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Fort Works Art will present an artist’s panel with five artists featured in the current exhibit “#28grams.” Riley Holloway, Wheron, Drigo, Hillary Dohoney, and Jessica McClendon will discuss their processes and creative influences.

“#28Grams,” a one-of-a-kind exhibition that connects the public to some of the most highly representational, figurative, and abstract artists from across the globe who are using modern platforms in striking and innovative way. This show features a diverse range of 28 museum and gallery represented artists who have broken through the traditional art spaces by garnering international online fame through mixing their fine art process with the lo-fi medium of Instagram.

Fort Works Art will present an artist’s panel with five artists featured in the current exhibit “#28grams.” Riley Holloway, Wheron, Drigo, Hillary Dohoney, and Jessica McClendon will discuss their processes and creative influences.

“#28Grams,” a one-of-a-kind exhibition that connects the public to some of the most highly representational, figurative, and abstract artists from across the globe who are using modern platforms in striking and innovative way. This show features a diverse range of 28 museum and gallery represented artists who have broken through the traditional art spaces by garnering international online fame through mixing their fine art process with the lo-fi medium of Instagram.

Fort Works Art will present an artist’s panel with five artists featured in the current exhibit “#28grams.” Riley Holloway, Wheron, Drigo, Hillary Dohoney, and Jessica McClendon will discuss their processes and creative influences.

“#28Grams,” a one-of-a-kind exhibition that connects the public to some of the most highly representational, figurative, and abstract artists from across the globe who are using modern platforms in striking and innovative way. This show features a diverse range of 28 museum and gallery represented artists who have broken through the traditional art spaces by garnering international online fame through mixing their fine art process with the lo-fi medium of Instagram.

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Fort Works Art
2100 Montgomery St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
http://www.fortworksart.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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