Arlington Museum of Art Presents Points of View

. September 4, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Arlington Museum of Art presents “Points of View”, an exhibition on view through SEPTEMBER 30, 2011, in which five artists interpret their world with distinctive points of view through Oils, Acrylics, Watercolor, Mixed Media and Digital Paintings.


Douglas Winters III, Big Rock Candy Mountain, Oil on canvas, Arlington Museum of Art

Douglas Winters III – Oils
Douglas Winters III paints from his home studio located in Dallas, Texas. The main inspiration for his work comes from his passionate connection with nature. Born in Austin, Texas, Douglas was introduced at an early age to his two great loves, art and nature, by supportive family members.


Douglas Winters III, Feeding Time – Koi, Oil on canvas, Arlington Museum of Art

Starr Perry – Experimental mixed media paintings
Starr Perry is a full time artist and owner of Abstract Zebra, a Fort Worth design studio that experiments with intriguing mixed media combinations of heavy body acrylics and cutting edge software techniques to produce art works with dazzling color, texture and drama.

David Maxwell – Watercolor
David Maxwell studied at TCU and at the University of North Texas where he received a degree in industrial arts and spent most of his working career in Texas and New Mexico. But it was not until his retirement that his life-long interest in art was directed to a serious focus on watercolor painting.

Sonali Khatti – Mixed Media
Sonali Khatti maintains a studio in Dallas, Texas and is an active painter and member of the Bonny Studio in Richardson, Texas. She is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and holds a post graduate diploma in Asian Art from the University of London where she focused on the arts of India, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

Dan Darr – Acrylic
Dan Darr is an artist from Arlington, Texas who works in a wide range of media, styles and techniques. His artwork has won major awards in juried shows, and his murals can be found in homes throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Dan was born in Dallas, TX but grew up in Fort Worth, TX.

The Arlington Museum of Art exists to champion creativity and provide access to art for the cultural enrichment and economic development of our community. The Arlington Museum of Art is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization administered by a board of directors and staffed by volunteers.

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Category: Fine Art

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