evidence or a remnant of what came before

Adam Fung | possible magic

March 19, 2022 – May 21, 2022

Adam Fung’s possible magic examines how we navigate trajectory within the Anthropocene’s precarious states. Primarily using painting as means to survey the condition of the planet, Adam Fung considers a range of research interests that touch upon issues such as eco-anxiety, climate change, the history of landscape imagery, and interconnected systems also known as hyperobjects. 

Intentionally working with oil paint, these slow moving, layered surfaces are a resistance to the slickness, speed, and expectations of the digital world or media we encounter daily. Each work employs a dynamic color palette that speaks to the dichotomy of beauty and destruction in contemporary landscapes. With each encounter we must ask ourselves: what lies over the seen and unseen horizon?

The wheel of Odysseus

New Year Group Show 2022

January 10, 2022 – February 25, 2022

Cufflink Art presents a group exhibition featuring the works of Lee Hill, Michele Kishita, Andrew Abbott, Scott Thomas Anderson, Ross Bonfonti, Adam Fung, Marshall Harris, Linda Shobe, and Nathan Madrid.


Winter Works 2021

November 10, 2021 – December 23, 2021

Cufflink Art presents a group exhibition featuring the works of Dwight Owsley, Michele Kishita, Luciana Abait, Andrew Abbott, Scott Thomas Anderson, Ross Bonfonti, as well as two new artists to the gallery’s roster – Adam Fung and Charles Gray. 

Elias and the Raven


September 4, 2021 – October 23, 2021

As Cufflink Art celebrates the end of its first year, our fall exhibition “Progressions” examines the advancement of both the gallery and the artists we represent. Cufflink Art focuses on representing early to mid-career artists working to hone their craft and refine their voice. The selected works demonstrate the artists’ continuing drive to improve and progress they have made. The show contains originals works, monoprints and limited edition works by various galleried artists.

Super They - Lee Albert Hill

Force of Nature

June 8, 2021 – August 21, 2021

This group exhibition presents the natural world represented in a series of abstract and representational works. The exhibition showcases geometric and textural works on canvas by Lee Albert Hill, transcendental abstract landscapes on panel by Michele Kishita and rich hand-altered photography by Luciana Abait. Additional featured works include new abstract landscapes by Nathan Madrid, detailed still-lives by Linda Shobe and resin castings of nature by Marshall Harris. Various other works from the gallery’s represented artists will also be on view.

Spring '21 Fresh Works

February 12, 2021 – May 17, 2021

Cufflink Art is excited to showcase a group exhibition of works from regionally diverse artists who comprise the gallery’s roster. The collection of works curated by owners Douglas Gault and Joseph Luong, mixes in a variety of mediums including meticulous graphite drawings by Marshall Harris, subliminal compositions through oil on canvas by Linda Shobe, personal storytelling via collage by Dwight Owsley, intimate close-up portraits from the perspective of Nathan Madrid, dark yet mischievous concrete sculptures by Ross Bonfanti, and digitally abstract maps manipulated by Scott Anderson. 
In addition, the gallery offsets their programming of unique works alongside accessibility by offering limited edition prints, fine art books, and small objects. The gallery is located in the Near Southside neighborhood of Fort Worth which has recently been designated as a state cultural district. The Near Southside is home to a multitude of arts, entertainment and creative organizations and continues to foster building a creative and supportive community. 

Best Laid Plans

November 13, 2020 – January 13, 2021

The Best Laid Plans series is made from plans, schematics, blueprints, sketches, and scribbled dreams. Often utilized for buildings, sometimes for cities, while others are created for monuments, industrial works, ships—whatever man can envision. 
The idea behind all this is that, despite many plans and ideas, things can still go wrong and things may change. Buildings may crumble, kings may have whims, wars may happen, chaos and accidents can occur. Sometimes all at once. Life. 
Along with the actual buildings, the plans themselves may crumble, fade, get folded, be shoved in drawers, be forgotten, stained or torn. 
Like the resulting structures and events, the plans themselves are sometimes sweetly naive. Other times, they stand against time and endure. Just as often, the passage of time imparts its own influence and aura—improving on, elevating and validating the plans. 
Layered like dust, sediment and additions to what others have made over time, Best Laid Plans provides a re-imagination of how we can experience both time, and ideas behind parts of the physical world we impose our will upon.
Stripped Naked and Numbered - #6

What's in a name

September 9, 2020 – October 31, 2020

Cufflink’s inaugural group exhibition includes works by Marshall K. Harris, Linda Shobe, Ross Bonfanti, and Scott Anderson. What’s in a Name focuses on the pragmatic and complex process of perceptions, contextualizations and feelings associated with pairing names to their visual hosts. The exhibition, in addition, raises the question behind the origins of the gallery’s name.

Viewings by appointment only. 2 days advance notice required when booking online. If you would like to schedule something sooner, please contact us by calling 817-489-5059 or emailing info@cufflinkart.com and we will do our best to accommodate your request.