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Ernesto Neto at the Nasher

Ernesto Neto Exhibit at The Nasher Sculpture Garden

We've been working on a bunch of projects lately and needed a bit of a creative reboot
and so jumped at the chance to take a break and check out the absolutely sublime
Ernesto Neto bridge at The Nasher Sculpture Center. Magical. That's right, MAGICAL.
Please excuse the inelegant art language, but I can only describe it as part complex
crochet, part rainbow, and part home. Just a special moment. And, it was just what our
brains (and souls) needed.

So, we topped the morning off with lunch and a brainstorming session outside in their
backgarden/ outdoor gallery. Always amazes me that we have such a treasure in the
middle of Dallas. Hopefully, there will be an appropriate resolution to everything that
is happening with the Museum Tower..

Inside the bridge "walkway" is made of rubber balls..

Magical reflections from the front window.

Giant rubber ball crochet resting pebbles.

The textures and colors are killing me!

Back garden.

Everything about the Nasher is so interactive.

Duckling army.

Saw atleast four different school field trips for this exhibit.


Looking forward to  tonight. Gonna be heading out to Bolt Studios to check out all
the great artwork for The Third Ever Diorama-O-Rama Art Auction which benefits
the awesome Cafe Momentum. Excited to be able to get a sneak peak with the other
Dallas judges and friends - Adam and Alicia of Bows and Arrows, DJ Blake Ward,
milliner Cassie McGregor, Heyd Fontenot from Central Trak Gallery, Julie Webb of
the Webb Gallery
, architect Kelly MitchellSam Reitmayer of Style/Swoon, and
musician Sarah Jaffe. Can't wait to see all the entries tonight!

Second Location In Bishop Arts

We love jumpy pics. (from left to right - Derek, Vynsie, ShopDad, ShopKid, and Jully)

We're super excited to formally announce that, last week, we finally signed the lease for
our second location in The Bishop Arts District in Oak Cliff. We cannot be more excited
to be able to expand and to be a part of such a great Dallas neighborhood. It is our goal
to continue to support Dallas's creative community by bringing thoughtfully designed
gifts, art prints, homewares, 
jewelry, stationary, books, toys.. from Dallas and from all
over the world.

In addition, we are so happy to get the extra space because we have wanted to create
a dedicated WE ARE 1976 WORKROOM™ for printmaking and creative collaboration
for quite a while. We will have space for screenprinting and our all of our letterpresses
(a Challenge Proof PressVandercook 325, and a couple of smaller ones, like the tabletop
Pilot). Once we get the the logistics of finishing out the new space figured out, we will
be offering printmaking workshops and custom design work at this location. We are
tentatively planning to open around mid July - August 2012.

We also wanted to clarify that we still will have our Henderson shop in East Dallas.
We love our neighbors and this area very much and are very grateful to be a part of it.
And, now thanks to the additional space, we are ready to bring in more fun art and design
events and parties to our calendar. The three of us are beyond grateful for all the opportunity
and support given to us and our little shop. Thank you.

Blank canvas.