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The Texas Tenors

The Texas Tenors

JC Fisher tells tall Texas Tenors tales.
Arts InSight: A Thin Wall of Air

Arts InSight: A Thin Wall of Air

An exhibit devoted to the garments and designs of couturier, Charles James
The Spiritual Journey Of Forrest Prince

The Spiritual Journey Of Forrest Prince

Self-taught artist is divinely inspired.
A Couturier's Interior Design For A Modern Landmark Home

A Couturier's Interior Design For A Modern Landmark Home

Charles James' eye for design extends to the famed de Menil home
Do You Know Your Presidents?

Do You Know Your Presidents?

Artist David Adickes’ hands-on connection to the American heads of state

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JC Fisher

From 'Americas Got Talent' to Vegas… the Texas Tenors have made a name for themselves with cleverly crafted country crossover melodies.

Charles James

Couturier Charles James influenced a generation of fashion designers, and Houston is home to his only work as an interior designer, creating works for the home of John and Dominique de Menil. This episode originally aired July 17, 2014.

Forrest Prince

Houston artist Forrest Prince's work has been exhibited at the Menil, CAMH and the Station Museum, but he never intended to be an artist. Prince says that once he found God, he made it his mission to "wake people up" with religious-inspired works of art. This self-effacing artist makes work that are mysterious, controversial and though-provoking.This story is from the July 10 episode of "Arts InSight," which airs Thursdays at 7pm on TV 8.

David Adickes / Preservons La Creation

Adickes' 'Presidents Heads' sculptures are a favorite drive-by arts sighting for many Houstonians and out-of-towners..  Plus check out the largest mural in town!

Justin Hayward Outsider Art

Arts InSight chats with Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues, in town for a show at House of Blues. Also find out about House of Blues extensive collection of Folk, Outsider, and Self-Taught artwork. Originally aired June 26, 2014.

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