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By Debbie AndersonAugust 3, 2022August 4th, 2022No Comments

Think Cool

By Meda Kessler
Photos courtesy of Love Texas Art

Museums and galleries are some of the coolest places to chill out. (As a college student touring Paris long ago, we spent an unseasonably warm day in the Louvre, soaking up the culture and the air conditioning, which can be scarce in Europe.)

Locally, there’s no lack of equally enticing destinations or must-see exhibitions, but we especially appreciate an art show that jibes with our Cool Issue’s theme. “Summer Sips” at Love Texas Art quenches that thirst. Check out glass works, paintings and more art that spotlights summer beverages and cocktails. Artists include Sarah Theobald-Hall (whose work is shown here), Ben Groff, Mike Moffatt, Jay Wilkinson, Tyler Casey, Tatara Siegel, Carrie Gates Hawkins and Paul Valadez. Opening reception is 6-9 p.m. Aug. 6; RSVP at Eventbrite. And, yes, beverages will be served.

Sarah Theobald-Hall, Limeade, oil on canvas, 8 by 8 inches. Right, Tequila Sunrise, oil on canvas, 12 inches by 12 inches. Theobald-Hall is a visual artist based in Dallas.


Summer Sips Artists pay homage to hot-weather beverages in this focused exhibit. Aug. 6-Sept. 4; Sundance Square, 501 Houston St., Fort Worth, artspace111.com/love-texas-art