One week ago tonight I was at Thomas C. Marsh Middle School for my son's elementary-school talent show; those kids play the big room. We're in the Matadors' feeder pattern, and plenty of neighbors and friends send their kids to Marsh, which has made significant strides in recent years -- in large ... More >>
Selections from the Barrett Collection astound even the jaded
Art is a family affair
Our critics survey the local art scene
SMU's Meadows becomes an honest-to-God art museum
The Nashers open their land of "ah"s
Take flight to the gallery night
David Bates becomes a Legend
If Gerald Peters, Talley Dunn, and Ted Pillsbury are all smiling, why go to court?
Beware an "outsider" tag concealing run-of-the-mill art
SMU's Meadows School of the Arts makes a tentative mark on the world
Picasso's ceramics are like the little girl with the curl: Sometimes they're great, sometimes they're horrid
If you want to see Dallas artist Lynn Rushton's work, you'll have to go to Austin
The man confronting you in the lobby of your apartment building just may be an artist
The art of war; Kitchen still closed
Painting is alive and well at the new Dallas Visual Art Center
The Gerald Peters Gallery finds itself fending off a lawsuit and possibly its own demise
Dunn deal; Baack in the saddle; Art movement
Praise and bellyaches for the Dallas art roller coaster that was 1998
Dallas sculptor Arthur Koch gives himself away
October 1 - 7, 1998
When an alcoholic, a schizophrenic, and a homeless man get together and draw, the Stewpot calls it group therapy. Christina Rees calls it art.
Texas is home to an eccentric group of outsider artists celebrated as far away as New York. But if you want to see their work here, you'll have to travel to a renegade art gallery in Waxahachie.
The McKinney Avenue Contemporary has survived a turbulent birth, but its artistic mission remains more confused than cutting-edge