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Photo courtesy of Douglas Blagg

Artspace111 will present "Town & Country," featuring the art of Douglas Blagg and Suzanne Gentling. Both from important North Texas artist families, Blagg and Gentling offer opposite views of the Texas landscape in the realist tradition.

Blagg’s work focuses on urban landscape through watercolor with a high attention to detail and use of vibrant color. Gentling guides the viewer in another experience, showing gentle traditional countryside through watercolor, pastels, photography, and lithographs. Both artists use the vehicle of landscape to meditate on the mysteries of the world that surrounds them.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will on display through December 4.

Artspace111 will present "Town & Country," featuring the art of Douglas Blagg and Suzanne Gentling. Both from important North Texas artist families, Blagg and Gentling offer opposite views of the Texas landscape in the realist tradition.

Blagg’s work focuses on urban landscape through watercolor with a high attention to detail and use of vibrant color. Gentling guides the viewer in another experience, showing gentle traditional countryside through watercolor, pastels, photography, and lithographs. Both artists use the vehicle of landscape to meditate on the mysteries of the world that surrounds them.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will on display through December 4.

Artspace111 will present "Town & Country," featuring the art of Douglas Blagg and Suzanne Gentling. Both from important North Texas artist families, Blagg and Gentling offer opposite views of the Texas landscape in the realist tradition.

Blagg’s work focuses on urban landscape through watercolor with a high attention to detail and use of vibrant color. Gentling guides the viewer in another experience, showing gentle traditional countryside through watercolor, pastels, photography, and lithographs. Both artists use the vehicle of landscape to meditate on the mysteries of the world that surrounds them.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will on display through December 4.

WHEN

WHERE

Artspace111
111 Hampton St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
https://artspace111.com/exhibitions/127-town-country/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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