Gallery Report - February, 17, 2017
Welcome to the weekly gallery report where we detail what's going on in art walls around town. We'd like to highlight Greater Denton Art Council's exhibit preview with art historian Jessica Hurd and artist Amahiguere. This will be Denton's first look at an exhibit that won't be presented until this Fall. West Oak and UNT on the Square have also been recently updated with new art that should be checked out. Enjoy!
Art Glass Ensembles
513 Bolivar St.
Currently featured here is the work of owner Christie Wood, who has assembled a variety of wood-framed stained glass panels.
The Bearded Monk
122 E. McKinney St.
This wall features the different styles of Sanford Black.
Brick Haus Collective
215 S. Woodrow Ln
On Friday, February 24th, a late afternoon mulit-arts exhibit called 8 Ours will pop-up for one day only.
The Chestnut Tree
107 W. Hickory Street
These walls currently feature the watercolor paintings of local artist Jo Williams. Grab a bite to eat and enjoy the view of the award-winning Williams's work spanning the past decade.
Patterson-Appleton Arts Center
400 E. Hickory St.
Dogon exhibit preview and artist talk
Malian Amahiguere Dolo will be the focus of a Fall exhibit presented in collaboration with the Menil Collection in Houston. The artist will be on hand with art historian Jessica Hurd to discuss his installation as well as other work.
Composite of the Soul ft. Justin Archer, Erik Beruvides, and Dan Black
Three local artists teamed up to present a 3-dimensional installation utilizing wood sculptures, large-scale murals, and audio/video elements. Composite of the Soft provokes thought on building towards a better future without forgetting the past. The Dentonite recently stopped by to capture a photo essay on the exhibit. Walk through the Festival Hall during the next 4 months for a free viewing.
VAST presents the 11th annual 125-Mile Visual Arts Exhibition
The Visual Arts Society of Texas presents this juried collection of work featuring artists who live within 125 miles of Denton. This exhibit is free to the public and available for viewing until February 25th. A closing reception will be held Thursday, February 23rd.
Mulberry Street Cantina
110 W Mulberry St.
Daniel Christopher McCullaugh's surreal portraits on the wall at Mulberry Cantina are reminiscent of what it's like to stare at your own reflection in a crystal clear lake before dropping a pebble into the water.
901 Ave. C, Ste 101
tAd continutes their Outskirts: Bodies, Places, & Identities series with the updated exhibition, "is this (not) a woman." The new exhibition features the works of four artists: Mētra Saberova, Tae Kyung Seo, Ana Treviño, and Deirdre Vertucci. Each artist presents a diverse set of media that are wonderfully complex and not shy about confronting tensions underlying societal norms. Outskirts is a series that explores politics and women's issues as told by artists from diverse backgrounds.
Taps & Caps
505 W. Hickory Street
This is one of the newest homes to artists and musicians. Currently featured is a set of photos printed on wood that sell as low as $20 a piece. Stop to consider a piece of art the next time you get a growler filled here.
TWU East/West Gallery
300 Texas St. (Inside the art building)
Where do heaven and the ocean meet? Sharon Lee Hart's ethereal series, Accoring to the Sky, is currently on display as part of the Joyce Elaine Grant photography exhibition.
UNT on the Square
109 Elm St.
Christopher Blay presents KWTXR as part of the Denton Black Film Festival that launched this week. Blay has a talented for using different forms of media to express his message. Make your way to the back where you'll find a TV and a pair of headphones to get the full experience of this exhibit.
West Oak Coffee Bar
114 West Oak. ST
Main Wall (the one over the couch)
Arik Palileo is a Denton multimedia artist who currently concentrates on masks. He's been seriously painting for the last 18 months drawing inspiration from various forms of classical music.
Back Wall (the one by the bathrooms)
If you like the stars regardless of Coldplay's super lovely song, you can check out Andrew Klinger's astrophotography.