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The Gallery at UTA Presents Kim Cadmus Owens / Allison V. Smith

Smoke and Mirrors: coming and going by Kim Cadmus Owen, 2011 at the Gallery at UTA

Smoke and Mirrors: coming and going by Kim Cadmus Owen, 2011

Kim Cadmus Owens / Allison V. Smith
The Gallery at UTA
February 25 through March 30, 2013

The Gallery at UTA on the campus of the University of Texas at Arlington presents Dallas artists Kim Cadmus Owens and Allison V. Smith. Both artists create vividly landscapes but use different styles and media. Owens is an abstract artist working in paints, drawing and printmaking. Smith is a photographer who like to capture quirky rural Texas scenes. Both artists bring a sense of personal experience of place to their respective artist works.

Parked, May 2011. Marfa, Texas by Allison V. Smith, 2012 at the Gallery at UTA

Parked, May 2011. Marfa, Texas by Allison V. Smith, 2012

Kim Cadmus Owens

Owens currently lives in Dallas after spending time in New York, Baltimore and San Francisco. She earned a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and her MFA from Towson University. Owens teaches drawing, digital media and painting at the University of Dallas. She is an Associate Professor of Art.

Allison V. Smith

Smith lives in Dallas and does freelance photography. She has worked for The Dallas Morning News (1998-2004) and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram (1996-98). Smith has exhibited nationally and her photographs have appeared in publications such as Le Monde, the New York Times, Texas Monthly and Maine magazine.

The exhibition, Kim Cadmus Owens / Allison V. Smith, is free and open to the public. The gallery will be closed for spring break, March 11 – 16, 2013.

The Gallery at UTA

The Gallery at UTA is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday. The gallery is located at 502 S. Cooper Street, Arlington, Texas, in the Fine Art Building, room 169. For more information visit www.uta.edu/gallery.

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