The Goodrich Gallery of First United Methodist Church, Dallas

Gallery hours are Sunday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday, 8 a.m. - Noon. Call Music and Arts, 214-220-2727, ext. 218. The Goodrich Gallery, located inside First United Methodist Church of Dallas, has exhibited painting, sculpture, photography, mixed media, and historical presentations featuring outstanding artist from the Southwest.

The Gallery is committed to presenting the finest in art while also exhibiting works expressing religious themes and social awareness. Gallery Hall opened in 1964 with it's first exhibit in April of that year. In 1973, courtesy of a gift from Beverly & Ben Harris, the space was redesigned and renamed The Goodrich Gallery in honor of the then Senior Minister Dr. Robert E. Goodrich, Jr. and his wife Thelma, both of whom were patrons of the arts. The gallery continues to provide a place of inspiration and enrichment for the members and guests of First United Methodist Church of Dallas with its rich variety of monthly exhibits by gifted local artists. Receptions for the artist of the month are generally held on the first Sunday of each month from Noon to 2 p.m.

Operating as usual

The Stewpot Artists Exhibit

The Goodrich Gallery is pleased to present the artwork of Stewpot clients. To purchase artwork, please go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-stewpot-artists-tickets-116469281757.

One of the best known and most beloved Stewpot programs, the Art Program is a community outreach program serving the homeless and at-risk populations of Dallas. It is open to people looking for an environment to express and create through the medium of art. Classes are held daily on Tuesday morning, Wednesday morning and afternoon, and Thursday morning and afternoon. Exhibitions of work are held throughout the year.

The members of the Stewpot Art Program are usually self-taught artists and paint in various styles.

For more information, go to https://www.firstchurchdallas.org/get-involved/music-arts/goodrich-gallery.

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STEWPOT ARTISTS’ STATEMENTS

Charles William ~
My higher power is my inspiration, working for him. Having been given the gift to express art...to educate and to share the light to those in the dark. The art program at the Stewpot provides all necessary means- the supplies and the choir. “To come and do and be done. Talents are hard.”

Stephen Kehr ~
My inspiration are the art teachers of the past. I went to the YWCA and took an art class with a really fun teacher. Everyone was really nice and that is why I like to paint. The Stewpot program is helping me because I am homeless and I get to put my art up to sell- it’s really nice to put my work in the shows.

Charles Piano ~
Inspiration of making blankets because it is a dying art. I use fresh patterns, fabric, and colors to liven up old ideas- to make something old new again. The program gives me the space and supplies, but also gives the opportunity to sell my art and to improve my life by receiving money for my work.

Fernando Segovia ~
Inspiration is my wife and children and the memories and experiences. I use my art to feel good- my hands, my body, and the awareness of looking for perfection. The program is important for survival and to help a human with resources. It brings a little to my life, a big solution for the homeless.

The Goodrich Gallery is pleased to present the artwork of Stewpot clients. To purchase artwork, please go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-stewpot-artists-tickets-116469281757.

One of the best known and most beloved Stewpot programs, the Art Program is a community outreach program serving the homeless and at-risk populations of Dallas. It is open to people looking for an environment to express and create through the medium of art. Classes are held daily on Tuesday morning, Wednesday morning and afternoon, and Thursday morning and afternoon. Exhibitions of work are held throughout the year.

The members of the Stewpot Art Program are usually self-taught artists and paint in various styles.

For more information, go to https://www.firstchurchdallas.org/get-involved/music-arts/goodrich-gallery.

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STEWPOT ARTISTS’ STATEMENTS

Charles William ~
My higher power is my inspiration, working for him. Having been given the gift to express art...to educate and to share the light to those in the dark. The art program at the Stewpot provides all necessary means- the supplies and the choir. “To come and do and be done. Talents are hard.”

Stephen Kehr ~
My inspiration are the art teachers of the past. I went to the YWCA and took an art class with a really fun teacher. Everyone was really nice and that is why I like to paint. The Stewpot program is helping me because I am homeless and I get to put my art up to sell- it’s really nice to put my work in the shows.

Charles Piano ~
Inspiration of making blankets because it is a dying art. I use fresh patterns, fabric, and colors to liven up old ideas- to make something old new again. The program gives me the space and supplies, but also gives the opportunity to sell my art and to improve my life by receiving money for my work.

Fernando Segovia ~
Inspiration is my wife and children and the memories and experiences. I use my art to feel good- my hands, my body, and the awareness of looking for perfection. The program is important for survival and to help a human with resources. It brings a little to my life, a big solution for the homeless.

[12/10/19]   Find that perfect piece of Art from our Annual Membership Show!

July’s Artist: Gayle Wilson - Found Object Art. Come see her interesting pieces that each hold their unique story!

The artist reception for Renee Robison is happening now! @ First United Methodist Church, Dallas

Thank you to everyone that came out and met this May’s featured artist, Mary Danz-Hitzges. Her photography will be blessing our the gallery all month. So, make sure you stop by and see her work! You won’t want to miss it!

Today, we welcomed the works of Kristen Corr. Thank you to everyone who came and spent a slice of their SuperBowl Sunday to meet and greet our Featured Artist.

Her oil & ceramics will be on display in the gallery throughout the month of February. We’re open 7 days a week! Stop by and enjoy!

The Gallery Committee was hard at work today, hanging February’s exhibit. Come see the work this Sunday as we welcome the artist, Kristin Corr, with a reception. @ The Goodrich Gallery of First United Methodist Church, Dallas

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Artist Reception: Kristin Corr - Oil and Ceramics | Art&Seek | Arts, Music, Culture for North Texas

Join us this Sunday to welcome Kristin Corr! This month's artist reception will be held from noon to 2 p.m. See you there!

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It’s been a pleasure to feature “Urban Society”, the energy-filled work of local artist Mark Crow, for the month of January. His exhibit will come down in the next couple of days to make room for February’s artist! If you have interest in any of his unsold pieces, please let us know. #goodrichgallery #artistofthemonth

It’s been a pleasure to feature “Urban Society”, the energy-filled work of local artist Mark Crow, for the month of January. His exhibit will come down in the next couple of days to make room for February’s artist! If you have interest in any of his unsold pieces, please let us know. #goodrichgallery #artistofthemonth

We welcome photographer Robert Moore to our gallery for this month. Please come by the gallery and spend a little time wrapping yourself in the scenes and lives he has captured so beautifully!

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Dallas Artist Captures DART Passengers ‘Riding the Rails’

What an amazing article featured by Dallas Area Rapid Transit (Official DART page). #DallasArtsDistrict https://dartdallas.dart.org/2017/03/10/dallas-artist-captures-dart-passengers-riding-the-rails/

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[12/04/16]   Membership Show Opens Today!

The Goodrich Gallery exhibit for November showcases oils on canvas by the late Reginald Rowe.

New September exhibit is up and full of color. Artist, Ebony Lewis, a graduate of Texas A & M University - Commerce expresses her voice and dreams through her art. Her latest show has been summed up in the phrase "Freedom from mind control."

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The Making of 24 Feet

Check out May's artist on display, Russ Reed, and his contemporary take on biblical figures. Here's a video of his creative process at work in the production of a piece we are currently showing: 24 feet.

The music along with the video was written specifically for this piece as well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKGcNz1Z2Rc

Watch the progression as Russ Reed plans, creates, and hangs the painting "24 Feet."

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What a fantastic exhibit at the Nasher Sculpture Center! Penone's work of nature and human interaction was so amazing and eye opening. A must see in the Dallas Arts District.

The annual Out and About luncheon with our speaker from the Nasher Sculpture Center! Next step? On to the Nasher for the exhibit! #italianartist

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The September Goodrich Gallery exhibit features artwork of Kaligrafos. Join us for a reception Sept. 13 in the gallery from 12 – 2 p.m.

Kaligrafos, The Dallas Calligraphy Society, was formed in 1980 by a group of students and professionals, and serves as an active forum for the study and promotion of calligraphy and its related arts. Membership is open to anyone interested in letters regardless of experience. Exhibits are open and non-juried. Members create pieces of fine art, letter poems and quotations, address envelopes and do all types of lettering for advertising and design.

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The new show is underway!

One of our BEST Shows to date! #CampGoodrich2015

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First United Methodist Church Dallas | Goodrich Gallery

http://www.firstchurchdallas.org/get-involved/music-arts/goodrich-gallery/

firstchurchdallas.org The July exhibit in The Goodrich Gallery features cardboard sculpture of Ali Golzad. The exhibit opens with a reception on Sunday, July 12 in the gallery from 12 – 2 p.m. This is an excellent opportunity to view the exhibit and meet the artist.

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Walk through and enjoy the works of art from the children at Camp Goodrich. Such inspiration can only be experienced 1st hand. #CampGoodrich

Stop in and see the beautiful works of Wallace Hughes. From the Southwest to Italy explore the world through his architectural eyes.

Our FUMC Membership Show is officially hung! Come by the Goodrich a Gallery this week and experience this wonderful show!

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[07/08/14]   Saw this today. Very sad news about a recent Goodrich Gallery artist. Rest in peace, Phillip. Our hearts, thoughts, and prayers go out to his young family.

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[07/04/14]   Many thanks to Dianne Gross, committee member, Melissa Sobotka, and Lisa White for their help installing the July exhibit tonight. Looks great!

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