Inside the Oliver Francis Gallery

Here's a look at past exhibitions at the Oliver Francis Gallery.

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Alanna Quillen, NBCDFW.COM
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Kevin Ruben Jacobs stands outside his gallery on Peak Street near Deep Ellum and downtown Dallas. Jacobs is an art student at the University of Texas at Arlington and opened the gallery in July to show engaging and experimental installations by local artists.
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Artist and student Kevin Ruben Jacobs stands inside his gallery on Peak Street near Deep Ellum and downtown Dallas. The space is being prepared for the next exhibition, featuring local artist Jesse Morgan Barnett, opens this Saturday September 10.
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A mural from the gallery's first exhibition, Seven Days in America by Rhode Island School of Design graduate student Francisco Moreno. Covering most of the gallery space, the murals depicted a week's worth of sketches the artist made of national news headlines.
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Murals from the gallery's first exhibition, "Seven Days in America" by Rhode Island School of Design graduate student Francisco Moreno. The show, which ran through July, featured murals made from house paint that covered the entire main exhibition space.
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Alanna Quillen, NBCDFW.COM
Murals from the gallery's first exhibition, "Seven Days in America" by Rhode Island School of Design graduate student Francisco Moreno. The show, which ran through July, featured murals made from house paint and copies of his sketches strewn throughout the floor.
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Alanna Quillen, NBCDFW.COM
The space before it was transformed into the Oliver Francis Gallery. Artist and student Kevin Ruben Jacobs opened the gallery in July to show engaging installations by local artists.
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Work from the gallery's second exhibition, "The Object of My Construction" by local artist Alan Siggers. Siggers is also a home builder and used discarded building material, wood and found objects in his installation.
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Pieces from the second exhibition, "The Object of My Construction" by local artist Alan Siggers. Siggers is also a home builder and used discarded building material, wood and found objects in his installation.
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A wooden ramp leads to the center of the gallery in the second exhibition, "The Object of My Contruction" by local artist Alan Siggers. Siggers is also a home builder and used discarded building material, wood and found objects in his installation.
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Alanna Quillen, NBCDFW.COM
An assessment of wood and found objects in the gallery's second exhibition, "The Object of My Contruction" by local artist Alan Siggers. Siggers is also a home builder and used discarded building material and wood, and worked with the environment of the space to create the installation.
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