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Consortium of Community

While we stay at home, others are staying at home advancing the plans for the Frank Lloyd Wright theater. Many people have been incredibly involved and through their inspiration, passion and diligence propelled the preservation plan for the Frank Lloyd Wright theater project to this step of hiring the architectural firm of Diller Scofidio+Renfro. On stage at the end of the program discussing the approach to this Turtle Creek site and renovation of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed theater are some of the key people that the baton has been passed to. They will be critical to the success of this project. I am pleased that the three lead architects are from New York but with Texas and Dallas roots. This project falls in a district of city councilperson Dave Blewett who understands the nuances of neighborhoods, Suzanne Smith is the Art Commissioner, Kevin Moriarty as the artistic director of the Dallas Theater Center is also a leading voice for theater in Dallas, and in the center is the chairman of this project. This good looking group is the tip of the iceberg for all the people who have worked on the project and for all of the people who will be needed for this Frank Lloyd Wright theater project to come to fruition. *Consortium of Community
@Diller_Scofidio_Renfro #DillerScofidioRenfro @DallasTheaterCenter #DavidBlewett #SuzanneSmith #FrankLloydWright #FrankLloydWrightTheater #FrankLloydWrightTheaterRenovation #Dallas #DallasNeighborhood #TurtleCreek

Organic Urbanism

This striped woodpecker is enjoying foraging on the trunk of a walnut tree in front of a home a young family purchased from their church 50 years ago for less than $10,000. The great grandparents still reside here, as do occasionally members of succeeding generations. The best affordable homes are structures that can be patched together, fixed up and become a home through successive generations that enjoy the tall trees, front porches, birds, flowers and wildlife that also enjoy an organic urban neighborhood. *Organic Urbanism
#Woodpecker #OrganicUrbanism #HistoricHome #UrbanBirds #Family #Neighbors #Neighborhood #CityLife #Dallas #HistoricDistrict #PrairieStyle #WalnutTree #Home #AffordableHousing

Hidden in Plain Sight

With the trails packed with people, now is the time to enjoy alternative walks like those along the original boulevard at SMU that leads to Dallas Hall. In the middle of the boulevard is the newest building disguised by the Georgian motif found on campus. A month ago, I discovered what was beyond the façade. Brad Cheves, the best university development director in the country, gave me an inside look at the indoor football practice facility prior to an SMU Town and Gown meeting being held in the adjoining dining room. In the next image you will see SMU professor, former law school dean and SMU faculty athletic advisor Paul Rogers put on a smiling face in front of this addition to the campus. I say “hidden” because you would never really guess this building, right next to the dorms and across the street from the Meadows School of the Arts, in the prime spot on the boulevard leading to the Dallas Hall, is a full-length practice football field. I say “in plain sight” because it is just a few feet away from my first floor McGinnis Hall freshman dorm room window. Every day for decades I used to swim in the 50-meter pool which now would be between the 10- and 35-yard lines. *Hidden in Plain Sight
#SMU #PaulRogers #TownAndGown #SMUBoulevard #SMUIndoorFootballPracticeField #SMUNeighborhood #UniversityPark #Dallas #ParkCities #SMU #highland park

Luxury and Nuance

The Barry Whistler Gallery is the last gallery I visited before I was sent home. The drawings by Jay Shinn still leave an impression. Seldom is so much done with what looks like so little. This drawing subtly shimmers, shines and radiates as this pencil drawing merges the silver and gold fine pencil strokes into a framed piece of art that draws one to it like a magnet until one finds their nose near the glass admiring the visual texture created by the exquisite hand of artist Jay Shinn, shown by appointment at the Barry Whistler gallery. *Luxury and Nuance
#JayShinn @Jay_Shinn_Art @BarryWhistlerGallery #BarryWhistlerGallery #DallasNeighborhood #DesignDistrict #Dallas #Art #Design #Drawing #Exhibition #ContemporaryArt #ModernArtGallery #Artist

LawnMowerOverkill

A cedar elm-shaded street makes parkway grass hard to grow. But as the lawn man says, “No matter how small the yard or how thin the grass, I will mow it.” And, “You can count on me to give you an honest five minutes’ work.” As anthropologists note, the smaller the village, the bigger the festival. Maybe the smaller the yard, the bigger the mower. This paltry patch of parkway grass might not be special, but the Mercedes-ornamented mower certainly is. Across the street, the high-tech engineer opts to propel a very old-school hand-push reel mower. A study in lawn care contrasts. *LawnMowerOverkill
#Overkill #DallasLawn #Lawnmower #SitDownMower #SmallerTheLawnBiggerTheMower #HonestFiveMinutesWork #Mercedes #Lawncare #DallasHome #Dallas #Neighborhood

State of Hall

Craftsmen and contractors last month were working on the crevices of the building and re-stabilizing major components of the building. Several years ago at the invitation of the late Rita Clements, the wife of Texas Governor Bill Clements, I served on the Executive Committee of the Dallas Historical Society for almost ten years. During this time, along with the late Robert Hyer Thomas, we pushed back against the proposal to discontinue the possession of the historical artifacts collected and owned by the Dallas Historical Society. The executive director had proposed photographing the collection and putting it online so that there would be no more responsibility for the preservation and maintenance of the individual objects. In fairness, this proposal was precipitated by the Hall of State building that still had an aura of majesty on the inside and outside, but was crumbling from within and out. Roof leaks were being patched with tarp and plywood. Buckets would be catching water dripping from 30 feet above. The problem was decades of leaky finances and leaky roofs. The storage spaces for the collection looked like a garage sale before it was organized. It is comforting and exciting to see the renewed interest in Fair Park. Its management is being put into private hands and the public supported city designated bonds to pay for the renovation of the Hall of State. There might not be any other place in Texas that so fully embodies and feels so embued in Texas history as the Texas Hall of State. *State of Hall
#HallOfState #FairPark #TexasHistory #Renovation #Murals #Dallas #CityOfDallas #HistoricallySignificant #ArchitecturallySignificant #ArchitectDesigned #Neighborhood#Design #Historic #History

TEX-DEC

Just look up in the Hall of State building and see the elevated design of art modernity. Art Deco in Dallas celebrating Texas permeates Fair Park, especially in the Hall of State building. My out-of-town guests were fascinated by the names, plaques, emblems, icons and inscriptions on the buildings that in themselves offered pages of Texas history. Undergoing renovation, one can get a fresh look at this aesthetic icon representing the triumphs of Dallas and Texas. *TEX-DEC
#HallOfState #Ceiling #ArtModerne #ArtDeco #TexasDeco #Dallas #Texas #Neighborhood #FairPark #Art #Design #Architecture #TexasHistory #ArchitecturallySignificant #Design #Historic #HistoricallySignificant #Modern

Esplanade Private Performance

Entering an empty Fair Park is such a treat. The magnificent 1936 Art Deco buildings are a timeless look at Dallas and Texas. My visiting friends often go on National Trust for Historic Preservation exhibitions and have a great love of history. As soon as we walked down the esplanade, the fountains began their vertical dance. I told my friends that I had arranged the performance specifically for them. The fountains did add magic to the fabulous buildings and their 1930s muraled facades. The Hall of State is undergoing renovation and future plans for Fair Park are being formalized. Seeing Fair Park now is like going on a private tour of a museum on a Monday when it is closed to the public. Fair Park is an asset that no other city has or could create. *Esplanade Private Performance
#FairPark #Esplanade #ArtDeco #Preservation #TexasDeco #1936 #Murals #Dallas #Neighborhoods #DowntownNeighborhoods #Renovation #Fountains #Art #Painting #History #Park #Architecture #Design #ArchitecturallySignificant #HistoricallySignificant

Philanthropists Explore Dallas

Last month good friends, philanthropists and world travelers, who I met on the front row at the TED conference over a dozen years ago, visited Dallas. Their network of leaders in education, preservation, health and other disciplines is amazing. Knowing their fondness of food, taking me to great restaurants in their hometown of Chicago, and to the best restaurants in Vancouver, it was with confidence our first stop was Khao Noodle. They loved it. Our second stop was ice cream—another way they judge a city. When I show friends and clients Dallas, I am exhilarated by their reaction to the city. Museums are fabulous, but what is interesting to me in a city are the neighborhoods. The city’s pattern of neighborhood development is like rings on a tree. Understanding the neighborhoods allows one to understand the history of a city and its future. The gentleman requested a route for his 4-mile audiobook speed-listening morning walk. My recommendation was similar to the same path where I take people first. Walk down Turtle Creek to the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed theater center, down the private drive of Turtle Creek Park where one sees a John Allen Boyle-designed Mediterranean home across from a Frank Welch designed modern home, on through the neighborhood and through Northern Hills to Knox Street, and then jump on the Katy Trail back to the John Allen Boyle designed Mansion. With his wife, we then weaved through the Fitzhugh corridor lined with historic and conservation districts and modest neighborhoods infiltrated by architect-designed modern homes and way too many generic apartments. Swiss Ave on to the Arts District just 20 blocks away, through Deep Ellum, Fair Park, Lakewood, White Rock Lake, SMU, Highland Park, Greenway Parks, Volk Estates, Bluffview, Preston Hollow, and interspersed subneighborhoods. Their overriding impression was how clean Dallas was and how low the buildings were. In Dallas we often forget how clean our city is and how many neighborhoods we still have that are only two stories, filled with gardens and trees. *Philanthropists Explore Dallas
#Dallas #DallasNeighborhoods #TourOfDallas #City #DallasVisit

Entrance to Dallas

Visitors arriving in Dallas for the first time were visually greeted by a deteriorated building ravaged by time and destruction—at the entrance to downtown Dallas. This might be a common sight in struggling older cities, but not expected in the gleaming city of Dallas. On the visitors’ next trip, instead of seeing this, the leaning tower that would not fall, they will see a shining new $7 billion development—a more fitting look for Dallas. *Entrance to Dallas
#LeaningTowerOfDallas #DowntownDallas #Dallas #DallasNeighborhood #UrbanDecay #Demolition #Deterioration #UrbanRenewal #FirstImpression #EntranceToDallas #Architecture #Engineering #Design #Development #DallasDevelopment

Niche Neighborhood

My favorite neighborhoods are niche neighborhoods. My real estate business started exclusively in niche neighborhoods and much of my business continues in niche neighborhoods, most of them having fewer than 100 houses, from Turtle Creek Park to Mayflower Estates. These neighborhoods all have expensive homes but, more important, they are filled with homes of charm, character and architectural significance nestled into nature. I recently posted a video of Northern Hills on my Architecturally Significant Homes YouTube channel that discusses the reasons Northern Hills is a favorite neighborhood. *Niche Neighborhood
#DallasNeighborhoods #NicheNeighborhoods #Dallas #NorthernHills #NorthernHillsConservationDistrict #KatyTrail #TurtleCreek #ArchitecturallySignificantHomes #HistoricallySignificantHomes #Cragmont #OrganicUrbanism #architecure #architects

Feline Perspective

This is the only art video exhibition that I have seen of changing video sequences that feel more like daily life than a video art installation. The neon tube structure is so captivating that one almost accepts the changing video vignette as everyday life in a neon house. A lounging cat does suggest what many already suspect—that humans are subordinate to their pets. It is certainly cats that claim homes on their own terms. *Feline Perspective
#Feline #Cat #VideoArt #ModernArt #ContemporaryArt #ArtOpening #DMA #ArtExhibition #Dallas @DallasMuseumArt #DowntownNeighborhood #Design #ContemporaryHome #ModernHome #Modern #Art #JoySpotting

DMA Collection

There are many people responsible for acquiring an art museum’s collection and making an exhibition of some of that collection come to life. Dallas has many great art patrons. Dallas Museum of Art also has a fabulous director and innovative curators, along with a collection committee that acquires local, national and international work. Here, one enters this chapel sculpture, and I, by chance, had the opportunity to meet the artist and see the chair of the Art Acquisition Committee of the DMA admiring this work. It was fitting that I was in this sculpture of a chapel as I occasionally pray that the artwork buried somewhere in the Dallas Art Museum is unearthed and displayed. It was fun to see how excited Gayle was to see this piece of art in person that she had only previously seen in slides. What better way to view the graphically illustrated interior of this structure than with the artist and chair of the Art Acquisition Committee. *DMA Collection
#GayleStoffel #Chapel #GraphicArt #GraphicIllustrations #ArtMuseum #ArtInstallation #DallasMuseumOfArt #DMA #Art #Artist #DallasNeighborhood #Dallas #Modern #GraphicArt #GraphicIllustration

Narrow Perspective

Many acclaimed houses project a rather narrow perspective. They emphasize the architecture, design, art, engineering, technology, the latest materials and many windows. This piece of art captures all of that successfully, visually drawing me to it. However, the rugged modest representations of dwellings and space still have a more lingering effect and lasting impression on my imagination. *Narrow Perspective
#ContemporarySculpture #Design #ContemporaryArt #ModernArt #ArtMuseum #ArtCollection @DallasMuseumArt #DMA #Dallas #DallasArtsDistrict #Design #Contemporary Design #downtownneighborhood #dallasneighborhoods

Primitive Look at Houses

An artist pictures the life of a home that does not show up on an architect’s drawing board. This painting quickly caught my attention as one of my favorite clients who is from New Orleans has a painting by this female artist in her home. When I first saw it in her home I did not know the name of the artist. It was not prominently displayed over the fireplace, but it had museum quality about it. Sure enough, this artist was collected by the Dallas Museum of Art and displayed in this art exhibition about houses. The foremost quality of a home is that it should make people happy. The artist captures the happiness this home generates. *Primitive Look at Houses
#LouisianaArt #PrimitiveArt #PaintingOfHome #House #LouisianaNeighborhood @DallasMuseumArt #DMA #ArtCollection #Painting #Art

House of Illumination

Lighting is so critical for a home. In a forest or on a lake, a home might be illuminated by moonlight. In Highland Park, lighting designer John Watson invented moon lighting in trees that became a signature look of Dallas. Clear white light inside a home pleases homebuyers. Art lighting focuses attention on spaces or objects that are desirable attributes of a home. Windows create a desire to look inside a home, and once inside look out. What is better than multilight windows providing a glimpse of cupid inside that suggests pleasant residential dreams. In this art installation of a house, lighting is not serving as an amendment to the house, but it is the house. *House of Illumination
#NeonHouse #NeonVideo #VideoArt #ModernArt #ContemporaryArt #ContemporaryDesign #ArtOpening #ArtExhibition #Sculpture #Dallas #Neighborhood #DowntownNeighborhood
#DMA @DallasMuseumArt #Design #ContemporaryHome #ModernHomeCity #JoySpotting

Residential Angle

One of the great things about bringing work out of the DMA archives is that we have a chance to see great art that has been hidden. We also have the opportunity to see works of art we know and be reminded of the art collectors who donated the work to the Dallas Museum of Art. In Dallas, Roger Winter is a much-admired artist. I have always loved his work and even more his artist friendship with David McManaway, a longtime friend, neighbor and an artist I revere. Artists have a way of integrating art into their lives and incorporating their studios into their homes, or in some cases their home into their studios. I saw this early on from the home and studio of James Surls and many important Tremont artists who did much of their early work in Munger Place. Deep Ellum is a neighborhood with which I was very involved in the rezoning, preservation and early revitalization. I would visit the original 1800s formal living quarters over an original office or retail shop. This painting by Roger Winter, for me, is both nostalgic and hopeful. On the corner of the mixed-use neighborhood, you see the neoclassical columns that lead to a second-story residence over the Oasis restaurant. Streets are not closed off, forcing people to inhabit Disneyland-like plazas. Cars are still allowed on streets and pedestrians are still shown on the sidewalks with park benches nearby. The neighborhood looks like it might have had a better past and that it might have a better future, but it conveys opportunity and affordability and a pleasant scale that is lost with government subsidized five-story apartment buildings. *Residential Angle
#RogerWinter #MixedUseNeighborhood #ResidenceOverShop #Dallas @DallasMuseumArt #DMA #Painting #ArtOpening #Neighborhood #Residence #Home #art #artexhibition

Home Sweet Home

When I see affordable housing in the form of government projects, I recoil at how grim they are or will become. Whenever I see a modest single-family home in person, or a shotgun house, or simple houses depicted in art, I feel so happy that a low-income person can claim a home as their own. In the last few generations there are many prominent Dallas residents who spent their youth in sod houses such as architect David Williams, or Dogtrot frame houses, or small cottages, or even childhood homes like that of our former great city manager, John Ware, who was raised in a home with polished dirt floors. Aesthetically, I find this home poetic and beautiful—its materials, context, simplicity and what it represents. *Home Sweet Home
#AffordableHomes #SimpleHome #Art #PaintingOfHome #TinRoof #MetalRoof #Painting #Low-IncomeNeighborhood #ArtMuseum #ArtOpening #ArtExhibition #DMA @DallasMuseumArt #Dallas #Neighborhood

Lovers of Houses

Here is a house that I think @IngridFetell would love—a house that provokes dreams of joy. Here architecture and art from a distance transform, and as one gets closer, into a sense of play, an underrated aspect of any home. Flower boxes and cupid—what better way to bring in spring. *Lovers of Houses
#JoySpotting #Cupid #Neon #NeonSculpture #House #Windows #Home #Sculpture #ArtMuseum #DMA @DallasMuseumArt #Design #ContemporaryArt #DallasNeighborhood #DowntownNeighborhood #ArtsDistrict #DallasArtsDistrict #ArtOpening #ArtInstallation #ModernHomeDallas #art #architechture #home

For a Dreamer of Houses

For a Dreamer of Houses. This Dallas Museum of Art installation is a perfect exhibition for someone like me who likes looking at art that celebrates houses more than going through a conveyor belt of generic houses. Most real estate agents and many others love going through any house. I don’t particularly love going through houses, but I do love spending enormous amounts of time in a home that captures my imagination. It might be the proportions, the materials, the relationship to the site, the context to the neighborhood, city, history, or might provoke a feeling of contentment, nostalgia, or optimism. I maybe even love more looking at art about homes. Art, whether it is photographs, paintings, sculpture or mixed media, goes deeper on why homes impact us in such a powerful and sometimes unknown way. Why does one enter one home and feel good and then enter another home and feel like one’s consciousness has just taken a beating? This exhibition curated from the DMA’s permanent collection conveys grand homes, futuristic spaces, modest homes and sacred spaces, but each piece provides a sense of exhilaration and is a reminder of the impact residential space has on the essence of one’s being. As you enter the art exhibition, you will see at the end of a long approach a simple classic shape of a pitched roof house framed by a glorious and grand barrel vault. This is the perfect site for a house framed by neon tubes generating joy. *For a Dreamer of Houses
@DallasMuseumArt #DMA #Art #Neon #VideoArt #ContemporaryHouse #BarrelVault #Dallas #DallasArtsDistrict #ArtExhibition #DowntownNeighborhood #ArtOpening #Sculpture #ArtsDistrict #ContemporaryArt #ModernArt #House #Home

Morse Curate and Illluminate

Jed Morse curates and illuminates the Barry X Ball Remaking Sculpture exhibition and animates the Renzo Piano-designed Nasher in the heart of Dallas’ downtown neighborhood. The translucence of stone sculptures intensely lit radiates a jewel-like quality while exuding equal parts historicity and technology. We are so lucky to have Nasher Director Jeremy Strick and Curator Jed Morse in Dallas bringing an outstanding series of exhibitions to Dallas and the Arts District. Thank you, Jeremy and Jed. *Morse Curate and Illluminate
@barry_x_ball #barry_x_ball #JedMorse #JeremyStrick #NasherSculptureCenter #ArtsDistrict #DallasArtsDistrict #Dallas #MuseumOpening #ArtOpening #Art #Artist #Sculpture #StoneSculpture #DallasNeighborhood #Design #ModernArt #ContemporaryArt #DowntownDallas #Downtown #Exhibition #modern #city

History Files

History is filed in so many ways. The history of neighborhoods is exhibited like the rings of a tree. Newspaper files are a treasure trove of illuminating the history and the provenance of houses, architects, and events that shape a city. The hidden artwork stored in museums express the collecting fashion of past eras. A chronological sequence of presidential portraits, whether seen while in line at the original Highland Park Cafeteria, or at the Presidential Portrait Museum in Washington, D.C., provides a synopsis of U.S. history. What a fun surprise to see busts of historical figures at the Royal Academy mined from the archives. This exhibition reminds us how the temporal importance of an individual today fades to memory, while the impact of that person might linger forever. Historical exhibitions can seem like a dreary trudge through time, or like this vibrant collection of portrait sculptures, they can heighten one’s energy and awareness. I am still smiling at the visual of a bust of historic figures mounted on a file cabinet pedestal. Down the hall of the Royal Academy, one can see the retrospective and evolution of self-portraits of Lucian Freud—another march through history. At the National Gallery in a nearby neighborhood, the exhibition of Paul Gauguin portraits provided me the best understanding of Paul Gauguin as an artist in the time period in which he lived. Portraits capture the essence of the moment. Art retrospectives give us our clearest view of history. *History Files
#Busts #RoyalAcademy #History #HistoryFiles #Archives #Art #Sculpture #Neighborhood #Portrait #London #Exhibition

Archer Tales

Is there a better living storyteller than Jeffrey Archer? One of the things I love about Dallas is that prominent readers, artists, and authors will come through Dallas and one has a chance to meet them in a very intimate setting, where in New York one might be relegated to a back room for videofeed. Outside of Dallas, London is my favorite city because it is large and imposing like New York, but it has incredible intimacy and accessibility like Dallas. At Hatchard’s, my favorite bookstore, Jeffrey Archer spoke for over an hour and conversed for almost another hour with about 70 people that included his wife, son, original publisher that is pictured, his current editor, and many of his friends at the 40th Anniversary of the publication of Kane and Abel. I have always enjoyed his writing through the years, but there is something special about listening to an author, their thoughts, approach, and personal interest that gives even greater depth to their stories. Jeffrey Archer’s most current book Nothing Ventured is another one of his books I could not put down and read within a day or two. Thank you Hatchard’s for being such great literary sherpas and bringing in authors that revere Hatchard’s as much as we revere the authors. *Archer Tales
#JeffreyArcher #Author #BookSigning #Neighborhood #London #Books #Hatchards

Art Floods Architecture

One of my favorite pieces of art is from the collection of Heidi Dillon, a photograph of a model of a flooded room by James Casebere. Now to see at the Royal Academy an extraordinarily elegant and important historic room really flooded with a saline solution of clay by Antony Gormley was breathtaking. This transgression violates all principles of great architecture and yet it celebrates architecture. Rather than the panic that comes if a room in one’s own home floods, here there is a tranquility that transpires by the reflective depths of this flooded surface. The room is solid, it still stands, and might be even more beautiful as art floods the floor. *Art Floods Architecture
#AntonyGormley #RoyalAcademy #BurlingtonHouse #Architecture #Neighborhood #Gallery #Architect #Artist #Art #Sculpture #Historic #Modern #ContemporaryArt #HistoricallySignificant #Exhibition @heididillon_hfd

Architecture and Art

The Royal Academy is always one of my first stops in London. The approach to the Burlington House is a splendid prelude to the art and architecture one is about to see. Rather than an academy thwarting creative expression, it gives art and architecture a thoughtful curatorial foundation. The combination of artists and architects comprising the Academy tends to tether the artists by the precision and engineering of architects, and architects, in turn, might be provoked to work outside a grid. This combination of the influences of the Royal Academy always creates shows in an imposing historic space that is beautifully composed, exquisitely proportioned, and beautifully hung. The work of Antony Gormley creates additional appreciation for the architecture of each space that submitted to his strong work, with different expressions cascading from one gallery to the next. Art and architecture is so different, which makes both more powerful when it is intertwined at the Royal Academy. *Architecture and Art
#BurlingtonHouse #RoyalAcademy #AntonyGormley #Gallery #LondonNeighborhood #Architecture #Architect #Artist #Art #Sculpture #Historic #Modern #ContemporaryArt #HistoricallySignificant #Exhibition

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