Samuel Lynne Galleries: The Art of the Dallas Design District

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The Samuel Lynne Galleries, located in the heart of the Dallas Design District on Dragon Street showcases the work of resident artists, JD Miller and Phillip J Romano, in addition to other works by prominent 21st century artists from the Reflectionist  movement.

The Artists

JD Miller

Contemporary artist JD Miller combines painterly chromatic expression with a sculptor’s physical application of paint to create multi-dimensional images on canvas. The result is an emotional explosion of 3-D sculptural oils, rich in light, form and color, which create a unique mood and signature ambiance.

His reputation has increased dramatically in recent years, as recognition of his 3-D oil technique has become widely acknowledged by both artists and collectors alike. Miller presently works out of his studios in the design district of Dallas, Texas. See photos of JD Miller’s paintings. 

Philip J. Romano

Restaurateur, investor, humanitarian, author and now artist Philip J. Romano knows a thing or two about creation. He has created six new restaurant concepts: Fuddruckers, Romano’s Macaroni Grill, Spageddies, Cozymel’s, Rudy’s Country Store and BBQ and eatZi’s Market & Bakery. His concepts have generated more than a billion dollars a year and to date has generated over $10 billion in revenue.

For years, painting has been Romano’s passion and he gave away his work to friends and family who expressed enthusiasm about it, but he had not found a sense of definition in what he was creating until he met JD Miller and explored the idea of reflectionism and 3D-oil sculpting. See photos of Phllip J. Romano’s paintings.

The Perfect Setting For Your Next Event

Boasting 4 galleries within its walls, the contemporary space is an ideal backdrop for  the  variety of artist showing it houses, while also offering a simple and elegant environment for events and receptions.

At an impressive 11,000 square feet, Samuel Lynne Galleriesprovides an open layout that can accommodate up to a maximum of 600 guest, including the use of a full service wine/espresso bar and HD theater.  The gallery also has a kitchen equipped for food service and catering, as well as an exceptional stereo sound system for music and presentation purposes.  Click Here For inquiries. 

Gallery hours

Monday – Friday,  10:00 am-6:00 pm
Saturday, 11:00 am-5:00 pm

Samuel Lynne Galleries 
1105 Dragon Street, Dallas, TX 75207
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