By Nicholas Bostick

Photos by Nicholas Bostick

500X has been fixture of the Dallas art scene since 1978, and Saturday’s opening offered two different showcases. The downstairs area featured the work of Thomas Feulmer and UT Dallas alum Shelby Cunningham. Feulmer’s work ranged from simplistic sculptures such as “Asparagus” to framed plastic covers of magazines, Cunnuingham comes in on the opposite end of the spectrum with an array of watercolor paintings representing the bedrooms she’s stayed in over the years.

The second level of 500X showed much more variety with a collection titled “The Hand That Feeds Me” featuring MFA students from TCU. The collection featured many interesting pieces, including Michelle Brandley’s “Let them eat meat!” and Zoetina Veal’s “Brown Bag Test” Overall 500X did not disappoint in showcasing some of the finest local art around, and even brought out a number of art collectors and even drew the eyes of a few Irishmen leaving fair park. The show will go on until March 27th if you’re interested in checking out what local art is all about.

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  1. Thank you for covering this! I like to be informed about the artistic culture in the DFW area.

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