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Deep Ellum Art Walk

It’s almost time for one of our favorite things, the Deep Ellum Spring Gallery Walk! 17 art galleries, world-class art for every taste and budget, FREE and open to the public, and all within one of Dallas’ most culturally vibrant, pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods filled with an eclectic mix of shops, boutiques, restaurants, pubs, and music venues.

Spend the day immersed in an array of exhibits WFAA calls “a one-of-a-kind experience” and CBS/DFW touts as one of the “Best Date Ideas for Art Lovers”, then stay for the rockin’ after party at Twilite Lounge.https://www.facebook.com/pages/Twilite-Lounge/139248009585301?fref=ts

See you there!

Galleries:

Beefhaus http://artbeef.blogspot.com/

The Power Station www.powerstationdallas.com

CentralTrak http://www.centraltrak.com/

Cohn Drennan Contemporary https://www.facebook.com/events/621769904584524/

500x Gallery http://www.500x.org/

The Public Trust http://www.trustthepublic.com/

Liliana Bloch http://www.lilianablochgallery.com/

Mokah Gallery http://www.lifeindeepellum.com/events/

Kettle Art https://www.facebook.com/events/221209951411136/

Kirk Hopper Fine Art https://www.facebook.com/events/280715378757834/

Barry Whistler Gallery http://www.barrywhistlergallery.com/exhibitions/divided-sight

Continental Gin Open Studios http://www.continentalginbuilding.com/

Continental Lofts Gallery

Steve Paul Productions http://www.stevepaulproductions.com/

Rachel Nash Gallery http://rachelnashgallery.com/

 

Deep Ellum Windows http://www.apopheniaunderground.com/Apophenia_Underground/Home.html

29 Pieces http://www.29pieces.org/

And, be sure to check out the Dallas Art Dealer’s Association Spring Gallery Walk featuring DADA’s leading member galleries, museums, and nonprofit art spaces across the city. https://www.facebook.com/events/1495234797367370/

For more information, please contact art@deepellumtexas.com. Sponsored by the Deep Ellum Community Association, the Dallas Observer, and Kettle Art

Patterns of Passion

Kettle Art proudly presents “Patterns of Passion”, a three-woman exhibit exploring the rhythms, colors, and textures of emotion, featuring new works by Dallas-based artists Corey Godfrey, Aralyn McGregor, and Judith Lea Perkins. Please join us for the opening reception on Thursday, April 17, 7-10 p.m. The exhibit runs through Saturday, May 10.

Corey Godfrey earned her BFA at the University of North Texas in 2008, but has been creating art since she was old enough to teach her siblings how to color on the walls. She is inspired by the soft nature of female sensuality and accentuates that into her compositions by using craft materials, which are deeply rooted in female history. In her current series, she is emphasizing the beauty of patterns and allowing the yarn to take fluid turns and to control when to begin and when to end, much like the impressions found in her dreams.
Click here for a short interview with Corey -
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRmWphx3ZN4

Aralyn McGregor graduated from the University of North Texas with a BFA in studio art. She taught high school art, volunteered with Dallas Arts organizations including Art Conspiracy and La Reunion’s Art Chicas Program, as well as co-curating charity art shows. In addition to regularly exhibiting her art, she also works for the Nasher Sculpture Center. Her latest body of work explores figurative abstraction.
Click here for a short interview with Aralyn
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVfJBoUucxA

Judith Lea Perkins is a professional artist, painter, and printmaker. She earned her Associates Degree of Applied Art in Visual Communication from the Art Institute of Dallas, and has worked in the creative arts field as a scenic artist, muralist, and freelance artist since 1993. Judith is one of the founding members of Kettle Art. She participates regularly with the gallery and has several murals in the Deep Ellum area.
Click here for a short interview with Judith
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lvoxTRFR1vE

BYOB Art History Part 2

Join us for the second installment of BYOB Art History. Artist and educator Justin Clumpner will lead a casual discussion on the art and culture of ancient Egypt. Bring your favorite beverage and maybe a chair. Seating is limited. Doors open at 7 p.m. We will begin promptly at 7:30.

An Afternoon With The Arts

 

Join the LSWO Young Professionals Circle members at their next event!

What: Lone Star Wind Orchestra Young Professionals Circle “Afternoon with the Arts”

When: Saturday, March 22, 2014, 4-7:00PM

Where: Kettle Art Gallery – 2650-B Main Street, Dallas, TX 75226

Cost: Free Event! ‘Silver Linings’ a group exhibition will be on the walls, plus there will be live music’ and you can meet many diversified artists!

Because we’ve never hosted an event like this before please RSVP here:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1G0gXPIk38UUdHWiuWiv3MHeUcZvhXE5y1bwZKAmfA0M/viewform

Thank You!

Silver Linings

Kettle Art presents “Silver Linings”, a Black, White & all points in-between, group exhibition featuring painting, illustration, and fine art photography. 

Black & White attire recommended for the opening reception.

The opening reception is Thursday, March 20th from 7:00pm to 10:00pm.

This exhibition runs through April 12th.

Artists participating in this group show include (but are not limited) to the following:
Booth
Scism
Carey
Butler
Sharum
Weiner
Masters
Ross
Shoulders
Knudsen
Schaper
Wallace
Hawkins
Rose
LaFleur
McMahon
Albright
Hamm
Stinnett
Crawford
Aguilar
McLaughlin
Keeping
Clumpner
Campagna
more…

BYOB Art History

Join us at Kettle Art Gallery for our first installment of B.Y.O.B. Art History on Thursday, March 13th at 7:00pm.

Artist and educator, Justin Clumpner, will lead a casual discussion that takes everyone on a journey visiting various points throughout the history of art. This initial installment will be an introductory overview that starts with prehistory, moves through each progressive art period & ends with post-modernism.

We hope to see you there!

Brad Albright, Frank Campagna, Justin Clumpner, Brian Crawford & Paula Harris spent a few hours Monday night setting up for Kettle Art Gallery’s next show, “Love, Death + the Desert”. The show opens Thursday, February 27th at 7:00pm.

Here are a few shots of the fun …

 

LoveDeathAndTheDesert

 

Kettle Art proudly presents “Love, Death + the Desert,” featuring new works by Brad Albright, Brian Crawford, and Justin Clumpner.

The show explores the artists’ understanding of conflict, loss, and spirituality, each through his own unique perspective.

Opening reception is Thursday, February 27th, 7-10 p.m.

The exhibit runs through March 15th.

Here’s a quick synopsis of the show…
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVBNyCa66Zo&feature=youtu.be

or more indepth brief video interviews of each artist’s in this exhibition.

Brad Albright - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwqlNN-VRvw

Brian Crawford - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xto_B3eINjc

Justin Clumpner - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tisxkkH7114

For The Love Of Artists 2014

In response to the overwhelming kindness and dedication of our artists, Kettle Art does a once of year ‘payback’ of sorts to those who support us with this show. At ‘For the Love of Artists’ 100 percent of sales go entirely to the artists. 

This show is open only to artists who participated in the ‘Love of Kettle’ show. Each artist can show whatever they like and ask whatever price they want at this exhibit. Come show some Love for those who have shown Love!

For The Love Of Kettle - 2014

 

“For the Love of Kettle” is the one night only, annual fundraiser that helps to keep our little gallery afloat. Thanks to Dallas’ amazing artistic community, we are very excited to be approaching Kettle’s 10th year of great art and great people. Please join us on this special evening as we kick off a year of innovative exhibits and special events.

This exhibit will include emerging and mid-career artists we have represented over the years, plus many artists new to Kettle. All works are priced at $50.00 each; however, in honor of the unfailing support of Deep Ellum 42, the first 42 pieces will be sold at $42. So, come early and stay to mingle!

Up next: in response to the artists’ generosity, all those in this show are invited to participate in our next exhibit ‘For the Love of Artists’, opening the following Saturday, February 15. During its two week run, the gallery commission will be waived. 100% of all sales will go directly to the artists.

Kettle Art has been the recipient of numerous awards and designations including USA Today’s 10 Best Art Galleries in Dallas, Dallas Observer’s Readers’ Choice for Best Art Gallery, and Dallas A-List’s Best Art Gallery. National publication mentions include: Art News, Juxtapose, Southern Living, USA Today, and most recently, ArtPlace America.

Update 1/ 19 – Participating Artists thus far include:

Tom Carlton, Roxanne Mather, Brian Hamm, Jodi Von Rotten, Kris Swenson, Miguel Aguilar, Essie Graham, Juan Sanchez, Nichole Malloy, Michelle McLaughlin, Johnny Hawkins, John P. Irizarry, Colin Lafleur, Jennifer Lafleur, Jonathan M. Davis, Stephanie Wray, Modesto Aceves, Catrina Oittinen, Marilyn Vicente, Travis Bush, Breonnny Lee, Brian Aguire, Viktor Ortix, Scott Mankoff, Margo Miller, Brad Albright, Heather Shoulers, Gabriela Elgura, Oh Jee Nam, Denise Keeping, Susan Migdol, Michael Matson, Ashley Hanson, Heather Horton, Joe Biggs, Justin Clumpner, Brian Crawford, Khurk Maeder, Fran Carris, Jamie Hulett, Jason Weiner, Roy Vance, Guy Reynolds, Raymond Butler, Sara Lovas, Cheryl Baker, Roy Howell, Jenny Land, Richard Ross, Amber Campagna, Mandy Pandy, Nick C. Kirk, Mike Moffatt, Natalie Glover, Christian Glover and more….

Update 1/ 27 – Other participating Artists include:

Monica Moody, Michael Puttoen, Angela Faz, Jackie Thone, Scott Tucker, Melissa Tucker, Teresa Mangum, Nick Glenn, Clint Scism, Cabe Booth, Jennifer Gregory Portz, Tyson Summers, Kelly Jacobi, Frank Campagna, Aralyn Mc Gregor, Kurt Griesbach, Timothy Burch, Sarah M. Gutierrez, Ruben Mitchell, Hal Samples, Danny Fulgencio, Catherine Downes, Jaime Luna, Judith Lea Perkins, Dan Colcer, Catheryn Colcer, Ryan Thies, Lisa Lindholm, Patricia Rodriguez, Sarah Zamora, Ben Royal Smith, Moises Nostra Vega, Rachel Behring, Clay Stinnett, Kelly Clemmons and more…

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