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Fall Gallery Walk

Various locations, Dallas

More than 30 art galleries open the doors to the annual free walk. A new way discovering art...

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The Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA) will present the annual Fall Gallery Walk on Saturday, Sept. 20 from noon-8 p.m. at nearly 30 of its member galleries through out the Dallas area. This free event provides art lovers an opportunity to socialize and roam from gallery to gallery all in one day.

Dallas Art Dealers Association is an affiliation of established, independent gallery owners and not-for-profit art organizations in the metroplex area. Through carefully chosen exhibitions, DADA makes an important contribution to the community at large as well as to artists, museums, collectors and students. As a group, DADA is pledged to a high standard of ethical conduct, a devotion to consistent public service and a dedication to professional integrity.

September 2003 DADA Gallery Walk Participants


Valley House Gallery
6616 Spring Valley Rd. * 972-239-2441
Recent still life paintings by Donna Phipps Stout


Arlington Museum of Art
201 W. Main St. * 817-275-4600
Mark Making: A Drawing Show
Innovative drawings by 11 Texas artists who make drawing a significant part of their studio practice.

The Gallery at the University of Texas at Arlington
502 S. Cooper * 817-272-3143
Installations and drawings by Annette Lawrence
Little Mysteries: Paintings 1992-2002
Ten-year survey of works by Sydney Philen Yeager

Irving Arts Center Galleries and Sculpture Garden
3333 N. MacArthur Blvd. * 972-252-7558

Main Gallery
Karl Umlauf Retrospective
This touring retrospective of Karl Umlauf's work includes his earliest paintings of geological outcrops and river formations from the 1960s to his recently completed series of industrial walls and cathedral facades.

Focus Gallery
Lay of the Land: Mosaics by Sonia King
Map-like mosaics by Dallas artist Sonia King, integrating mineral specimens and unusual materials while exploring the spaces "between."

Dupree Theater Lobby
Memories and Make Believe: Paintings by Bob Nunn
Lush oil paintings from the past decade that explore the themes of nature and biotechnology by Bob Nunn, art professor & gallery director at North Lake College.

Performance Hall Lobby
Cecelia Feld, Diane Walker-Gladney, Marilyn Jolly, & Ruth Forbes Litwin
Paintings, prints, and works on paper by four Dallas area artists.

Sculpture Garden
Temporary exhibition of sculpture by Texas-based artists along with permanent installations by Jesus Bautista Moroles and Michael Manjarris


University of North Texas Art Gallery
Room 100, Art Building, 1201 W. Mulberry * 940-565-4005
Comic Release: Negotiating Identity for a New Generation
A group exhibition that explores ways cartoon imagery has become a global vehicle for the transmission of culture. Some of the artists included are Lynda Barry, Enrique Chagoya, Michael Ray Charles, Daniel Clowes, Georgeanne Deen, Nicole Eisenman, Inke Essenhigh, Karen Finley, Arturo Herrera, William Kentridge, Glen Ligon, Barry McGee, Takashi Murakami, Yoshitomo Nara, Yehudi Sasportas, Jim Shaw and Kara Walker.


American Fine Art
1611 Dragon St. * 214-749-7749
New paintings by Mexican Artist, Carlos Cazares. Figurative oil canvas series by Larry Ludtke and new fused glass butterfly masks by Tanya Zuger.

1505 Hi Line Dr. * 214-741-5555
Featuring a permanent exhibition of 16th-19th century antiquarian prints & rare maps, 18th-19th century oil paintings & watercolors, and 20th century contemporary works on paper.

Joel Cooner Gallery
1605 Dragon St. * 214-747-3603
Selections of tribal art from Africa, South America and Indonesia.

Conduit Gallery
1626-C Hi Line Dr. * 214-939-0064
Kirk Hayes, New Paintings
Michael Roch, Paintings and Sculpture
Project Room: Adrian Esparza, ceramics


Afterimage Gallery
2800 Routh St. (in the Quadrangle) * 214-871-9140
Panoramic landscape photographs by Brian Kosoff.

Cidnee Patrick Gallery
2404 Cedar Springs * 214-855-5101
Recent work by Pamela Nelson and recent ceramic work by Ginger Henry Geyer.

Craighead-Green Gallery
2404 Cedar Springs * 214-855-0779
Two person show featuring abstract works on canvas by New Mexico artist, Michael Kessler, and landscapes on board by Dallas artist Marci Harden Crawford

David Dike Fine Art
2613 Fairmount St. * 214-720-4044
Forgotten: Paintings and sculpture of places and things abandoned by Jon Flaming

William E. Johnson Fine Art
2525 Fairmount * 214-871-1197
Old master paintings from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries.

Galerie Kornye
2530 Fairmount St. * 214-954-4475
From the Hills of Central Texas to the Grand Vistas of West Texas Twenty-five Stape Kearns masterworks of famous Texas ranches from the 10T/Rancho los Senderos of Nixon to the Lambs Head Ranch of Albany.

MADI Museum and Gallery
3109 Carlisle * 214-855-7802
Museum with permanent collection of MADI art using geometric forms in architecture, drawings, sculptures, and paintings. Gallery features works of MADI art for collectors.

Christopher Martin Gallery
2702 McKinney Ave. Ste. 101* 214-880-9667
Ghost Series by Christopher Martin, 5th annual showing of Found Objects by Rick Carpenter, recent works by Patricia Shannon and other regional talents.

McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC)
3120 McKinney Ave. * 214-953-1212
Crossing Over: Photographs and New Video Installations by El Paso-based artist Willie Varela

Pan American Art Gallery
3303 Lee Parkway Suite 101 * 214-522-3303
Landscapes of the Americas: Works from Canada, the U.S. and the Caribbean

Gerald Peters Gallery
2913 Fairmount * 214-969-9410
Terrell James: New Paintings - A selection of twenty new works by the Houston artist.

Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery
3115 Routh St. * 214-969-1852
Photographs by Chris Verene from his Galesburg essay.

Riddell Rare Maps & Fine Prints
2611 Fairmount St. * 214-953-0601

The Victorian Gallery
2722 Fairmount * 214-871-2474
Presenting the paintings of Ramon Kelley, Miriam Briks, Nancy Bush, John Holub, Mark Thompson, Tony Eubanks, Spencer Budd, Joseph Mendez, James Zar, Andrew Wages, Bruce Peil, David Moreland Bates, Ted Byrom and many more. And the sculptures of Darrell Davis, Moana Ponder, Gary Price, W. Stanley Proctor and others.


Dallas Center for Contemporary Art
2801 Swiss Ave. * 214-821-2522
Legend awardee solo show and Mix series artist Sara Cardona

Barry Whistler Gallery
2909-B Canton St. * 214-939-0242
Dallas artist Scott Barber's new large-scale abstractions derived from digital imagery.


Dunn and Brown Contemporary
5020 Tracy St. * 214-521-4322

Pollock Gallery
Meadows School of Arts, SMU * 214-768-4439

Dallas Art Dealers Association
tel. (817) 275-4600

Elisabeth S. Clark
dal 18/10/2012 al 28/11/2012

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