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Galeria de la Rosa 
Exhibition: THREADS Shifting Viewpoints_Gonzales
Featured Artists: Sara Cardona, Michelle Cortez Gonzales, Clayton Hurt, Aubrey Pittman-Heglund, Celia Cortez, Samantha Page Cooper, and more.
Exhibition Dates: September 7 – October 4, 2019
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 7, 2019
Hours: Monday-Friday from 11:00am to 5:00pm and by special appointment
Admission: Free

“Threads” explores the literal and figurative meaning of the term with pieces that utilize fabric or representation of fabric. The exhibition also references “threads” as a connection between people. We invite viewers to recognize the many connections they are making when entering the gallery.


Kimbell Art Museum 
Exhibition: Monet: The Later Years
Exhibition Dates: June 16 – Sept. 15, 2019 Monet_waterlilies_Beyeler
Hours: Tuesday-Thursday, Saturday 10 am–5 pm; Friday Noon–8 pm, Sunday Noon–5 pm, Monday Closed
Admission: $18, *half price admission during special hours, see website for details
Contact:  817.332.8451 https://www.kimbellart.org/about/contact-us

Presenting Monet: The Later Years, through September 15. With more than fifty glorious paintings from around the world, this exhibition reveals the radical artistic innovation of the painter’s last decade. Buy exhibition tickets at kimbellart.org. Admission to the Museum’s collection is always free. Image: Claude Monet, Water Lilies, 1915–17. Fondation Beyeler, Basel, Switzerland, Beyeler Collection.


Fort Worth Contemporary Arts
Exhibition: Abstract Utility Abstract.utilty.back
Featured Artist: Buster Graybill
Exhibition Dates: Sept. 6 – Nov. 23, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, Sept. 6th, 6-8 pm
Gallery Hours: Wednesday–Saturday from 12–5 pm, or by appointment.
Visitor Admission: Free
Contact: theartgalleries@tcu.edu , 817.257.2588

Buster Graybill harvests memories, stories, language, and objects from the rich cultural geography of rural America. His new sculpture, R.MUTT: Renegade Modernist Utility Travel Trailer, responds to his perception of escalating cultural tension, paranoia, political anxiety, and cultural obsession with the “End of the World.” Part Dooms-Day-Prepper vehicle and part Modernist sculpture, the R.MUTT is a Swiss Army knife of both form and function. Image: Buster Graybill, R.Mutt


Moudy Gallery
Exhibition: A Number of Grand Gestures
Featured Artist: Kalee Appleton Appleton_Kalee_42
Exhibition Dates: Sept. 5 – 26, 2019
Opening Reception: Thursday, Sept. 5, 5-7 pm
Hours: Monday–Friday, 11 am–4 pm; Saturday, 1–4 pm
Visitor Admission: Free
Contact: theartgalleries@tcu.edu , 817.257.2588

With large-scale photographic prints, new work by Kalee Appleton explores ideas based around the skewed perception of digital technology and its role in informing a sense of place and memory.


William Campbell Contemporary Art Changing_the_Oil_14x11.25x3.jpg
Exhibition: Signs of Wear
Featured Artist: Randall Reid
Exhibition Dates: Open during Fall Gallery Night
Hours: Tuesday – Friday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm Saturday,
and by appointment
Admission: Free
Contact:  wcca@flash.net

Randall Reid’s latest series of artwork represents a faded era. With the skill of both an artist and craftsman, he demonstrates a refined understanding of form and content. Randall redirects fragments of collected material of historical reference such as signage, wood and steel, enhancing the focus of an era of remembrance. He opens and transforms dormant memories from chapters previously closed into new life with new meaning. By re-contextualizing the past, Randall creates new iterations that abound in the present. Image: Robert Reid, Changing the Oil.