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REVIEW: John Adelman in Visual Art Source

November 3, 2017 - John Zotos

John Adelman’s artistic skills are fully in evidence in eleven new drawings completed this year, each executed on canvas in gel ink and acrylic.  They illustrate a wide range of formal approaches through which Adelman follows a strict set of rules to achieve his pictorial goals. This might be regarded as conceptualist process, but the result of his meticulous technique feels more important than the actions used to complete the pieces. He repeatedly uses text and certain shapes like nails traced on the surface while taking a tally. Many of the pieces, like the ethereal “38724," have the number of nails rendered over the surface as their title...


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REVIEW: Dornith Doherty at the Amon Carter Museum of Art

October 23, 2017 - Arie Bouman of Arts+Culture Texas Magazine

A black circle fills the frame; a dark void within which small white flecks float. These white specks are plant seeds captured with an X-ray, their ghostly white shells and tails caught in a black petri dish. The piece, by the artist Dornith Doherty, is titled Finite and is part of an ongoing series from her project Archiving Eden; the eponymous show is on view at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art until Jan. 14, 2018....


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REVIEW: Crystal Cities - Tommy Fitzpatrick at Holly Johnson Gallery

October 9, 2017 - John Zotos of Arts+Culture Texas Magazine

Tommy Fitzpatrick’s current exhibition Crystal Cities, on view through Nov. 4, includes ten compelling, colorful, acrylic-on-canvas paintings of interlacing planar forms that command the main space of Holly Johnson Gallery.   A separate area features a wall-mounted shelf of small-scale Plexiglass maquettes with interchangeable parts, which Fitzpatrick used as models for his paintings...


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ARTICLE: Joan Winter in LUXE magazine

September 8, 2017 - Tate Gunnerson

Hiking through a dense bamboo forest isn't easy, a fact that Dallas artist Joan Winter quickly realized while winding through the towering green shoots on Awaji Island. The experience was one adventure on a recent six-week trip to Japan she took for both artistic inspiration and a weeklong woodblock-printing class in Kyoto...


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ARTICLE: Tommy Fitzpatrick's show 'Top Ten in Texas'

September 7, 2017 - A+C Texas Magazine

Texas-based artist Tommy Fitzpatrick has been focused on architecture as the subject of his paintings for the past twenty years. And since 2013, he has been creating sculptural motifs made of transparent plastics—assemblages based on the ideas of the Russian constructivists. Crystal Cities through November 4, is a selection of new paintings and sculptures inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s unrealized 1940 project of the same name...


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PRESS RELEASE: John Adelman: Drawing Attn

September 4, 2017 - Holly Johnson Gallery

Holly Johnson Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of, Drawing: Attn, an exhibition of new ink drawings on canvas by John Adelman. An opening reception will be held Saturday evening, October 14th from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. This exhibition continues through Saturday, December 23.

Drawing: Attn is Adelman’s fifth solo exhibition with the gallery and it continues to explore the material qualities of ink. Accumulative and compulsive, his compositions are strictly defined by a series of rules that the artist sets for himself. The works are diverse in scale, subject, and resources, and all created in a formula driven manner...


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ARTICLE: Arts + Culture Magazine - 'Dallas Gallerists Shape the Design District'

September 1, 2017 - Nancy Zastudil

The art scene in Dallas has long been influenced by avant-garde women: From the The Betty McLean Gallery, which opened in 1951 as one of the first modern art galleries in Texas, to Valley House Gallery, founded by Peggy and Donald Vogel, to the visionaries of today who show no signs of slowing down...


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REVIEW: Michael Young in ModernDallas.net

August 18, 2017 - Todd Camplin

Something as simple as a line can create a range of emotional suggestions. Next, to the point, the line is the simplest expression in making visual art. Essential and at the core of nearly every work of art throughout the ages. The line helps direct our eyes through an art piece, whether implied or actual. Thick marks can give a feeling of boldness, while a thin wavy line can draw out from the viewer a feeling of nervousness and being unsure. The power of this art element can feel spiritual as well and structurally material....


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INTERVIEW: Dornith Doherty in Patron Magazine

August 17, 2017 - Steve Carter

Acclaimed North Texas artist Dornith Doherty has been photographing seed banks around the world since 2008, and the capstone exhibition, Dornith Doherty: Archiving Eden, has just opened at the Amon Carter. The show is a spellbindingly beautiful collection of 15 large-scale images, both of the seed banks themselves and digital collages from x-ray images Doherty took in the labs. Patron spoke with Doherty at the Museum the day before the August 12 opening.

PATRON: Your “Archiving Eden” project has consumed you for nearly 10 years—does the origin of this exploration date back to when you learned of the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway, the so-called “doomsday vault”?.....


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INTERVIEW: Dornith Doherty at KERA Art & Seek

August 11, 2017 - Anne Bothwell

Photographer Dornith Doherty spent nine years documenting remote seed vaults around the world — and the seeds inside them. She even got inside the so-called doomsday vault, in Norway, near the North Pole, designed to help preserve samples of botanical life in case of worldwide catastrophe.

Her large, ghostly images capture life inside seeds as small as a grain of sand.  You can see them in her new book, “Archiving Eden,” and in the show by the same name at Amon Carter Museum of American Art.

For our weekly State of the Arts, I spoke Doherty about how she makes her ethereal work. Here are some excerpts from our conversation...


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