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Exhibits featuring Claude Monet and David Park begin in June. Read more

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A movie theater, distillery and wine tasting room are just a few of the new additions to this art-driven area. Read more

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Dallas had the Sweet Tooth Hotel. Every other big city had the Museum of Ice Cream. Now Fort Worth is getting an Instagram-worthy art pop-up of its own. Photo from Snap151 Instagram  Dallas had the Sweet Tooth Hotel. Every other big city had th... Read more

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There are two sides to the newly painted mural on Hooker’s Grill — one, a bull rider in front of the Texas flag, and the other, a Native American woman shooting an arrow while sitting on a moon surrounded by wildflowers. by Marissa Alvarado The... Read more

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The origin story began in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Matthew Miller, age 10 at the time, was attending a summer camp where one of the activities was a drama class. The assignment: Pick an item out of a bag and use it to create a skit. When Miller r... Read more

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An interactive, futuristic exhibit is coming to downtown Fort Worth. Photo by Alexandre Ayer Photography by Jenelle Langford An interactive, futuristic exhibit is coming to downtown Fort Worth. From Sept. 28 to Oct. 28, Downtown Fort Worth, I... Read more

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While a nickname like Cowtown doesn’t necessarily elicit a plethora of galleries with work from burgeoning painters, photographers and sculptors, Fort Worth’s vibrant art community is one of the things that makes the city so special. Embrace th... Read more

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With a gallery renovation set to begin in October and a slew of new exhibits in the works, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art is a happenin’ spot. And, in the middle of it all is Shirley Reece-Hughes, the mastermind behind the museum’s collec... Read more

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The Amon Carter Museum of American Art, which houses a diverse collection of North American artwork, including the pictured “Figure” by Morton Schamberg, is getting a facelift. The iconic museum will greet future visitors with improvements to th... Read more

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Birkins and Balenciaga rarely turn heads, but holding a handbag that’s also a work of art? That’s next level. Customized bags are having a moment, and fashion-forward women know that the ultimate OOTD accessory is accented with monograms, hand-pa... Read more

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When it comes to hand-painting that Hermes or adding monograms to Vuittons, Dallas-based artist Kris Ammon is definitely making her mark. Ammon spent a decade in luxury fashion marketing before deciding to combine her professional experience with... Read more

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Ball of Fun. Got the summer blues? Kick that feeling with the summer yellows, greens, pinks and purples. Takashi Murakami’s shockingly colorful exhibition, “The Octopus Eats His Own Leg,” is now on display at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.... Read more

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A local art gallery plans to close its doors in May.  Artisans' Haven at Vagabond Treasures will close after its run at Mayfest, owner Paul Haberman told Fort Worth Magazine in a phone interview. He cited fewer customers as a reason for the clos... Read more

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A whopping 223 artists are set to be recognized this weekend at the MAIN ST. Fort Worth Arts Festival. Not sure what booths to check out? Here’s one way to start: Several of last year’s winners will be back for another round. If you haven’t seen ... Read more

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by Andrew Van Heusden He has won three Grammys and sold over 2 million albums. Now, singer-songwriter Pat Green is joining forces with two other artists to open up a gallery. Green is partnering with Ginger Walker and Cheryl Hodge to bring a ne... Read more

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Photo from Crockett Row at West 7th Instagram page by Andrew Van Heusden Fort Worth continues to expand its public art portfolio. Next stop: Crockett Row at West 7th.  The West Seventh Street development announced the launch of a new public ar... Read more

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Rifle-wielding rabbits hang with human skeletons. Pint-sized power lines sit atop the back of bunnies. Deep and darkly whimsical, Tai Taeoalii’s intricately detailed drawings envision an alternate universe in its post-apocalyptic throes. His worl... Read more

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by Andrew Van Heusden Spring Gallery Night takes place Saturday — one of just two nights in the year when the Fort Worth Art Dealer’s Association invites the community to immerse itself in the work of the organization’s members. Museums, nonprof... Read more

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Photo from Artists and Chefs Facebook page A Los Angeles-based filmmaker is showcasing the Fort Worth food scene in his upcoming documentary, and he’s looking for locals to feature on camera. Producer Scott Browning will film part of his TV pil... Read more

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by Andrew Van Heusden Get your cameras ready — artists are bringing more colorful murals to the city. Some have just finished being painted, while others are in the works. Here’s an update on what’s new and what’s yet to come. #YouAreNear Mur... Read more

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    Jeremy Joel

    Pass the Peas Show

    May 11th

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    "Movie Star Without a Movie" by Amy Young

    Park & Eighth

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    "Movie Star Without a Movie" by Amy Young

    Park & Eigth

    Best Artwork

  • Alana Kay Art

    Photo by Olaf Growald

    Alana Kay Art

    Best Artist

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  • Monet

    Monet in his garden at Giverny, 1921

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