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Grapevine Art Dealers Association to Host First Fall Gallery Night

Oct 03, 2013 08:29AM ● By Anonymous

The work of well-known cowboy artist Bill Owen, who passed away this past June, will be on display at the Great American West Gallery.

This Saturday, Oct. 5, take a little break from Oktoberfest fun and pop on over to Grapevine, where the newly formed Grapevine Art Dealers Association (GADA) will host their inaugural Fall Gallery Night from 2 to 8 p.m. at various galleries along Main Street.

The event will showcase a diverse selection of fine art, including Western paintings, hand-blown vases and bronze horse sculptures made by Linda Lewis-Roark, owner of the Grapevine Foundry. Member galleries (listed in recommended order of visit) include A Touch of Paris, the Great American West Gallery, Giddens Fine Art Gallery, the Tower Gallery, Holder Dane Gallery and Art Studios and Vetro Glassblowing Studio & Gallery. Complimentary food and beverages, including wine and signature cocktails, will be offered at each location from 5 to 8 p.m., and guests can also enjoy live music come sunset at the Train Depot.

“The GADA Fall Gallery Night showcases the fine arts in Grapevine by offering a delightful evening of high-quality art for art-lovers to collect and enjoy while sampling each gallery’s signature food and drink,” said Patricia Dane Bodnyk, owner of Holder Dane Gallery and Art Studios. “We want to let art patrons throughout Dallas-Fort Worth come to know and seek out the thriving new art community in Grapevine.”

For more information about the GADA Fall Gallery Night, contact a gallery or Patricia Dane Bodnyk at 817-789-2334 or