Art Lies, Volume 37, Winter 2002-2003 Page: 2
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The Old Jail Art Center
Arlington Museum of Art
The Gallery at UTA
Austin Museum of Art-Downtown
Austin Museum of Art-Laguna Gloria
Blanton Museum of Art-23rd & San Jacinto
George Washington Carver Museum
Arthouse at the Jones Center
Flat Bed Press
Women and Their Work
Art Museum of Southeast Texas
Art Museum of South Texas
Hispanic Art Center
Weil Gallery, Texas A&M University
African American Museum
Bath House Cultural Art Center
Dallas Center for Contemporary Art
Dallas Museum of Art Bookstore
South Dallas Cultural Center
University of Texas at Dallas
Columbia Art Center
Dunn & Brown
Photographs Do Not Bend
Pollock Gallery, SMU
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We all know that Art is not truth. Art is a lie that makes us realize truth,
at least the truth that is given us to understand.
-Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)
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University of North Texas Art Gallery
Adair Margo Gallery
Bridge Center for the Contemporary Art
El Paso Museum of Art
University of Texas at El Paso
Galveston Arts Center
Art Car Museum
Aurora Picture Show
Sarah Balinskas Framing
Joe Barnhart Foundation
Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston
The Community Collective
11th Street Cafe
Houston Center for Photography
Houston Visitors Bureau
Lawndale Art & Performance
Menil Collection Bookstore
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O'Kane Gallery (UHdowntown)
Project Row Houses
Rice University Art Gallery
Joan Wich & Co.
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Evelyn Siegal Gallery
Fort Worth and Tarrant County Art Council
TCU Art Gallery
Irving Art Center
Haggerty Art Gallery, University of Dallas
Texas Tech University Art Dept.
Blue Star Art Space
Joan Grona Gallery
Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center
San Antonio Museum of Art
Southwest School of Arts and Crafts
The Nave Museum
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