Friday, February 11, 2011

From Arts + Culture Magazine...

Things are looking up...the snow has melted (again), kiddos are playing happily at Mother's Day Out until 2, I have the day ahead of me to paint and I just noticed my painting, "Living with Ease" (below) is featured in A+C Magazine.  I hope all my Dallas peeps can make it out to the Cameron Gallery this Saturday from 3-6 or next Saturday from 7-9 to check out the opening receptions for my new show, "Made for Love", just in time for V-Day.

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  Works by Gina Dunn will be on show this weekend at Cameron Gallery.

Friday, February 11-March 13
STAGE: Award-winning Broadway legends Betty Buckley and Tovah Feldshuh join forcesin a fresh, new take of the black comic farce, "Arsenic and Old Lace." Dallas Theater Center

Friday, February 11-20
STAGE: Shakespeare's classic love story, "Love's Labour's Lost." A king and his lords swear to avoid women but can't keep their oaths. A play full of disguises, poetry, hilarity, and romance.  Stolen Shakespeare

Friday, February 11-13 

PERFORMANCE: Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra presents Mozart & Brahms. The program includes: Mozart Violin Concerto No. 5 in A Major, and Brahms Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 73. Featuring Chee-Yun, Violin. Fort Worth Symphony

Friday, February 11-27 

PERFORMANCE: Gounod's timeless tale of love, loyalty, romance and revenge brings "Romeo and Juliet" to life on the stage of theWinspear Opera House.  American tenor Charles Castronovo leads an international cast. Dallas Opera

Friday, February 11-13 

PERFORMANCE: Dallas Symphony performs  Prelude and Liebestod from Wagner's Tristan und IsoldeRichard StraussDer Rosenkavalier Suite; the Shostakovich romance "The Gadfly"; and Liszt's Piano Concerto No. 1, performed by pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet. Dallas Symphony Orchestra

Saturday, February 12-March 12  

GALLERY ARTS: Daniel Dreyer's expression of the essence of line, gesture and geometry as observed in nature and his articulation of the transitions and dynamics of these elements shape this exhibition of abstract paintings and sculpture. Valley House Gallery

Saturday, February 12-March 19 
GALLERY ARTS:An exhibition of new works by Jeff Kellar, James Marshall, and Brian Moore. Kellar's works combining resin, clay and pigment, Marshall's bold ceramics, and Moore's photography, are compelling minimalist works that belie their complexity while exploring interactions of space, color, and light. William Campbell Contemporary 

Saturday, February 12

GALLERY ARTS: A collective art sale with all the works inspired by "love." Highlights include Pop Art from local artist Jonathon Kimbrell, handcrafted jewelry from Sheela Birnbaum, Pat Martin Sara McCabe, and collectible music boxes from Tanner Lawley.
The Cameron Gallery

Sunday, February 13
FILM: Harlan Jacobson's Talk Cinema is an exciting new film series at the Modern featuring sneak previews of highly acclaimed foreign and independent films. Includes coffee and discussion of each film (only announced at screening.) Modern Museum of Fort Worth

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