D/FW ART - Dallas Art Museums, Galleries and Artists & Fort Worth Art Museums, Galleries and Artists

Visual Art in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex
Plus Art in Texas and the Southwest
by joel Sampson, artist / engineer / musician

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Few cities have more art or better art than we now have in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex. From the second largest contemporary art museum in the U.S. to the world class Nasher Sculpture Center - there is lots going on!

The Dallas / Fort Worth area (called the Metroplex) also has anactive group of working artists, art centers, and many great privategalleries. In addition to our six major art museums, we have severalsmaller art museums that are very special. This non-commercial web sitelists them all with links and a few comments.

We also feature the art museums in Texas and the Southwest. Texas is truly State of the Arts! And Oklahoma is OK too!

We have some great art in Big D and Cowtown! Y'all come and see it!

Dallas / Fort Worth Art Gallery Openings

Weekly Dallas Gallery openings are posted on Mondays. Don't miss a great exhibit!

Dallas / Fort Worth and Texas Art News

Three great art exhibits in Fort Worth now!

Navigating the West: George Caleb Bingham and the River at the Amon Carter. It hangs October 2 to January 18, 2015. It was organized with the Saint Louis Art Museum, which has a lot of works by the Missouri artist. It should be an interesting show, and I've always been a fan. The show is free too!

New York Art in the 1980's at the Modern of Fort Worth. There is some great art in the show, don't miss it. The Tuesday evening lecture series is also covering the show. The lectures are free. The exhibit is up until January 4th.

Faces of Impressionism - Portraits from the Musée d’Orsay - At the Kimbell in Fort Worth. It hangs to January 25, 2015.

Future exhibits

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