Valley House Gallery, with its 5-acre sculpture garden, is located in North Dallas far from the usual art district traffic. ... More
Valley House Gallery
Valley House Gallery, with its 5-acre sculpture garden, is located in North Dallas far from the usual art district traffic. Bought by artist Donald Vogel and wife Margaret in 1954, this beautiful area still evokes quaintness and solitude. Their son, Kevin, currently owns and operates the gallery. The exhibit hall is always full and often must enlist the aid of the Dallas police to coordinate parking for events and showings. Donald and Margaret Vogel also opened the Betty McLean Gallery in Dallas in 1951, which was the city's first private modern fine art gallery. Bringing in impressive regional and international artists, the emphasis is mainly on Texas Regionalist and conservative Texas figuratives. Valley House was the first gallery in the Southwest to be invited to join the Art Dealers Association of America. Admission is free.
Since this gallery opened in 1996, Christopher Martin had a hit. The road from selling tropical fish to painting may
be a long one, but it's the one Martin traveled. His work reflects the bold colors and shimmering light ...
Make it a point to visit the gallery if you are an art lover. You will find works of different
artists on display at this place. Mull over the strokes of Bill Reed, get a child's perspective from the ...
An amazing bronze sculpture of a lifelike cattle drive graces this 4.2 acre plaza in front of City Hall and
the Convention Center. It was originally the site of the Shawnee Cattle Trail, begun in 1854. The nationally acclaimed ...
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