• The SCAD painting department presents Fall Open Studio Night

    Peruse and purchase dazzling works of fine art by SCAD students at Open Studio Night. With a stellar array of painting, printmaking, photography and ceramics pieces featured, this annual event showcases some of the most extraordinary works from SCAD Savannah students. Enjoy live entertainment and hors d’oeuvres in a gallery setting as you support SCAD students and add to your art collection.

    This event is free and open to the public.

    Alexander Hall | Savannah, GA | 668 Indian St.

    http://scadpainting.wordpress.com/2014/10/24/11-1-2014-open-studio-event-savannah-ga-6pm-8pm/

  • Considering 21 pieces of Serious New Texas Talent

    Dallas Arts Revue Article

    http://www.dallasartsrevue.com/art-crit/Here_Lately/ArtHereLately-020.html#twentyone

  • Rising Star 2 Exhibition

    This year’s annual fundraiser will highlight “rising star” artists nominated by these 10 prestigious galleries in Dallas: Barry Whistler Gallery, Cohn Drennan Gallery, Craighead Green Gallery, David Dike Fine Arts, Kirk Hopper Fine Art, Mary Tomas Studio Gallery, Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Gallery, The Reading Room and Zhulong Gallery.

    This is the 2nd year for the historic Turner House to host this unique event. Last year’s inaugural event led to one artist having a gallery show and several of the artists sold works to Dallas art collectors.

    Saturday, September 13, 7-9 pm: Fundraiser: VIP Reception and Gallery Talk
    Attendees at the VIP reception will hear an interesting gallery talk and enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres and a variety of fine wines. Gail Sachson will speak about contemporary Texas art and the Dallas art community. Ms. Sachson is the founder and owner of Ask Me About Art and a former Chair of the Dallas Cultural Affairs Commission. Tickets are $50 for OCSFA members, $85 for non-members (price includes membership) to attend the event. All tickets will be held at will call.

  • New Texas Talent XXI

    August 9 - 30, 2014

    Opening: August 9, 2014 | 6–8 pm

    Craighead-Green Gallery

    1011 Dragon Street, Dallas, TX 75207 Get directions
    (214) 855-0779

  • 44th Annual Visual Arts Exhibition

    April 26 – June 1, 2012
    Meadows Gallery Center for the Visual Arts 400 E. Hickory, Denton, Texas


  • Austin Art Connections

    Thank you to everyone who responded to the call for entry for The Goldilocks Show. The following artists have been selected to show their work March 3 - 11, 2012 at Lytle Pressley Contemporary.
    Rhody Adair, David Alcantar, Ines Batllo, Paul Beck, Sabra Booth, Tyler Butcher

    Javier Lopez Cantu, John M. Carpenter, Thomas Cummins, Bryce Dishongh, Audrey Fox

    C. Ellen Hart, Nancy Hoover, Erika Jaeggli, Alison Jardine, Nicole Jeffords, Eve Larson, Ellen Llewellyn

    Shanny Lott, Marilyn Rea Nasky, Rene Norman, Greta Olivas, Gwendolyn Plunkett, Andrea Pramuk

    Jeffrey Primeaux, Bridget Quinn, Michelle Rahbar, Carol Schiraldi, Catherine Small, ,Stacy Smith

    Catherine Sunderland-Vis, Briana Sutton, Nikki Vahle-Schneider, Jason Webb,

    Jason Willome, Winn Wittman

    PCPC Arts Festival

    THEME:
    The Passion and the Promise
    JURY SHOW DATES:
    March 24 – April 1, 2012
    10:00 am-6:00 pm daily
    GRAND OPENING:
    Saturday, March 24,
    Ceremony: 2:00 pm
    Awards Presentation: 11:30 am
    Exhibit closes, 6:00 pm
    LOCATION:
    Park Cities Presbyterian Church
    4124 Oak Lawn Avenue
    Dallas, TX 75219

  • Vertu Art Exhibit

    Tyler Butcher - 1st Place

    Running from July 1st through the 31st at Chase Oaks Church in Plano, Texas.

    The Juror, Kim Alexander
    Her quirky, surrealistic paintings mix crisp, playful design elements and trompe l’oeil images with deeply compassionate portraits of pain and loss. At once intellectual and humane, witty and emotive, her work bears the influence of her extensive reading in philosophy and aesthetics as well as her experience teaching immigrant students at an urban high school in Dallas. Her essay on Letscher combines a thorough engagement of art-world ideas with a working painter’s eye: she illuminates his use of color and texture, placing it within the context of his larger project of giving expression to mystery, and along the way she wrestles with the legacy of modernism and the limitations of postmodern skepticism. Alexander herself is an artist who understands the need for community—and who works to create it. Along with Mike Capps she organizes the Trinity Arts Conference each June at the University of Dallas, an annual arts festival dedicated to fostering community and craft excellence among believing artists and writers—in particular to young artists and those who feel isolated or ignored within the Christian world. For us at Image, Kim exemplifies a life lived in response to a calling, both to artistic excellence and to serving others.