DeepDive Exhibit to Open in Dallas


The DeepDive exhibit will highlight artists that are part of the White Rock Lake Artists Studio Tour. | Image by Bath House Cultural Center

A new exhibit showcasing the work of East Dallas artists will be hosted at the Bath House Cultural Center.

The DeepDive exhibit will highlight artists that are part of the White Rock Lake Artists Studio Tour, according to a city of Dallas press release. This tour has become a favorite event for art lovers in DFW and has been run since 1992. 

The tour is held every year in October, the Bath House website shares. The DeepDive exhibit opens on December 3, 2022, and runs until January 28, 2023. 

“The Bath House is hosting the exhibition to celebrate the rich history and enduring tradition of the tour and to reaffirm the strong relationship that the center has developed with the tour and East Dallas artists over the years,” the press release shares. 

On December 3, a reception with the featured artists will be held from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 

“DeepDive includes artwork by Chuck Armstrong, Lynn Armstrong,  Matt Bagley, Byron Black,  Rebecca Boatman, Glo Coalson,  Nancy Cole, Dan Collins, Rebecca Collins, Marc Dominus,  Elizabeth Dryden, David Farrell,  Annie Foster, Susan Giller,  Linda Gilpin, Jim Hastings,  Deana Hinchcliff, Sigrun Hukill,  Jeff Hukill, Doug Jochum, Susan Jochum, Clara Johnson,  Larry Paul Jones, Robyn Jorde,  Judith LaPlante, Chris Lyons,  Samuel Chuck McCarter, Laurie McClurg,  Laura Moore, Beverly Ann (BAM) Moore,  Sharon Neel-Bagley, Michael O’Keefe,  Alice O’Leary, Richard Ray, Marty Ray,  GG Reid, Sharon Shero,  Janice Somerville, T Stone,  Silvia Thornton, Cecilia Thurman,  and Lin Trinkle,” according to the press release. 

The first White Rock Lake Artists Studio Tour in 1992 was created by the artists David Hickman, Michael Obranovich, and Marty Ray. 

The purpose of the tour was, and still is, to showcase local artists and their work to the public, the Bath House website states. This event also allows community members to see the spaces where the local art is created. 

The studios used can be found in neighborhoods close to the White Rock Lake community. 

Ray is still part of the White Rock Lake Artists Studio Tour today, the website shares, coordinating and leading the event. 

Sponsors of the Studio Tour include Lakewood East Dallas Advocate, Creative Arts Center of Dallas, Times Ten Cellars, CityWork, and Friends of the Bath House Cultural Center. 

The Bath House Cultural Center shared news of the new DeepDive exhibit and the artist reception that will launch on Facebook on November 20. 

The Cultural Center is also currently accepting entries for its 2023 El Corazón Art Exhibition. Entries will be accepted until January 7, 2023, according to the exhibit website. This is the 28th year for the event. 

“Since 1993, Jose Vargas has curated the El Corazón art exhibition for the Bath House Cultural Center,” the website shares. “This popular exhibition is a beloved annual tradition at the center that showcases various artistic interpretations of the human heart. This passionate and eclectic exhibition features a variety of ideas, styles, and concepts inspired by the heart (El Corazón), an important and universal symbol in art.”

The 2023 El Corazón Art Exhibition will run from February 4, 2023, to March 4, 2023. 

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