Artspace 111



ARTSPACE 111


Untitled, 36 x 36, Acrylic on Canvas, 13/2020, by Donna Howell-Sickles

Donna Howell-Sickles
Untitled
Acrylic on Canvas, 13/2020


Artspace111 - The Rodeo Show

Exhibition on Display: January 15 - March 20, 2021

Artists: Linda Blackburn, Rima Canaan Lee, Donna Howell-Sickles, and Jo LeMay Rutledge

Artspace111 is pleased to present The Rodeo Show, featuring artists Donna Howell-Sickles, Jo LeMay Rutledge, Linda Blackburn, and Rima Canaan Lee.

This Group Show will celebrate Texas Rodeo Culture by showcasing women artists who have first-hand experience with the rodeo and create work around the social influences the rodeo has on Texas.

Sense 1896, the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo has been known as the most authentic western lifestyle experience. It is an entertaining and unique part of Texas culture that significantly enhances the way locals and tourists alike view Fort Worth. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the rodeo will not be taking place, or at least not in the way Texans are used to. The only other time this event was cancelled was in 1943, near the height of World War II. Artspace111 has not taken this news lightly, and it has inspired the gallery to present artworks created to embrace rodeo culture and give patrons the opportunity to experience rodeo nostalgia through visual art.

In the Grand Tradition of the Fort Worth Rodeo, cowboys, both real and fictitious, are vivid, romantic and dangerous. - Linda Blackburn

 

Carly Allen-Martin, Marfa Lights, 2020, Mixed Media On Paper, 22 x 28

Carly Allen-Martin
Marfa Lights, 2020
Mixed Media On Paper, 22 x 28" (framed)


Artspace111 - Good Things / Small Packages II: Small Works

Exhibition on Display:5 November 2020 - 16 January 2021

An online exhibition of small works.

Artspace111 is bringing back the Good Things/Small Packages small works show in 2020! Good Things | Small Packages II is a mainly virtual exhibition, with a few select works on display at Artspace111. This group exhibition will feature small works including paintings, sculpture, and photography. Participating artists include: Carly Allen-Martin, Linda Blackburn, Daniel Blagg, Dennis Blagg, Doug Blagg, Danville Chadbourne, Janet Chaffee, Ann Ekstrom, Dennis Farris, Jon Flaming, Pat Gabriel, William Greiner, John Hartley, Cindi Holt, Erika Huddleston, J.C. Pace III, Carol Ivey, Jill Johnson, Nancy Lamb, Leslie Lanzotti, Layla Luna, Jim Malone, Ender Martos, Robert McAn, Ben Muņoz, Mihee Nahm, Winter Rusiloski, and Jo Lemay Rutledge.

 

About Artspace111

Located in downtown Fort Worth, Texas, Artspace111 specializes in the exhibition of Contemporary Texas Art. In 1980, twin brothers Daniel and Dennis Blagg established Artspace111, converting a historic 1911 building into artist studios and a small gallery space in order to support and celebrate the work of local artists. In 2007, Margery Gossett and William Grella became the Owner/Directors of Artspace111 and further developed the gallery into a celebrated and distinguished 3,000 square foot art gallery. In addition to the year-round schedule of solo and group exhibitions, ArtspaceIII designs corporate and private art collections for clients throughout the country and hosts special events in its distinctive gallery and sculpture gardens. Artspace111 is dedicated to making contemporary art approachable to individuals of all ages.

Artspace111 is located east of Downtown Fort Worth at Hampton Street and Weatherford. The gallery is open Tuesday to Friday, 10 - 5 pm and Saturday by appointment. To schedule a private viewing, contact Margery Gossett or Margo Hudson by calling 817.692.3228 or emailing art@artspace111.com.

Artspace111
111 Hampton Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
(817)692-3228

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