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Diversity | Nov 15 - Nov 28

DIVERSITYA Deep Ellum Art Company Exhibition event - “Dedicated to the Creative and Native”Featuring the works of: Artist 'till Death Studio, Aubrey Carroll, Chase Fleischman, Chance Foreman, William Flint, Matt Lumpkins, Andrew Kochie, David Pech, and more…Gallery OpeningThursday, Nov 15th(6:00 PM - 8:00 PM)Works on display until Nov 28th“There is no envy, jealousy, or hatred between the different colors of the rainbow. And no fear either. Because each one exists to make the others’ love more beautiful.” ― AberjhaniCome celebrate the diversity in, and around all of us while finding the perfect piece for you or anyone, from one of the local Dallas artists on display at Deep Ellum Art Co!

Harvest | Nov 1 - Nov 14 |

HARVESTA Deep Ellum Art Company Exhibition event - “Dedicated to the Creative and Native”Featuring the works of: Artist 'till Death Studio, Chase Fleischman, Eric Hanson, Andrew Kochie, David Pech, D. Sains, Andrew Sherman, and more…Gallery OpeningThursday, Nov 1st(6:00 PM - 8:00 PM)Works on display until Nov 14th“GATHERING LEAVES"Spades take up leavesNo better than spoons,And bags full of leavesAre light as balloons.I make a great noiseOf rustling all dayLike rabbit and deerRunning away.But the mountains I raiseElude my embrace,Flowing over my armsAnd into my face.I may load and unloadAgain and againTill I fill the whole shed,And what have I then?Next to nothing for weight,And since they grew dullerFrom contact with earth,Next to nothing for color.Next to nothing for use.But a crop is a crop,And who's to say whereThe harvest shall stop?” ― Robert FrostCome celebrate the harvesting season and find the perfect piece for you or anyone, from one of the local Dallas artists on display at Deep Ellum Art Co! Get the first look and chance to purchase one of their works along our 50 ft gallery wall on opening night before they are available on the web for sale, and speak with the artists about their work and inspirations! Don’t forget to take in a cool drink from our 31 tap selection our 55ft long bar while attending, and enjoy our nightly music selections!

ROCKABILLY: William "Bubba" Flint Solo Exhibition | Oct 18 - Oct 31 |

Artist Statement: Future paintings of the Past is how I describe my work. I find inspiration from all areas of Pop Culture. My childhood constantly creeps into my paintings. With a nod to pop surrealism, lowbrow and Underground, I want the art to give a quick glimpse into a universe that almost makes you smile. This show focuses on the nostalgic car culture of the past. Fast cars, cool music and a hip vibe. What was cool then is cool now. The art is sleazy, greasy and loose - rev it up and go, man go! Get the first look and chance to purchase one of his works along our 50 ft gallery wall on opening night before they are available on the web for sale, and speak with the artist about his work and his inspirations! Don’t forget to take in a cool drink from our 31 tap selection our 55ft long bar while attending, and stay after the opening to enjoy our musical event, Wavves, to follow! There is no better way to kick start your weekend! Biography: William “Bubba” Flint received his BFA in 05 in Art (Concentration in painting) from SMU. His editorial cartoons have appeared regularly in Dallas Morning news, Dallas Cowboys Gameday, Katy Trail Weekly, White Rock Lake Weekly, and Amusement Today for over 30 years, and approximately over 10k cartoons and works of his have been printed and his fine art has sold to collectors around the world. Bubba has illustrated several children’s books, to include: "Hungry for Snook", "Big Bear Hunt", “The Boy Without a Bellybutton”, “Maria’s Pet Shop, "Huck's Ten Point Buck", "Changes in the Pond".His editorial cartoons have also appeared in over 30 history books and textbooks. He has also done work with musicians such as Alice Cooper and Polyphonic Spree.Bubba's prolific work has been displayed at Gas Monkey, Kettle Art Gallery and other various shows, conventions, and festivals. Bubba was nominated for both the Katy and Pulitzer awards, and was awarded the Cartoonist of the Year award in 2001.