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The glam One Arts Plaza mixed-use development on the north side of downtown has long played nice with its artistic neighbors, being just a hop, skip and a thump away from the AT&T Performing Arts Center and the DMA. Now, thanks to Hamilton Sneed of HAS Events, for the first time, rotating art exhibitions are being added inside the building.
First up is Fort Worth artist Julie Lazarus's Venetian glass sculptures. Twelve of her abstract pieces are now installed in the building's modern lobby, illuminating the space with a rainbow of reflections. Priced from $2,500 to $11,000, the one-of-a-kind sculptures come just in time to kick off Arts Week, which includes the Dallas Art Fair. The exhibition is on view through April 13.
· Julie Lazarus Art [Official Site]
· One Arts Plaza [Official Site]