Patron Magazine

December 2021


Travel Sherlock

Park House has partnered with Travel Sherlock to offer our members up to 35% savings at over 250K Premier hotels globally.  The offerings include 3, 4 and 5 star properties in over 100 countries with local language and currency with no blackout dates or restrictions. Top Brands include Four Seasons, Ritz Carlton, St. Regis, Mandarin Oriental, Waldorf Astoria, Rosewood and many more.

Prices are guaranteed to be lower than all public rates from Expedia, Priceline,, etc and these discounts are completely free to Park House members and their families.



Park House Members receive 20% off individual blowouts within weekdays only, 15% off BAM's unlimited blowouts package, 15% off BAM's unlimited blowouts & unlimited makeup applications package.

To take advantage of this perk, please show a copy of your PH Digital Member ID card at the time of purchase. For more information, contact BAM at or at  469-729-9101.


Willie Stewart

Loudspeaker with Pansies and Heros, 2021

Colored pencil on cotton board, and pastel and colored pencil on lightfast paper 

25 ½ x 19 ½ inches each 

Loudspeaker with Pansies and Heros, 2021


The Stovall House

The Stovall House is a modern day social club, offering members opportunities to connect, entertain, work, dine, and relax. The grounds include the historic home, a restaurant and bar areas, private meeting and entertaining spaces, a greenhouse, and outdoor gathering spaces. The Club offers five designer guest suites for members to reserve, providing a private and luxurious environment for each guest to connect and recharge alongside world-class amenities. Built in 1909, the historic house on the property is one of the oldest and best examples of classical revival architecture in the Tampa Bay area. Thoughtfully planned, The Stovall House provides a private and luxurious environment for each member to connect and recharge alongside world-class amenities.



Park House Members receive 40% off single class sessions & 20% off any session package or unlimited membership. 

To take advantage of this perk, please show a copy of your Digital Member ID card or email a copy to requesting that the Park House Membership be added to your SESSION account.

If purchasing classes online, please email to request your special Promo Code.


Patron Magazine Anniversary Show at Park House

Exhibition Overview

In honor of the 10 Year Anniversary of PATRON Magazine, showcased on the gallery walls of Park House are 14 artworks by various artists who have been featured on the cover or highlighted in the magazine over the last ten years. The exhibition at Park House represents important contemporary artists of our time. Curated by Terri Provencal, PATRON founder and editor in chief, has selected artists spanning diverse cultures, disciplines, and techniques. The stunning and contemporary art magazine PATRON, was launched in November 2011 and is now firmly cemented as the voice of the arts, culture, and design in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas.

Many of the works are for sale from the individual galleries, and their contact information is noted on the Exhibit Overview, which can be reviewed here.

An Unseen Enemy, 2016

Jeff Zilm
24 x 20 in
gelatin film emulsion on canvas

Antique Lace - Rectangle Black 1

Anila Quayyum Agha
20 x 16 in.
mixed media on paper

Calendar, No. 4, 2019

Theodora Allen
53 x 45 in.
oil and watercolor on linen

Dust Kommander, 2015

Blair Thurman
46 1/8 x 29 1/2 x 2 3/8 in.
acrylic on canvas on wood

Gather, 2021

Anna Membrino
44 x 39 in.
acrylic and oil on canvas

Indigo January 2019, 2019

Annette Lawrence
30 x 22 in.
acrylic on paper

Mother and Child, 2021

Francisco Moreno
27 1/4 x 38 1/4 inches
acrylic on canvas

Open Barn, 2021

Alec Egan
48 x 36 inches
oil on canvas

Patron, 2011

Aaron Parazette
34 x 32 framed
archival inkjet print

Sabbath, 2019

Marc Dennis
45 x 60
oil on canvas


Marjorie Norman Schwarz
9 x 10 in.
water soluble oil on canvas

Untitled (2019)

Michelle Rawlings
16 x 11.75 in
acrylic on linen mounted to board

Untitled (Summertime) 2014

Maxine Helfman
32 x 22 in. framed dimensions
archival print

You are (on) a mountain, 2021

Alicia Eggert



Kjarval is a workspace and members’ club in downtown Reykjavík, Iceland. The location, on the top floor of a historic building, is unique. It faces Althing, the oldest parliament in the world and overlooks Iceland’s main square, Austurvöllur.


The Arts Club

Unveiled in 2020, The Arts Club Dubai is housed in the heart of Dubai’s Financial District. The Club spans an impressive 65,000 square feet, set over four floors, including a magnificent rooftop terrace. It has been designed to provide Members with an environment in which they can come together to entertain, exchange ideas, dine and participate in a rich cultural programme of events. Members can choose from three world-class restaurants, seven bar areas, five lounges, a cigar lounge, nightclub and outdoor terraces.


Fabian Hernandez

Wine Director


Brandon Sydnor

Executive Sous Chef


The Arts Club

Located in the heart of Mayfair, The Arts Club is one of London’s most renowned private members’ clubs – a discreet sanctuary for those with a passion for the arts, literature, music and culture. Dine, entertain and unwind in a choice of  bars, restaurants and lounges, as well as boutique hotel rooms, a cigar lounge, nightclub and garden.


The Juice Bar

Park House Members receive 20% off all purchases. Valid at The Juice Bar Highland Park Village location only. To place pick-up orders ahead of time, please call 469-914-5551. Hours of Operation: M-Th 7am-6pm, F-Sat 7am-7pm, Sunday 9a-6pm.


Julia Wood

Operations Manager


Norma Dickey

Senior Private Events Manager


Demitri Gomez

Manager of Nightlife


Laura Ailshire

Head of Communications


The ‘Quin House

The ‘Quin House is a modern private social club in Boston that brings together a diverse mix of interesting and interested members of all ages, industries and backgrounds to forge meaningful connections, expand lives and create a community of impact. Designed to create moments of connections, the club can serve as your “home away from home” to meet, work and play. The ‘Quin House offers a plethora of options to socialize and connect with a myriad of dining and drinking choices, rooftop deck, and guest suites all overseen by hospitality industry legends.


The Pencil Club

Welcome to a space that draws leaders and visionaries who are culturally curious and passionately engaged. A platform for diversity, inclusivity and authenticity. At The Pencil, we believe in the market at work, and a collaboration of like-minded people. The Club boasts a number of private meeting or event spaces, a Ballroom, Cigar Room, two restaurants, and four bars. And in celebration of our City’s great weather, our heated pool and Pool Terrace to appreciate the elements.


Night Gallery's "Double Portrait" exhibition by Andy Woll

Rotating Exhibitions

Exhibition Overview - Night Gallery Present's "Double Portraitby Andy Woll
May 21 – October 1, 2021

Night Gallery is pleased to present "Double Portrait", an exhibition of new paintings by Andy Woll at Park House in Dallas, Texas.

Andy Woll is a Los-Angeles based artist known for spirited, gestural paintings featuring thick applications of oil paint. Across his body of work he has revisited straightforward subjects – including Los Angeles’ Mt. Wilson, horses, and standing chairs – which through his repeated depictions become contexts for evolving explorations of color and form. Made alongside works of pure abstraction, Woll’s paintings push at the limit of representation, masterfully reigning his seemingly spontaneous brushwork into figuration.

Recent iterations of Woll’s series have found the artist incorporating passages from historic works of art hidden within his paintings of mountains and horses, layering both illusions and allusions within deceptively simple compositions. With playful elegance, these works collapse the lineage of oil painting within singular images, hearkening back to the Old Masters while employing formal strategies out of Modernism. In conversation with the heavy viscosity of Woll’s brushstrokes, which add inches of depth to the painting’s surface, the works become testaments to the history of oil paint not only as a tool of representation but also as a material itself. In his ongoing series we can find the artist delighting in the medium of paint, uncovering new and revelatory possibilities through the act of repetition.

About the Artist...
Andy Woll lives and works in Los Angeles. He has exhibited work at Denny Dimin Gallery, New York, NY; Wilding Cran Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Blum and Poe, Los Angeles, CA; Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York, NY and others. His work has been featured in Cultured Magazine, Artnet, Two Coats of Paint among others. He is represented by Night Gallery.

*To view all artwork pricing & information, click here.
*To inquire about purchasing the art, please email William Hathaway at or call 562-322-4576

Arno, 2021

oil on linen
72 x 88 in (182.9 x 223.5 cm)

Duncan, 2021

oil on linen
18 x 26 in (45.7 x 66 cm)

Leopold, 2021

oil on linen
11 x 14 in (27.9 x 35.6 cm)

Mt. Wilson (Arno I), 2021

oil on linen
54 x 37 5/8 in (137.2 x 95.6 cm)

Mt. Wilson (Las Meninas XI), 2020

oil on linen
54 x 37 5/8 in (137.2 x 95.6 cm)

Mt. Wilsons I, 2020

oil and acrylic on paper
20 1/2 x 14 1/2 in (52.1 x 36.8 cm)

Mt. Wilsons III, 2020

oil and acrylic on paper
Each panel: 22 3/4 x 16 3/4 in (57.8 x 42.6 cm)


Rag & Bone

Park House Members receive 20% off purchases. Exclusions apply. Valid at rag & bone Highland Park Village only. They offer a few easy ways to shop: private appointment, curbside pickup, and rbDelivered. For more information, contact the rag & bone team at 214-443-7800.



Park House Members receive 20% off purchases + complimentary beverages & private appointments upon request. Valid at Frame Highland Park Village location only. For more information or to book a private appointment, contact the Frame team via or 469-620-0871. 


The Britely

The Britely is reimagining the private club mold with modern positivity in a vibrant environment in the heart of The Sunset Strip. We are a community of like-minded and like hearted people who believe that the best fellowship comes from authentic connection and having a good time. With diverse backgrounds and lived experiences, our members seek out joy, curiosity, creativity, and celebrate everything that life in Los Angeles has to bring.


Bruno Roulleux

Managing Director


Andrea Perez

Head of Membership

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