Art Museum of Southeast Texas
December 10 - February 26, 2017
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 intersecting lines and shapes with luscious strokes, giving his works a sense of energy and movement."
An exhibition featuring a site-specific magical, canopied forest by Ann Wood. The show will also feature wall hangings and other sculptures by Wood.
A pre-back to school family day where kids of all ages can learn how to create art using recycled materials!
A screening of a documentary by Marla Fields that explores the life and work of Frank Reaugh. The film will be followed with a Q&A...Read More
An exhibition by Beaumont-based artist Teresa Baker. This show highlight’s the artist use of “textures, color and space by incorporating vinyl coated mesh and other fabrics with...Read More
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...Read More
An exhibition featuring art works by local 12th-grade students. The show is juried by Michael Kennaugh. First through third place winners receive a four-year art scholarship to the...Read More
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...Read More
An exhibition focusing on folk art recently donated to the museum.
An exhibition of ceramics from Southeast Texas native Linnis Blanton. For this show, the artist has tired to transform the landscape of the Anasazi Indians into...Read More
An exhibition featuring recent works produced at Austin’s Flatbed Press.
An event with Santa, cookie decorating, and a holiday tree lighting.
A family day featuring fun, crafts, and fried crickets.
An exhibition of paintings, drawings, and sculptures by Michael Kennaugh.
An exhibition of prints and installations by artist Orna Feinstein. Highlighting her emphasis on sculptural forms, the exhibition will create an immersive environment for the viewer.
An interactive art making program where children and their families will learn how to use recycled materials to create artworks. Held in conjunction with currently...Read More
An exhibition featuring abstract works from the AMSET’s collection, ranging from Texas modernists such as Arthur Turner and Dorothy Hood to abstract works by contemporary...Read More
An exhibition of paintings and drawings by artist Will-Amelia Sterns Price, a major figure in the development of Beaumont’s art scene.
Austin artist Caprice Pierucci’s sculptures are “tapestries” of interlaced wood resembling woven fabric.
An exhibition showcasing the extraordinary work of artist and retired TSU professor Harvey Johnson, including more than 30 paintings and works on paper. A native...Read More
A survey of Eberle’s subtly surreal, intensely worked, highly original sculptures, organized by AMSET.
Magnified x-ray images drawn from two international seed banks reveal ethereal beauty.
Work by Szyk focusing on themes from World War II. Szyk was a Polish Jew who escaped Europe in the wake of the Holocaust and...Read More
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...Read More
The Art Museum of Southeast Texas presents Texas Impressionism: Branding with Brushstroke and Color, 1885-1935, a group exhibition organized by the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum showcasing...Read More
Stylized landscape memory paintings that illustrate the places Staley has lived: Texas, Mexico, the Mediterranean and New Mexico.
The many people and creatures that are muses of vernacular artists, focusing on eyes.
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...Read More
Everett depicts the familiar creatures that inhabit the Texas landscape in woodcuts reliefs.
Chandler illustrates a fantasy of 18th – 19th century French sensibilities: horse drawn carriages, decorated walls, and sumptuous colors.
Paintings of familiar scenes transformed by glowing lights and enveloping darkness.