"Organized by the Tyler Museum of Art, this exhibition presents a look at the work of Dallas-based artist David Bates. The selected works gathered from across the state – including the TMA’s Permanent Collection – highlight several of the artist’s series. Showcasing his ability to work in various mediums, the exhibition includes drawings, paintings, prints and bronze sculptures."
A retrospective of works by Texas artist Lee Cunningham. The show includes oil paintings, photography, sculpture and pottery works by Cunningham, along with photography by her aunt Amelia “Mimi” Castleberry Tierney, and her son, Alan Cammack.
An exhibition featuring artworks borrowed from East Texas collectors. The show includes works by Elaine de Kooning, Robert Motherwell, Lance Letscher, Alexis Serio, Barney Delabano, Jim Dine, Edward Gustav Eisenlohr, Vernon Fisher, Diane Frossard, Dwight Clay Holmes, Gregory Horndeski, William Montgomery, Ancel Nunn, Kelly O’Connor, Lee N. Smith III, Lewis Woods Teel, Robert William Wood and William Young, among others.
"James Kralik (Houston, Texas), avid collector and patron of the arts, donated works by Texas artists Michael Bise, Lucas Johnson, and Mary McCleary. Kralik has gifted his collection to AMSET because of the museum’s dynamic and engaging exhibitions and educational programming."
Am exhibition featuring a selection of Mexican folk art pieces recently donated to the AMSET by Professor John Gaston Fairey, founder of Peckerwood Gardens and former architectural design professor at Texas A&M University.
A show of photographs by Don Russell. "This exhibition highlights the modern African American rodeo cowboy. It features portraits of contemporary cowboys and cowgirls who ride and rope in Cowboys of Color rodeos. The works reveal a tradition of black cowboy culture often overlooked in western history and art."
"This exhibition explores the imagery of the cowboy and cowgirl in American Western art. It will present both the idealization and the working life of men and women of the West. Paintings, sculptures, drawings and rare books are from the collections of the Stark Museum of Art."