Margery GossettOwner + Director
Margery Gossett received her Bachelors of Fine Arts from Southern Methodist University, focusing on painting and printmaking and minoring in Art History, in 2005. During her time at SMU, she studied art at the Slade School in London. She received her post bachelorette certificate from The Museum School, Tufts Art School, in Boston in 2006. During her time in Boston she worked for Newbury Fine Arts Gallery. In 2007 she moved to Fort Worth, Texas and became the director at Artspace111. Margery has served on the Executive Advisory Panel at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center during which she curated a number of exhibitions in the Focus Galleries. She sat as the secretary on the Fort Worth Art Dealers Association, which she has also been a member of since 2009. She has juried numerous exhibition around DFW, including Tarrant County College, Area Watercolor Associations, and local private schools. Under Margery's guidance Artspace111 has also built a successful branch of consulting for public and private collections giving her a chance to work towards her goal to make fine artwork accessible to all individuals.
William GrellaOwner + Managing Director
William Grella graduated with a BA from the University of Colorado in 2012. He then served as the Director of Programming for the Lone Star Film Society providing creative direction for the organization and it's annual event, the Lone Star Film Festival. In 2015, William joined his sister Margery Gossett at Artspace111 to assist in the growing family business. in 2020, he earned his Professional MBA and data analytics certification from Texas Christian University. William is a PMP certified Project Manager and has utilized these skills to grow the consulting branch of Artspace111 and create new experiences for art lovers nationwide.
Ariel DavisGallery Manager
Ariel Davis is an artist living and working in Fort Worth, Texas. Her work reflects on humanity, relationships, and time, in the form of stylized figurative paintings. In her work you can find the idea of relationships at the core, that play with symbolism in telling a story. In preparation of creating a painting, she employs the process of photography, collage, and digital manipulation to create a unique source image, or she works from life. Many times she will engage individuals in the community to collaborate with her as subjects in her work. Capturing and portraying the energy and mood of a scene, group or individual is more important then the details, which is defined by her loose style and use of bold color.
She earned her BFA from the University of Texas at Austin, where she studied under Melissa Miller and Dan Sutherland in painting. Primarily a painter and muralist, you may have seen her mural work in Inspiration Alley, at Mistletoe Station in the Near Southside in Fort Worth, and in the new home of the Texas Rangers Baseball Organization at Globe Life Field. Her paintings have shown with the Fort Worth Art Collective, at her booth in the 2019 Main Street Arts Festival, and group shows at the Fort Worth Community Art Center and various galleries. Throughout her career she has been in over 35 exhibitions and has co-organized over 80 art events and exhibitions in the DFW area over the past 4 years. In 2018 she was named Best Fort Worth Artist by Fort Worth Texas Magazine and was Fort Worthian of the month in Feb of 2020.
Along with completing the two large works for the Texas Rangers Globe Life Field in 2020, she recently completed a collaborative project for the Mariachi Program at North Side High School though FGIII Fine Art Productions, and is expecting her first Fort Worth Public Art Project to be installed at the Texas And Pacific Station for TEXRail, Trinity Metro. Also in 2020, she was a 1 of 6 Finalists to receive The New Normal Grant, funded by Fine Line Group (the family office of Sasha and Edward P. Bass), Alice L. Walton Foundation, Donny Wiley Memorial Fund at the North Texas Community Foundation, and Kit and Charlie Moncrief.
Natalie BaldinMarketing Coordinator
I served my local arts community for four years by providing my personal and organizational talents to help build educational programing, creative events and collaborative initiatives all while earning my degree in Art History. Now located in the Dallas and Fort Worth area, I have dedicated myself to the visual arts in order to pursue a career where I can use my marketing, advertising, personal relations and communications experience to improve the branding of small galleries and creative institutions like.