Fort Worth Community Arts Center
1300 Gendy St. Fort Worth, TX 76107


The Fort Worth Art Dealers Association (FWADA) will present its annual Fall Gallery Night, Saturday,
September 9, at art spaces and commercial venues throughout the city. Fall Gallery Night runs from noon
to 9:00 p.m. at most locations, and includes exhibitions, live demonstrations, music, and other special
events. See the list below and the Gallery Night Guide for exhibition details and specific hours of operation.

Three dozen art galleries, museums, retail businesses, and restaurants will participate in the community-wide
event. Gallery Night is free and open to the public.

Download the Gallery Night Guide.


Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Gallery Night Hours: 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Free admission.

On view through September 10: Fluid Expressions: The Prints of Helen Frankenthaler. Although widely known
for her iconic “soakstain” canvases, Helen Frankenthaler (1928–2011) was an equally inventive printmaker
who took risks in a medium not frequently explored by abstract expressionists. Fluid Expressions highlights the
artist’s often-overlooked, yet highly original and whimsical, print production.

Image: Helen Frankenthaler (1928–2011), Beginnings, 2002, silkscreen. © 2016 Helen Frankenthaler
Foundation, Inc./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts Inc., List Posters
and Prints.

Art on the Boulevard
Gallery Night Hours: noon–9:00 p.m.
Refreshments served at 2:00 p.m.

On view through October 3: Works by Gloria Sepp and Jennifer Stufflebeam. Both Sepp and Stufflebeam
work primarily in acrylics, using bright colors and displaying an abstract expressionist style of painting. Other
artists participating in the exhibit are Gale Johnston, Bob Fox, Mary Ann White, Clara Williams, Todd Ford,
Dolores Hibbard, Laura Hunt, Loretta LaMothe, and James Rosin.

Atrium Gallery at
UNT Health Science Center
Gallery Night Hours: noon–8:00 p.m.

On view: Works by Soon Y. Warren. Soon Y. Warren is an internationally known artist, an accomplished
author, and teacher. She has an incredible ability to re-create natural forms on paper and canvas, making
them even more beautiful than the originals. Warren is exhibiting in and curating this exhibition of her
associates’ works. The watercolors are vibrant, compelling, and awe-inspiring. We will have ongoing
watercolor demonstrations in the gallery. Don’t miss works by these featured artists: Connie Logan Levsen,
Lucy Oppermann, Marianna Alfaro, Gemma Haas, Kay Muller, Paula Neighbors, Martha Cooper, Debbie
Ford, Sue Guinn, Vikki Pier, Karen LaBoon, Juliette LaBoon, Allyce Peters, Armida Guzman, Soon Y. Warren,
Martha Wright, Janet Gean, Karen Brown, David Burkhart, Neatie Burden, Sue Evans, and Linda Perry.
Fort Worth Community Arts Center
Gallery Night Hours: 9:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

On view: The Texas Artist Coalition 12th Annual Juried Membership Exhibit winner, Patricia Murphy, whose
work has shown in competitions juried by curators around the country. Murphy is also a Hunting Art Prize
finalist. Preservation is the Art of the City 2017. Each September, Historic Fort Worth, Inc. produces this month-
long, multifaceted event. This year’s featured artist is Val Hunnicutt. Additional exhibits: The Fort Worth
Weaver’s Guild, including weaving demonstrations throughout the evening; Texas Pottery and Sculpture
Guild Exhibit & Sale; Art Room; Doug Clark; and Stormie Parker in an exhibit that showcases the best of her
Texas creations from 2006 to 2017.

Kimbell Art Museum
Gallery Night Hours: 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

On view: Casanova: The Seduction of Europe.

Image: Jean-Marc Nattier, Manon Balletti, 1757, oil on canvas, 21 x 18 in. (54 x 47.5 cm). © The National
Gallery, London. Bequeathed by Emilie Yznaga, 1945.

McAnthony’s Multicultural
Studio and Gallery
Gallery Night Hours: 2:00–9:00 p.m.
On view: Art To Live. Show and sale.

Rebecca Low Sculptural Metal
Gallery & Studio
Gallery Night Hours: noon–9:00 p.m.

On view: Works by Jeffie Brewer. Come help Rebecca Low celebrate the twentieth anniversary of her
gallery. Jeffie Brewer will be the featured artist. His work is exceptional, and he considers it a gift to be able
to share his vision and experience. Sometimes it’s serious, sometimes it’s thoughtful, and a lot of the time it’s
just silly. He knows that the shared experience of existing, living, loving, thinking, seeing beauty, knowing
fear, feeling passion, and just being is further magnified through art.

Also on view are new works by Rebecca Low, Nic Noblique, Ralph Moresco, Terry Jones, David Mikitka, Chris
Cunningham, Marco Rubino, and Dolly Valdez, and jewelry by Dale Ousley and Juliette Edgerton.

SiNaCa Studios School of Glass
and Gallery
Gallery Night Hours: noon–9:00 p.m.

On view: Works and Live Demonstrations by Grant Garmezy. Garmezy graduated with his BFA from Virginia
Commonwealth University in 2007, and has gone on to study and teach around the world. Join us to
witness his creative process during a formal glassblowing demonstration. SiNaCa Studios is a 501(c)3
nonprofit dedicated to education and believes that through our educational outreach we can forge
brighter futures and positively impact our community.

The Art Galleries at TCU:
Moudy Gallery
Gallery Night Hours: noon–9:00 p.m.

On view through September 21: Baseera Khan, iamuslima. Iamuslima features a selection of prints,
sculptures, textiles, archival material, and other performative objects used by the artist to reflect on
autobiographical narratives. While recognizing her Indian-Iranian-Afghani heritage, Khan reflects on her
experience growing up in Texas. Inspired by writers such as Frantz Fanon and Jean Genet, she explores her
lived experience through points of intersection: as a Muslim, an artist, and a femme person of color.

The Upstairs Gallery
Gallery Night Hours: 12:30–5:00 p.m.

On view: A 50-Year Retrospective. The show features a selection of outstanding works from the gallery’s first
half-century, and includes works by Alvis Ballew, Al Brouillette, Jo Ann Bushart, Betsy Collier, Larry Harris, Jane
Jacobs, Aron Johnston, Vern Johnson, Darnell Jones, Jess Lord, Josephine Mahaffey, Eleanor Grace Martin,
Jessica Neary, and Stephen Rascoe. New works by current gallery artists will also be on display.

William Campbell Contemporary Art
Gallery Night Hours: noon–9:00 p.m.

On view through October 14: Jeff Kellar: Gravity + Light, featuring new abstract paintings and sculptures by
Maine artist Jeff Kellar. Using a mixture of resin, clay, and pigment to assemble blocks of color that position
themselves in space, Kellar paints on thin aluminum composite panels that float away from the wall. The
colors are made up of many layers of the medium, the panels becoming a surface to hold an illusion. “A
shape rests upon a shape. Color presses upon color... All the wonder of the world finds shape in gravity and

Arlington Museum of Art
Gallery Night Hours: 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

On view through October 8: Seeing is a Nervous Habit: Kenda North Retrospective Exhibit. Kenda North is a
professor and head of the photography program at the University of Texas at Arlington. She has been
exhibiting her photographs for more than thirty years and is currently represented by Craighead Green
Gallery in Dallas. Her work is in over fifty museum collections and her archive has been accepted to the
DeGolyer Library Archives of Women of the Southwest at SMU. North lives in the Oak Cliff area of Dallas.

Artspace 111
Gallery Night Hours: noon–9:00 p.m.

On view through October 21: Once Upon A Time: John Hartley. Artspace111 presents a solo exhibition of
new works by Fort Worth-based artist John Hartley for Fall Gallery Night 2017. Once Upon A Time features
Hartley’s photorealistic paintings of antique collectible figures that explore memory and perception by
highlighting the contrast between our childhood fantasies and our adult realities.

Fort Works Art
Gallery Night Hours: noon–9:00 p.m.

On view: Candy Man—Ben Willis. Phoenix-based artist Ben Willis is curating an interactive exhibition
inspired by the childhood favorite game Candy Land. Candy Man—Ben Willis will transform Fort Works Art
into a family-friendly, experiential wonderland filled with whimsical, candy-inspired artworks. The exhibition
features the curator’s solo show exploring a technicolor palette and geometric abstractions with high gloss
and glitter.
In addition to Candy Man, the exhibition includes two companion shows: Signs, featuring works by Brennen
Bechtol and Drigo, and Candy Castle, a feast-for-the-eyes collection of works by Adam Hillman, Christina
West, Dan Lam, Derick Smith, Kristina Drake, Rachel Goodwin, Sean Augustine March, Sean Newport, and
Will Heron.
Gallery Night will also include a set by DJ Ronnie Heart.

Gallery 414
Gallery Night Hours: noon–9:00 p.m.

On view: Forged Paint: Works by Lee Hill. Gallery 414 presents a solo show of abstract painting by Fort Worth
artist and architect Lee Hill. Forged Paint focuses on a visual vocabulary carefully crafted through the use
of hard-edge geometry, random elements, and a dedicated use of bold color with contrasting blacks and
whites. The narrative draws on a synthesis of how modern and ancient marks are created on the
landscape from varied activities both manmade and natural.

Lakeview Gallery: Tarrant County College Northwest Campus
Gallery Night Hours: 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

On view: Works by TCC Northwest Campus Faculty, featuring art that demonstrates a wide range of
approaches to painting, sculpture, mixed media, printmaking, digital art, and ceramics. Participating artists
include Stephen Battle, Christian deLeon, Allison Gillies, John Hartley, Cindy Hasio, Elizabeth Hurtado, Trish
Igo, Kelly James, Jill O’Brien, Fred Spaulding, and Kelly Ingleright-Telgenhoff.

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Gallery Night Hours: 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
General admission charge.

Discover amazing contemporary works displayed in a serene concrete and glass building surrounded by a
magnificent reflecting pond. Join our docent-led gallery tour at 2:00 p.m., included with general admission.
The collection includes paintings, sculptures, videos, photographs, and prints. Visitors to the museum may
enjoy lunch in Café Modern’s elliptical dining room set on the museum’s reflecting pond, or shop for unique
gifts at The Modern Shop.

Sid Richardson Museum
Gallery Night Hours: 9:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.

On view: Frederic Remington: Altered States. Altered States is one in a series of focus exhibitions, Guests of
Honor, that provides opportunities for visitors to enjoy special presentations of works from the Sid Richardson
Museum’s permanent collection, as well as from private collections. This focus exhibition features a group of
Remington paintings and bronzes that showcases alterations made either by the artist, or by others, and
addresses how scholarship has contributed to the discovery of those alterations.

The Art Galleries at TCU:
Fort Worth Contemporary Arts
Gallery Night Hours: noon–9:00 p.m.

On view through October 7: Finding Fanon: Larry Achiampong & David Blandy. Finding Fanon is a three-
part film series and installation by UK artists Larry Achiampong and David Blandy, who work collaboratively
and share an interest in popular culture and the postcolonial position. They examine communal and
personal heritage, using performance to investigate “the self” as a fiction, devising alter-egos to point at
their divided selves. Finding Fanon is inspired by the lost plays of Frantz Fanon (1925–1961), a politically
radical humanist whose research and writing looked at the psychological effects of colonization and the
social and cultural consequences of decolonization.

The Gallery at UTA:
University of Texas at Arlington
Gallery Night Hours: noon–6:00 p.m.

On view through October 7: Huisi He—No Turning Back. Chinese-born artist Huisi He’s first solo exhibition in
Texas showcases performance and related ephemera dealing both directly and indirectly with the
immigration experience and the surrounding politics of inclusion and exclusion, often as they relate to a
woman’s body.

Weiler House Fine Art Gallery
Gallery Night Hours: noon–9:00 p.m.
Refreshments: 5:00–9:00 p.m.

On view: Works by Bill Jameson. Weiler House Fine Art Gallery invites you to meet landscape artist Bill
Jameson. Jameson is intrigued by light filtering through trees, striking rocks, and reflections on the water. His
wonderful landscapes become places for silhouetted shapes, half-lights and half-darks, distant light around
the turn of a creek, or a ridge barely seen through the foliage. A native of South Carolina, Jameson
graduated from the Ringling College of Art, followed by a graduate teaching assistant position at the
Institute San Miguel de Allende in Mexico. His paintings can be found in major private art collections as well
as the permanent collections of the Ogden Museum, the South Carolina State Museum, the Gibbes
Museum, and the U.S. State Department Art Bank.

Our Gallery Night event will also feature music by violinist James Hiler.
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