“The Carter Community Artists program is a sincere and dedicated approach to partnering with artists.”
Christopher Blay is an artist, writer, and curator with a BFA from Texas Christian University (2003). Over the years, Blay’s art has taken on a multitude of forms including performance, photography, sculpture, and video. His most recent work, Portraits With Strangers, is Blay’s return to photography, focusing on the mechanical and mediated process that creates an image. His work also includes public art projects on East Rosedale Avenue in Fort Worth and his Coombs Creek Park sculpture Dindi (for Annibel.) A man of many talents, he’s also a critic for Glasstire and the curator of the Art Corridor Gallery at Tarrant County College Southeast. Blay received the SMU Meadows Museum’s Moss/Chumley award in 2013 and the Nasher Sculpture Center’s Artist Microgrant in 2015.