#MAINST2017 is a Wrap!
Main Street Arts Festival is always a great event, and this year was no exception. We were honored to bring the Jeremy Enlow Pop Up Gallery back to Sundance Square last week for its third and final time at 400 Houston Street. The gallery featured 4,000 sf of fine art prints by Cowboys of the Waggoner Ranch photographer Jeremy Enlow, as well as work by Jeremy’s family and friends. Enlow’s new fine art collection “Wander” made its debut at the gallery. And as always, it was great to share the Waggoner Ranch story with so many Main Street Arts Festival visitors!
Pop Up Gallery Highlights
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price visited the gallery, along with her husband Tom Price.
In addition to book signings of Cowboys of the Waggoner Ranch, visitors also enjoyed live music by Fort Worth musician Cameron Mills.
Jeremy’s children Noah, Elizabeth, and Clara each exhibited work at the gallery. Here, Noah and Jeremy stand with the first owners of one of Noah’s prints.
The pop up gallery had visitors from around the world, and it was truly a one of a kind event. Fort Worth is a great city for the arts, and this festival was a testament to that. Be sure to follow us on Facebook for more upcoming events!