Art on the Boulevard is an artists’ co-operative located in west Fort Worth at 4919 Camp Bowie Boulevard, Suite B. We are 2 blocks east of the Merrick Street and Camp Bowie Boulevard intersection. Our goal is to furnish a place where the artist can be free to express themselves with few boundaries, and maximum support. Most of our artists work in 2- dimensional media. Our hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday 12-5:30 PM and Friday 12-4PM, or by private appointment if requested.
We opened in 2002 and now house 10 artists. We are open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday, 12-5:30 PM, and Fridays 12-4:00 PM or by special private appointments upon request. We usually host seven receptions per year starting with the annual “Valentines Reception in early February, and FWADA Spring Gallery Night in late March. We host a summer show usually in late June or early July, our FWADA Fall Gallery Night Show in early September Art and Words in late September, an Artists Night in November,and finally a Holiday Reception in early December.
Our styles represented are abstract expressionism, impressionism, photo realism, and pop art. The media of the art is oil, acrylic, pastels, pencil work, watercolor and some sculpture. We can be reached at during gallery hours at 817.737.6368.
IN THE GALLERY NOW
Greg Brown: The Versace Tie Series Original Versace ties incorporated into original Greg Brown painted stretched and framed canvases! Tuesday through Saturdays 12-5:30 PM
“Work of Greg Brown”
Greg Brown is a Dallas-base artist whose mission it is to bring the designs of Gianni Versace back to life through his own painted canvases. Greg was the Versace menswear specialist at Neiman Marcus in the 1990’s. After Gianni died in 1997, Greg started collecting the ties, which Gianni himself designed, which are now referred to a pre-death ties. Each painting has a Versace tie wrapped around and attached to the canvas to become one with the art.
Over the past decade, Greg’s painting have been shown in various galleries in the United States, as well as the American Airlines’ Admirals Clubs in Miami and Chicago. Collectors continue to enjoy his designs and look forward to new ones. They are limited depending on the availability of the pre-death ties.
Greg wants people to smile when looking at his works and remember the contribution Gianni Versace made to fashion and the art world!
For your safety we are suggesting masks be worn. We will offer masks for anyone who needs one. Other artists on view will be Gloria Sepp, Phillip Ecton, Kay Wirz, Gale Johnston, Jennifer Stufflebeam, Camille Kerr, Todd Ford, and small monotypes by Bob Fox, watercolors by John Williams.
Save The Date: Art and Margaritas Saturday July 17, 2021 3-8PM
Sip a cool beverage and enjoy the newest works by the gallery artists. See Kay Wirz’s new collection of woven watercolor paper on the surface of stretched canvas. Gloria Sepp will be displaying her collection of mixed media poured on small wood panels, along with her bright cheery abstracts. Phillip Ecton’s work is displayed on canvas and paper, using his non-linear algorithms to produce random outcomes of images to be privately interpreted by the viewer.
Camille Kerr is a native Texan using natural forms and lines to reveal to the viewer the power and beauty of our surroundings in each painting. She works in mixed media and always incorporates rich and warm colors, juxtaposed against intense greens and blues. She spent years focusing on the brown pelicans on Galveston Island and expressed their beauty on canvas as can be seen in this exhibit. Gale Johnston is an award winning artist and a signature member of Southwestern Watercolor Society, along with Society of Watercolor Artists. Her works are in many private and corporate collections across the nation. She will be displaying many oversize watercolors on paper with her subjects being people, common household items such as tools, clocks, bottles, and the occasional abstraction of lines.
Others works on exhibit will be the monotypes of Bob Fox, watercolor and inks of John Williams, and the “every shade of blue quarantine paintings” by Jennifer Stufflebeam.
Exhibit will continue through Sept 1, 2021
Glora Sepp “Hot Salsa” Acrylic on paper 28 x 36″ on exhibit “Art and Margaritas” through Sept.1st
SAVE THE DATE: FWADA Fall Gallery Night will be held September 11, 2021, 12:00 – 9:00 PM, Tuesday-Saturday 12-6PM
Camille Kerr “Three of A Kind”
Acrylic on canvas 24X18″ With Frame
Camille Gibbons Kerr is a native Texas living and working in Fort Worth with her family. She is a graduate of the University of North Texas with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and is currently teaching art in public school. She enjoys teaching young artists and instilling confidence in them, and introducing new and different art mediums and artists.
When creating her art, nature and its many forms are Camille’s subjects. It is not her intent to imitate nature but rather try to reveal to the viewer the power of nature. The organic lines and forms evoke power as well as beauty-even in nature’s simplest expressions. She remains truthful to form but her colors and lines come from her own personal expression!
Camille Kerr Blue Woods
Alex Sharp Mixed Media on Canvas
New Work by Kay Wirz of Granbury!
Works by Kay Wirz
New Works By Camille Kerr
Blue Woods Oil on Brass platter Camille Kerr