Greetings and Happy New Year.
I am participating in an exhibition with three other artists beginning January 27th. Barbara Koerble saw a similar thread running through our work and brought us together by curating the show at Gallery 414.
Gallery 414 is a non-profit gallery made possible by the generosity of Razz Fiesler. It is located at, this will shock you, 414 Templeton, Fort Worth, Texas in the museum district. It is open weekends from 12 to 5 and by appointment. To make an appointment email email@example.com and we will try to accommodate your viewing pleasure.
Lael. She gave birth Christmas Eve so she will not be making it to the opening reception, but we are tentatively planning a closing reception on February 25. Much of Lael’s work for this show was accomplished during her pregnancy. This is a huge accomplishment as growing a baby takes a great deal of strength and creativity. I am so proud of Lael Burns. Here is Lael’s Instagram
Sophia Ceballos and I are sometimes in the same spaces but we have yet to meet. I do know that at one opening she had MARVELOUS blue hair. Her work is intimate and intriguing. I love the way she uses watercolor and drawing to weave together magical places. Here is Sophia’s Facebook.
In November Rachel Williams of the Dallas Observer wrote the article:
7 Dallas Artists to Watch in 2018
And here it is!
Adam Palmer’s unbridled Pixy stick of a solo exhibition, breezed through Ro2 last summer. We are thirsty for more. The Fort Worth high school teacher found his inspiration growing up in the dusty map dot Monahans in West Texas. His abstract paintings are kaleidoscopic bursts of color, something we could all use more of next year.
Adam and Lael will also have sculptures in the exhibition. Adam’s Instagram.
Have fun following the links. And while you are there, follow my artist collaborators, too.