Featured in the Community News of the White Rock Lake Weekly | Volume 6 | Number 27 | December 18 - 31, 2015Pam and Hans Massar are second generation owners of Dutch Art Gallery, a neighborhood haven in Lake Highlands. This year they are celebrating 50 years in business.
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Dutch Art Gallery Announces 50th Anniversary
Dallas, Texas – August 26, 2015 – After 50 years of fine art, custom framing and customer service, the Dutch Art Gallery continues to produce quality personalization to patrons’ homes and work spaces. Second-generation owners, Hans and Pam...
DALLAS, TEXAS - Dutch Art Gallery hosts another LIVE Art Demonstration. Today our Gallery Artist Kyle Wood who is well known for his architectural and historical landscapes graced us with a new painting of the beautiful Texas Hill Country. He has a signature style of painting bluebonnets.
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Blank Canvases, Paint and Artists
Dutch Art Gallery in Dallas, Texas – Hosting on Saturdays in March Sidewalk Artist events featuring live artist demonstrations from Barbara Jones, Beth VanDeventer, Kyle Wood and Jacquie McMullen.
Be sure to visit, because they will also have available for purchase art that is not featured...
We are so happy to announce that we had another recent painting sold for Artist Kyle Wood of his 22x28 original oil painting, Called To Praise. Be sure to view his work when you visit the Dutch Art Gallery.
Blank Canvases, Paint and Stocking Stuffer Giveaways
Dutch Art Gallery hosted a Sidewalk Artist event that featured live artist demonstrations from Sheri Jones, George De Chiara, Hebe Brooks, Kyle Wood and Jill Randall. They didn't skip a beat from December 7th's ice storm that froze the Metroplex. The atmosphere was...
Landscapes & Historical Buildings
Kyle Wood was born in Dallas, Texas, on February 19, 1972. His interest in drawing & painting came at an early age.
Initially, he doodled with paint-by-number series, but his Great Aunt, Mildred Stapleton, saw that he had great potential and encouraged him to take art instruction...