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500 X GALLERY INC.— A haven for the works of upand-com­ing artists, 500 X Gallery is a bo­hemian scene with a lot of soul. Pe­ruse the rea­son­ably priced art while en­joy­ing the laid-back vibe. 500 Ex­po­si­tion Ave., 214.828.1111. ADOBE WESTERN ART GALLERY— Car­ry­ing tra­di­tional and con­tem­po­rary fine Western art, Adobe West- ern Art Gallery of­fers sculp­ture, jew­elry, furniture, tex­tiles and pot­tery, as well. www.adobe­west­ 2324 N. Main St., Fort Worth, 817.624.4242.

ALAN BARNES FINE ART— A sixth gen­er­a­tion art dealer, Alan Barnes brings over a cen­tury of experience to the dis­cern­ing buyer. Find con­tem­po­rary works as well as 18th and 19th cen­tury pieces at this fine art gallery, lo­cated in the Oak Lawn neigh­bor­hood. www.alan­bar­nes­fin­ 3906 Lem­mon Ave., Ste. 222, 214.828.1311. AMER­I­CAN FINE ART & FRAME COM­PANY— Wan­der through Amer­i­can Fine Art and you can see one of the most im­pres­sive fine art col­lec­tions in DFW. Dis­played along­side oil and acrylic paint­ings are con­tem­po­rary sculp­tures and large turned wood ves­sels, span­ning lo­cal, na­tional and global artists. Dis­played in a space of its own is the Dragon Street Glass Gallery, show­ing one of the most im­pres­sive se­lec­tions of fine blown glass in Dal­las. Con­ser­va­tion and gallery qual­ity fram­ing ser­vices are of­fered along with pro­fes­sional crat­ing and ship­ping. www. amer­i­can­fin­ 1611 Dragon St., 214.749.7749.

ARTISTS’ SHOWPLACE GALLERY— This gallery ex­ists as a part­ner­ship between 15 lo­cal artists and pri­mar­ily ex­hibits paint­ings in oils, wa­ter­col­ors and acrylics.

Also, find pho­tog­ra­phy and digital art, jew­elry, sculp­ture, pot­tery glass de­signs and mo­saics. www.theartistsshow­ 15615 Coit Road, Ste. 230, 972.233.1223.

ARTSPACE 111— ArtSpace 111 fos­ters a cre­ative com­mu­nity where lo­cal artists of­ten gather to share ideas and cre­ate great works. This con­tem­po­rary gallery fea­tures on­site work­ing stu­dios for artists, an out­door sculp­ture gar­den and high­lights the dis­tinc­tive works of Texas artists like Daniel and Den­nis Blagg. 111 Hamp­ton St., Fort Worth, 817.692.3228.

CARLYN GALERIE— For two decades, Carlyn Galerie has been de­voted to show­cas­ing some of the finest func­tional and dec­o­ra­tive glass art by Amer­i­can artists. Tal­ented artists like Bob Kliss, Scott Amhrein, Ed Bran­son and Jef­frey Thomp­son dis­play pieces of blown, fused, slumped, lamp worked and cast glass art. The re­sult is a breath­tak­ing gallery where one can find spe­cial gifts and del­i­cate, dec­o­ra­tive pieces. Along­side glass art, cases and ta­bles dis­play a va­ri­ety of Amer­i­can jew­elry. Ce­ramic pieces and wear­able fiber art are also fea­tured.­lyn­ga­ 6137 Luther Lane, Pre­ston Cen­ter, 214.368.2828.

CHRISTO­PHER MARTIN GALLERY— A self-taught artist, Christo­pher Martin is known for his re­verse glass paint­ing tech­nique. With a dis­tinc­tive style that ar­tis­ti­cally merges pho­tog­ra­phy, paint­ing and digital me­dia, Martin’s sig­na­ture acrylic-on-acrylic and acrylic-on-can­vas works have a com­mon metal­lic el­e­ment. www.christo­ 2412 Vic­tory Park Lane, 214.880.1770.

COHN DRENNAN CON­TEM­PO­RARY— Col­or­ful things are hap­pen­ing at this con­tem­po­rary show­room in the De­sign District. With fre­quent ex­hi­bi­tions, this gallery fo­cuses on artists who speak loudly through ab­stract works. www.cohn­dren­nan­con­tem­po­rary. com. 1107 Dragon St., 214.708.8051.

COL­LAGE 20TH CEN­TURY CLAS­SICS— Famed for be­ing one of the most well-re­spected and es­tab­lished galleries for Mid-Cen­tury Mod­ern furniture in the coun­try, Col­lage 20th Cen­tury Clas­sics has been buying and sell­ing ar­chi­tect-de­signed and de­signer furniture, light­ing and dec­o­ra­tive art since 1986. www.col­lage­clas­ 2034 Irv­ing Blvd., 214.828.9888.

CON­DUIT GALLERY— For the past 18 years, Con­duit Gallery has been ded­i­cated to the vis­ual arts in North Texas, rep­re­sent­ing a range of es­tab­lished and emerg­ing artists like Ellen Ber­man, Steven Miller, Roberto Mun­guia, Michael Roch, Rein­hard Ziegler and Susie Phillips. www.con­duit­ 1626 Hi Line Drive, Ste. C, 214.939.0064.

CRAIGHEAD-GREEN GALLERY— Craighead-Green con­tem­po­rary gallery rep­re­sents the work of lo­cal, na­tional and in­ter­na­tional artists, fo­cus­ing on con­tem­po­rary paint­ings and sculp­tures in a myr­iad of me­dia and styles. Con­sis­tently named one of the best galleries in Dal­las, Craighead-Green is a mem­ber of the Dal­las Art Deal­ers As­so­ci­a­tion. www.craig­head­ 1011 Dragon St., 214.855.0779.

DAHLIA WOODS GALLERY— Nes­tled just out­side of down­town Dal­las, the Dahlia Woods Gallery houses an im­pres­sive col­lec­tion of works cre­ated by some of Dal­las’s finest lo­cal artists. www.dahli­a­woods­ 600 Can­te­gral St., 214.827.0924. FIRE­HOUSE POT­TERY & GALLERY— For con­tem­po­rary ce­ram­ics and pot­tery, head to Fort Worth, where this work­ing stu­dio and art gallery fea­tures at least a dozen lo­cal artists at any given time. www. fire­house­ 4147 Mead­ow­brook Drive, Fort Worth, 682.560.3467.

GALLERY 414— Gallery 414 has been pro­mot­ing con­tem­po­rary art in a wide range of medium since 1995. It shows a mix­ture of dif­fer­ent kinds of artists with dif­fer­ent kinds of sen­si­bil­i­ties, all to bring a new per­spec­tive to the viewer. 414 Tem­ple­ton Drive, Fort Worth, 817.336.6595.

HOLLY JOHN­SON GALLERY— The gallery was founded in 2005 and rep­re­sents about 30 dif­fer­ent artists from around the na­tion. It’s also a found­ing mem­ber of the Con­tem­po­rary Art Deal­ers of Dal­las and the good peo­ple at Holly John­son give great ad­vice and rec­om­men­da­tions for pri­vate and cor­po­rate col­lec­tors. www.hol­lyjohn­ 1845 Levee St., Ste. 100, 214.369.0169.

JANETTE KENNEDY GALLERY— The South Side on La­mar, lo­cated in the soul of south Dal­las, is known for trendy and urban-style liv­ing. Amidst its eclec­tic walls, you’ll stum­ble upon a sa­cred trea­sure: the Janette Kennedy Gallery. With a new ex­hibit ev­ery two weeks, the gallery dis­plays ce­ram­ics, video, wood­cuts, paint­ings, draw­ings, mu­sic, graphic arts and found ob­jects by lo­cal and in­ter­na­tional artists. 1409 South La­mar, 214.426.1575.

KET­TLE ART— If you want to see more from lo­cal artists, stop by Ket­tle Art. This is a laid-back gallery, where the fo­cus is on orig­i­nal art, in­clud­ing graf­fiti art. www.ket­ 2650-B Main St., 972. 834-6964.


GALLERY— Dis­cover the magic of glass! Dal­las’ pre­mier art glass gallery and stu­dio fea­tures an ever-chang­ing se­lec­tion of out­stand­ing and in­no­va­tive work by over 300 con­tem­po­rary North Amer­i­can glass artists. The Richard­son stu­dio is open Tues­day through Satur­day, 10 am-6 pm.www. kit­trell­rif­ 4500 Sigma Road (at Welch), 972.239.7957.; Stu­dio: 1600 N. Plano Road 400, RIchard­son, 972.239.7989.

LEVEL GALLERY— In the midst of both the Deep El­lum and Fair Park neigh­bor­hoods, this con­tem­po­rary gallery dis­plays a mix of paint­ings, sculp­tures and as­sorted mixed me­dia. A re­cent ex­hi­bi­tion fea­tured works by HENSE, a cel­e­brated painter and large-scale in­stal­la­tion artist. Reg­u­larly fea­tured artists in­clude Al­berto Mena, Francesca Bi­fulco and co-owner Mark Hanson.www.level-gallery. com. 2722 Lo­gan St., 626.731.LOVE.

MARTIN LAWRENCE— Martin Lawrence Galleries is in­ter­na­tion­ally renowned as a pre­mier dealer in orig­i­nal paint­ings, sculp­ture and lim­ited-edi­tion graph­ics by Picasso, Cha­gall, Warhol and other fa­mous and soon-to-be fa­mous artists. From a new ex­hi­bi­tion gallery on the first level of Gal­le­ria Dal­las, it pro­vides ac­cess to “blue-chip” fine art not found any­where else in Texas. www.mar­tin­ 13550 Dal­las Pkwy., First Level, Gal­le­ria Dal­las, 972.546.2988.

MI­LAN GALLERY— This di­verse gallery in Sundance Square houses works from lo­cal, na­tional and in­ter­na­tional artists. Mi­lan also plays host to spe­cial events, ex­hi­bi­tions and artist re­cep­tions. www.mi­lan­ 505 Hous­ton St., Fort Worth, 817.338.4278.

THE PUB­LIC TRUST— Lo­cated in East Dal­las, The Pub­lic Trust is eclec­tic and un­con­ven­tional. This con­tem­po­rary gallery the place to mix, min­gle, have a drink, lis­ten to some tunes and pe­ruse the art of many an up-and-com­ing artists.­thep­ub­ 2271 Mon­i­tor St., 214.760.7170.


AND STU­DIO— One man’s trash is an­other’s trea­sure, es­pe­cially for artist Re­becca Low, whose metal art and sculp­ture gallery fea­tures unique pieces from var­i­ous scraps, met­als and ma­te­ri­als like paint and glass. Stop by to get in­spired, see what’s new or take home some­thing that’s truly one-of-a-kind.­becca­ 7608 Camp Bowie Blvd. West, Fort Worth, 817.244.1151.

ROUGHTON GALLERIES INC.— Housed in a build­ing cre­ated by Foushee and Cheek in 1931, Roughton Galleries’ col­lec­tion con­sists of 19th- and ear­ly20th-cen­tury Amer­i­can and Euro­pean works by artists from the Hud­son River school, Amer­i­can Lu­min­ist, Tra­di­tional Re­al­ism and more. www. roughton­gal­ 3702 Fair­mount St., 214.871.1096.

SA­MUEL LYNNE GALLERIES— Con­tem­po­rary artists J.D. Miller and Philip Ro­mano head up this mod­ern art and sculp­ture gallery. The 11,100-square-foot in­dus­trial space is also home to a 30-seat, HD the­ater and a wine/espresso bar. www.samuel­ 1105 Dragon St., 214.965.9027.

SOUTH­WEST GALLERY— This ex­pan­sive gallery presents a di­verse col­lec­tion of orig­i­nal oils, graph­ics, an­tiques, sculp­tures and bronzes, as well as an out­stand­ing se­lec­tion of Amer­i­can and Euro­pean oils in a va­ri­ety of styles, in­clud­ing con­tem­po­rary, tra­di­tional, im­pres­sion­is­tic, Western and South­west­ern. The gallery also houses Kittrell-Riffkind Art Glass and The Artists’ Showplace. 4500 Sigma Road, Dal­las, 972.960.8935 or 800.272.9910.

STOCK­YARDS STA­TION GALLERY— The col­lec­tion of gor­geous fine art—orig­i­nal bronzes, paint­ings, home fur­nish­ings, rope art, iron carv­ings and more—will keep vis­i­tors pe­rus­ing for hours. www.stock­yards­ 140 E. Ex­change Ave., Ste. 113, Fort Worth, 817.624.7300.

THOMAS KINKADE GALLERY— As one of Amer­ica’s most col­lected artists, Thomas Kinkade is a leg­end. Thomas Kinkade Gallery car­ries his light-in­fused paint­ings as part of one of the most ex­ten­sive col­lec­tions in the world. www.thomaskinkade. com. 302 Main St., Fort Worth, (Sundance Square), 817.335.1140. VETRO GLASSBLOWING STU­DIO & ART GALLERY— Vetro Glass Blow­ing Stu­dio & Art Gallery of­fers vis­i­tors the op­por­tu­nity to take home some­thing com­pletely unique. A one-of-a-kind, gor­geous piece of blown glass makes the per­fect gift for loved ones back home. While you’re there, check out the live glass blow­ing demon­stra­tions; you’ll be amazed at the beauty of this art. www.vetroart­ 701 S. Main St., Ste. 103, Grapevine, 817.251.1668.

WIL­LIAM CAMP­BELL CON­TEM­PO­RARY— In busi­ness for more than 35 years, this con­tem­po­rary gallery off Camp Bowie Boule­vard in Fort Worth is de­voted to the preser­va­tion and ad­vance­ment of mod­ern works from all me­dia. Gallery own­ers Bill and Pam Camp­bell have be­come an in­te­gral part of the Texas art scene, and have dealt with some of the most renowned (as well as up-and-com­ing) lo­cal and re­gional artists. www.william­camp­bell­con­tem­po­rar­ 4935 By­ers Ave., Fort Worth, 817.737.9566.

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