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Mirrored and Obscured: Contemporary Texas Self-Portraits

Art Museum of Southeast Texas

January 18 - May 11, 2014

A group exhibition examining a range of self-portraiture from artists all over Texas. Participating artists include Adela Andea, Debra Barerra, Michael Bise, James Drake, Sharon Kopriva, Laura Lark, Lawrence Lee, Mary McCleary, Sherry Owens, Sam Reveles, Shaun Roberts, Rusty Scruby, Gael Stack, Kathy Vargas, Jonathan Whitfill, Ann Wood and Xiaoze Xie.  


Earl Staley: Dreamscapes

Stylized landscape memory paintings that illustrate the places Staley has lived: Texas, Mexico, the Mediterranean and New Mexico.

Refocusing the Permanent Collection

AMSET has refocused its collection plan to ensure a more cohesive body of work that is a reflection of the community and contemporaries. The permanent collection is […]

David Everett

Everett depicts the familiar creatures that inhabit the Texas landscape in woodcuts reliefs.

Sally Chandler: The Lost World

Chandler illustrates a fantasy of 18th – 19th century French sensibilities: horse drawn carriages, decorated walls, and sumptuous colors.

San Angelo Ceramics

Representative pieces from the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts’ nationally recognized ceramics collection.

Robert Pruitt: This Rejection of the Conqueror

Large-scale figurative drawings, sculpture, and video of the Houston-based, African American artist Robert Pruitt address timely political and cultural identity issues often with subtle humor.

Meredith Jack: Back in Black

Houston sculptor Meredith Jack has been a full-time faculty member at Lamar University in Beaumont since 1977.  Black’s show will feature small-scale sculptures in an […]

Obsessive Worlds

The obsessive aesthetic; repetitive, excessive, laborious, and meticulous art by 15 notable texans: Charlotte Smith, Shawn Smith, Ellen Frances Tuchman, Paul Booker, Marco Maggi, Gabriel […]

Jamie Paul Kessler: German Pottery Collection

A mere sampling of the vast collection of Beaumont artist and retired elemetary school teacher Jamie Paul Kessler, including groupings of German pop-art pottery from […]

Sedrick Huckaby: From Earth to Heaven

The Art Museum of Southeast Texas features the work of Sedrick Huckaby in the exhibition From Earth to Heaven. The works displayed include a selection […]

Jackie Stubblefield: HIS Glory

The Art Museum of Southeast Texas presents HIS Glory, a series of twelve mixed media works by Beaumont artist and art educator Jackie Stubblefield, on […]

Art of Beer

AMSET holds the annual celebration, Art of Beer, a foam-filled and adventurous fund-raising event on Thursday, October 7. Take this opportunity to sample a selection […]

George Wentz: Joie de Vivre

The Art Museum of Southeast Texas presents an exhibition of work by George Wentz from July 24 through September 26. In March 2010, the Southeast […]

Virgil Grotfeldt: 274296

The beloved Virgil Grotfeldt’s exhibition 274296 is the final body of work the artist created before his death on February 24, 2009. One of Houston’s […]

Rusty Scruby: Playing in the Sand

Rusty Scruby employs engineering techniques to render surfaces representative of waves, ripples or bodies of water in his sculptural works. 19 innovative complex constructions are […]

Hans Molzberger: Return/R

Return, or Rückkehr as it is said in German, includes four large-scale sculpture installations, as well as a recent body of mixed media works by […]

The Madonna as Muse: The Paintings of Ren

The Madonna as Muse, organized by the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, includes 14 paintings of various sizes by Mexican-American artist René Alvarado.