Print Project

Art Tooth, in partnership with Artspace 111 and Ro2 Art, is excited to present The Pop Up Print Project. As part of a special exhibition in a temporary gallery space constructed on the streets of Magnolia Ave especially for Arts Goggle, this event features the works of Daniel Blagg, Dennis Blagg, Hillary Dohoney, Carol Ivey, Jeremy Joel, Brian Jones, Melissa Mohammadi, Devon Nowlin, Brian Scott, Chip Tompkins and Jay Wilkinson. The Pop Up Print Project presents a unique opportunity to take home works by some of Dallas-Fort Worth’s most esteemed established, mid-career and emerging artists. 

Dennis Blagg: Lost Paradise

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Dennis Blagg: Lost Paradise

100.00

Giclee Print on Archival Cotton Rag
2015
11" x 14"
Edition of 50
 

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Pop Up Print Project Series

Art Tooth, in partnership with Artspace 111 and Ro2 Art, is excited to present The Pop Up Print Project. As part of a special exhibition at at 1455 W. Magnolia in a temporary exhibition space constructed on the streets of Magnolia Ave especially for Arts Goggle, this event features the works of Daniel Blagg, Dennis Blagg, Hillary Dohoney, Carol Ivey, Jeremy Joel, Brian Jones, Melissa Mohammadi, Devon Nowlin, Brian Scott, Chip Tompkins and Jay Wilkinson. The Pop Up Print Project presents a unique opportunity to take home works by some of Dallas-Fort Worth’s most esteemed established, mid-career and emerging artists.

Each participating artist will have one work on view with fifty corresponding limited edition prints. If all fifty editions are sold, the collectors of the prints will be given an opportunity to win the original work via special instructions provided by the artist. Print purchasers will be contacted via text messages if all print editions sell by the close of Arts Goggle at 10:00 PM CST on October 8, 2016. Contest instructions will be provided via email beginning at 10:00 AM CST on Saturday, October 8th, 2016 for private presale purchases. 

About the Original Work

Lost Paradise, 2015
Oil on Canvas
19" x 25"
$5,000
Courtesy of Artspace 111

About the Artist

Dennis Blagg’s vivid Big Bend National Park paintings capture the essence of nature in a duality of the literal and mythical – an exploration that goes beyond reality.  Blagg has had great success with his paintings of these grand monolith landscapes. His resume is filled with over thirty public and private collections including: Museum of South Texas in Corpus Christi, Houston Museum of Fine Arts, and Fort Worth Modern Art Museum. After completing a massive 42-foot painting for the Dallas/Fort Worth International Terminal D in 2005, Blagg had taken a more intimate approach to his breathtaking, near-photographic portraits of the remote mountain desert of Big Bend.

Additional  Details

Signed and numbered
Unframed
Shipped in plastic sleeve and rigid mailer
Also available for pick up
Work not available for pick up or delivery until October 8th, 2016.