Samuel Lynne Galleries, located in the Dallas Design District, offers a unique experience that acts to amplify Dallas’ art scene and to reenergize the way we experience art in the 21st century....
Samuel Lynne Galleries, located in the Dallas Design District, offers a unique experience that acts to amplify Dallas’ art scene and to reenergize the way we experience art in the 21st century. Samuel Lynne Galleries immerses its visitors in artwork that is both vibrantly energetic and innovative but also is endowed with wisdom and expertise of artistic techniques. The gallery represents internationally renowned artists, including Fletcher Benton, John Henry, JD Miller, Hans Van de Bovenkamp, Tom Holland, Lea Fisher, Tyler Shields, Stephen Knapp, and Philip J. Romano. With a focus on inventive compositions and vivid colors, the artists use their chosen media to promote inclusiveness and individuality and to conjure a vision of technical accomplishment and enlivened beauty. The artists represented at Samuel Lynne Galleries have exhibited their paintings, sculptures, and photographs in an impressive list of museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the British Museum, the Smithsonian Institute, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, to name a few. The gallery’s vision is to bring the world’s leading contemporary artists to the Southwest and to provide art lovers and collectors alike with the opportunity to view and acquire the finest examples of 21st-century art.
As the recipient of the Gallery Excellence Award for Showroom Design, Samuel Lynne Galleries has been planned and presented with its visitors in mind, using over 11,000 square feet of space, including a 40-seat multimedia theater, to incorporate visitors into the conversation and interaction with the gallery’s artwork. Whether you are looking to expand your private collection, or are simply perusing Dragon Street on a beautiful day, Samuel Lynne Galleries is open to present the most significant art of our time.
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