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        Recent Projects


            Fall 2017


            Cynthia Mulcahy's work is now represented by Talley Dunn Gallery in Dallas.
           Works on paper from War Garden, Mulcahy's recent body of work that examines
           the US war machine, will be included in THIS IS NOW, a group exhibition of gallery
           artists kicking off the fall season that opens Saturday, August 26th and closes
           October 7th. For more info, please follow this link to the gallery website:




             A Field Guide to Flora and Fauna of Southern Dallas is a public art project by Cynthia Mulcahy
            in the form of a free fly-poster field guide of southern Dallas flora and fauna with hand-painted
            illustrations, heavy on the history of place. Field guide locations include the Trinity River, the Great
            Trinity Forest, Joppa Preserve, Little Lemmon Lake, Moore Park (one of Dallas' most historic black
            parks), the Santa Fe Trestle and Skyline hike and bike nature trails, the Upper and Lower Chain of
            Wetlands and the Japanese Garden in Kidd Springs Park, Dallas' only public Japanese garden. The
            guide is now available for free in the fall season months of September, October and November of 2017
            (or until the guide runs out) only in southern Dallas at the following Dallas Public Library branches,
            Dallas Park Department rec centers and City of Dallas cultural centers:

                    Oak Cliff Cultural Center      
                    Polk-Wisdom Branch Library
                    Highland Hills Branch Library
                    Hampton-Illinois Branch Library
                    North Oak Cliff Branch Library
                    Eloise Lundy Recreation Center    
                    Kidd Springs Park Recreation Center              
                    Kiest Park Recreation Center                         
               A Field Guide to Flora and Fauna of Southern Dallas is supported by a 2017 public art grant from
               the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs and the Texas Commission on the Arts. Additional support
               provided by Judy Vetter.