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Fred Turner’s perceptive review of the show for Glass Tire came out on September 10, 2019, and can be seen by googling “Medlin” and “Glass Tire.” Since 2012 I have had the honor of being on the Board of Undermain Theater. Yesterday the Board for the first time had its meeting in the Bath House Cultural Center, so that the Board members could see the art show, and it was a great pleasure to show them my...

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The Bath House Show is Open.


Posted By on Sep 8, 2019

The Reception on August 31, 2019 for the show Conversation: Landscape Painting as Movement at Rest was packed, and thanks to all who came. And thanks to Enrique Fernandez Cervantes, Visual Arts Coordinator and Curator at the Bath House, who did a spectacular job of hanging the show. Before the show opened, an article on it was written by the internationally known poet, lecturer and scholar Frederick Turner, Founders Professor of Arts and Humanities at the University of Texas at Dallas. We believe that the article will run on September 17, 2019, in Glass Tire, which covers Texas visual arts. The Dallas Morning News ran a large color photo of my painting, September Aspens Near Westcliffe, in its Friday Guide Section on September 6, 2019, in connection with the exhibit. A beautiful catalogue for the show has been produced, which contains prints of paintings by all three of the artists. These catalogues are available for free at the...

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The date of the reception for my upcoming show with Mary Vernon and Barnaby Fitzgerald has been changed from September 7 to August 31. As before, the show will run until September 31. My recently completed painting, September Aspens Near Westcliffe, 24×36, will be among the works in the show. Please click on the image to enlarge it.

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Both my entries have been selected for inclusion in the 2019 Dallas124 Juried Exhibition, to which over 700 North Texas artists applied. The Road to the Sacred Mountain will be on view at the South Dallas Cultural Center from April 6 to May 25, 2019, and there will be a reception on April 13 at 6-8 p.m. Citadel at Omala will be shown  at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center from April 27 to May 31, with the Reception on April 27 at 5:30-8:00...

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