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Ann Ekstrom was feature is a very nice article by the Star-Telegram on Sunday, November 7, 2010 titled Family portrait. "Ann Ekstrom commits to canvas found objects reflective of generations of women. It's fiting, then, that her mother's work is displayed in tandem." - Gail Robinson .  CLICK HERE to read Star-Telegram article. Full Bloom:Paintings by Ann Ekstrom With Prints by Artist's Mother Beth Lea Clardy. Through February 19, 2011 The Grace Museum, 102 Cypress St. Abilene (325)673-4587 www.thegracemuseum.org We would also like to wish Ann a very happy birthday!...

AC-X: Ten Years in the Art Corridor November 11, 2010 - December 11, 2010 TCC Southeast Campus in the ESEC Building (Art Corridor II)   The exhibit is a survey of artists exhibited in the Art Corridor Gallery in the past decade. Carol Benson, Dan Blagg, Brian Fridge, John Frost, John Hartley, Benito Huerta, Nancy Lamb, Devon Nowlin and Cam Schoepp.    This exhibit will be the first time all of these artists have come together for one exhibit. It will feature sculptures, videos, drawings and paintings including recent works by Hunting Prize candidates Carol Benson and John Hartley. Opening reception: Thursday November 11, 5-7:30 pm. For More information: Christopher Blay 817-515-3406 ...

 Point, Click, Paint by Gail Robinson  Check out the latest edition of Indulge page 66 highlights Artspace111 artist Nancy Lamb.  "I like the silky fabrics, the glint against a black background, the 'stars-out-at-night' sort of thing, " she says. But there is more to it than just the allure of sequins. It's when the veils ...

FRANKENSTEIN has arrived! Artspace111 and Leslie Lanzotti are preparing for Thursday nights opening reception of THE FRANKENSTEIN FILES! Don't worry if you can't make it Thursday night please join us Saturday for a HALLOWEEN EVE PARTY! Check out our ad in this week Fort Worth Weekly....

Visit the Modern by Clicking here. Vernon Fisher: K-Mart Conceptualism September 25, 2010–January 2, 2011 Vernon Fisher: K-Mart Conceptualism is a survey of the artist’s entire career to date, incorporating paintings, sculptures, and installations from the late 1970s to the present, from both public and private collections in the United States and Europe. Fisher has lived and worked in Fort Worth since 1977, and is one of Texas’s most internationally recognized artists. The exhibition is organized by Michael Auping, the Museum’s chief curator. “The show,” Auping comments, “will be a revealing look at a body of work that represents an especially interesting moment in...

ARTSPACE111 was please to receive a CERTIFICATE OF PRESERVATION ACHIEVEMENT for significant contributions to the preservation of: 111 Hampton Street (1911) on September 23, 2010...