Gallery Art Exhibit Review: Fort Worth Community Art Center’s “Along the Rio Grande’s Big Bend”

In the Fort Worth Community Art Center’s gallery, titled “Along the Rio Grande’s Big Bend”, the photography displayed is black and white photographs done as pigment inkjet prints. The photographs portray the landscape around the Rio Grande with contrasting viewpoints. Ken Spencer the photographer titled the gallery “Along the Rio Grande’s Big Bend” because his … More Gallery Art Exhibit Review: Fort Worth Community Art Center’s “Along the Rio Grande’s Big Bend”

Museum Art Exhibit Review: Amon Carter’s “American Photography 1845 to Now”

The Fort Worth Amon Carter Museum’s “American Photography 1845 to Now” displays a wide array of historic photos in both black and white and color. The exhibit has everything from 1940 Daguerreotype photography to the present inkjet print photography, which helps people learn the history of photography as well as how it’s evolved through capturing … More Museum Art Exhibit Review: Amon Carter’s “American Photography 1845 to Now”