Archive for September, 2010

Cris Worley Fine Arts

While last year%26#8217;s buzz brimmed with news of gallery closures, this season is off to a promising start with the debut of Cris Worley Fine Arts, the eagerly awaited arrival that melds consulting and curatorial functions with a commitment to contemporary Texas artists. Owner/director Cris Worley has deep ties to the community, having served as director of Pan American Art Projects for nearly... | Read More

Cris Worley Fine Arts

While last year%26#8217;s buzz brimmed with news of gallery closures, this season is off to a promising start with the debut of Cris Worley Fine Arts, the eagerly awaited arrival that melds consulting and curatorial functions with a commitment to contemporary Texas artists. Owner/director Cris Worley has deep ties to the community, having served as director of Pan American Art Projects for nearly... | Read More

The Tome We’ve Been Waiting For

We%26#8217;ve been waiting with bated breath for our talented colleague, PaperCity visual arts editor Catherine D. Anspon, to complete her contemporary-art compendium, Texas Artists Today (Marquand Books, November 2010, $95). The numbered, limited-edition monograph %26#8212; only 3,000 will be printed %26#8212; has been 11 years in the making and finally hits the shelves November 15, coming in at... | Read More

The Tome We’ve Been Waiting For

We%26#8217;ve been waiting with bated breath for our talented colleague, PaperCity visual arts editor Catherine D. Anspon, to complete her contemporary-art compendium, Texas Artists Today (Marquand Books, November 2010, $95). The numbered, limited-edition monograph %26#8212; only 3,000 will be printed %26#8212; has been 11 years in the making and finally hits the shelves November 15, coming in at... | Read More

The Tome We’ve Been Waiting For

We%26#8217;ve been waiting with bated breath for our talented colleague, PaperCity visual arts editor Catherine D. Anspon, to complete her contemporary-art compendium, Texas Artists Today (Marquand Books, November 2010, $95). The numbered, limited-edition monograph %26#8212; only 3,000 will be printed %26#8212; has been 11 years in the making and finally hits the shelves November 15, coming in at... | Read More

Art Notes

This month, we%26#8217;re diverging from tradition and devoting this column entirely to two museum surveys for a pair of Texans who can hold their own anywhere %26#8230; %26nbsp; The Mysterious Mr. Magee: International eyes will be on the Nasher Sculpture Center as it mounts %26#8220;Revelation: The Art of James Magee%26#8221; (through November 28), a rare peek into a mythic land, art and... | Read More

Art Notes

This month, we%26#8217;re diverging from tradition and devoting this column entirely to two museum surveys for a pair of Texans who can hold their own anywhere %26#8230; %26nbsp; The Mysterious Mr. Magee: International eyes will be on the Nasher Sculpture Center as it mounts %26#8220;Revelation: The Art of James Magee%26#8221; (through November 28), a rare peek into a mythic land, art and... | Read More

Art Notes

This month, we%26#8217;re diverging from tradition and devoting this column entirely to two museum surveys for a pair of Texans who can hold their own anywhere %26#8230; %26nbsp; The Mysterious Mr. Magee: International eyes will be on the Nasher Sculpture Center as it mounts %26#8220;Revelation: The Art of James Magee%26#8221; (through November 28), a rare peek into a mythic land, art and... | Read More

A New Perspective, Raymond Butler

Max Powers, Raymond Butler

Expired Oil, Raymond Butler

Whether it his for his artwork or his plans for the future, El Centro art student Raymond Butler is always thinking of new ideas.

He soaks up new perspectives and incorporates those into his art as well as what he would like to contribute to the Dallas art scene. Butler... | Read More

The Art & Science

Janet Aguirre, "Get In Line"

Instead of choosing between her love of art and her fascination with science, El Centro student Janet Aguirre combines her two passions.

”œThe world of medicine stole my heart for the purpose of help others. Although, my eyes and hands continued to admire my long lost love- art,” she says.

At a young age... | Read More

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