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A Somewhat Complete List Of All The Bands That Have Played Our March Parties

A Somewhat Complete List Of All The Bands That Have Played Our March Parties

January 11, 2019

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Tom Russell art sale!

Tom Russell art sale!

December 08, 2018

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Birds, Bears, & Bones

Birds, Bears, & Bones

November 19, 2018

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Bob Schneider: The Party's Just Getting Started

Bob Schneider: The Party's Just Getting Started

September 14, 2018

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Opening Reception October 26: Jon Langford - Trusted Beasts: New Paintings

Opening Reception October 26: Jon Langford - Trusted Beasts: New Paintings

September 14, 2018

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Jimmy Descant - Western Futurism

Jimmy Descant - Western Futurism

May 17, 2018

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Kerry Smith

Kerry Smith "Off The Record" Opening April 20

April 04, 2018

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Yard Dog Parties 2018

Yard Dog Parties 2018

February 26, 2018 1 Comment

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NATE OTTO:

NATE OTTO: "Imagined Cities" February 21 – April 1

February 09, 2018

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Small, Smaller, Smallest

Small, Smaller, Smallest

January 11, 2018

Austin artist Deborah Mersky will be joined by her Seattle compadres Julie Paschkis and Joe Max Emminger in a show of small paintings, drawings, prints, and sculpture.

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Bob Schneider & Noah Harmon: Life Is Weird

Bob Schneider & Noah Harmon: Life Is Weird

December 02, 2017

Bob Schneider & LA artist Noah Harmon will be in the gallery for one night to open a showing of new art. Collage paintings and prints from Bob, drawings & paintings from Noah. 

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Carl Block - Odd Pottery + This Studio Now Leather Jewelry + Ben Milam Whiskey

Carl Block - Odd Pottery + This Studio Now Leather Jewelry + Ben Milam Whiskey

November 17, 2017

Yard Dog presents a collection of new work by Waxahachie potter Carl Block. With his face jugs, musician jugs, and wall platters, Block takes the Southern folk art face jug in a very contemporary direction, equal parts Appalachian tradition and tattoo shop irreverence.

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