Art

Watercolor Round-Up

Now on exhibit, the Amon Carter Museum of American Art presents more than 100 of the finest and best-preserved watercolors by Charles M. Russell (1864–1926) in the special exhibition Romance Maker [...]...

From Russia With Love

Irina Chmyreva and Evgeny Berezner do not rush to answers. After each question, there is a moment when they allow themselves a glance, and perhaps a few words in Russian. They then launch into long, measured responses[...]...

A Day at the Museum

Talking about art is good for kids’ minds: it helps them think critically, develop strong reasoning skills, pay attention to nuance, and explore new ways of interpreting the world. But facilitating a rich discussion about an abstract [...]...

Young Masters at DMA

Peruse the concourse of the Dallas Museum of Art this month and 53 pieces of artistic almost majesty pop off the high ceiling walls, begging passerby to take pause. Just who is or are the creative mind(s) [...]...

Review: Luminous

As the name suggests, “Luminous” is a show meant to shine light on, well, light. The seven contributing artists explore our often paradoxical associations with light — as an immaterial medium, a massless energy, a natural technology [...]...

Review: Brendan Cass “Texas”

Brendan Cass’ bright landscapes may seem crude, garish and generally unsettling at first, but the irresolvable images have a haunting quality that rewards extended viewing. His painting superficially resembles a style of figurative painting [...]...