Galleries in Richardson


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  • Quiggly's Clayhouse
    While attending Austin College, two important things happened to Kirby and Kristi Carmichael: they fell in love with art, and with each other. When Kirby moved to Italy after graduation to expand his pottery education, Kristi followed. During that time, she discovered she had a knack for majolica painting––a craft that Renaissance-era artists used to decorate vases, jars, and plates, all of which Leonardo da Vinci invented. The couple realized they had a sturdy link between their talents, and eventually returned to the United States jobless, engaged, and ready to share what they'd learned. In October 2005, the Carmichaels opened Quiggly's Clayhouse, where potters and painters alike have since been crafting masterpieces and sharpening their skills with lessons. The studio's flexible walk-in availability encourages artists to visit whenever inspiration strikes—be it for painting pottery, sculpting clay, fusing glass, or forging mosaics. Frequent themed events also bring groups together in the name of casual creativity, including adult wheel nights, ladies’ nights, and kids’ nights.
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    1344 E Belt Line Rd.
    Richardson, TX US
  • Clique Custom Jewelry and Fine Art
    Clique Custom Jewelry and Fine Art's selection includes traditional paintings and sculptures along with challenging contemporary pieces. The considerable taste of artist and jewelry designer Yael VanGruber fuels the studio, where she curates accessories and artwork that complement one another. Guests can peruse the collection, which includes Italian glass jewelry, pearls, scarves, men's suits, silk cashmere, designer bags, clothing, boots, and shoes. She also collects healing stones, which she incorporates into her own pieces. She believes that the feel-good energies that radiate from these rocks can help their wearers feel more balanced and happy. Among the trinkets available at her store, Yael also offers yoga classes, does jewelry repair and has a collection of bridal gowns.
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    3513 Oak Lawn Ave.
    Dallas, TX US
  • E Gallery Studios
    Situated in the heart of Dallas’ Design District, E Gallery Studios is a workspace for local artists as well as a creative facility where aspiring painters can attend workshops. E Gallery looks every inch the modern art studio, with large works of local art adorning the chocolate-hued walls. In addition to BYOB painting classes, the studio also hosts private painting parties for up to 45 participants. Visit the onsite frame shop for a custom frame for your masterpiece.
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    1330 Motor Cir.
    Dallas, TX US
  • Dallas Contemporary
    Established: The museum has been free since [it was established in] 1978 Staff Size: 2?10 people Parking: Parking lot Handicap Accessible: Yes Recommended Age Group: All Ages Pro Tip: Check out our murals on the side of the building and out around Dallas. Q&A with the Development Assistant What is one fun, unusual fact about your business? Dallas Contemporary is the only museum in Dallas with a street-art focus, commissioning over 10 murals throughout the Dallas area. What is the one feature of your business that you're most proud of? Dallas Contemporary exhibits international, national, and regional artists in one space. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? Our memberships give Dallas Contemporary supporters priority seating at all Dallas Contemporary programs, discounted tickets for special events, discounts at local businesses, a subscription to the "dc dish"?the museum's monthly newsletter?and entry into our new member-only opening exhibition celebrations, and more.
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    161 Glass St
    Dallas, TX US
  • The Mac
    The McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC to its friends) opened its vibrant purple doors in 1994 to fill a local void in venues for new and emerging visual artists. Committed to facilitating arts in the community since its inception, the nonprofit welcomes one and all to view the exhibits, lectures, and readings with only a small suggested donation. The gallery space also encourages homegrown talent in the annual Membership Exhibition, which invites patrons to tap their inner artist or simply take the oven mitt off their Van Gogh–possessed hand. Exhibits from professional artists rotate on a monthly basis and, not including member exhibitions, the gallery has displayed more than 275 individuals in its 18-year history. For evenings lit by the spotlight, the organization's resident troupe of players, Kitchen Dog Theater, puts on roughly five shows per season, touching on classic plays and new, contest-winning scripts.
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    3120 McKinney Avenue
    Dallas, TX US
  • Marrs Art Studio
    For 13 years, Aaron Tate was a guest artist at the Tacoma Museum of Glass, where he built his reputation as an expert glass blower and artist. Manipulating his medium through blowing, casting, and sculpting, Aaron has created a treasure trove of delicate glass vases and birds, which he displays in galleries throughout Seattle and Dallas and presses his face against when the air conditioning isn’t working. Also a former head instructor at Seattle Glassblowing Studio, Aaron imparts others with his artistic talents through regular classes, which demonstrate the techniques for molding amorphous globs of glass into crystalline bowls that hold amorphous blobs of mashed potatoes.
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    11126 Shady Trl., Ste. 103
    Dallas, TX US
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