The Dallas Design District Mainstay, the Craighead Green Gallery, Unfolds Yet Another Three-artist Show

As we know by now, the Dallas Design District is undergoing tremendous change. And much of that change involves art. Multiple galleries have moved from the heart of the district, from Dragon Street in particular, to points farther north.They include Cris Worley Fine Arts and Holly Johnson Gallery, which moved to Levee Street, closer to the Trinity River. Monitor Street is nearby, and these days, it's home to the Liliana Bloch Gallery, The Public Trust and Galleri Urbane.But one of the enduring mainstays on Dragon Street in the Design District is Craighead Green Gallery, whose owners purchased the property years ago after moving from Uptown, where rents became astronomically high. By moving to the Design District, 1011 Dragon St. in particular, Craighead Green grew from its 1,800 square feet in Uptown to more than 6,000 square feet.It routinely stages three-artist exhibitions featuring some of the state's best artists.  Continue reading...

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