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Cufflink Art will showcase a group exhibition of works from regionally diverse artists who comprise the gallery’s roster.

The collection of works curated by owners Douglas Gault and Joseph Luong mixes in a variety of mediums including meticulous graphite drawings by Marshall Harris, subliminal compositions through oil on canvas by Linda Shobe, personal storytelling via collage by Dwight Owsley, intimate close-up portraits from the perspective of Nathan Madrid, dark yet mischievous concrete sculptures by Ross Bonfanti, and digitally abstract maps manipulated by Scott Anderson.

In addition, the gallery offsets their programming of unique works alongside accessibility by offering limited edition prints, fine art books, and small objects. The gallery is located in the Near Southside neighborhood of Fort Worth which has recently been designated as a state cultural district. The Near Southside is home to a multitude of arts, entertainment and creative organizations and continues to foster building a creative and supportive community.

The exhibition will remain on display through May 17.

Cufflink Art will showcase a group exhibition of works from regionally diverse artists who comprise the gallery’s roster.

The collection of works curated by owners Douglas Gault and Joseph Luong mixes in a variety of mediums including meticulous graphite drawings by Marshall Harris, subliminal compositions through oil on canvas by Linda Shobe, personal storytelling via collage by Dwight Owsley, intimate close-up portraits from the perspective of Nathan Madrid, dark yet mischievous concrete sculptures by Ross Bonfanti, and digitally abstract maps manipulated by Scott Anderson.

In addition, the gallery offsets their programming of unique works alongside accessibility by offering limited edition prints, fine art books, and small objects. The gallery is located in the Near Southside neighborhood of Fort Worth which has recently been designated as a state cultural district. The Near Southside is home to a multitude of arts, entertainment and creative organizations and continues to foster building a creative and supportive community.

The exhibition will remain on display through May 17.

Cufflink Art will showcase a group exhibition of works from regionally diverse artists who comprise the gallery’s roster.

The collection of works curated by owners Douglas Gault and Joseph Luong mixes in a variety of mediums including meticulous graphite drawings by Marshall Harris, subliminal compositions through oil on canvas by Linda Shobe, personal storytelling via collage by Dwight Owsley, intimate close-up portraits from the perspective of Nathan Madrid, dark yet mischievous concrete sculptures by Ross Bonfanti, and digitally abstract maps manipulated by Scott Anderson.

In addition, the gallery offsets their programming of unique works alongside accessibility by offering limited edition prints, fine art books, and small objects. The gallery is located in the Near Southside neighborhood of Fort Worth which has recently been designated as a state cultural district. The Near Southside is home to a multitude of arts, entertainment and creative organizations and continues to foster building a creative and supportive community.

The exhibition will remain on display through May 17.

WHEN

WHERE

Cufflink Art
120 St. Louis Ave.
Suite 149
Fort Worth, TX 76104
https://cufflinkart.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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