Archive for January, 2012

Art Notes

Painters Progress: How does it get better than this? At Conduit Gallery, it%26rsquo;s a trifecta of Texas%26rsquo; adroit and most original painters. Joe Mancuso motors in from Houston to showcase his continued nuanced obsession with the blossom; this is floral painting like you%26rsquo;ve never seen. On other Conduit walls, Dallas-based Ludwig Schwarz mounts a suite of lush six-by-six-foot... | Read More

Art Notes

Painters Progress: How does it get better than this? At Conduit Gallery, it%26rsquo;s a trifecta of Texas%26rsquo; adroit and most original painters. Joe Mancuso motors in from Houston to showcase his continued nuanced obsession with the blossom; this is floral painting like you%26rsquo;ve never seen. On other Conduit walls, Dallas-based Ludwig Schwarz mounts a suite of lush six-by-six-foot... | Read More

Art Notes

Painters Progress: How does it get better than this? At Conduit Gallery, it%26rsquo;s a trifecta of Texas%26rsquo; adroit and most original painters. Joe Mancuso motors in from Houston to showcase his continued nuanced obsession with the blossom; this is floral painting like you%26rsquo;ve never seen. On other Conduit walls, Dallas-based Ludwig Schwarz mounts a suite of lush six-by-six-foot... | Read More

Drama in Gargantuan Proportions

When the Dallas Theater Center sent word of its latest thespian venture, it wasn%26rsquo;t kidding when it said that it would be, well, giant. Those DTC wunderkinds have been busy assembling and producing what will be the Center%26rsquo;s largest show to date: a musical spin on author Edna Ferber%26rsquo;s treasured, Texas-themed novel Giant, produced in conjunction with The Public Theater in... | Read More

Drama in Gargantuan Proportions

When the Dallas Theater Center sent word of its latest thespian venture, it wasn%26rsquo;t kidding when it said that it would be, well, giant. Those DTC wunderkinds have been busy assembling and producing what will be the Center%26rsquo;s largest show to date: a musical spin on author Edna Ferber%26rsquo;s treasured, Texas-themed novel Giant, produced in conjunction with The Public Theater in... | Read More

Drama in Gargantuan Proportions

When the Dallas Theater Center sent word of its latest thespian venture, it wasn%26rsquo;t kidding when it said that it would be, well, giant. Those DTC wunderkinds have been busy assembling and producing what will be the Center%26rsquo;s largest show to date: a musical spin on author Edna Ferber%26rsquo;s treasured, Texas-themed novel Giant, produced in conjunction with The Public Theater in... | Read More

Drip, Drip, Drip!

Joseph Cohen headlines tonight at Wade Wilson Art in a tour de force show of his latest paintings influenced by a recent residency in Italia (through January 25).

Cohen's come a long way since his days in an off-the-beaten-path studio building downtown, where he was tucked away down a labyrinthian hallway, laboring in obscurity; the first time we met, he was patiently, obsessively... | Read More

Drip, Drip, Drip!

Joseph Cohen headlines tonight at Wade Wilson Art in a tour de force show of his latest paintings influenced by a recent residency in Italia (through January 25).

Cohen's come a long way since his days in an off-the-beaten-path studio building downtown, where he was tucked away down a labyrinthian hallway, laboring in obscurity; the first time we met, he was patiently, obsessively... | Read More

Drip, Drip, Drip!

Joseph Cohen headlines tonight at Wade Wilson Art in a tour de force show of his latest paintings influenced by a recent residency in Italia (through January 25).

Cohen's come a long way since his days in an off-the-beaten-path studio building downtown, where he was tucked away down a labyrinthian hallway, laboring in obscurity; the first time we met, he was patiently, obsessively... | Read More

A New Museum Rises

It%26rsquo;s the most watched story in the American museum world, and six weeks ago was the big reveal: Retail giant Walmart has given back to its hometown, region and, in a much broader context, all of America. You see, Alice Walton %26mdash; heiress to the discount giant%26rsquo;s fortune %26mdash; is the founder and board chairman of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. When the... | Read More

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