Sunday, July 18, 2021

Call for Art to be Hung in Downtown Arlington Gallery



The gallery at Create Arlington is accepting artist submissions for their next show, Color Abstractions. Their gallery caters to a diverse and engaged audience within the growing North Texas region. Create Arlington is an easy walk from the Arlington Museum of Art, Theatre Arlington, the Levitt Pavilion, the University of Arlington, and several popular restaurants and bars. The gallery is an active art space with frequent visitors throughout the week.

The Color Abstractions theme is a broad invitation to explore interesting or unexpected uses of color in your art, in whatever form that may take. It may be a particular color motif or a significant pop of color that appears in your work. Perhaps you want to go bold and present a prismatic explosion on your canvas. The theme is yours to interpret.

Saturday, June 19, 2021

London to Dublin! Music Concert from Timeless Concerts, Saturday July 17, 8 pm

July 17 will be Timeless Concerts' first performance at the Lake House by Lake Arlington. It's hot in the summer. Dress as casually as you wish...shorts, sundresses, athletic wear, be comfortable. The performers will not be in formal wear this time.

From the beautiful compositions of great composers of England and Ireland, to the jigs of the countryside, you will be entertained by the music presented. As always, Timeless Concerts will feature music by composers well-known from the countries highlighted (Holst, Vaughn-Williams and Andrew Lloyd Webber) but also a few new discoveries (Vincent Kennedy and Thomas Dunhill). One of our featured works will be a chamber music version of the ethereal "Lark Ascending", by Vaughn-Williams, based on the poem of the same name by George Meredith.

Performing for you will be violinist LeeAnne Chenoweth, violinist/violist Tim Angel, pianist Erik Barnes, tenor Don O'Neal LeBlanc, soprano Sabrina Romero-Wilson, and cellist Jim Higgins. Table seating (for up to 8) is available with complimentary wine, soft drinks and dessert plates. BYOB is allowed.

Tickets: Table seating $35 general, $30 senior 60+, college $15, youth age 11-17 are free (one youth per one paying adult).