Friday, September 21, 2012

Art weekend: Exhibitions, auction, show and sale

A reminder that the Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts will host a centennial art exhibition and more Saturday at Turner House, 401 N. Rosemont.

Go check out the work of these creators: Chris Bingham, Robert Bittle, Katherine Colin, Ray-Mel Cornelius, Richard Doherty, Bryan Florentin, Art Garcia, Bryan Gooding, Donna Harris, Kyle Hobratschk, Duke Horn, Jeffrey Jensen, Tray LaCaze, Rosie Lindsey, David Lyles, Cynthia Maute, Lyndon Mitchell, Charley Mitcherson, Kim Cadmus Owens, Larry Pile, James Schroeder, Kitty Alice Snead, Tamara White, Scott Winterrowd and Debra Witter.

The free event, from noon to 8 p.m., will also include a children’s art program from noon to 2 pm (thanks to Oil and Cotton), and Mike Schroeder will present a ‘Still Life

Painting’ demonstration from 2 to 4 p.m. You can buy art and food. A group of Kings Highway home brewers will have their nectar on hand for your tasting pleasure. And the participating artists will recognized at a reception from 6 to 8 p.m.

Elsewhere Saturday, the Dallas Art Dealers Association will offer up its annual gallery walk including exhibits at two Oak Cliff sites, the Oak Cliff Cultural Arts Center and Mountain View College.
The arts center, 223 W. Jefferson, will also be the starting point of a gallery bike ride led by Bike Friendly Oak Cliff.

Their Bike Swarm will leave the center at 2 p.m. Saturday for a guided or self-guided tour of galleries in the Design District, returning at 5 p.m. to Turner House.

The Fort Worth Avenue Development Group will hold its second Spare Parts auction Saturday night to raise money for its public art project. Donated art, made from discarded and found objects, will be sold during the event from 7 to 11 p.m. at the Four Corners Brewing Co. brewery, 423 Singleton Blvd. in West Dallas. Music. Food. Mighty good beer. Tickets: $35.

At Steve Cruz’s Mighty Fine Arts gallery, 419 N. Tyler, Waxahachie native Bruce Lee opens his show No Way Up But Down with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday.

And nearby there in the Tyler-Davis neighborhood, the Padilla Art Gallery, 829 W. Davis, will have an art sale from 3 to 9 p.m. Saturday.

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