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Gallerie Noir Presents Stevie Tate’s Romance Of Art & Words

398039_10151255729439930_1237590630_nby Erica Guajardo

When a person thinks of an artist, they usually think of a struggling, starving artist.  This is not the case for all.  This week I had the pleasure of getting a sneak peek inside the upcoming exhibition for Gallerie Noir.  This particular show will feature the artistic explorations of Stevie Tate’s abstract paintings. 

While in his studio, Tate gave me a preview of his exhibition “The Romance of Art and Words”.  He explained that we all have a story to tell regardless whether it’s told through words or movement and colors.  Tate is someone who spent seventeen years in a corporate setting, and found he no longer enjoyed his lifestyle.  With much contemplation he chose to leave that lifestyle behind.  Pursuing other opportunities which made him happier, he became an artist!   Continue reading

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everyday: The Photography Of Leonard Volk

by Nicholas Bostick

Leonard Volk was born in 1928 and over the next 84 years he  amassed numerous awards in the fields of architecture and photography. This multi-talented Dallasite is now making the rounds with his book everyday, a collection of photographs and essays compiled by Volk. The sentimentally casual nature of the photographs brings the emotion of the individual experience to the forefront, but capturing the majesty of the mundane.   Continue reading

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