Art Notes


Pick Four: Science hearts art at Craighead Green Gallery with Gary Schafter%26rsquo;s latest paintings %26mdash; exquisite renderings that address the debate over cloning, while recalling the grand tradition of American realist art dating back to the 19th century (October 12 %26ndash; November 16). Schafter has been earnestly painting in San Antonio for decades; his work merits a close look while also manifesting a smart conceptual bent %26hellip; Also recommended: Benito Huerta%26rsquo;s politically charged solo, %26ldquo;September Song,%26rdquo; at William Campbell Contemporary (through October 12); the Dallas Museum of Art%26rsquo;s much anticipated ethereal survey for Jim Hodges, who mines mystery from simple blossoms (October 6 %26ndash; January 12); and Austin-based Meredith Pardue, who also finds inspiration in the natural world, from flora to rock forms honed by rivers, at Laura Rathe Fine Art (October 12 %26shy;%26shy;%26ndash; November 17) %26hellip; For more art topics and the latest tweets, follow @PaperCityCA.

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Art Notes


Pick Four: Science hearts art at Craighead Green Gallery with Gary Schafter%26rsquo;s latest paintings %26mdash; exquisite renderings that address the debate over cloning, while recalling the grand tradition of American realist art dating back to the 19th century (October 12 %26ndash; November 16). Schafter has been earnestly painting in San Antonio for decades; his work merits a close look while also manifesting a smart conceptual bent %26hellip; Also recommended: Benito Huerta%26rsquo;s politically charged solo, %26ldquo;September Song,%26rdquo; at William Campbell Contemporary (through October 12); the Dallas Museum of Art%26rsquo;s much anticipated ethereal survey for Jim Hodges, who mines mystery from simple blossoms (October 6 %26ndash; January 12); and Austin-based Meredith Pardue, who also finds inspiration in the natural world, from flora to rock forms honed by rivers, at Laura Rathe Fine Art (October 12 %26shy;%26shy;%26ndash; November 17) %26hellip; For more art topics and the latest tweets, follow @PaperCityCA.

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