Art

Life in Black & White

Fine art photographer Jay Rusovich is fiercely — and refreshingly — old school. He shoots only black and white film and adamantly refuses to use Adobe Photoshop on any of his images.  His camera of choice is an RZ67 Pro II Mamiya [...]...

Pushing Paint: Joseph Cohen at Wade Wilson Art

January 6-28 “Joseph Cohen: Paintings from Italy” Wade Wilson Art JOSEPH COHEN BENDS THE LINE between concretion of materials and sublimity in presence. His work could be summed up in the trite statement “it is what it is” but this doesn’t elucidate why even the most unlikely [...]...

Abstract Track: The Abridged Story of Daniel McFarlane

DANIEL MCFARLANE’S CV READS well beyond what any ambitious young artist could hope for: Bachelors of Fine Art with Cum Laude honors from Sam Houston State University; Masters of Fine Art with a full ride fellowship from the University of Florida; currently employed as Professor of Art [...]...

Pamela Nelson in ConTEXT

Shimmering mosaics in Ravenna, meticulously woven textiles in the Middle East and suggestive labels in mass produced clothing are among the many inspirations for Dallas artist Pamela Nelson. For the past 30 years, she has been creating work rooted in contemporary American culture, as well as in ancient crafts. Her upcoming exhibition [...]...

A Fair Share

 Producer Max Fishko Talks Up The Texas Contemporary Art Fair   Max Fishko is no stranger to art fair fever. Growing up in a family of art dealers in New...