“It’s so good to be back in Texas. I find so much inspiration here!” says Roosevelt. She goes on to share, “The LR Art House was born out of this. I’m very excited to have a place to show my work in a setting that resembles the way my work is typically installed. It’s always fun to view art in a gallery space, but that’s not usually how art is permanently hung. I hope that my clients are equally inspired by our new space and what it represents in the art world.”
The Craighead Green Gallery, a fixture in the Dallas Design District, is well-known for its three-artist shows. But on Nov. 6, the gallery will host the fourth of its First Launch series of exhibitions that feature a single arst.
She would be Laura Roosevelt, whose back story is fascinating.
Now living in New England, Roosevelt grew up in Dallas, where she attended Ursuline Academy, the site of some fascinating self-discovery. After struggling with dyslexia all th
Painting was a different story. It opened up a whole new world and a career for a gifted artist. Roosevelt’s show runs through Nov. 15.
Michael Granberry The Dallas Morning News
Arts and Features
Published: 25 October 2014 04:23 PM
Updated: 25 October 2014 04:23 PM