Amarillo Museum of Art
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A biennial that focuses on expanding the definition of sculpture and challenges the notion of “objectness.” Juried by Leigh Arnold, Assistant Curator at the Nasher Sculpture...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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,...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
Every year the Amarillo Museum of Art honors an art collector. This year, the honoree is a public high school – Amarillo High School. An...Read More
The Amarillo Museum of Art presents Color in Freedom – Journey along the Underground Railroad by contemporary African American artist Joseph Holston. "The collection of...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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....Read More