Tag Archives: 2014

Holiday Party 2014

The Fantasy World of Junko Otsu (Dec)

The Fantasy World of Junko Otsu
Exhibit: December 1-30
Reception: 2- 4pm on Dec. 7th(Sun) with Live Jazz
Live Jazz: Andrew Griffith Trio
with snacks and drinks

Junko Otsu Art

TVAA Downtown Gallery
Plaza of the Americas – Suite G-207
700 N Pearl, Dallas, Texas 75201

Gallery Open 10am-4pm weekdays
(Except 24th and 25th of Dec.)

Dia de los Muertos Gallery

Dia de los Muertos (Nov)

Dia de los Muertos
Entry deadline: October 20, 2014
Exhibition: November 3 – 28, 2014
Reception: November 23, 2 to 4 pm

November 1st and 2nd are the Days of the Dead, celebrated in Mexico, Latin America, and most places where there are Latino populations. The holiday combines Aztec tradition and the Catholic observance of All Saints Day and All Souls Day. The belief is that the dead will be offended by sadness and grieving, so the festivities honor them with joy by providing things for their spirits that they enjoyed in life. For this show, artists are invited to submit art based on the traditions surrounding El Dia de los Muertos.

Download Prospectus: Word | PDF
Curator: Jenny Keller
jennykeller1@sbcglobal.net

In Translation (Oct)

In Translation
Photography & Digital Art
October 1 – 30, 2014
Reception: October 12, 2 to 4 PM

Use digital to create the art for October: fine art images created from your phone, digital camera, and/or computer.

Artists are invited to submit fine art work created with a phone, digital camera, computer or any combination of these technologies. While film can be used, it must be scanned, and the final product must be produced digitally.

Curator:  Gabrielle C. Pruitt
gabypruitt@icloud.com

Entry deadline: September 20
Prospectus: Word / PDF
TVAA Downtown Gallery
Plaza of the Americas – Suite G-207
700 N Pearl
Dallas, Texas 75201
tvaagallery@sbcglobal.net
469-569-4580

Driven to Abstraction (Sept)

Driven to Abstraction
September 1 – 30, 2014
Reception September 20, 2-4pm

During the late nineteenth century art took a turn away from realism. From the first abstractions of color and light, to the changing focus on form, line, plane, and subject, abstract art came into it’s own during the twentieth century. Whether a distorted objective creation or a pure study of shape, space, line, and color in a non-objective work, abstract art is well loved in the twenty first century.

Curator: Jenny Keller
jennykeller1@sbcglobal.net

Download prospectus .doc
Download prospectus .PDF

TVAA Downtown Gallery
Plaza of the Americas
700 N. Pearl Street, Suite G207
Dallas, Texas  75201
(972) 951-7879

Gallery located on the lobby concourse above the skating rink, Suite G207
Hours: Monday – Friday, 10am – 4pm

Black & White Gallery

Humanity Gallery

Humanity (July)

Humanity
Exhibit: July 1-30
Reception: July 13
Curator: Jan Partin

Humanity – the human race; the condition of being human; the totality of the experience of existing as a human being; the human condition.  As humans we may exhibit good or evil, create magnificence or horror, experience euphoric heights or deep despair, rise to the greatest challenge or sink to the depths of defeat, love or hate, embody genius or madness.  Most often, our makeup is varying combinations of all the traits that make us human.  For this exhibit, artists are invited to submit work depicting any or all of the various aspects of the human condition.

Download prospectus

TVAA Downtown Gallery
Plaza of the Americas
700 N. Pearl Street, Suite G207
Dallas, Texas  75201
(972) 951-7879

Gallery located on the lobby concourse above the skating rink, Suite G207
Hours: Monday – Friday, 10am – 4pm

All God’s Creatures Gallery