Anytime a bond package has been passed to help fix Fort Worth’s roads two percent of the money has been set aside for art projects. But in its next bond package the city says it needs more of that money for roads.
Enjoy Late Nights at The Dallas Museum of Art, the Dallas Fort Worth Ultimate Women’s Expo or the Trinity River Wind Festival. The best part? It’s free!
Even before North Texan and Navy SEAL Chris Kyle was killed at a gun range while trying to help a fellow veteran, sculptor Gregory Marra was already working on a statue that would one day honor him.
Whether you’re a fan of paintings, sculpture, music, or any other form of art, the Metroplex will be filled with the finest works from the most creative minds across the country. DFW’s upcoming art festicals will be breathtaking, inspiring, and in some cases, free!
The DFW fine art scene is very much alive and thriving, with displays and exhibits all over the Metroplex that won’t break your budget.
I have always loved to watch artist as they create their artwork. So when I heard about Tim Hogan carving a 4000 pound buffalo named “Glory” out of an oak tree I knew I wanted to get a chance to watch him carve.
You may have seen the bronze equestrian sculpture of half-wild horses running through water. They’re known as “The Mustangs of Las Colinas” and CBS 11 News caught up with the artist for a rare conversation.