Art Museum of Southeast Texas
September 25 - November 29, 2015
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.
Representative pieces from the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts’ nationally recognized ceramics collection.
Photographs capturing nature’s sublime beauty and mystery, full of etherial atmospheric light.
Paintings of familiar scenes transformed by glowing lights and enveloping darkness.
AMSET showcases 10 years of acquisitions from their permanent collection.
111 paintings and nine three-dimensional works by national and international contemporary marine artists. Southeast Texas has a unique connection to marine life because of its...Read More
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.
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...Read More
Paintings by local artist and designer Joey Blazek on view in the museum’s café.
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...Read More
40 works of contemporary folk art by regional and national artists drawn from AMSET’s collection. While limited in resources, these artists possess an abundance of...Read More
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...Read More
The good old days come back to haunt us as father/son nostalgia-art duo Randy and Bryan Welborn capture life growing up in Beaumont during the...Read More
The Art Museum of Southeast Texas presents two dynamic exhibitions showcasing artwork depicting natural panoramas and wildlife. Mark Messersmith: Scenic Delusions of Ordinary Disappointments and...Read More
Edward Eisenlohr: Painting Across the Texas Landscape consists of twenty-one paintings by the renowned early Texas landscape painter, Edward G. Eisenlohr (1872-1961). The works selected...Read More
Southeast Texas Art: Cross Currents and Influences presents an opportunity to revisit the artwork of Southeast Texas artists who are credited with impacting and promoting...Read More
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...Read More