36 SOUTHWEST GALLERY
A leader in the business of selling and restoring
fine art in Dallas for over 40 years, Southwest
Gallery has a large stock of contemporary, traditional and southwest art. The newest paintings by
Kent Wallis will be on display beginning Nov. 10.
Wallis blends romantic realism and impressionism, allowing the colors to pop. swgallery.com
37 TALLEY DUNN GALLERY
Dallas native and SMU alum David Bates focuses
his latest works on still lifes and historic buildings
in Galveston. His vibrant landscapes demonstrate
his ability to capture the play of light and his keen
eye for the essence of a particular place. Talley
Dunn Gallery will display a collection of paintings and sculptures by Bates through Dec. 15.
Image: David Bates, The Sealy House, 2012 oil on
panel, 30 x 40 in., courtesy of the artist and Talley
Dunn Gallery. talleydunn.com
38 VALLEY HOUSE GALLERY & SCULPTURE
For nearly 60 years Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden has carefully curated selections of
fine art for display and purchase. Through Nov.
3, Robert D. Cocke’s Is, Was, Will Be remains on
display. Cocke’s luminous landscapes capture the
elegance of American scenery. The sculpture garden remains open with works by Charles Umlauf,
David Hayes, and Mike Cunningham.
39 W.A.A.S. GALLERY
The W.A.A.S. Gallery plans its first juried show for
late this year (2012). At the center of Fair Park and
Deep Ellum, this space is dedicated to innovative
work by both local and international artists. In an
ongoing exhibit, Eric Trich created paintings that
come to life with the help of an iPhone app.
40 WILLIAM CAMPBELL CONTEMPORARY
Famed for crafting pieces that embrace the ideals of
discovery, Texas artist Scottie Parsons’s paints large-scale works with vibrant colors and shapes. Many
are inspired by the deep red and blue hues of outer
space. The William Campbell gallery presents a solo
exhibit of Parsons’ work Dec. 1-Jan. 5. Through
Nov. 21, Bob Wade’s vintage photos of Texas remain on display. Image: Scottie Parsons, Sky Ladder,
2009, oil on canvas, 54 x 46 in.
NEW ON THE SCENE
Details are everything at Gallerie Noir. The just-opened Dragon Street spot reflects the fearless
approach of interior designer/gallerist Melissa En-riquez. Paintings, sculpture, photography, and art
installations share the 6,200-sq.-ft. space with “
historical modern” furniture and home accessories.