Fort Worth Community Arts Center



COMMUNITY ARTS CENTER - CENTRAL GALLERY


Lindy Chambers

Gravel and Dirt


Central Gallery - What's really going on?

Exhibition on Display: March 26 – May 15, 2021

Works by Lindy Chambers

Artist Statement
What is really going on here? Outside the city are strange things that frighten people. It gets really dark and you can see the stars among other things that are unusual. Things you drive by, don't notice, take for granted, don't experience because you look but don't see. Is what you look at the truth of what you see? You have to engage in my large paintings, be part of them, ask questions of what you are looking at, the great and different objects in rural Texas. Objects never noticed, homes to animals, trailers with inhabitants that leave influences on the land. Hopeful nature, scary nature, experience, see, feel, be part of it. I mostly use Oil or Acrylic on canvas. My work is not dictated by a color theory or particular style. I use whatever calls to me.

 

ABOUT THE ARTS COUNCIL OF FORT WORTH
The Arts Council of Fort Worth was formed in 1963 to provide funding and leadership to stimulate and assure the advancement of the arts throughout Fort Worth. Today’s Arts Council continues to promote, nurture, and support the arts in Fort Worth by providing fiscal and business resources to local artists and arts groups while also serving the community through management of the Fort Worth Public Art Program and Fort Worth Community Arts Center. The Arts Council of Fort Worth is supported in part by the City of Fort Worth and the Texas Commission on the Arts. For more information, please visit www.artsfortworth.org.

ABOUT THE FORT WORTH COMMUNITY ARTS CENTER
Located at 1300 Gendy Street, the Fort Worth Community Arts Center is part of the most architecturally significant museum districts in the United States, Fort Worth’s Cultural District. The Arts Center’s mission promotes experienced and emerging artists with nine indoor galleries and an outdoor courtyard gallery. The Arts Center’s Hardy and Betty Sanders black box theatre and the William Edrington Scott Theatre hosts a wide range of performances by local and nationally known artists and organizations. The historically significant building is home to artists’ studios, nonprofit arts organization office suites, and classrooms. Learn more at www.fwcac.org

 

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