At these start-ups you'll find folks doing critically engaging work in contemporary settings, tucked away from the bustle of Dragon Street or the more established Deep Ellum circuit of Barry Whistler, Kirk Hopper, Public Trust and CentralTrak.
he Wit Gallery located in the heart of Exposition Park is bringing the Dallas Art scene a youthful, fresh, and contemporary array of art and artists. Always changing and never boring, expect to be delighted and entertained with the exceptional art and service. Greeted by the gallery pup, Molly, with a wag of the tail and a possible lick on the face, you will find the relaxed environment, invigorating and stimulating.
Kettle Art is not just an art gallery, it is a place for local culture and for people of like minds to meet. More often than not, this leads to idea exchanges that often lead to bigger, better things for all parties involved. Drop by and visit, there's a good chance you'll find this to be true.
Craighead Green is recognized as one of the finest contemporary art galleries throughout Texas and the Southwest, representing over 40 artists of all mediums. The Gallery focuses on contemporary paintings, photography and sculpture in a myriad of media and styles. Craighead Green represents mid to late career artists while continuing their promotion of emerging artists. The Gallery is a participating member of the Dallas Art Dealers Association and CADD, Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas.
There's a treasure hunt feeling at any Power Station show. This not-for-profit is committed to providing a platform for wholly ambitious work. For example, there was Virginia Overton's Chevy truck parked in the middle of the first floor and ready-made for tailgating, or how about when Norwegian artist, Matias Faldbakken spilled bullet castings across the ground as part of the installation.
S.C.A.B. members Alex DiJulio and Samantha McCurdy's studio sits upstairs in a nondescript Expo Park building. Once inside, you're prone to find a thoughtfully curated exhibit of Lucy Kirkman's paintings, or perhaps the third issue release party for semigloss. Magazine. But most of the time, you'll find these two artists at work on their next project, like their recent Lite Brite sculpture that used food-colored water bottles as plugs.
Nestled between Fair Park and Deep Ellum, W.A.A.S. owner Brandy Adams is working hard to build an all-inclusive community as much as a gallery. Adams is expanding that vibe into full-fledged events, like fashion shows housed in W.A.A.S.' well-decorated walls.