Art Museum of Southeast Texas

Art Museum of Southeast Texas

http://www.amset.org

(409) 832-3432

500 Main Street

Beaumont, TX 77701

CURRENT

Max Bean: You've Got Mail / Art

Art Museum of Southeast Texas

January 28 - March 20, 2016

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 and fauna, riverboats, airplanes, body builders, “Conan the Barbarian” and more.



PAST

Family Arts Day

A family day featuring fun, crafts, and fried crickets.

Caprice Pierucci: Dream State

Austin artist Caprice Pierucci’s sculptures are “tapestries” of interlaced wood resembling woven fabric.

Dornith Doherty: Oasis

Magnified x-ray images drawn from two international seed banks reveal ethereal beauty.

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...

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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...

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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...

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