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Dallas Opens Second Round of Artist Microresidencies

By Candy's Dirt / February 9, 2019 / 0 Comments

Are you creative? If so, the city of Dallas might just have a spot for you in a unique program that provides microresidencies within city departments to foster creative solutions. The City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs announced this week that it was opening up the second round of microresidencies, which are aimed at […]

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Fossil’s Works of HeART Auction To Benefit Big Thought

By Bethany Erickson / January 23, 2019 / 0 Comments

Have some empty walls and empty shelves you need to fill? Fossil Group will host its seventh annual Works of HeART auction and fundraiser next week, and the money from that piece of art you could pick up there will go to benefit Big Thought, a nonprofit organization working to close the opportunity gap. The […]

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Maestri Gallery Offers Unique Art, Accessories, and Martin the Flamingo

By Karen Eubank / November 15, 2018 / 0 Comments

Eddie Maestri is one of those guys that innately knows what’s cool. I met Eddie years ago, in my former life as a photography stylist and producer. I was scouting cool houses, and of course, he lived in one. Eddie has become one of the finest architects in Dallas. He has developed Maestri Studio, a […]

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Art and Real Estate Collide with Beautiful Results

By Leah Shafer / September 25, 2016 / 0 Comments

Art and real estate are colliding with beautiful results in the worlds of two promising Dallasites. Jennifer Ayyad and Ricardo Salas, Jr. just wrapped up a successful art show at Coeval Studios in the Dallas Design District. In attendance on Sept. 15 were about 100 designers, builders, architects, Realtors, friends, family, collectors, and clients. By day, Ayyad is a […]

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Museum Tower Model Homes: Emily Summers Neutral Palette for a Building, a Work of Art Itself

By Candy Evans / April 13, 2012 / 4 Comments

Emily Summers used pieces from her own furniture collection, as well as from the delectable SMINK here in the Dallas Design District to keep it soft and subtle and let the art sing. Her giant 4096 square foot model home seemed to take up an entire floor, and really, walking in there was almost like being […]

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