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Sunday October 13, 2019 to Thursday October 17, 2019

Sunday October 13, 2019 8 Events

MUMentous: The Upsizing of a Texas Tradition

Date: Friday September 27, 2019 through Sunday November 24, 2019.
Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Arlington Museum of Art
Address: 201 W Main Street, Arlington, TX 76010
Price: Adults: $10; Students and Seniors: $5; Children Under 12: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
The Arlington Museum of Art is pleased to announce the first exhibition associated with its new Artist-in-Residency program, MUMENTOUS: The Upsizing of a Texas Tradition by Amy J. Schultz. This multi-media exhibition will explore a subject matter that is ubiquitously Texan: the long-standing tradition of exchanging mums and garters at high school homecomings. Amy J. Schultz, an artist, writer, and award-winning photographer has spent the last three years studying this unique Texas high school tradition. Rather than focusing solely on the physical characteristics of today's mums --elaborate silk versions of chrysanthemum corsages from days gone by -- she has explored the driving forces behind the tradition including fan and pop culture through the years, social media, critics, the DIY movement, entrepreneurship and moms.

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The State Fair of Texas, along with Dallas Historical Society presents the State Fair of Texas exhibit Texas Cinema at the Hall of State in Fair Park.

Date: Friday September 27, 2019 through Sunday October 20, 2019.
Time: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Location: Hall of State in Fair Park
Address: 3939 Grand Avenue
Price: Free with State Fair Admission
Category: Arts / Exhibits
LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION!
The State Fair of Texas, along with Dallas Historical Society presents the State Fair of Texas exhibit Texas Cinema at the Hall of State in Fair Park. The exhibit runs through the duration of the State Fair, September 27- October 20, 2019.
Texas Cinema focuses on the history and impact of film performers and creators- writers, directors, and producers from the Lone Star State as well as the depiction of Texas through film. Incorporating a substantial amount of video and other media elements, the Great Hall will come alive with interactive opportunities and valuable historical artifacts.
Through a partnership with the Dallas Film Society, the Hall of States Margaret and Al Hill Lecture Hall will feature a 30-minute video of all films from Texas in the last 100 years, looping throughout the day, each day during the State Fair.
Entertaining photo opportunities of famous backdrops of well-known scenes from Texas films to capture memories and create social media moments will be available.
Experience Texas Cinema at the Hall of State in Fair Park during the 2019 State Fair of Texas.
Also on display at Hall of State during the State Fair of Texas, the Dallas Historical Society exhibit Shared Border, which depicts the shared culture of Texas and Mexico.

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Summer Produce and Sun Systems

Date: Saturday October 12, 2019 through Saturday November 16, 2019.
Time: 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Galleri Urbane
Address: 2277 Monitor St. Dallas, TX 75207
Price: NA
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Summer Produce and Sun Systems
Jason Willaford and Samantha McCurdy
October 12 - November 16, 2019
Public Opening Reception: Saturday, October 12, 5:30-8pm
Summer Produce includes new work completed this summer in the artists Florida studio as well as pieces finished in the weeks leading up to the exhibition. Taking the momentum from his April show, Willaford has employed new techniques and materials to continue pushing his approach to the unique medium.

Returning for her second solo exhibition with Galleri Urbane, Samantha McCurdy presents Sun Systems. The exhibition includes a new collection of the artists signature shaped paintings created by stretching spandex fabric over concealed objects to generate forms that reach out and beyond the standard, rectilinear picture plane. In contrast to much of McCurdys previously created objects that have referenced the human body, including those in her 2018 exhibition Personal Boundaries, this body of work invites viewers to consider them in relation to celestial bodies of the universe.

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Vadim Gushchin

Date: Saturday September 7, 2019 through Saturday October 26, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: PDNB Gallery
Address: 154 Glass Street, Ste. 104, Dallas, TX 75207
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
PDNB Gallery is proud to present the first solo exhibition for Russian artist, Vadim Gushchin in the gallery. This show kicks off our Fall Season 2019.

In the artists simple studio, a room in his Moscow home that doubles as a dining room and guestroom, Vadim photographs still lives of common, every day objects. The objects include food, books, ephemera, buttons, and various kitchen tools.

Kazimir Malevich and the Suprematism movement is rooted in Vadims minimalist compositions. Malevichs art and philosophy has had a stronghold on the art world since its small movement began in the Soviet Union in the 1920s. In brief, Malevich invented the term, Suprematism, since his belief that the purity of art was through color and shape, transcending the image.

For example, Vadims books are not titled or illustrated on the covers. They are simple shapes on a plane. The colors are mostly primary. The minimal compositions pay homage to Suprematism. Because of this spatial presentation, the book, a symbol of knowledge, becomes a stronger message in the artwork.

Vadim Gushchins work has been exhibited widely in Russia, Europe, South America, Asia and the United States.

This solo exhibition will occur concurrently with the solo exhibition of Jeffrey Silverthornes recent work.
Exhibition will be on view through October 26, 2019.

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Looking: Photographs by Jeffrey Silverthorne

Date: Saturday September 7, 2019 through Saturday October 26, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: PDNB Gallery
Address: 154 Glass Street, Ste. 104
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Making his haunting debut into the art world in the early 1970's, Jeffrey Silverthorne's Morgue document became a foundation of his career.

Throughout the years, his subject matter incorporated sex, love, loss, violence, betrayal, identity and other subjects of human nature. He does not tread lightly with his art, which is to say, he has no fear in his use of metaphor.

PDNB Gallery has represented Jeffrey Silverthorne since 1999. This exhibition will include, as stated above, more recent images. The lightness of daily observations is not as heavy handed. We see random portraits of friends, strangers, children and even some serene, colorful landscapes. Color is used more often in this later work, where black and white was mostly his default.

Some earlier work will be included, including his brutal bullfight series, which Silverthorne illustrates in intense color. Some images from his 1970's transvestite series, as well as his seminal morgue series will be exhibited.

Jeffrey Silverthorne recently retired from teaching at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island. He holds an M.F.A., an MA in Teaching, and a B.F.A. from the Rhode Island School of Design. His work is represented in many museum collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York City, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, MFA Boston, ICP, New York City, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France, and the Musée de l'Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland.

The artist will be attending the opening, Saturday, September 7, 2019. Exhibition will be on view through October 26, 2019

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Discotech

Date: Monday August 5, 2019 through Tuesday December 31, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Sweet Tooth Hotel
Address: 2316 Victory Park Lane
Price: $20
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Life's a disco...and you're on stage! Step into the shoes of an icon in this immersive digital art experience and grab a drink at the newly opened Prince-themed Bar Reign, serving five signature cocktails.

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Riveter

Date: Tuesday October 1, 2019 through Thursday October 31, 2019.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Online Gallery
Address: https://www.envisionartshow.com
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Riveter will be a contemporary and fine art online exhibition that exemplifies empowerment of women, and will be virtually on display between October 1 - October 31. All artworks must represent the theme of female empowerment, including but not limited to female and female identifying artists, and male artists that practice the required theme. Accepting all genres and art styles. Tasteful nudity only please.

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Organic as Inorganic

Date: Saturday September 14, 2019 through Friday October 25, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Pardieu Gallery
Address: 550 S Watters Rd. Suite 277, Allen, TX 75013
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Pardieu Gallery is proud to present "Organic as Inorganic" an Exhibit by Texas Artist Sam Leeke September 14th - October 25th 2019

Sam Leeke lives in Dallas, but spent his childhood summers in Post Mills Vermont where he enjoyed the mountains, visiting the village library and doodling on the porch with his Bic 4-color pen. Sams mission is to make people happy. Leeke's favorite subjects are clouds, cities, music, video games, and pop culture in general. Sam Leeke's preferred medium is digital: characterized by a bright colorful palette and bold shapes rendered in a pop art style. See the mesmerizing, and intricate work of Sam Leeke's Organic as Inorganic on display September 14th through October 25th 2019

Pardieu Gallery is conveniently located 1/2 block north of the popular shopping destination of Watters Creek at Montgomery Farm in Allen.

Pardieu Gallery: Exhibiting artists from the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex. Regional art presented within an intimate space. Spend a little time with the artwork of Sam Leeke and schedule your private viewing today. Once you have scheduled simply arrive at the time you have chosen and the Gallery Director Larry Pardieu will meet you at the front door and escort you to the exhibit.

text myart to 31996 to schedule a private viewing or visit www.pardieugallery.com for more information.

Sam Leeke will have an artist talk on October 19th reservation required.

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Monday October 14, 2019 9 Events

MUMentous: The Upsizing of a Texas Tradition

Date: Friday September 27, 2019 through Sunday November 24, 2019.
Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Arlington Museum of Art
Address: 201 W Main Street, Arlington, TX 76010
Price: Adults: $10; Students and Seniors: $5; Children Under 12: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
The Arlington Museum of Art is pleased to announce the first exhibition associated with its new Artist-in-Residency program, MUMENTOUS: The Upsizing of a Texas Tradition by Amy J. Schultz. This multi-media exhibition will explore a subject matter that is ubiquitously Texan: the long-standing tradition of exchanging mums and garters at high school homecomings. Amy J. Schultz, an artist, writer, and award-winning photographer has spent the last three years studying this unique Texas high school tradition. Rather than focusing solely on the physical characteristics of today's mums --elaborate silk versions of chrysanthemum corsages from days gone by -- she has explored the driving forces behind the tradition including fan and pop culture through the years, social media, critics, the DIY movement, entrepreneurship and moms.

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The State Fair of Texas, along with Dallas Historical Society presents the State Fair of Texas exhibit Texas Cinema at the Hall of State in Fair Park.

Date: Friday September 27, 2019 through Sunday October 20, 2019.
Time: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Location: Hall of State in Fair Park
Address: 3939 Grand Avenue
Price: Free with State Fair Admission
Category: Arts / Exhibits
LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION!
The State Fair of Texas, along with Dallas Historical Society presents the State Fair of Texas exhibit Texas Cinema at the Hall of State in Fair Park. The exhibit runs through the duration of the State Fair, September 27- October 20, 2019.
Texas Cinema focuses on the history and impact of film performers and creators- writers, directors, and producers from the Lone Star State as well as the depiction of Texas through film. Incorporating a substantial amount of video and other media elements, the Great Hall will come alive with interactive opportunities and valuable historical artifacts.
Through a partnership with the Dallas Film Society, the Hall of States Margaret and Al Hill Lecture Hall will feature a 30-minute video of all films from Texas in the last 100 years, looping throughout the day, each day during the State Fair.
Entertaining photo opportunities of famous backdrops of well-known scenes from Texas films to capture memories and create social media moments will be available.
Experience Texas Cinema at the Hall of State in Fair Park during the 2019 State Fair of Texas.
Also on display at Hall of State during the State Fair of Texas, the Dallas Historical Society exhibit Shared Border, which depicts the shared culture of Texas and Mexico.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

Summer Produce and Sun Systems

Date: Saturday October 12, 2019 through Saturday November 16, 2019.
Time: 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Galleri Urbane
Address: 2277 Monitor St. Dallas, TX 75207
Price: NA
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Summer Produce and Sun Systems
Jason Willaford and Samantha McCurdy
October 12 - November 16, 2019
Public Opening Reception: Saturday, October 12, 5:30-8pm
Summer Produce includes new work completed this summer in the artists Florida studio as well as pieces finished in the weeks leading up to the exhibition. Taking the momentum from his April show, Willaford has employed new techniques and materials to continue pushing his approach to the unique medium.

Returning for her second solo exhibition with Galleri Urbane, Samantha McCurdy presents Sun Systems. The exhibition includes a new collection of the artists signature shaped paintings created by stretching spandex fabric over concealed objects to generate forms that reach out and beyond the standard, rectilinear picture plane. In contrast to much of McCurdys previously created objects that have referenced the human body, including those in her 2018 exhibition Personal Boundaries, this body of work invites viewers to consider them in relation to celestial bodies of the universe.

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Vadim Gushchin

Date: Saturday September 7, 2019 through Saturday October 26, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: PDNB Gallery
Address: 154 Glass Street, Ste. 104, Dallas, TX 75207
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
PDNB Gallery is proud to present the first solo exhibition for Russian artist, Vadim Gushchin in the gallery. This show kicks off our Fall Season 2019.

In the artists simple studio, a room in his Moscow home that doubles as a dining room and guestroom, Vadim photographs still lives of common, every day objects. The objects include food, books, ephemera, buttons, and various kitchen tools.

Kazimir Malevich and the Suprematism movement is rooted in Vadims minimalist compositions. Malevichs art and philosophy has had a stronghold on the art world since its small movement began in the Soviet Union in the 1920s. In brief, Malevich invented the term, Suprematism, since his belief that the purity of art was through color and shape, transcending the image.

For example, Vadims books are not titled or illustrated on the covers. They are simple shapes on a plane. The colors are mostly primary. The minimal compositions pay homage to Suprematism. Because of this spatial presentation, the book, a symbol of knowledge, becomes a stronger message in the artwork.

Vadim Gushchins work has been exhibited widely in Russia, Europe, South America, Asia and the United States.

This solo exhibition will occur concurrently with the solo exhibition of Jeffrey Silverthornes recent work.
Exhibition will be on view through October 26, 2019.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

Looking: Photographs by Jeffrey Silverthorne

Date: Saturday September 7, 2019 through Saturday October 26, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: PDNB Gallery
Address: 154 Glass Street, Ste. 104
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Making his haunting debut into the art world in the early 1970's, Jeffrey Silverthorne's Morgue document became a foundation of his career.

Throughout the years, his subject matter incorporated sex, love, loss, violence, betrayal, identity and other subjects of human nature. He does not tread lightly with his art, which is to say, he has no fear in his use of metaphor.

PDNB Gallery has represented Jeffrey Silverthorne since 1999. This exhibition will include, as stated above, more recent images. The lightness of daily observations is not as heavy handed. We see random portraits of friends, strangers, children and even some serene, colorful landscapes. Color is used more often in this later work, where black and white was mostly his default.

Some earlier work will be included, including his brutal bullfight series, which Silverthorne illustrates in intense color. Some images from his 1970's transvestite series, as well as his seminal morgue series will be exhibited.

Jeffrey Silverthorne recently retired from teaching at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island. He holds an M.F.A., an MA in Teaching, and a B.F.A. from the Rhode Island School of Design. His work is represented in many museum collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York City, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, MFA Boston, ICP, New York City, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France, and the Musée de l'Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland.

The artist will be attending the opening, Saturday, September 7, 2019. Exhibition will be on view through October 26, 2019

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Discotech

Date: Monday August 5, 2019 through Tuesday December 31, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Sweet Tooth Hotel
Address: 2316 Victory Park Lane
Price: $20
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Life's a disco...and you're on stage! Step into the shoes of an icon in this immersive digital art experience and grab a drink at the newly opened Prince-themed Bar Reign, serving five signature cocktails.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

Riveter

Date: Tuesday October 1, 2019 through Thursday October 31, 2019.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Online Gallery
Address: https://www.envisionartshow.com
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Riveter will be a contemporary and fine art online exhibition that exemplifies empowerment of women, and will be virtually on display between October 1 - October 31. All artworks must represent the theme of female empowerment, including but not limited to female and female identifying artists, and male artists that practice the required theme. Accepting all genres and art styles. Tasteful nudity only please.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

Organic as Inorganic

Date: Saturday September 14, 2019 through Friday October 25, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Pardieu Gallery
Address: 550 S Watters Rd. Suite 277, Allen, TX 75013
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Pardieu Gallery is proud to present "Organic as Inorganic" an Exhibit by Texas Artist Sam Leeke September 14th - October 25th 2019

Sam Leeke lives in Dallas, but spent his childhood summers in Post Mills Vermont where he enjoyed the mountains, visiting the village library and doodling on the porch with his Bic 4-color pen. Sams mission is to make people happy. Leeke's favorite subjects are clouds, cities, music, video games, and pop culture in general. Sam Leeke's preferred medium is digital: characterized by a bright colorful palette and bold shapes rendered in a pop art style. See the mesmerizing, and intricate work of Sam Leeke's Organic as Inorganic on display September 14th through October 25th 2019

Pardieu Gallery is conveniently located 1/2 block north of the popular shopping destination of Watters Creek at Montgomery Farm in Allen.

Pardieu Gallery: Exhibiting artists from the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex. Regional art presented within an intimate space. Spend a little time with the artwork of Sam Leeke and schedule your private viewing today. Once you have scheduled simply arrive at the time you have chosen and the Gallery Director Larry Pardieu will meet you at the front door and escort you to the exhibit.

text myart to 31996 to schedule a private viewing or visit www.pardieugallery.com for more information.

Sam Leeke will have an artist talk on October 19th reservation required.

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Artist Open Studio Avocados Ceramics Arts Academy

Date: Event occurs every Monday of every month.
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: Arts Mission Oak Cliff
Address: 410 S. Windomere Avenue
Price: $25 a painter
Category: Arts / Exhibits
artistopenstudio AVOCADOS CERAMICS ARTS ACADEMY

Mondays 7-9pm ALL ages, family friendly
ALL Skill Levels Welcome

We are a walk-in, make art, create memories Paint-Your-Own-Pottery art studio. All supplies are provided, and we're super helpful & friendly. Choose from ready-to-paint pottery shapes or working with clay.
We don't charge a studio fee - the cost of your pottery includes everything. No appointment is needed - walk on in! If you have a group of 6-8 painters, call us and we'll reserve a large table for you. We'll glaze and fire your pottery and notify you when it is ready for pick-up in our studio on a business day. Your pottery is made to ENJOY - it's completely dishwasher and food-safe. You're always welcome to bring snacks and beverages. Our large multi purpose room is a perfect spot for Kids Birthday Parties, Team Meetings & other Celebrations. The Studio is also available for your private event; if you've got 10 or more painters, rent the entire Studio! Located in Arts Mission Oak Cliff!


Got a question? CALL Lauren Melton, Owner, or send an EMAIL LaurenBMelton88@gmail.com and we'll get back to you ASAP!

$25/painter

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Tuesday October 15, 2019 9 Events

MUMentous: The Upsizing of a Texas Tradition

Date: Friday September 27, 2019 through Sunday November 24, 2019.
Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Arlington Museum of Art
Address: 201 W Main Street, Arlington, TX 76010
Price: Adults: $10; Students and Seniors: $5; Children Under 12: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
The Arlington Museum of Art is pleased to announce the first exhibition associated with its new Artist-in-Residency program, MUMENTOUS: The Upsizing of a Texas Tradition by Amy J. Schultz. This multi-media exhibition will explore a subject matter that is ubiquitously Texan: the long-standing tradition of exchanging mums and garters at high school homecomings. Amy J. Schultz, an artist, writer, and award-winning photographer has spent the last three years studying this unique Texas high school tradition. Rather than focusing solely on the physical characteristics of today's mums --elaborate silk versions of chrysanthemum corsages from days gone by -- she has explored the driving forces behind the tradition including fan and pop culture through the years, social media, critics, the DIY movement, entrepreneurship and moms.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

The State Fair of Texas, along with Dallas Historical Society presents the State Fair of Texas exhibit Texas Cinema at the Hall of State in Fair Park.

Date: Friday September 27, 2019 through Sunday October 20, 2019.
Time: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Location: Hall of State in Fair Park
Address: 3939 Grand Avenue
Price: Free with State Fair Admission
Category: Arts / Exhibits
LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION!
The State Fair of Texas, along with Dallas Historical Society presents the State Fair of Texas exhibit Texas Cinema at the Hall of State in Fair Park. The exhibit runs through the duration of the State Fair, September 27- October 20, 2019.
Texas Cinema focuses on the history and impact of film performers and creators- writers, directors, and producers from the Lone Star State as well as the depiction of Texas through film. Incorporating a substantial amount of video and other media elements, the Great Hall will come alive with interactive opportunities and valuable historical artifacts.
Through a partnership with the Dallas Film Society, the Hall of States Margaret and Al Hill Lecture Hall will feature a 30-minute video of all films from Texas in the last 100 years, looping throughout the day, each day during the State Fair.
Entertaining photo opportunities of famous backdrops of well-known scenes from Texas films to capture memories and create social media moments will be available.
Experience Texas Cinema at the Hall of State in Fair Park during the 2019 State Fair of Texas.
Also on display at Hall of State during the State Fair of Texas, the Dallas Historical Society exhibit Shared Border, which depicts the shared culture of Texas and Mexico.

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Oak Lawn Neighborhood Happy Hour

Date: Event occurs every Tuesday of every month.
Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Address: 3190 Welborn Street, Dallas TX 75219
Price: Varies
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Join Steel Restaurant and Lounge every Tuesday from 5 to 7 p.m. for their Oak Lawn Neighborhood Happy Hour featuring $3 off all cocktails, $5 shared plates and special prices on Steel Signature maki rolls.

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Summer Produce and Sun Systems

Date: Saturday October 12, 2019 through Saturday November 16, 2019.
Time: 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Galleri Urbane
Address: 2277 Monitor St. Dallas, TX 75207
Price: NA
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Summer Produce and Sun Systems
Jason Willaford and Samantha McCurdy
October 12 - November 16, 2019
Public Opening Reception: Saturday, October 12, 5:30-8pm
Summer Produce includes new work completed this summer in the artists Florida studio as well as pieces finished in the weeks leading up to the exhibition. Taking the momentum from his April show, Willaford has employed new techniques and materials to continue pushing his approach to the unique medium.

Returning for her second solo exhibition with Galleri Urbane, Samantha McCurdy presents Sun Systems. The exhibition includes a new collection of the artists signature shaped paintings created by stretching spandex fabric over concealed objects to generate forms that reach out and beyond the standard, rectilinear picture plane. In contrast to much of McCurdys previously created objects that have referenced the human body, including those in her 2018 exhibition Personal Boundaries, this body of work invites viewers to consider them in relation to celestial bodies of the universe.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

Vadim Gushchin

Date: Saturday September 7, 2019 through Saturday October 26, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: PDNB Gallery
Address: 154 Glass Street, Ste. 104, Dallas, TX 75207
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
PDNB Gallery is proud to present the first solo exhibition for Russian artist, Vadim Gushchin in the gallery. This show kicks off our Fall Season 2019.

In the artists simple studio, a room in his Moscow home that doubles as a dining room and guestroom, Vadim photographs still lives of common, every day objects. The objects include food, books, ephemera, buttons, and various kitchen tools.

Kazimir Malevich and the Suprematism movement is rooted in Vadims minimalist compositions. Malevichs art and philosophy has had a stronghold on the art world since its small movement began in the Soviet Union in the 1920s. In brief, Malevich invented the term, Suprematism, since his belief that the purity of art was through color and shape, transcending the image.

For example, Vadims books are not titled or illustrated on the covers. They are simple shapes on a plane. The colors are mostly primary. The minimal compositions pay homage to Suprematism. Because of this spatial presentation, the book, a symbol of knowledge, becomes a stronger message in the artwork.

Vadim Gushchins work has been exhibited widely in Russia, Europe, South America, Asia and the United States.

This solo exhibition will occur concurrently with the solo exhibition of Jeffrey Silverthornes recent work.
Exhibition will be on view through October 26, 2019.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

Looking: Photographs by Jeffrey Silverthorne

Date: Saturday September 7, 2019 through Saturday October 26, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: PDNB Gallery
Address: 154 Glass Street, Ste. 104
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Making his haunting debut into the art world in the early 1970's, Jeffrey Silverthorne's Morgue document became a foundation of his career.

Throughout the years, his subject matter incorporated sex, love, loss, violence, betrayal, identity and other subjects of human nature. He does not tread lightly with his art, which is to say, he has no fear in his use of metaphor.

PDNB Gallery has represented Jeffrey Silverthorne since 1999. This exhibition will include, as stated above, more recent images. The lightness of daily observations is not as heavy handed. We see random portraits of friends, strangers, children and even some serene, colorful landscapes. Color is used more often in this later work, where black and white was mostly his default.

Some earlier work will be included, including his brutal bullfight series, which Silverthorne illustrates in intense color. Some images from his 1970's transvestite series, as well as his seminal morgue series will be exhibited.

Jeffrey Silverthorne recently retired from teaching at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island. He holds an M.F.A., an MA in Teaching, and a B.F.A. from the Rhode Island School of Design. His work is represented in many museum collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York City, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, MFA Boston, ICP, New York City, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France, and the Musée de l'Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland.

The artist will be attending the opening, Saturday, September 7, 2019. Exhibition will be on view through October 26, 2019

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Discotech

Date: Monday August 5, 2019 through Tuesday December 31, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Sweet Tooth Hotel
Address: 2316 Victory Park Lane
Price: $20
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Life's a disco...and you're on stage! Step into the shoes of an icon in this immersive digital art experience and grab a drink at the newly opened Prince-themed Bar Reign, serving five signature cocktails.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

Riveter

Date: Tuesday October 1, 2019 through Thursday October 31, 2019.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Online Gallery
Address: https://www.envisionartshow.com
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Riveter will be a contemporary and fine art online exhibition that exemplifies empowerment of women, and will be virtually on display between October 1 - October 31. All artworks must represent the theme of female empowerment, including but not limited to female and female identifying artists, and male artists that practice the required theme. Accepting all genres and art styles. Tasteful nudity only please.

Add toGoogle Calendar Add toOutlook or iCal

Organic as Inorganic

Date: Saturday September 14, 2019 through Friday October 25, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Pardieu Gallery
Address: 550 S Watters Rd. Suite 277, Allen, TX 75013
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Pardieu Gallery is proud to present "Organic as Inorganic" an Exhibit by Texas Artist Sam Leeke September 14th - October 25th 2019

Sam Leeke lives in Dallas, but spent his childhood summers in Post Mills Vermont where he enjoyed the mountains, visiting the village library and doodling on the porch with his Bic 4-color pen. Sams mission is to make people happy. Leeke's favorite subjects are clouds, cities, music, video games, and pop culture in general. Sam Leeke's preferred medium is digital: characterized by a bright colorful palette and bold shapes rendered in a pop art style. See the mesmerizing, and intricate work of Sam Leeke's Organic as Inorganic on display September 14th through October 25th 2019

Pardieu Gallery is conveniently located 1/2 block north of the popular shopping destination of Watters Creek at Montgomery Farm in Allen.

Pardieu Gallery: Exhibiting artists from the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex. Regional art presented within an intimate space. Spend a little time with the artwork of Sam Leeke and schedule your private viewing today. Once you have scheduled simply arrive at the time you have chosen and the Gallery Director Larry Pardieu will meet you at the front door and escort you to the exhibit.

text myart to 31996 to schedule a private viewing or visit www.pardieugallery.com for more information.

Sam Leeke will have an artist talk on October 19th reservation required.

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Wednesday October 16, 2019 8 Events

MUMentous: The Upsizing of a Texas Tradition

Date: Friday September 27, 2019 through Sunday November 24, 2019.
Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Arlington Museum of Art
Address: 201 W Main Street, Arlington, TX 76010
Price: Adults: $10; Students and Seniors: $5; Children Under 12: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
The Arlington Museum of Art is pleased to announce the first exhibition associated with its new Artist-in-Residency program, MUMENTOUS: The Upsizing of a Texas Tradition by Amy J. Schultz. This multi-media exhibition will explore a subject matter that is ubiquitously Texan: the long-standing tradition of exchanging mums and garters at high school homecomings. Amy J. Schultz, an artist, writer, and award-winning photographer has spent the last three years studying this unique Texas high school tradition. Rather than focusing solely on the physical characteristics of today's mums --elaborate silk versions of chrysanthemum corsages from days gone by -- she has explored the driving forces behind the tradition including fan and pop culture through the years, social media, critics, the DIY movement, entrepreneurship and moms.

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The State Fair of Texas, along with Dallas Historical Society presents the State Fair of Texas exhibit Texas Cinema at the Hall of State in Fair Park.

Date: Friday September 27, 2019 through Sunday October 20, 2019.
Time: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Location: Hall of State in Fair Park
Address: 3939 Grand Avenue
Price: Free with State Fair Admission
Category: Arts / Exhibits
LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION!
The State Fair of Texas, along with Dallas Historical Society presents the State Fair of Texas exhibit Texas Cinema at the Hall of State in Fair Park. The exhibit runs through the duration of the State Fair, September 27- October 20, 2019.
Texas Cinema focuses on the history and impact of film performers and creators- writers, directors, and producers from the Lone Star State as well as the depiction of Texas through film. Incorporating a substantial amount of video and other media elements, the Great Hall will come alive with interactive opportunities and valuable historical artifacts.
Through a partnership with the Dallas Film Society, the Hall of States Margaret and Al Hill Lecture Hall will feature a 30-minute video of all films from Texas in the last 100 years, looping throughout the day, each day during the State Fair.
Entertaining photo opportunities of famous backdrops of well-known scenes from Texas films to capture memories and create social media moments will be available.
Experience Texas Cinema at the Hall of State in Fair Park during the 2019 State Fair of Texas.
Also on display at Hall of State during the State Fair of Texas, the Dallas Historical Society exhibit Shared Border, which depicts the shared culture of Texas and Mexico.

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Summer Produce and Sun Systems

Date: Saturday October 12, 2019 through Saturday November 16, 2019.
Time: 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Galleri Urbane
Address: 2277 Monitor St. Dallas, TX 75207
Price: NA
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Summer Produce and Sun Systems
Jason Willaford and Samantha McCurdy
October 12 - November 16, 2019
Public Opening Reception: Saturday, October 12, 5:30-8pm
Summer Produce includes new work completed this summer in the artists Florida studio as well as pieces finished in the weeks leading up to the exhibition. Taking the momentum from his April show, Willaford has employed new techniques and materials to continue pushing his approach to the unique medium.

Returning for her second solo exhibition with Galleri Urbane, Samantha McCurdy presents Sun Systems. The exhibition includes a new collection of the artists signature shaped paintings created by stretching spandex fabric over concealed objects to generate forms that reach out and beyond the standard, rectilinear picture plane. In contrast to much of McCurdys previously created objects that have referenced the human body, including those in her 2018 exhibition Personal Boundaries, this body of work invites viewers to consider them in relation to celestial bodies of the universe.

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Vadim Gushchin

Date: Saturday September 7, 2019 through Saturday October 26, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: PDNB Gallery
Address: 154 Glass Street, Ste. 104, Dallas, TX 75207
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
PDNB Gallery is proud to present the first solo exhibition for Russian artist, Vadim Gushchin in the gallery. This show kicks off our Fall Season 2019.

In the artists simple studio, a room in his Moscow home that doubles as a dining room and guestroom, Vadim photographs still lives of common, every day objects. The objects include food, books, ephemera, buttons, and various kitchen tools.

Kazimir Malevich and the Suprematism movement is rooted in Vadims minimalist compositions. Malevichs art and philosophy has had a stronghold on the art world since its small movement began in the Soviet Union in the 1920s. In brief, Malevich invented the term, Suprematism, since his belief that the purity of art was through color and shape, transcending the image.

For example, Vadims books are not titled or illustrated on the covers. They are simple shapes on a plane. The colors are mostly primary. The minimal compositions pay homage to Suprematism. Because of this spatial presentation, the book, a symbol of knowledge, becomes a stronger message in the artwork.

Vadim Gushchins work has been exhibited widely in Russia, Europe, South America, Asia and the United States.

This solo exhibition will occur concurrently with the solo exhibition of Jeffrey Silverthornes recent work.
Exhibition will be on view through October 26, 2019.

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Looking: Photographs by Jeffrey Silverthorne

Date: Saturday September 7, 2019 through Saturday October 26, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: PDNB Gallery
Address: 154 Glass Street, Ste. 104
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Making his haunting debut into the art world in the early 1970's, Jeffrey Silverthorne's Morgue document became a foundation of his career.

Throughout the years, his subject matter incorporated sex, love, loss, violence, betrayal, identity and other subjects of human nature. He does not tread lightly with his art, which is to say, he has no fear in his use of metaphor.

PDNB Gallery has represented Jeffrey Silverthorne since 1999. This exhibition will include, as stated above, more recent images. The lightness of daily observations is not as heavy handed. We see random portraits of friends, strangers, children and even some serene, colorful landscapes. Color is used more often in this later work, where black and white was mostly his default.

Some earlier work will be included, including his brutal bullfight series, which Silverthorne illustrates in intense color. Some images from his 1970's transvestite series, as well as his seminal morgue series will be exhibited.

Jeffrey Silverthorne recently retired from teaching at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island. He holds an M.F.A., an MA in Teaching, and a B.F.A. from the Rhode Island School of Design. His work is represented in many museum collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York City, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, MFA Boston, ICP, New York City, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France, and the Musée de l'Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland.

The artist will be attending the opening, Saturday, September 7, 2019. Exhibition will be on view through October 26, 2019

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Discotech

Date: Monday August 5, 2019 through Tuesday December 31, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Sweet Tooth Hotel
Address: 2316 Victory Park Lane
Price: $20
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Life's a disco...and you're on stage! Step into the shoes of an icon in this immersive digital art experience and grab a drink at the newly opened Prince-themed Bar Reign, serving five signature cocktails.

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Riveter

Date: Tuesday October 1, 2019 through Thursday October 31, 2019.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Online Gallery
Address: https://www.envisionartshow.com
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Riveter will be a contemporary and fine art online exhibition that exemplifies empowerment of women, and will be virtually on display between October 1 - October 31. All artworks must represent the theme of female empowerment, including but not limited to female and female identifying artists, and male artists that practice the required theme. Accepting all genres and art styles. Tasteful nudity only please.

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Organic as Inorganic

Date: Saturday September 14, 2019 through Friday October 25, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Pardieu Gallery
Address: 550 S Watters Rd. Suite 277, Allen, TX 75013
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Pardieu Gallery is proud to present "Organic as Inorganic" an Exhibit by Texas Artist Sam Leeke September 14th - October 25th 2019

Sam Leeke lives in Dallas, but spent his childhood summers in Post Mills Vermont where he enjoyed the mountains, visiting the village library and doodling on the porch with his Bic 4-color pen. Sams mission is to make people happy. Leeke's favorite subjects are clouds, cities, music, video games, and pop culture in general. Sam Leeke's preferred medium is digital: characterized by a bright colorful palette and bold shapes rendered in a pop art style. See the mesmerizing, and intricate work of Sam Leeke's Organic as Inorganic on display September 14th through October 25th 2019

Pardieu Gallery is conveniently located 1/2 block north of the popular shopping destination of Watters Creek at Montgomery Farm in Allen.

Pardieu Gallery: Exhibiting artists from the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex. Regional art presented within an intimate space. Spend a little time with the artwork of Sam Leeke and schedule your private viewing today. Once you have scheduled simply arrive at the time you have chosen and the Gallery Director Larry Pardieu will meet you at the front door and escort you to the exhibit.

text myart to 31996 to schedule a private viewing or visit www.pardieugallery.com for more information.

Sam Leeke will have an artist talk on October 19th reservation required.

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Thursday October 17, 2019 11 Events

MUMentous: The Upsizing of a Texas Tradition

Date: Friday September 27, 2019 through Sunday November 24, 2019.
Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Arlington Museum of Art
Address: 201 W Main Street, Arlington, TX 76010
Price: Adults: $10; Students and Seniors: $5; Children Under 12: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
The Arlington Museum of Art is pleased to announce the first exhibition associated with its new Artist-in-Residency program, MUMENTOUS: The Upsizing of a Texas Tradition by Amy J. Schultz. This multi-media exhibition will explore a subject matter that is ubiquitously Texan: the long-standing tradition of exchanging mums and garters at high school homecomings. Amy J. Schultz, an artist, writer, and award-winning photographer has spent the last three years studying this unique Texas high school tradition. Rather than focusing solely on the physical characteristics of today's mums --elaborate silk versions of chrysanthemum corsages from days gone by -- she has explored the driving forces behind the tradition including fan and pop culture through the years, social media, critics, the DIY movement, entrepreneurship and moms.

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The State Fair of Texas, along with Dallas Historical Society presents the State Fair of Texas exhibit Texas Cinema at the Hall of State in Fair Park.

Date: Friday September 27, 2019 through Sunday October 20, 2019.
Time: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Location: Hall of State in Fair Park
Address: 3939 Grand Avenue
Price: Free with State Fair Admission
Category: Arts / Exhibits
LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION!
The State Fair of Texas, along with Dallas Historical Society presents the State Fair of Texas exhibit Texas Cinema at the Hall of State in Fair Park. The exhibit runs through the duration of the State Fair, September 27- October 20, 2019.
Texas Cinema focuses on the history and impact of film performers and creators- writers, directors, and producers from the Lone Star State as well as the depiction of Texas through film. Incorporating a substantial amount of video and other media elements, the Great Hall will come alive with interactive opportunities and valuable historical artifacts.
Through a partnership with the Dallas Film Society, the Hall of States Margaret and Al Hill Lecture Hall will feature a 30-minute video of all films from Texas in the last 100 years, looping throughout the day, each day during the State Fair.
Entertaining photo opportunities of famous backdrops of well-known scenes from Texas films to capture memories and create social media moments will be available.
Experience Texas Cinema at the Hall of State in Fair Park during the 2019 State Fair of Texas.
Also on display at Hall of State during the State Fair of Texas, the Dallas Historical Society exhibit Shared Border, which depicts the shared culture of Texas and Mexico.

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Dragon Street Galleries Third Thursdays Art Walk

Date: Event occurs the third Thursday of every month.
Time: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Dallas Design District
Address: Dragon St
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Third Thursdays With Dragon Street Galleries
North End of Dragon Street, Between Oaklawn and Payne Street
Dallas Design District, Dallas Tx 75207
5 to 8 PM

Join the Dragon Street Galleries for Third Thursdays, a monthly casual art walk on the North end of Dragon street with different businesses and galleries participating each month. This month, join Robert Lawrence Designs, Ferrari Gallery, Joel Cooner Gallery, Christopher Martin Gallery, Ginger Fox Gallery, The Lawley Art Group, Beaudry Gallery, and Stacie Hernandez Fine Art for great art and a vibrant community from 5 to 8 PM in the Dallas Design District.
The event is free and open to the public.

Robert Lawrence Designs 1607 Dragon St.
Since 2006, Robert-Lawrence Designs has been supplying the interior design community of Texas and surrounding states with high quality silk and dried floral arrangements, artificial plants and custom made trees. Robert Lawrence also offers a hand-picked line of accessories to complete your home's look, no matter the style. In 2018, RLD began offering a rotating selection of contemporary art in various styles with the goal of providing a platform for fresh talent.

Ferrari Gallery 1605 Dragon St.
Ferrari Gallery, located in the heart of the Dallas Design District, represents abstract metal sculptures by James Ferrari, Maxterpieces by painter, Max Jones and abstract & representational contemporary paintings by Debra Ferrari. The gallery is open to the public and provides art curation. In addition to the gallery, visitors have the opportunity to meet the artists first hand (James & Debra Ferrari) and see works in process in their studios located at 1605 Dragon Street.

Joel Cooner Gallery 1601 Dragon St.
The Joel Cooner Gallery specializes in important Tribal, Asian, Oceanic, Pre-Columbian and Ancient artworks. We cater to the discerning collector and search the world for pieces with cultural significance and a distinctive presence.

Christopher Martin Gallery 1533 Dragon St.
Founded almost 24 years ago in Dallas, Christopher Martin Gallery has created the perfect atmosphere to present the reverse glass paintings and the limited edition works of Aspen based, American Artist, Christopher H. Martin. In addition to the work of mid-career sculptors Jim Keller, Brandon Reese, Michael Sirvet, and Gregory Price. Presently the gallery is located in the Dallas Design District, 1533 Dragon Street, in a recently renovated 5,000 sq. ft. space. Additional Galleries are located in Aspen, Colorado; and most recently New York, NY. The gallery is directed by Natalie Crosby.

Ginger Fox Gallery 1531 Dragon St.
Ginger Fox Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in Dallas Texas featuring paintings by Ginger Fox and select emerging and mid-career artists. In the spacious 5,000 square feet, the Dragon St. location accommodates a larger collection of artworks as well as a working studio for Ginger Fox. The gallery primarily features paintings by Ginger Fox, but also represents a select group of other local fine artists including Juli Price, Jennifer Lashbrook, and Brian Broadway. It continues to be a balanced, interactive, well-functioning team with Foxs art and Humphreys business acumen.

The Lawley Art Group 1507 Dragon St.
Tanner Lawley got his start in the Dallas art scene in 2006 working for Reflection Fine Art. We started as an art group in April of 2015 by introducing 12 new artists to the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex art market. We specialize in contemporary fine art, street art and modern art. We've hosted many amazing events in our beautiful gallery space since then.

Beaudry Gallery 1425 Dragon St.
Beaudry is a 3500 square foot gallery in the heart of Design District. Mary Beaudry has owned and operated the business for 27 years. Offering picture framing services as well as white glove delivery and installation. There is always something exciting going on at Beaudry, from finding the newest hottest artist to helping designers complete their million-dollar projects. The Gallery shows abstract art as well as modern realism, showing cutting edge emerging artists to established veterans to help you build your art collection with high quality art.

Stacie Hernandez Fine Art 1110 Dragon Street, Suite 120
Stacie Hernandez Fine Art, LLC is a contemporary Fine Art Gallery and Studio offering collectors, designers and art patrons a unique insight into Stacie's vision and message, through a variety of medium. As an abstract expressionist, she strives to create the emotions associated with people and events. It is the memory, the feeling, the connection that drive her work in the selection of the medium, the nature of each piece, the colors and movement, textures and layers that comprise it. Even the use of photography as a medium carries that same sense of movement, layer and emotion. Open Tuesday to Saturday, 11:00 am to 5:00 pm and by appointment.

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Third Thursday's Art Walk with the Dragon Street Galleries

Date: Event occurs the third Thursday of every month.
Time: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: The length of Dragon Street, Dallas Design District
Address: Dragon St
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Third Thursday's Art Walk with the Dragon Street Galleries
Dallas Design District, Dallas Tx 75207
The Third Thursday of Every Month, 5 to 8 PM

Join the Dragon Street Galleries for Third Thursdays, a monthly casual art walk on the length of Dragon street with different businesses and galleries participating each month. This month, join Robert Lawrence Designs, Ferrari Gallery, Joel Cooner Gallery, Christopher Martin Gallery, Ginger Fox Gallery, The Lawley Art Group, Beaudry Gallery, Laura Rathe Fine Art, Stacie Hernandez Fine Art, Samuel Lynne Galleries, and CINQ Gallery for great art and a vibrant community from 5 to 8 PM in the Dallas Design District.
The event is free and open to the public.

Robert Lawrence Designs , 1607 Dragon St.
Since 2006, Robert-Lawrence Designs has been supplying the interior design community of Texas and surrounding states with high quality silk and dried floral arrangements, artificial plants and custom made trees. Robert Lawrence also offers a hand-picked line of accessories to complete your home's look, no matter the style. In 2018, RLD began offering a rotating selection of contemporary art in various styles with the goal of providing a platform for fresh talent.

Ferrari Gallery , 1605 Dragon St.
Ferrari Gallery, located in the heart of the Dallas Design District, represents abstract metal sculptures by James Ferrari, Maxterpieces by painter, Max Jones and abstract & representational contemporary paintings by Debra Ferrari. The gallery is open to the public and provides art curation. In addition to the gallery, visitors have the opportunity to meet the artists first hand (James & Debra Ferrari) and see works in process in their studios located at 1605 Dragon Street.

Joel Cooner Gallery , 1601 Dragon St.
The Joel Cooner Gallery specializes in important Tribal, Asian, Oceanic, Pre-Columbian and Ancient artworks. We cater to the discerning collector and search the world for pieces with cultural significance and a distinctive presence.

Christopher Martin Gallery , 1533 Dragon St.
Founded almost 24 years ago in Dallas, Christopher Martin Gallery has created the perfect atmosphere to present the reverse glass paintings and the limited edition works of Aspen based, American Artist, Christopher H. Martin. In addition to the work of mid-career sculptors Jim Keller, Brandon Reese, Michael Sirvet, and Gregory Price. Presently the gallery is located in the Dallas Design District, 1533 Dragon Street, in a recently renovated 5,000 sq. ft. space. Additional Galleries are located in Aspen, Colorado; and most recently New York, NY. The gallery is directed by Natalie Crosby.

Ginger Fox Gallery , 1531 Dragon St.
Ginger Fox Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in Dallas Texas featuring paintings by Ginger Fox and select emerging and mid-career artists. In the spacious 5,000 square feet, the Dragon St. location accommodates a larger collection of artworks as well as a working studio for Ginger Fox. The gallery primarily features paintings by Ginger Fox, but also represents a select group of other local fine artists including Juli Price, Jennifer Lashbrook, and Brian Broadway. It continues to be a balanced, interactive, well-functioning team with Foxs art and Humphreys business acumen.

The Lawley Art Group , 1507 Dragon St.
Tanner Lawley got his start in the Dallas art scene in 2006 working for Reflection Fine Art. We started as an art group in April of 2015 by introducing 12 new artists to the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex art market. We specialize in contemporary fine art, street art and modern art. We've hosted many amazing events in our beautiful gallery space since then.

Beaudry Gallery , 1425 Dragon St.
Beaudry is a 3500 square foot gallery in the heart of Design District. Mary Beaudry has owned and operated the business for 27 years. Offering picture framing services as well as white glove delivery and installation. There is always something exciting going on at Beaudry, from finding the newest hottest artist to helping designers complete their million-dollar projects. The Gallery shows abstract art as well as modern realism, showing cutting edge emerging artists to established veterans to help you build your art collection with high quality art.

Laura Rathe Fine Art , 1130 Dragon Street, Suite 130
With over 25 years experience in the industry, gallery owner, Laura Rathe, started her career working as a private art dealer before establishing Laura Rathe Fine Art (LRFA) in 1998 in Houston, Texas. LRFA now operates out of two locations in Houston and a third gallery in Dallas on Dragon Street, the citys premiere arts district destination. Since the gallery's inception, LRFA has established itself as a leading contemporary art venue, offering an impressive range of exhibitions and programming to its patrons in both cities.

Stacie Hernandez Fine Art , 1110 Dragon Street, Suite 120
Stacie Hernandez Fine Art, LLC is a contemporary Fine Art Gallery and Studio offering collectors, designers and art patrons a unique insight into Stacie's vision and message, through a variety of medium. As an abstract expressionist, she strives to create the emotions associated with people and events. It is the memory, the feeling, the connection that drive her work in the selection of the medium, the nature of each piece, the colors and movement, textures and layers that comprise it. Even the use of photography as a medium carries that same sense of movement, layer and emotion. Open Tuesday - Saturday, 11:00 am to 5;00 pm and by appointment.

Samuel Lynne Galleries , 1105 Dragon St.
Samuel Lynne Galleries is an art destination in Dallas. It is the realization of the dream of artist JD Miller and entrepreneur Philip Romano, which came to fruition in 2008. The mission of this state of the art, award winning gallery is to represent a very select group of artists, each with a unique vision and message within the contemporary art world. The gallery presents annual exhibition programming, as well as conversations with collectors and professionals within the art world that develops and creates a new interaction within the community.

CINQ Gallery , 905 Dragon St.
CINQ Gallery promotes emerging and mid-career artists who share a unique vision and passion for contemporary art. The gallery provides a platform to showcase and develop the individual talents of each artist. CINQs style and sensibility offers a unique blend of artistic disciplines, creating an enjoyable experience for all. CINQs philosophy is to celebrate the diverse nature of producing and experiencing art. The gallery features the work of a multitude of artists, ranging from local to international backgrounds.

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Summer Produce and Sun Systems

Date: Saturday October 12, 2019 through Saturday November 16, 2019.
Time: 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Galleri Urbane
Address: 2277 Monitor St. Dallas, TX 75207
Price: NA
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Summer Produce and Sun Systems
Jason Willaford and Samantha McCurdy
October 12 - November 16, 2019
Public Opening Reception: Saturday, October 12, 5:30-8pm
Summer Produce includes new work completed this summer in the artists Florida studio as well as pieces finished in the weeks leading up to the exhibition. Taking the momentum from his April show, Willaford has employed new techniques and materials to continue pushing his approach to the unique medium.

Returning for her second solo exhibition with Galleri Urbane, Samantha McCurdy presents Sun Systems. The exhibition includes a new collection of the artists signature shaped paintings created by stretching spandex fabric over concealed objects to generate forms that reach out and beyond the standard, rectilinear picture plane. In contrast to much of McCurdys previously created objects that have referenced the human body, including those in her 2018 exhibition Personal Boundaries, this body of work invites viewers to consider them in relation to celestial bodies of the universe.

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NOSH: Culinary Showcase & Power of the Palate: Bartending Competition

Date: Thursday October 17, 2019
Time: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Location: The Empire Room
Address: 1225 N. Riverfront Blvd. Dallas, TX 75207
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Black Restaurant Week and Makers Mark cordially invites you to NOSH, our second annual Dallas culinary showcase featuring premiere Black chefs, caterers, and bartenders! Taste the night away and tantalize your taste buds with flavors of African, African-American, and Caribbean cuisine.

From spicy and savory, to sweet and subtle, we will have an array of options suited for every taste. Vegetarian or Vegan? No problem! Take the guesswork out of finding your next event caterer, wedding-cake vendor, or meal-prep service. All we need you to do is have a great time!

VIP EXPERIENCE: POWER OF THE PALATE BARTENDER COMPETITION
Enjoy the VIP Experience with the Power of the Palate Bartender Competition by Makers Mark. Sip and vote on your favorite cocktail from Dallas top bartenders.

FEATURES:
Multiple Tasting Stations
Cooking Demonstrations
Bartender Competition

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Vadim Gushchin

Date: Saturday September 7, 2019 through Saturday October 26, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: PDNB Gallery
Address: 154 Glass Street, Ste. 104, Dallas, TX 75207
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
PDNB Gallery is proud to present the first solo exhibition for Russian artist, Vadim Gushchin in the gallery. This show kicks off our Fall Season 2019.

In the artists simple studio, a room in his Moscow home that doubles as a dining room and guestroom, Vadim photographs still lives of common, every day objects. The objects include food, books, ephemera, buttons, and various kitchen tools.

Kazimir Malevich and the Suprematism movement is rooted in Vadims minimalist compositions. Malevichs art and philosophy has had a stronghold on the art world since its small movement began in the Soviet Union in the 1920s. In brief, Malevich invented the term, Suprematism, since his belief that the purity of art was through color and shape, transcending the image.

For example, Vadims books are not titled or illustrated on the covers. They are simple shapes on a plane. The colors are mostly primary. The minimal compositions pay homage to Suprematism. Because of this spatial presentation, the book, a symbol of knowledge, becomes a stronger message in the artwork.

Vadim Gushchins work has been exhibited widely in Russia, Europe, South America, Asia and the United States.

This solo exhibition will occur concurrently with the solo exhibition of Jeffrey Silverthornes recent work.
Exhibition will be on view through October 26, 2019.

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Looking: Photographs by Jeffrey Silverthorne

Date: Saturday September 7, 2019 through Saturday October 26, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: PDNB Gallery
Address: 154 Glass Street, Ste. 104
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Making his haunting debut into the art world in the early 1970's, Jeffrey Silverthorne's Morgue document became a foundation of his career.

Throughout the years, his subject matter incorporated sex, love, loss, violence, betrayal, identity and other subjects of human nature. He does not tread lightly with his art, which is to say, he has no fear in his use of metaphor.

PDNB Gallery has represented Jeffrey Silverthorne since 1999. This exhibition will include, as stated above, more recent images. The lightness of daily observations is not as heavy handed. We see random portraits of friends, strangers, children and even some serene, colorful landscapes. Color is used more often in this later work, where black and white was mostly his default.

Some earlier work will be included, including his brutal bullfight series, which Silverthorne illustrates in intense color. Some images from his 1970's transvestite series, as well as his seminal morgue series will be exhibited.

Jeffrey Silverthorne recently retired from teaching at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island. He holds an M.F.A., an MA in Teaching, and a B.F.A. from the Rhode Island School of Design. His work is represented in many museum collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York City, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, MFA Boston, ICP, New York City, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France, and the Musée de l'Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland.

The artist will be attending the opening, Saturday, September 7, 2019. Exhibition will be on view through October 26, 2019

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Discotech

Date: Monday August 5, 2019 through Tuesday December 31, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Sweet Tooth Hotel
Address: 2316 Victory Park Lane
Price: $20
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Life's a disco...and you're on stage! Step into the shoes of an icon in this immersive digital art experience and grab a drink at the newly opened Prince-themed Bar Reign, serving five signature cocktails.

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Riveter

Date: Tuesday October 1, 2019 through Thursday October 31, 2019.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Online Gallery
Address: https://www.envisionartshow.com
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Riveter will be a contemporary and fine art online exhibition that exemplifies empowerment of women, and will be virtually on display between October 1 - October 31. All artworks must represent the theme of female empowerment, including but not limited to female and female identifying artists, and male artists that practice the required theme. Accepting all genres and art styles. Tasteful nudity only please.

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Organic as Inorganic

Date: Saturday September 14, 2019 through Friday October 25, 2019.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Pardieu Gallery
Address: 550 S Watters Rd. Suite 277, Allen, TX 75013
Price: Free
Category: Arts / Exhibits
Pardieu Gallery is proud to present "Organic as Inorganic" an Exhibit by Texas Artist Sam Leeke September 14th - October 25th 2019

Sam Leeke lives in Dallas, but spent his childhood summers in Post Mills Vermont where he enjoyed the mountains, visiting the village library and doodling on the porch with his Bic 4-color pen. Sams mission is to make people happy. Leeke's favorite subjects are clouds, cities, music, video games, and pop culture in general. Sam Leeke's preferred medium is digital: characterized by a bright colorful palette and bold shapes rendered in a pop art style. See the mesmerizing, and intricate work of Sam Leeke's Organic as Inorganic on display September 14th through October 25th 2019

Pardieu Gallery is conveniently located 1/2 block north of the popular shopping destination of Watters Creek at Montgomery Farm in Allen.

Pardieu Gallery: Exhibiting artists from the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex. Regional art presented within an intimate space. Spend a little time with the artwork of Sam Leeke and schedule your private viewing today. Once you have scheduled simply arrive at the time you have chosen and the Gallery Director Larry Pardieu will meet you at the front door and escort you to the exhibit.

text myart to 31996 to schedule a private viewing or visit www.pardieugallery.com for more information.

Sam Leeke will have an artist talk on October 19th reservation required.

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