Marcy Palmer: That Luscious Day & Daguerreotypes: Up Close

Two Exhibitions:

Marcy Palmer: That Luscious Day

Daguerreotypes: Up Close

October 14 – November 25, 2023

Opening Reception:

Saturday, October 14th, 5PM – 8PM


PDNB Gallery opens two exhibitions on October 14, 2023.

Marcy Palmer: That Luscious Day

Marcy … Continue reading

Nancy Baron: The Good Life

Nancy Baron: The Good Life

May 20 – August 19, 2023

Artist Reception & Book Signing:

May 20th from 5:00 – 8:00 pm

SHINE! has been extended through June 17th.

Nancy Baron’s photographs of Palm Spring residents, … Continue reading

Painting & photography Art Trek workshops 2024

Local Dallas couple Niki Gulley (painter) & Scott Williams (photographer) lead artists and tourists on European adventures that explore art, culture and food. Niki will conduct the Plein-Air Painting Workshop from different picturesque locations daily, teaching through a combination of … Continue reading

Painting & photography Art Trek workshop to Portugal 2024

Portugal is a fabulous country to kick off our 2024 Art Treks. From our ocean view hotel to the fantastic architecture and the mouth watering food and wine, this has a little bit of everything. Sintra is one of those Continue reading


Passepartout Photo Prize aims to support the development of talented photographers from all
over the world by awarding 1,000 euros in monetary prizes every year, organizing exhibition
in a fine art gallery in the heart of Rome, publication in the … Continue reading

Call for Artists: Photography Now 2023

CICA Museum invites artists worldwide to participate in the international exhibition, “Photography Now 2023.” The exhibition will feature photographs of international artists exploring contemporary issues, sceneries, and figures.

October 3, 2022 Close Submissions
October 10-28, 2022 Approvals: Selected artists … Continue reading

Celebrating the Danse Macabre With Kahn & Selesnick

Bridwell Library and SMU’s Department of Art History welcome the collaborative artist team Kahn & Selesnick to campus September 21–23 for a number of public events around the opening of Bridwell’s autumn 2022 exhibition, Lead Stealing the Danse Macabre: Changing … Continue reading

IN MEMORIA: Jesse Alexander, Paul Greenberg, Jeffrey Silverthorne


Jesse Alexander

Paul Greenberg

Jeffrey Silverthorne

August 27 – November 12, 2022

Opening Reception: Saturday, August 27, 2022 from 5 – 8 pm

One of the great pleasures of running an art gallery is developing invaluable relationships with … Continue reading

Color Play: Photo Competition and Exhibition

Color in a photo has its own personality. Choosing the placement and quality of those colors gives the image character and energy. Whether it’s vibrant hues or subtle pastels, the use of color can help tell your story through photography. … Continue reading

You’re Invited: The Divine Beauty: Dallas Muslim Art Exhibition

We believe in  inspiring a generation of American Muslim artists and performers to tell their stories and break stereotypes. We believe in reigniting the beautiful and inspiring art tradition within the Muslim community.

Join us for our 1st “The Divine

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Ed Kashi Photography Exhibition Opening Reception Aug. 4th

Where: Dallas Center for Photography

When: Thursday, August 4 at 6pm

Price: Free and open to all!

Join us in the DCP Community Gallery to view the work from renowned photographer Ed Kashi’s newest book Abandoned Moments: A Love Continue reading

CARBON & GOLD: Works on Paper by Don Schol and Paintings by Pam Burnley-Schol

July 9 – August 20, 2022


Works on Paper by Don Schol

Paintings by Pam Burnley-Schol

Artist Reception

Saturday, July 9, 2022

from 3 – 5 pm

(Open late until 8 pm)

In 2009, PDNB Gallery featured … Continue reading

DCP Speaker Series: Morgan Page and Dustin Rice July 14

In the tradition of Modernist photographers Edward Westin, Minor White, and Margaret Bourke-White, photography duo Morgan Page and Dustin Rice have traveled thousands of miles around Texas to capture the natural textures and patterns in Texas’ landscape, as well as … Continue reading