There’s more to your countertops than just choosing the type
Our panelists provided valuable insights into WHAT the issues are and a glimpse into how they can be addressed due to the pressing challenges and exciting opportunities in the field.
This fall, our friends at TACA – The Arts Community Alliance – have a brand-new offering, the TACA Fall Arts Crawl presented by Lexus, a series of three evening events designed to engage every Dallas art lover and enthusiast with something new, different, and immersive for the fall social calendar.
Dallas-born Arthur “Artman” James has captivated audiences with his creative genius since 1993.
A stunning 11% of global greenhouse gas emissions result from the carbon footprint of building materials. Fortunately, we have a remarkable and eco-friendly ally in stone—a natural, beautiful, durable, and delightfully unconventional material.
Christy Coltrin and Brad Oldham are the dynamic duo behind Brad Oldham Sculpture, whose work begins and ends with imagination and perseverance.
Texas Counter Fitters participated in the Birdies for BvB, an annual golf event that brings the community together in a spirited and sweaty battle against Alzheimer’s disease. Held at the impressive Texas Rangers Golf Club, this year marked the 5th annual tournament, and it was nothing short of a hole in one!
Tucked away in Kit Carson County, Colorado, for over 50 years, Del Mullens of Mullens Steel Guitars has immersed himself in steel pedal guitars, constantly pushing the boundaries of innovation and craftsmanship.
We are grateful to our friends at TACA for introducing us to a hidden gem—and we have to share the finding with you! Sweet Pass Sculpture Park showcases a secret world of art hidden next door to the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, Trinity Groves, and the bank of the Trinity River in West Dallas.
In the spirit of spring, art, and earth celebrations, we share our most recent inspiration, the pioneering work of British artist John Latham, who challenged the traditional boundaries of art and has inspired new forms of creative expression