We’re pleased to announce the 14 award winners of the 66th Annual Members Awards Show! 34 artists entered with a total of 98 works in water media, oil media, dry media/drawing, mixed media, photography and 3D media. Juror for … Continue reading
The very meaning of the word photography is “drawing with light.” Without light neither the image nor the art exist. If the photographer uses film, that light creates an ephemeral latent image that is brought to life in the darkroom. … Continue reading
The Irving Art Association is sponsoring the 6th annual Persian Art Exhibition, an online only exhibition depicting works of art from Iranian artists who live in Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, … Continue reading
In its truest form, portraiture is about human connection. A portrait tells a lot about a person. Their emotion. Their grit. Their story. There is no other genre of photography that displays human vulnerability in its rawest form.
The 2020 Keller’s Got Talent Art Show goes virtual! Follow the show from Oct. 5 – Nov. 20 on Facebook at http://bit.ly/KellerGT2020 . Twenty-three artistically talented Keller residents have submitted their work, providing a variety of art genres for viewing. … Continue reading
Rockwall Art League 20th Annual Fine Art Show October 2-4, 2020 Rockwall Golf and Athletic Club Conference Center At The Shores 2600 Champions Circle, Rockwall, TX 75087 https://www.rockwallartleague.org/
Our Members Exhibition will be online this year due to the Covid19 pandemic. Members will submit entries as we normally do, and our juror, Janet Rogers, will choose which paintings are accepted into the show.She will then choose among those selected … Continue reading
Since 2001, each summer Irving Arts Center has held a non-juried exhibition featuring art created by our Art Connection members. Artwork by students and professional and non-professional artists of all ages has hung side by side in the beautiful Main … Continue reading
Fantasy- Art that depicts magical or other supernatural themes, ideas, and creatures. It takes on the style of a graphic novel with the work being representational and natural rather than in an abstract interpretation.
Robert Mars’ new abstract body of work strikes a balance between chaos and control. Employing concepts rooted in abstract expressionism, he begins with multicolored paint layers of loose and dynamic brushstrokes on vintage … Continue reading