Thursday, May 1, 2014


Jefferson Blvd. is hosting their annual Cinco De Mayo Parade and Festival this Saturday, and we are looking to bring life to the side of the street owned by Jim Lake Companies, the 300 block between Madison and Bishop Ave. 

Spaces are free to vendors, but we do ask that you fill out the Application so that we know how many vendors to expect.
Set up will be at 10am on Saturday, as the parade begins at 11am on the 200 block of Jefferson. 

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Best of the Biennial

Reception: Friday, April 4, 2014; 6 - 9pm  
The Exhibition Advisory Panel, comprised of area arts professionals, selected 43 artworks from the 2014 Biennial as examples of the best that were in the exhibit.  Ballots were distributed during Spring Gallery Night, and by popular vote, two other artworks were selected as People's Choice.  And new this year, by tweet or Facebook, viewers chose one more piece of art as the Social Media Choice.  Selected artists are: Vickie Austin, Elizabeth Bowie, Carol Benson, Jim Brightwell, Susan Brown, Phyllis S. Bullon, Suzan Cook, Karen Ferrer, Teresa Foster, Larry Gentry, Michelle C. Gonzales, Cindi Holt, Raymond Knight, Sarah Lassen, Riley Lohmer, Robert Oliver Lukach, James Malone, Mandylopandy, Frank Mayes, Frank McCulley, Mary McMahon, Ashley Milow, Bryan Moss, George Even Olsen, Adam Palmer, Martha Peters, Robin Ragin, Jason Reynaga, Raul Rodriguez, Natalie Sales, Rick Sales, Kelly Sansom, Tita Schmid, Sharon O. Callaghan Shero, Elaine Taylor, Robertus J. van der Wege, Ronald Watson, Sands S. Weems, Mary Ann White, Cindi Wills, Deran Wright, Kimberly Yant, Shahla Yma.  People's Choice winners are Sunnie LeBlanc with Trawlers and James Haddock with Obama.  Social Media Choice is Olga Wharton with Follow the Moon.   

All the other galleries in the FWCAC will also be having openings this Friday from 6-9pm. 

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Fort Worth Spring Gallery Night
The Fort Worth Art Dealer’s Association (FWADA) invites you to take-in the visual arts and our community’s unique cultural richness during Spring Gallery Night, March 29, 2014. Most participants are open from noon to nine. Come take a stroll through participating galleries, museums, retail businesses, and area restaurants, and enjoy the many artists featured during this community event. Gallery Night is free and open to the public.

Art-Hunger will also be hosting a pop up show this night with over 2 dozen local artists showing and selling their work at 3009 Race Street in Fort Worth. Click for the Facebook event page.

Monday, December 2, 2013


Gift Show in conjunction with the opening of Nick C. Kirk's new works at The Usual.
Thursday December 12th.
Art-Hunger hosts: GIFT SHOW at The Usual in Fort Worth off Magnolia December 12th. 7pm-1am.  Art under $50.00!

Nick C. Kirk will have new work on exhibit, displaying pieces from a new sub series "Western Super Soaker." Art-Hunger will also be hosting a Gift Show selling work from fifteen local artists, all with price tags at a mere fifty dollars or less! There will be great holiday drinks at the full bar, live DJ's and a food truck will be in the back. This show is a must stop for any art collector or picking up some last minute one of a kind holiday gifts! There will be raffles, grab bags and other prizes at the event!
More info will be added as it's available.

Universol DjHappy
DJ Train

Gift Show Artists:

John Worley
Mike Moffatt
Tom Carlton
Devin Wright
Natalia Dominguez
Shahla Yma
Alex Stock
Monica Wright

(artist spaces still available- click on the registration page for info)

Event Page

Group Show in Fort Worth at the FWCAC Friday December 6th 
has been changed to Friday December 13th!

Art-Hunger hosts: GROUP SHOW at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, December 13 2013 6pm-10pm (FREE ENTRANCE)

Swing by the Community Arts Center this Friday for the opening of Group Show, exhibiting works from Fort Worth and San Antonio artists: Nick C. Kirk, John Worley, Mike Moffatt, Mandy Hallman, Hannah Taylor, Rick McCoy, Mark Crutsinger, Sarah Roberts, Wesley Harvey, Tom Turner. The show will be up all month, but please come and meet the artists and enjoy the opening December 13th from 6-10pm.
(If you're in Dallas on the same night, check out another group show at 
The White Space Gallery at 2001 N. Lamar st suite 500Dallas, Texas)

2nd North Texas Food Bank Benefit Art Show at Bizheard in Deep Ellum Dallas
Saturday December 14th. 

Art-Hunger hosts 2nd Annual North Texas Food Bank Benefit Art Show in Deep Ellum Dallas at Bizheard.
December 14th 2013

Art-Hunger will be hosting it's 2nd Canned Food Drive Benefit Show benefiting the North Texas Food Bank. This year the event will be held at Bizheard in Deep Ellum, Dallas, Texas On December 14th from 6pm-10pm. There will be local artists selling their goods, food and drinks, live music and more! Entry to the event will be 10.00 or 5.00 plus 4 canned goods. Entry will allow each patron an entrance wristband plus 1 raffle ticket. Extra raffle tickets may be bought for 5.00 each or for 5 extra canned goods. Raffles will include artwork by present exhibiting artists as well as gift cards and more! Each artist will have 4 feet of wall space(floor to ceiling) to display their work. All sales go through the artists. Limited space available. Check back here to find the signup registration link starting on Sunday the 24th at 11am. This is a first come first serve sign up. Last year was a huuuge success with over 400 pounds of canned food donated. We hope to have an equally successful event this year!
(This is an official North Texas Food Bank Fundraiser)
We will also have boxes around town the week before taking can donations that we will carry over to the event. If you would like to donate cans from your business or school, let us know in advance and we will come pick them up. Help us feed the hungry this December!

KutThroat DJ's will be spinning music.

Artist Lineup:

Devin Wright
Natalia Margarita
Tom C Carlton
EPG Photography
Nick C. Kirk
John Worley
Mike Moffatt
(artist spaces are still available-see registration page for sign up information)

Event Page

Monday, November 11, 2013

Art-Hunger will be hosting two smaller shows coming up mid December.  One will be a can food drive benefit show raising canned goods for the North Texas Food Bank and the other is a gift show where everything for sale is $50.00 of less!  One in Dallas, one in Fort Worth.  Limited space will be available.  Registration will be first come first serve!  See the registration link at the top of the site for sig up!

Monday, October 14, 2013

Please come to this free event at the Kimbell Art Museum!

The Artist's Eye Gallery Talk:
Georganne Deen
Saturday, September 21, 2013 
Presented by Kimbell Art Museum 
11:00 am

"The Artist's Eye" is an ongoing program moderated by Kimbell staff. It brings artists to the Museum to discuss works in the permanent collection, share the special insights of the practicing professional, and relate older art to contemporary artistic concerns, including their own.
She will discuss her own artwork in relation to Michelangelo's Torment of Saint Anthony.

This Friday in Fort Worth!  A must see!

Artspace111 announces Now and Them, a solo show featuring the paintings of John Hartley. The exhibition will open Friday, October 18, 2013 from 5:00-8:30 p.m. and will run through November 30, 2013. Enjoy beer and wine by Ben E Keith. Artspace111 is free and open to the public.

image: John Hartley, Game Changer, oil on canvas, 30 x 40"

John Hartley's oil paintings honor some of the most tattered and mangled objects from our past: children's toys. Drawing from his own childhood, Hartley collects once-treasured toys that have seen better days. He then paints these childhood relics on a grand scale full of action, color and emotional weight. Racecars are prepared to zip off the surface at any moment. Toy soldiers are scattered across canvases, referencing the tense battle scenes of modern warfare. A singular light source and blurred figures and shapes create a photographic realism in Hartley's paintings. His recent paintings demonstrate a deeper exploration into composition and into the interaction between his subject matter.

null  "Toy soldiers - whether plastic or lead - symbolize to me a popular fascination with the hero and violence. Well-worn lead soldiers and mutilated plastic army men provide layers of meaning. The chips and dings are proof of some child's vigorous play, but they also symbolize the very real battle scars brought home by war veterans."
-John Hartley

image: John Hartley, Battlefield Scrimmage, 2013, oil on canvas,  
30 x 40" 

The Ohio native received a BFA in 1986 and a MFA in 2004, both from Texas Christian University. He is currently the director of Gallery 414 in Fort Worth and an associate professor of painting at Tarrant County College Northwest Campus. He has been featured in exhibitions  across the state and is in the collections of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and the Edison State College in Piqua, Ohio.   

Currently on display at Artspace111:
Ann Ekstrom: Plastic Nature 
Exhibition will be on display through October 12, 2013  
Upcoming Exhibitions:

John Hartley
Opening: October 18, 2013, 5-8:30 pm  
Carol Ivey 
Opening: December 6, 2013, 5-8:30 pm    
Works on Paper
Opening: February 7, 2014, 5-8:30
Daniel Blagg, Dennis Blagg, Doug Blagg, Woodrow Blagg

Opening: FWADA Spring Gallery Night March 29, 2014, 12-9 pm

111 Hampton Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
art@artspace111. com
DETOUR DIRECTIONS: From Fort Worth - I-30 East, Exit Forest Park, Continue North towards Downtown, Forest Park becomes Weatherford Street, Continue on Weatherford Street, Past the Historic Court House, Past the first overpass, Right on Nichols Street, Left on 1st Street, Left on Hampton Street.