Art Museum of Southeast Texas

Art Museum of Southeast Texas

(409) 832-3432

500 Main Street

Beaumont, TX 77701


Paraíso y Presa (Paradise and Prey)

Art Museum of Southeast Texas

June 15 - September 2, 2018

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.

FRESH: The James Kralik Collection

Art Museum of Southeast Texas

June 15 - September 2, 2018

"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."


Anthony Sonnenberg: Still Stage, Set Life

“Recognized for his skills with ceramics, forming opulent candlesticks, chandeliers and arrangements, artist Anthony Sonnenberg also makes crowns, clothing, mixed media wall pieces, installations, and...

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Shaun Roberts: Rebels and Renegades

“Shaun Roberts lives in Nacogdoches, Texas, where he works as Assistant Professor of Painting at Stephen F. Austin State University. The artist’s compositions are often inspired...

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Sirena LaBurn: Endless, Texas

Endless, Texas is an exhitbiion of works by Germany-based artist Sirena LaBurn. The pieces explore what one would encounter when wandering through a desert in America.

Sense of Home: The Art of Richard Stout

A major retrospective of works by Houston artist Richard Stout. The show features the artist’s abstract expressionist paintings and sculptures.

FRESH: Recent Acquisitions

An exhibition of recent acquisitions from AMSET’s permanent collection. This show will include works by Helen Altman, Michael Bise, Linnis Blanton, Lester Davis, James Drake, Orna Feinstein,...

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Sherry Owens: Fabric of Life

A show of works by Dallas artist Sherry Owens. In her art, Owns uses found materials from the natural world in order to push “our preconceived understanding...

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Steve Murphy: It's All Come Down to This

A show of sculptures by Houston artist Steve Murphy. In his work, Murphy explores the basic elements of sculpture—line, shape, color, form, space, texture and value.

David Aylsworth: Either/And

A show of works by Houston artist David Aylsworth. The artist “is inspired by images around him, in both a mental and physical sense, and paints...

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Ann Wood: Curtain Call

An exhibition featuring a site-specific magical, canopied forest by Ann Wood. The show will also feature wall hangings and other sculptures by Wood.

Birds in Art

An annual juried exhibition organized by the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin”In April and May, Southeast Texas boasts one of the largest migratory...

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Max Bean: You've Got Mail / Art

An exhibition of envelope art by self-taught Southeast Texas artist Max Bean. The artist wrote to his daughter, illustrating his letters with fantastical images of flora...

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