Jacqueline Buckingham Anderson’s Eight Must-See Works at Dallas Art Fair

Jacqueline Buckingham Anderson is Director of The Wellness Institute at the Crow Collection of Asian Art in Dallas, Texas. She is a wellness consultant, entrepreneur, spokesperson and advocate in the healthcare sector.

I am drawn to powerful artworks with bold forms, lush qualities, and Pop sensibilities. I also turn to clean, minimal, reductive meditations. I love art that reflects the two moods I am most content in: an embrace of all that’s celebratory in the world, and when in calm reflection, art about all that is invisible and unknowable. This year’s Dallas Art Fair is rich in both kinds of offerings.


It’s very exciting to see the caliber of works in this year’s edition, and to have so many local, national, and international galleries commit to it so generously. Dallas is already home to some of the world’s top art collections. It is gratifying to watch the emergence of a more robust gallery scene, and increase in the number of creative people calling the city home. The buzz about Dallas acknowledges our emergence as an arts center through the growth of the Dallas Arts District and many other parts of the city that offer clusters of artistic and design talent.


Mary Corse, Untitled, 2008, at NYEHAUS


Allison V. Smith, Mystic. June 2014. Marfa, Texas, 2015, at Barry Whistler Gallery


Markus Linnenbrink, WABBYLEGSEVERYDAY, 2014, at Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe


Josh Garber, Because of You, 2014, at Turner Carroll Gallery      


Laddie John Dill, Light Sentence (18), 1971, at NYEHAUS


Jim Campbell, Blur Two, 2014, at Hosfelt Gallery 


Chul-Hyun Ahn, Three Squares, 2014, at C. Grimaldis Gallery


John Ruppert, The Baths/Tortola, British Virgin Islands, 2014-2015, at C. Grimaldis Gallery       

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