Amarillo Museum of Art
A show of large-scale landscape pinhole photography by Vaughn Wascovich, Associate Professor of Photography, Texas A&M University-Commerce.
Photorealistic sepia-toned paintings of details of the natural world by the Santa Fe-based artist.
The Barretts began collecting Texas art about a quarter of a century ago, first focusing on contemporary artists in the Dallas area and expanding to […]
The Collector: Treasures from the Texas Panhandle marks the opening of the fifteenth in a series of exhibitions organized by the Amarillo Museum of Art […]
The Amarillo Museum of Art and the AMoA Alliance present an invitational exhibition open to area artists of all ages and levels of experience to […]
The Amarillo Museum of Art opens the fall season with two new exhibitions featuring Leo Jensen and Dalia Ramanauskas. For the first time in Texas, […]
At the Art Festival Exhibition you’ll find art vendors selling their finest work made of recycled materials, a recycle boutique with gently used original art […]
Rock On at the Amarillo Museum of Art in celebration of the new exhibition Art of the Music Poster from the 60s and 70s. A […]
The Amarillo Museum of Art and the AMoA Alliance present the Panhandle Artists’ Hanging! This exhibition is open to any area artist working in any […]
Every year the Amarillo Museum of Art honors an art collector. This year, the honoree is a public high school – Amarillo High School. An […]
The Amarillo Museum of Art presents Color in Freedom – Journey along the Underground Railroad by contemporary African American artist Joseph Holston. "The collection of […]
Focusing on artists living within a 600-mile radius of Amarillo, this year’s biennial features a variety of works selected by Dante Marioni, a leading artist […]
AMoA presents Japan the Forbidden Country and the West: Yokohama Woodblock Prints, which features work created at Nagasaki between 1750 and 1850 that was gifted […]
As recommended in our Fall Preview, this show of the Pilchuck-educated Marioni's exquisite glass vessels should be a good one!
Betty Bivins Childers was an impressive, dedicated philanthropist. She was a descendant of the Bivins family, one of the early settlers in the TX Panhandle. […]