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VOL. 1 / ISSUE 8 / JUNE 2014
IN THIS ISSUE OF SOUTHLAKE ARTS
06 Publisher’s Letter
16 An Artist’s Perspective
08 Events Calendar
12 Fête Française MUSIC
14 Jazz Band Plays Duke Ellington & Wins!
24 Summer Camp! FILM
30 Southlake Film Festival
41 Willie’s Picnic HAPPENINGS
43 Block-Party DESTINATIONS
46 Destination: Santa Fe FOOD
48 Southlake Arts Beer Picks
36 Joseph Raffael 4
This month’s cover artwork is by Joseph Raffael.
Art is the only serious thing in life and the artist is never serious. - Oscar Wilde We have a wonderful June issue for you! June and early July are SLAMMED with lots of fun events to attend for kids, families and adults! There are so many events going on around town it can be overwhelming; lucky for you, we’ve narrowed down the best for you to select from. Our Fête Française was très magnifique! Thank you to everyone who attended. The Main Street Bakery was a wonderful place to have our art, music and culinary social hour. The Short Rib Bourguignon is to die for. There are so many remarkable professionals and students in our area; it is such a thrill to get everyone together to share ideas! On the serious side of art, we have my favorite pick from the Dallas Art Fair, Joseph Raffael. In accordance with bringing you unique content, professional artist Deanna Kienast shares with us her favorite pick from Art in the Square. If you love dance, the Bruce Wood story is an important one for you to read. Thumbs up to the CISD Jazz Band for the awards that they received at Essentially Ellington, a national competition of high school jazz bands playing Duke Ellington’s repertoire. And last, but not least, we have just the thing for you to do the day after Southlake’s July the 3rd fireworks: Willie Nelson’s picnic! Enjoy the issue,
EVENTS CALENDAR MUSIC GEORGE STRAIT June 7th ATT Stadium BOB SCHNEIDER June 7th Billy Bob’s MESHUGGAH June 11th House of Blues BOBBY WOMACK June 12th ATT PAC
JAMES TAYLOR June 15th Verizon SHOWCASE IN THE SQUARE June 15th Town Square PAUL MCCARTNEY June 16th American Airlines Center
THE KILLDARES June 12th Austin Street Plaza
MICHAEL MCDONALD, KENNY LOGGINS, THE POINTER SISTERS June 19th Verizon
ELM STREET MUSIC & TATTOO FESTIVAL June 12-14th Deep Ellum
NASHER TIL MIDNIGHT: LARRY G(EE) June 20th Nasher Sculpture Center
BONAROO June 12th-15th Manchster, TN CONCERT IN THE PARK - BLUPRINT June 14th Rustin Family Park AURORA BLEU June 14th Kimbell Art Museum DSO: MIDSUMMER’S NIGHTS DREAM June 14th ATT PAC
VAN’S WARPED TOUR June 15th Gexa
CHRIS CAGLE June 20th Billy Bob’s TURTLE CREEK CHORALE: DIVAS June 20th-22nd Dallas City Performance Hall KRIS KRISTOFFERSON June 21st Bass Hall PEGASUS MUSIC FESTIVAL June 21st Verizon
BLAKE SHELTON, THE BAND PERRY, NEAL MCCOY June 21st Gexa
MY FAIR BROADWAY July 5th Dallas City Performance Hall
JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR June 22nd American Airlines Center
MIMIR CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL July 6th Kimbell Art Museum
THE VOICE TOUR June 22nd Verizon
QUEEN + ADAM LAMBERT July 10th American Airlines Center
GEORGE DUNHAM June 25th Keller Town Hall
NICK KITHAS & JAZZ CAFE July 12th Kimbell Art Museum
THE GOO GOO DOLLS, DAUGHTERY June 25th Gexa
LIGHT CRUST DOUGHBOYS Through July 15th Tower Gallery
RED, WHITE, AND SOUSA June 27th Colleyville Center MERLE HAGGARD June 28th Billy Bob’s DROWNING POOL June 28th Trees THE FRAY June 28th Verizon DALLAS WIND SYMPHONY A STAR-SPANGLED SPECTACULAR July 4th Meyerson Symphony Center
LADY GAGA July 17th American Airlines Center HUMAN PLUS Through September 15th Tower Gallery JAZZ IN THE ATRIUM Thursdays Dallas Museum of Art LUNCHTIME MUSIC Tuesdays Klyde Warren Park SUNDAY MUSIC SERIES Sundays Sundance Square
ART ALEXANDRE HOGUE: THE EROSION SERIES Through June 15th Dallas Museum of Art NUR: LIGHT IN ART & SCIENCE FROM THE ISLAMIC WORLD Through June 29th Dallas Museum of Art JUNE WAYNE: THE TAMARIND DECADE Through July 6th Amon Carter Museum SIGHTINGS: BETTINA POUSTTCHI Through July 13th Nasher Sculpture Center RICHARD PHILLIPS / JULIAN SCHNABEL Through August 10th Dallas Contemporary UNDERGROUND: PHOTOGRAPHS BY KATHY SHERMAN SUDER Through August 17th Amon Carter Museum SAMURAI Through August 31st Kimbell Art Museum SHEN WEI June 18th - September 29th Crow Collection BENITO HUERTA: AXIS MUNDI V.2 Through Feb 1st Amon Carter Museum
ISA GENZKEN: RETROSPECTIVE Through 2015 Dallas Museum of Art
THEATRE LES MISERABLES June 27th-August 10th Wyly Theater JERSEY BOYS Through June 15th Bass Hall MA RAINEY’S BLACK BOTTOM Through June 8th Jubilee Theater LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS July 4th-August 3rd Jubilee Theater SECOND THOUGHT THEATRE: BOOTH Through June 14th Kalita Humphries Theater
DANCE SHEN WEI DANCE ART June 19th Winspear Opera House BRUCE WOOD PROJECT: TOUCH June 12 & 13 Dallas City Performance Hall EARLY SPRING ARTS PRESENTS: THE WIZARD OF OZ June 20th Palace Theater
KIDS THE WORLD’S LARGEST DINOSAURS Through September Perot Museum FOOD TRUCKS Daily Klyde Warren Park
SPECIAL EVENTS STARS & STRIPES Through Labor DayTown Lake Grapevine JULY 4TH FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA Lake Grapevine
SOUTHLAKE ARTS CREATIVE TEAM Publisher & Creative Director
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DAVID HALL BARBARA MILHIZER Columnist
ROANOKE FARMERS MARKET Saturdays Austin Street Plaza ROANOKE’S 3RD ROCKS July 3rd Roanoke Community Park KELLER SUMMER NIGHTS Thursday Keller Town Hall KABOOM TOWN July 3rd Addison Circle Park SUMMER BLOCK PARTY June 21st Dallas Arts District
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Last month, on the 14th of May, our readers gathered at our “Fête Française” held at the Main Street Bistro & Boulangerie - a gem of culinary delight on Main Street Grapevine that whisks you away to a reverie of a genuine Paris bistro. The weather was beautiful and discussed, hors d’oeuvre were plentiful and devoured, wine was poured and consumed. Ginny Mac played her Scandalli Accordian, sang like Edith Piaf and was accompanied by her brother in a Django’esque fashion. Guests took the time to visit and appreciate what our city’s creative minds our doing, dinner was unique and delicious, dessert was divine and finished off with a café!
Photography by Carolyn Taluja.
FÊTE FR ANÇAISE
Jazz Band Plays Duke Ellington & Wins! Some people “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore” but not Southlake’s high school Jazz Band. David Lown and Carroll High School’s Jazz Band along with Dr. Faltys and Principal Shawn Duhon made a “Caravan” up to NYC this past month, taking the “A Train” with stops at the famous jazz club Village Vanguard and a final destination of Lincoln Center to participate in the Essentially Ellington competition. This was Carroll’s third trip to the competition. Out of over 2700 schools who are members of the program, 94 schools submitted audition recordings and only 15 were selected to go to the finals. Selection was done by blind auditions where the bands finally would have their moment performing three songs by the great Duke Ellington. While in NYC, the students were able to see a performance by Brad Mehldau, had Q&A with Wynton Marsalis and have jam sessions with students from other schools. The students brought home the awards for Outstanding Brass and Outstanding Vocals (performed by Chris Weisberg). The band performed Perdido (arr. Gerald Wilson), Sophisticated Lady (Duke Ellington), and Every Day (I Have the Blues) (Ernie Wilkins).
AN ARTIST’S PERSPECTIVE
Art in The Square was wonderful this year. I had my own personal favorites such as Erin Hanson, Speaking Rock Jewelry, Gregory Arth, Yoram Gal and, of course, Trish Biddle. But I was curious. What would be the favorite of professional artist Deanna Kienast? Lucky for us, she was able to take a break from making her Texas-sized abstracts to go to each and every booth! This is what she said. “The colors and vivid energy of “Art in the Square” never cease to amaze me! It just puts a smile your face! For me, hands down, Andrew Otis pottery was a show topper! This year, I was especially drawn to the tall clay cylinder jars/sculptures created by
potter Andrew Otis. His ability to throw 25-30 pound clay sections and then seam them together with such precision is an amazing achievement! It is rare to not have uneven seams or separation of any kind after the glazing and firing process! Andrew also displayed great coordination of scale to his design proportions making each piece unique! Love the scale! Love the eclectic surface designs! Love his bold transition from primitive to refined surface treatment! Love his originality!â€? www.andrewotispottery.com southlake ARTS
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IF YOU ARE STUDYING DANCE, YOU SHOULD KNOW BRUCE WOOD. If you are a parent of a dancer, you should know Bruce Wood. If you are on drill team, whether an Emerald Belle, Indianette or Fabulous Fillie, you should know Bruce Wood. If you fancy yourself a person of culture, if renaissance means anything to you, you should know Bruce Wood.
Bruce Wood is a prolific, nationally acclaimed choreographer of more than 80 original works. His professional journey began at the Gayle Corkery School of Ballet in Fort Worth while he was attending high school in North Richland Hills. At the age of sixteen, he received a scholarship to the summer intensive at the School of American Ballet under the direction of George Balanchine in New York city. Then, over a 15-year period, Wood performed with New York City Ballet, San Francisco Ballet; Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal; and the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company. In the late 90s, he returned home to Fort Worth and formed the Bruce Wood Dance Company (BWDC). He was its sole choreographer and artistic director for ten years, and the company went on three national tours, which were received with glowing regional and national acclaim for their original choreography and outstanding performers.
The economy of crisis of the late 2000s made a temporary casualty of BWDC and it temporarily folded. BWDC had made such an impact on dance culture and the performances had moved a group of dance patrons so strongly that the company had to survive. And so, in 2010, the Bruce Wood Dance Project (BWDP) was formed, dedicated to the purpose of creating new works and invigorating the growth of professional dance in Dallas/Fort Worth. June 12-13th BWDP presents TOUCH - a compelling evening of new work and outstanding Wood revivals. TOUCH delves into the emotional undertones of tactility: Touch communicates soundlessly. Touch connects-whether it’s a soothing caress, a comforting hug, a squeeze of hands, or reaching out to another. Every contact is the beginning of a journey. “We sing out our southlake ARTS
hearts through touch with another. We cry our stories through the touch of the floor against the bend of gravity. We raise our souls by the lift of another who takes our weight and presses us to God. Touch is the beginning and the end,“ explains Wood.
“I believe that people will forget what you said, they will forget what you wrote; they will even forget what you did. But, people will never forget how you made them feel. I remember this every time I make a dance, and it is probably the one thing that governs all the choices I make.” - Bruce Wood
TOUCH Thursday & Friday June 12-13 Dallas City Performance Hall 8pm
Photos by Brian Guilliaux.
As part of the performance, Wood revives one of his best dances, Home, set to one of his favorite scores - Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem. This haunting work epitomizes his “less is more” aesthetic style. Wood created this work in 1997 and its themes about the place of home are still socially relevant today.
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ummer is one of the best times of the year for your kids to immerse themselves in the arts. Camps offer a great opportunity for your kids to not only spend a great deal of time learning, but often times the friendships that they make at camp will last them a lifetime. Sometimes seeing someone the same age as you that is ahead of you can be a great motivator. That certainly happened to me at the UNT jazz camp when my classmates were Norah Jones, Robert Glasper, Mike Moreno, and McKenzie Smith. Here are some camps that we suggest for your student.
MUSIC UNT Jazz Combo Camp Denton, TX July 13-18, 2014 ages 14+ // $825 The curriculum includes: combo, faculty concerts (each evening), jazz history and listening, jazz theory (basic to advanced), master class instruction on bass, drums, guitar, piano, saxophone, trombone and trumpet, student concerts and student jam sessions. http://www.jazz.unt.edu Note: For teenagers serious about music, this is the best possible camp that you can attend.
Berklee Guitar Sessions Boston, MA July 6th-11th $1990 Ensembles, classes, and clinics in blues, metal, jam band funk / fusion, classic rock, contemporary rock, acoustic rock/pop, jazz, fingerstyle acoustic, and the performing songwriter. Youâ€™ll choose your main style for ensemble and from there you can branch out in our clinics and jams. Fretboard classes will be helpful to all students in any style. Experience Boston, the creative hub of New England. http://www.berklee.edu
Hall Music Productions Summer Camps Southlake, TX Weekly Monday-Thursday 9am-noon. All Ages // $225 Rock Band, String Chamber Ensemble, Keyboard Camp, Composition and Vocal Groups. Want something closer to home? Send your student for a week of music in the morning at Hall Music Productions. Curriculum includes rhythm skills, ear training, reading, writing, music history and performing! http://www.hallmusicproductions.com
Oh Look! Musical Theater Camp June 9 - June 27, 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM Ages 8 - 18 // $595 Oh Look! provides a comprehensive program of intensive classes in a wide variety of theater performing arts. Students train for 3 weeks, five days a week, in the 3 disciplines of musical theater - dance, music, and acting, in addition to rehearsing a full musical which will culminate in one of their main stage productions. http://www.ohlookperform.com
Muller Film & Television Education Camps Southlake, TX June 14-16 & July 14-20 $175-$600 Muller Entertainment is bringing Film to Southlake! PA Workshop is a two-day intensive introductory course that comprehensively teaches the requirements of a career in the film industry. Short Film Intensive is a 7-day course where students are placed in their desired crew positions and matched with working professionals to create a festivalquality short film. filmtveducation.org
Summer Dance Camps, Classes & IntensivesDana’s Studio of Dance Southlake Southlake, TX June & July Ages 2 ½ and up // $115-310 Princess Dance Camps, Tap, Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop & Tumbling Camps & Classes, Contemporary, Lyrical & Technique Intensive, Ballet Intensive. http://www.danastudio.com
The Acting Studio Summer Camps & Shows Musical Theater Camp - June 23-27 Dance Camp - August 4-8 Acting Camp - 10-1 Auditions open now for Peter Pan Tuition: $225 per camp, $449 Peter Pan The acting studio is offering a variety of summer programs for your triple-threat student. Musical Theater, Dance, Acting and the big flying (literally) production of Peter Pan! http://www.actingstudiotx.com
check it out: We’ve added more summer camps in this month for more summertime fun!
NATURE Bob Jones Cross-Timbers Eco-Adventure Day Camp Southlake, TX Tuesday-Fridays $140-$210 Cross-timbers Eco-Adventure Day Camp (CEAD Camp) is summer camp with a difference! All summer long, your child will learn about fascinating science topics through a hands-on, experiential learning based program with acres upon acres of cross-timbers wilderness to explore. They will have the opportunity to make observations on the trail, share with their peers, ask questions, and search for answers. http://bjnc.org/
Studio A Dance Summer Schedule Southlake, TX June 9th-July 31st All ages A full schedule of technique classes offered in ballet, jazz, lyrical, tap, musical theater, contemporary and hip hop. Ballet Intensive featuring Daniel Ulbricht from the New York City Ballet. http://www.studioasouthlake.com Epicenter for the Arts Camp Southlake, TX June 23rd - August 10th $65-$250 Epicenter for the Arts has something for EVERYONE! Camps are available in all styles of dance along with musical theater, acting, art and more! There will be a variety of themed camps such as Royal Ball, All BOYS Hip Hop, Art from the Heart, Triple Threat Performance labs, and Weekly Technique classes! Camps are offered from June 23-Aug 10th for Ages 3-professional age performing artists! Prices range from $65- $250. www.epiarts.com southlake ARTS
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SUMMER CAMPS ART Arthouse Art Camps Monday-Friday $40-$160 The Art House has a variety of ARTventures for your child to go on this summer. Drawing, painting, lego inspired characters, sculptures, tshirt design, American Girl sewing camp even how to paint your own dragon! Paint your Pet, Self-Portrait Lego character, Carousel Horse, Cupcake Sculpture and Super Hero t-shirt are just a few of the great Art Camps that start June 9th 9am-noon or 1-4 pm throughout the Summer. http://studioarthouse.com/ Kimbell Summer Camp Monday–Friday, July 7–11 Monday–Friday, July 14–18 Members $175 Non-Member $200 This mid-July program features five afternoons of creative activities for children (ages 6–12) inspired by Kimbell masterpieces and special exhibitions. Travel to the island nation of Japan to discover the ways of brave and bold samurai warriors. Over the course of five afternoons, campers will explore beautifully crafted helmets, masks, and suits of armor once worn for protection or proudly displayed in spectacular parades. Studio-art projects, gallery tours, and other learning activities will highlight themes central to samurai culture— including family honor, poetry and art, and appreciation for the natural world. This camp is offered in conjunction with Samurai: Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection. A light snack will be provided. http://www.kimbellart.org
Nasher Kids Camp Dallas, TX June 9th-13th $125 SPLAT! SQUISH! SWIRL! Join us and discover different actions artists use when they create their work. The camp is open to students who have completed grades 1 - 5. Register your artist-in-the-making for a fun week of learning and discovery! Campers will discover the history behind sculptures in the Nasher Collection and the methods and materials used by artists through stories, games and hands-on art projects. First-come, first-served registration opens on March 17; maximum capacity is 25 participants nashersculpturecenter.org Nasher Architecture Camp Dallas, TX July 10th-July 11th $80-$100 Join architect and educator Peter Goldstein, AIA, for a collaborative workshop for high school students (grades 9–12) focusing on two Renzo Piano-designed museums. Day-long visits to the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas and the Kimbell’s new Piano Pavilion will include in-depth building tours and a series of projects that will develop students’ drawing, model making, and creative problem-solving skills. First-come, first-served registration opens on March 17; maximum capacity is 20 participants. Registration fee is $80 per student for applications received by April 30. After April 30, registration is $100 per student. Lunch and supplies are included. Transportation is available courtesy of Carey Limousine. nashersculpturecenter.org
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e were on Commerce Street on a weekday at the offices of Muller Entertainment in Southlake. Under Muller Entertainment’s watch, DFW had a legitimate film industry operation involving major Hollywood studios such as CBS and 20th Century Fox, most of whom utilized the stages and sets at The Studios at Las Colinas. Posters of films and shows made at The Studios at Las Colinas were on the walls - Oliver Stone’s JFK; Silkwood with Meryl Streep; Robocop; Dallas; Walker, Texas Ranger and Prison Break were just a few of the hits to come out of The Studios. There was even a life-sized cutout of an all-toofamiliar purple dinosaur character that made us all sing “I Love You, You Love Me, We’re a Happy Family!”...Barney. Just this past year, Muller Entertainment sold The Studios at Las Colinas to 20th Century Fox and Glenn Beck. Beck needed fulltime production studios for his conservative television and radio shows and Las Colinas was a perfect fit. So, they sold it to him, and now, Justin Muller has set his sights on the future. A film festival. In Southlake. Park City, Utah has America’s premier festival (Sundance), and it is a 37-minute drive from the regional airport. From Southlake, we have a 5-minute drive to an international airport. Much like Art in the square, the selection process would be lengthy; hundreds of filmmakers would have submitted their
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films to participate, only a handful would be selected from different genres; big studio films, indie films, animation shorts, documentaries, kids films, Spanish Films, Foreign Films. The producers, directors and stars would fly into DFW International Airport from places such as Los Angeles, New York City, London, Paris, Australia, New Zealand, Japan. The Hilton would be packed and overflow would go to Solana, with overflow from Solana most likely going to the Gaylord. Photographers would line up at the red carpet in front of Harkins Theater. The media would all be there and Paparazzi iPhonographers would take photos (and selfies) at the red carpet as the film industry converged on Harkins in Southlake Town Square in their stretched limousines and luxury sedans. People would flock at the opportunity to see the newest and freshest films our world’s creative minds have to offer. Commerce would explode as after parties filled our city’s restaurants. Festival-goers and celebrities would shop at our retail stores. DFW film enthusiasts would have easy access to the event and get to experience the ease of life that has been created in our quiet town. The film festival would attract the exact demographic that our city needs, especially to complete the vision of Town Center. Who better to own a brownstone than globetrotting CEO’s, celebrities, athletes, artists, and entertainers that want luxury, convenience and easy access to DFW airport?
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SOUTHL AKE F I L M F E S T I VA L The notion is exciting, but why Southlake? Infrastructure. Muller says, “The layout of the street between the Hilton and Harkins is prime, there isn’t another place like that in the DFW area.” Which, if you’ve visited other film festivals in the area (Dallas International Film Festival or USA Film Festival), you know exactly what he’s talking about. While the other film festivals have remarkable content, the nature of 75 and congestion of traffic limits its growth. Being able to walk from the Hilton to Harkins to Brio to Anthropologie and back to your room at the Hilton, is something that you can’t do anywhere else in the Metroplex. Convenience and ease of access are something that consumers really value. Muller also sees the film industry taking a major investment in this area because of its geographic location and quality of living. “The location of DFW makes this area very attractive for the film industry, quality of life is very high and cost of living low, and in cities like ours there are great schools,” says Muller. Which is absolutely true; this is exactly why Toyota is moving their headquarters from Los Angeles to Plano. In addition to the economics of our area, the aesthetics and film locations are also a factor. “Within a 100-mile radius of the DFW area, you can get several different looks - lakes, desert, mountains, small town feels, multiple urban settings, a subway, a lot of variety - which is why we won awards for the show Prison Break. Gary Brown, the producer that worked on Walker, Texas Ranger as an assistant director, had recalled the locations and what they were able to do with Walker for their 8-year run on CBS.
They were shooting up in Chicago, it was cold, hard to get around, and labor unions made things difficult. He didn’t want to shoot there. It was great to get him relocated out here, his kids were going to school out here, and so it all worked out great for Prison Break. He was the producer on it and did some directing, we built million dollar stages and soundstages, there were mysterious sets built over in Fort Worth, and they took advantage of the additional money the state gives you for utilizing underutilized areas,” says Muller. Art in the Square requires over 600 volunteers to operate. Since we only envision blocking off the area around Division, we won’t need as much manpower. So, do you like movies? Do you want to help bring the film festival to Southlake? Justin Muller is putting together a committee of film enthusiasts and ‘doers’ that want to see this idea become a reality. Specifically we are looking for volunteers to help with: Film Submission Reviews We will receive hundreds of films and we’ll need to filter them and select the best ones. Thanks to technology, a lot of this can be done from your home computer. We need people to take the time to watch these films and pick out the best ones. Sponsorships - Corporate and Local If you are interested in participating in this experience, email Justin at: Justin@mullerentertainment.com
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JOSEPH R AFFAEL On a quiet Sunday afternoon in April, my family ventured out of the bubble to visit the Metroplex’s world class art district. After visiting David Bates and Bettina Pousttchii’s transformation of the Nasher, we decided to revisit the fair to see some of the remaining galleries that we had missed from the Gala on Thursday night. And I’m glad we did. Art Fair’s can be hard to process. Unlike our own Art in The Square, where the Artists set up shop and sell their work, these galleries handpick the Artists they deem worthy of seeing - a filter of sorts. Yet, even with the filters, you start to see repetitive ideas, it all starts to look the same and you zone it out. So when you have an experience like we did, it’s meaningful. As we turned the corner on the first floor in the FIG (Fashion Institute Gallery), we entered the Nancy Hoffman gallery from New York city and encountered Joseph Raffael’s ‘Spirit of Nature’ which stopped us in our tracks. This 55’ x 58’ piece seemed to tell a story with its color that had our complete attention. To simplify it, this is just a painting of a few flowers and water, but the reality of it is that it is a masterpiece by an 82-year old Brooklyn native who has spent his lifetime experiencing nature in Southern France and the past 42+ years perfecting his expression
of it. It speaks a story to our subconscious with its array of colors that is truly breathtaking. More than 25 years ago, Joseph Raffael and his wife, Lannis, moved to the South of France, wanting to simplify life and to be able to paint without distraction. There, Joseph has created a garden, with flowers of every color of the rainbow, that he draws from for his paintings. These paintings aren’t to be glanced at briefly. They are made to be patiently experienced, every inch and detail is filled with rich color, shape and shadow. There were no prices in this particular gallery. Like Bruce Rosenstiel, I am a color junkie and I desperately wanted to own this painting so that I could experience it daily and have my life enriched by it. I asked them to send me a few press kits (which to my delight, are SQUARE). This particular living modern artist has watercolors in over 30 museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Reviewing the prices (if you email me, I’ll tell you), I say for the affluent collector, Raffael’s pieces are must haves. For the rest of us on a budget, there are prints, lithographs and posters available. Sotheby’s does auction watercolors every month, some for as much as six million dollars. At the very least, the collector would have a mesmerizing painting by a modern master. For more information contact nancyhoffmangallery.com email@example.com 212 966 6676
Center: The Dance, 2011, watercolor on paper, 54 1/4 x 68 1/2 inches Joseph Raffael (1933- )
The Nature of Spirit, The Spirit of Nature, 2013, watercolor on paper, 55 x 58 inches Joseph Raffael (1933- )
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FINE & DECORATIVE ARTS INCLUDING ESTATES JUNE 21-22 | DALLAS | LIVE & ONLINE
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VICTOR GABRIEL GILBERT Paris, Place de la République (detail) Oil on canvas 25-3/4 x 21-1/4 inches Estimate: $40,000-$60,000
Willie Nelson is an American icon. Back in 1973, the hippie movement was well under way when a 40-year-old Willie Nelson decided to hold a music festival in a field in Dripping Springs. Headliners included Kris Kristofferson, Waylon Jennings & Tom T. Hall that brought over 40,000 music fans. The picnic continued and grew. So much so that July 4th, 1975 the State Senate declared it “Willie Nelson Day in Texas”. In 1976, the picnic attracted 70,000 attendees. In 2004, Nelson announced that he was bringing his picnic to Fort Worth. The mayor gave Nelson the key to the city.
Most of you have attended the picnic, some of you haven’t. This year, the picnic is being held at Billy Bob’s, the “World’s Largest HonkyTonk”, with other headliners such as Josh Abbott Band, Dierks Bentley, Billy Joe Shaver & David Allan Coe. You can expect some last minute surprises when it comes to the lineup. Willie has a habit of calling the performers on the phone and bringing them over to his picnic. Willie’s Picnic July 4th Billy Bob’s Texas 11am-Midnight southlake ARTS
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On June 20, 2014, the Dallas Arts District is celebrating summer by closing down Flora and Harwood streets and throwing a block party! Starting at 6:00 pm, join us as we celebrate with the Dallas Museum or Art, Crow Collection of Asian Art, and Nasher Sculpture Center to host this free family event. Grab dinner or dessert from gourmet food trucks lining the streets as you enjoy all three museums and participate in special activities, live concerts, guided tours, films, and more! The block party will touch all three museums, each of which have special programming that night: â€˜Til Midnight at the Nasher, Crow Collection After Dark, and Late Nights at the DMA.
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DESTINATION: Santa Fe Santa Fe is an outstanding place for a visit to New Mexico. The historic downtown offers interesting architecture and beautiful galleries - an endless array of photographic subjects: adobe buildings with rounded corners and colorful doors adorned with chili ristras (hanging bunches of dried chilis), stunning displays of pottery, textiles, and art glass, dramatic sculptures, and soothing patios. There are restaurants for every taste and budget to fortify visitors as they savor the movable feast of art. Several other destinations are within easy driving distance from Santa Fe, including Chimayo, Trampas, Ranchos de Taos, Plaza Blanca, Bandelier National Monument, and Taos. - Bruce Rosenstiel
Weihenstephaner Kristall Weissbier Crystal Wheat Beer
Brewed on the Weihenstephan hill in Freising just outside of Munich, where the brewers there have passed down their knowledge of the art of brewing since 1040. That’s almost 1000 years! This golden-yellow Kristall Weissbier has a fresh citrus flavor ‘harmonised’ with spicy banana notes. The fine sparkling gives it a tangy and animated appearance. Goes well with fish, seafood, white meat or enjoyed as an aperitif!
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