A Family Affair, February 6th- March 28th, 2017
Spring Gallery Night March 25, 2017- hours noon-7pm
The Atrium Gallery is excited to present Caro and Matt Jackson, mother and son artists. Matt came into this world with an innate talent to draw and found his way back to it as an adult. Caro came to painting later in life. They have their own personal critique text and share a language that is often confusing to others. Their styles and content are distinctly different. Matt’s architectural background allows him a more precise view, while Caro draws us in to stylized landscapes,as color rules her brush. Both draw from their travels and impressions of the world around them. Come and be inspired with us on Gallery Night.
The UNT Health Science Center Annual High School Art Show.
Since 1985, the High School Art Competition has been an extraordinary opportunity for talented eleventh- and twelfth-grade students throughout North Texas to exhibit their best works in mixed media, printmaking, photography, drawing, three-dimensional art, painting, and computer design. The competition has hundreds of entries each year, from many school districts. For many students, this is their only opportunity to compete with their peers. These are the young people who will influence our environment in the 21st century. They will be not only the painters, potters and sculptors of the future, but also the designers of our clothes, our cars, our homes and our lifestyles. Our environment will be enhanced by nurturing and encouraging these future artists. Students in the following counties are eligible to enter this juried competition: Cooke, Denton, Erath, Hood, Johnson, Palo Pinto, Parker, Somervell, Tarrant and Wise.
NW Art Association
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