Arts Roundup: Cats, Denver Moore and 'Breaking Broads'

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"Breaking Broads" by Amy Hart is on view at YCSF Craft.

By Chip Chandler — Digital Content Producer

Upcoming art exhibitions will focus on felines, feature work by a bestselling author and reimagine a popular TV drama.

 

Breaking Broads

"Breaking Broads" by Amy Hart reimagines "Breaking Bad" as a female-starring series."Breaking Broads" by Amy Hart reimagines "Breaking Bad" as a female-starring series.Photo by Amy Hart

Photographer and radio personality Amy Hart will have work featured at YCSF Craft, 2916 Wolflin Ave., through Nov. 30.

Breaking Broads officially opens with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday.

The photographs were inspired by the AMC drama Breaking Bad, Hart said.

"I'm a pop culture nerd, so when I saw a mural of Breaking Bad's Jesse Pinkman painted on a wall downtown I knew I had to use it for a photo shoot. I wanted this collection of photographs to be kitschy and fun, but also have a high-fashion vibe to them," Hart said. "Breaking Bad has entered into cult status, so paying homage to the show using female models was a blast. I like thinking about what the show would've been like if Walter and Jesse were both played by women. I think there would've been some differences, but the end result would have ultimately been the same."

 

One on One

This work by Denver Moore will be auctioned at a Saturday fundraiser for PARC.This work by Denver Moore will be auctioned at a Saturday fundraiser for PARC.

An art show fundraiser benefiting Panhandle Adult Rebuilding Center will offer a work by Denver Moore, the New York Times bestselling author of Same Kind of Different As Me.

The One on One event begins at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Derrick Event Center, 814 S. Taylor St.

Moore's work, donated by Cerulean Gallery, will be sold in a live auction. The fundraiser also will feature about 10 pieces of collaborative art sold in a silent auction, as well as heavy hors d'oeuvres, cocktails and live music.

Proceeds benefit PARC, which offers conversation and collaboration for guided activities, projects, and classes for the homeless in Amarillo.

Tickets are $75. Call 806-367-8024.

 

It's Always the Year of the Cat

Jasmine Griffith's "Princess with Ragdoll Cat" is among the works hanging in a new exhibition at ArtGecko.Jasmine Griffith's "Princess with Ragdoll Cat" is among the works hanging in a new exhibition at ArtGecko.

They're the most popular fuzzballs on the internet, and now cats of all stripes have inspired a new art exhibition opening Saturday at ArtGecko Studio and Gallery.

It's Always the Year of the Cat will feature more than 40 works from local and regional artists through Dec. 3. A reception is scheduled for 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday in the gallery, No. 35 at The Galleries at Sunset Center, 3701 Plains Blvd.

A portion of proceeds will go to animal shelters.

Call 806-433-9648.

 

 

 

Chip Chandler is a digital content producer for Panhandle PBS. He can be contacted at Chip.Chandler@actx.edu, at @chipchandler1 on Twitter and at www.facebook.com/chipchandlerwriter on Facebook.

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