March 13, 2023

The Space Between | Matt Clark & William Greiner

From 6:01AM to 8:00PM

     Artspace111 is honored to present The Space Between from January 19 through March 18, 2023. The Space Between project is a collaboration between Fort Worth native abstract painter Matt Clark and nationally collected photographer William Greiner. With work focused on the abstract and organic, Matt Clark brings thoughtful design to the expertly captured landscape photography of William Greiner.
     The series was theorized after a post-pandemic road trip, where the pair gained inspiration from the rugged elevations of New Mexico and the burnished highways of Texas. Clark and Greiner explore the space between abstract painting and representational photography through combining their respected mediums.

Location: ArtSpace 111 - 111 Hampton Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102


Dreamland at Sweet Tooth Hotel

From 11:00AM to 10:00AM

Visit Sweet Tooth Hotel's new flagship location, featuring their largest immersive art exhibit yet and the brand new Calirosa Cocktail Lounge. Visitors make their way through 6,000 square feet of adventures, including reboots of their cult favorite original art installations and brand new installations created by latch hook artist Bobcat & Birdie, visual artists Tramaine Townsend, multi-media artist Shamsy Roomiani, multi-media artist Molly Sydnor, and the creative partners at wvvy studio.

Location: Sweet Tooth Hotel - 1511 Elm Street #100 Dallas, TX 75201


Margarita Mile

The Margarita Mile is a self-guided tour of the best and brightest margaritas in Dallas. The frozen margarita machine was invented in Dallas more than 50 years ago by clever restaurateur, Mariano Martinez -– forever freezing in time the city's claim as the Official Home of the Frozen Margarita. With this free, mobile-exclusive digital pass, check in at participating restaurants, enjoy craft margaritas, and earn cool swag along the way.

Location: Dallas, TX 75201



The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth presents the landmark I’ll Be Your Mirror: Art and the Digital Screen, a thematic group exhibition that examines the screen’s vast impact on art from 1969 to the present. This exhibition surveys more than sixty works by fifty artists over the past five decades. The artists included examine screen culture through a broad range of media such as paintings, sculpture, video games, digital art, augmented reality, and video.

Location: Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth - 3200 Darnell Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107


Night & Day: Frederic Remington's Final Decade

This exhibition explores works made in the final decade of Frederic Remington’s life, when the artist alternated his canvases between the color dominant palettes of blue-green and yellow-orange. The works included range from 1900 to 1909, the year that Remington’s life was cut short by complications due to appendicitis at the young age of forty eight. In these final years Remington was working to distance himself from his long-established reputation as an illustrator, to become accepted by the New York art world as a fine artist, as he embraced the painting style of the American Impressionists. In these late works he strove to revise his color palette, compositional structure, and brushwork as he set his Western subjects under an interchanging backdrop of the shadows of night and the dazzling light of day.

Location: Sid Richardson Museum - 309 Main Street, Sundance Square, Fort Worth, TX 76102-4006


Dallas Blooms featuring the Great Contributors

Named by Southern Living as one of “The Best Places to See Stunning Spring Blooms Across the South,” Dallas Blooms is the largest annual floral festival in the Southwest. Presented by Veritex, the festival is filled with more than 500,000 spring blooming bulbs to create the largest and most colorful floral display in the Southwest. An explosion of spring flowers comes from 100 varieties of spring bulbs, thousands of azaleas and hundreds of Japanese cherry trees.

In addition, renowned sculptor Gary Lee Price returns with a NEW collection of Great Contributors bronze statues on display Joining the resident sculpture of William Shakespeare are a new sculpture collection featuring Amelia Earhart, Harriet Tubman, Joan of Arc, Mother Teresa, Ruby Bridges, Mark Twain and returning favorite Albert Einstein. The festival features Mommy and Me Mondays, Tiny Tot Tuesdays, cooking and floral demonstrations, daily tastings, live music on the weekends and many special events. Check the website and social media for the latest schedule.

Location: Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden - 8525 Garland Road Dallas, TX 75218