FORT WORTH, TEXAS —William Campbell Gallery announces the  opening of two great exhibitions for Fort Worth Art Dealers Association’s Fall Gallery Night on Saturday, September 10, from 12:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 

InterSection, works by Benito Huerta  
4935 Byers Ave | Fort Worth | 76107  
InterSection will include more than a dozen new paintings.  

Tipping Point, works by Steve Murphy  
217 Foch St | Fort Worth | 76107 
Tipping Point showcases Murphy’s sculptures that push the boundaries of balance and  movement. 


Long-established and well-noted artist, Benito Huerta’s works of art are featured in museums  and corporate collections across the nation. 

Huerta most recently retired, after twenty-five years, as the Director and Curator at the  Gallery at UTA, at the University of Texas at Arlington. He will continue teaching on a  part time basis and is looking forward to working in his personal studio. Professor Huerta earned his BFA from the University of Houston and an MA from New Mexico State University.  

Steve Murphy’s work will be featured at the second William Campbell Gallery location on Foch St. Murphy’s work engages the classical elements of sculpture; form, volume,  surface and edge. He works within a limited range of shapes, edge treatments, and angles of repose. Juxtaposing these elements into multiple formats is the primary focus of his continued investigation and development. 

Steve shares, “I want the pieces to allow the viewer to slow down, have a quiet, meditative like experience when contemplating these works, and hopefully walk away  with a fresh way of seeing and experiencing the world around them.


Founded in 1974, William Campbell Gallery exhibits high-quality contemporary art in a variety of  media, including paintings, works on paper, mixed-media constructions, photography,  prints, ceramics, and sculpture. By exhibiting nationally recognized artists, along with new and emerging talent, the gallery aims to nurture an awareness and appreciation of the  exciting diversity found in contemporary art.