No Glass Slipper are on view through July 22.
Lindy Chambers will give a gallery talk on Saturday, June 24, at 11:00am.
Read about the exhibitions.
Read Rebecca Sherman's profile of Barnaby Fitzgerald.
Holland Cotter highlighted Sedrick Huckaby's New York solo debut in The New York Times.
Art This Week interviewed Dr. Shirley Reece-Hughes about Invented Worlds of Valton Tyler at the Amon Carter Museum. Read the feature article by Edward Gomez about Valton Tyler in Hyperallergic.
Gail Sachson's feature on Mary Vernon appears in Patron Magazine. Read Julie England's article about Mary Vernon's 50 years of teaching at SMU and her impact as an artist in Prime Women.
In Dallas Art Fair coverage, Catherine D. Anspon highlighted Valton Tyler and Sedrick Huckaby in PaperCity, Edward M. Gomez featured Miles Cleveland Goodwin and Sedrick Huckaby in Hyperallergic, and Christina Rees included David Dreyer, Miles Cleveland Goodwin, Sedrick Huckaby, and Valton Tyler in her review in Glasstire. Thank you to everyone who took time to stop by our booth!
Invented Worlds of Valton Tyler at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth and
AS IS: rural realism at The Grace Museum in Abilene are both Glasstire top picks for Spring 2017.
Jeff Levine interviewed David Dreyer about his exhibition Till Things Never Seen Seem Familiar for moderndallas.tv.
Read Lin Wang's review of Miles Goodwin's "The Maze" in Urban Art and Antiques.
Bart Forbes is featured in Southwest Art magazine in an article by Bonnie Gangelhoff.
Valley House is featured in Texas Architect magazine in an essay by Eurico Francisco.
Congratulations to Sedrick Huckaby on receiving the Moss/Chumley North Texas Artist Award.
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Watch artist talks and interviews on our YouTube channel.
Watch a video by Quin Mathews Films of the Valley House Sculpture Garden in bloom.
Gallery and Garden Hours are Monday-Saturday, 10:00am-5:00pm.