Archive for May, 2012

Glass Menagerie

If you thought the Dallas Arboretum%26rsquo;s ethereal gardens couldn%26rsquo;t get any more hue-drenched, artist Dale Chihuly is bringing his large-scale sinewy glass figures to blanket the 66 lush acres in his signature wash of electric color. The artist%26rsquo;s nature-inspired well-known glass sculptures such as Seaforms, Niijima Floats, Venetians, Fioris and Macchia Loops have been... | Read More

Art Notes

The FOG rolls in: Coming off the most important and alluring Dallas Art Fair yet %26mdash;%26nbsp;we%26rsquo;re happy to report that year four%26rsquo;s sales were off the charts %26mdash;%26nbsp;news has hit of another significant endeavor by Fair co-founders John Sughrue and Chris Byrne. The duo has been invited by SFMOMA to take their Fair smarts, integrity and commitment to the West coast... | Read More

Art Notes

The FOG rolls in: Coming off the most important and alluring Dallas Art Fair yet %26mdash;%26nbsp;we%26rsquo;re happy to report that year four%26rsquo;s sales were off the charts %26mdash;%26nbsp;news has hit of another significant endeavor by Fair co-founders John Sughrue and Chris Byrne. The duo has been invited by SFMOMA to take their Fair smarts, integrity and commitment to the West coast... | Read More

Art Notes

The FOG rolls in: Coming off the most important and alluring Dallas Art Fair yet %26mdash;%26nbsp;we%26rsquo;re happy to report that year four%26rsquo;s sales were off the charts %26mdash;%26nbsp;news has hit of another significant endeavor by Fair co-founders John Sughrue and Chris Byrne. The duo has been invited by SFMOMA to take their Fair smarts, integrity and commitment to the West coast... | Read More

Worth the Drive: Warhol Drama at the McNay

I grew up in Pittsburgh, and every visit home as an adult included a stop at the Warhol, housed in a grand neoclassical building in the shadow of downtown and looking out, appropriately, onto the Heinz factory along the Allegheny with its dual smokestacks emblazoned with the 5 and the 7. Each floor of the seven-story former Volkwein Music store is devoted to a period of Warhol%26rsquo;s life,... | Read More

Worth the Drive: Warhol Drama at the McNay

I grew up in Pittsburgh, and every visit home as an adult included a stop at the Warhol, housed in a grand neoclassical building in the shadow of downtown and looking out, appropriately, onto the Heinz factory along the Allegheny with its dual smokestacks emblazoned with the 5 and the 7. Each floor of the seven-story former Volkwein Music store is devoted to a period of Warhol%26rsquo;s life,... | Read More

Worth the Drive: Warhol Drama at the McNay

I grew up in Pittsburgh, and every visit home as an adult included a stop at the Warhol, housed in a grand neoclassical building in the shadow of downtown and looking out, appropriately, onto the Heinz factory along the Allegheny with its dual smokestacks emblazoned with the 5 and the 7. Each floor of the seven-story former Volkwein Music store is devoted to a period of Warhol%26rsquo;s life,... | Read More

Beyond the Teacup

I missed the press preview for %26ldquo;Shifting Paradigms in Contemporary Ceramics: The Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection,%26rdquo; and when I went to see the show a week later at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, I expected to breeze in and out. Not so. This sweeping survey of 160 objects in the Beck Building%26rsquo;s prime first-floor galleries spans five decades and shows off... | Read More

Beyond the Teacup

I missed the press preview for %26ldquo;Shifting Paradigms in Contemporary Ceramics: The Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection,%26rdquo; and when I went to see the show a week later at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, I expected to breeze in and out. Not so. This sweeping survey of 160 objects in the Beck Building%26rsquo;s prime first-floor galleries spans five decades and shows off... | Read More

Beyond the Teacup

I missed the press preview for %26ldquo;Shifting Paradigms in Contemporary Ceramics: The Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection,%26rdquo; and when I went to see the show a week later at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, I expected to breeze in and out. Not so. This sweeping survey of 160 objects in the Beck Building%26rsquo;s prime first-floor galleries spans five decades and shows off... | Read More

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