Beeville Art Museum

Beeville Art Museum

(361) 358-8615

401 East Fannin

Beeville, TX 78104


The Rockport Way

Beeville Art Museum

January 20 - April 26, 2018

The Rockport Way features a selection of work by artists who exhibit in the Rockport area. The show is a collaborative effort between the Beeville Art Museum and the Rockport Center for the Arts.


Margaret Smithers-Crump: In Silence

An exhibition of works by Houston artist Margaret Smithers-Crump. The pieces in the show are inspired by nature and the fragility of the Earth’s ecosystems.

Curtis Gannon: Urban Myth

An exhibition of recent work by Houston-based artist Curtis Gannon. Using American action comics as inspiration for his work, Gannon has used a range of materials to...

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Crystal Farris: Changes

An exhibition of watercolors by Beeville artist Crystal Farris. Farris employs butterfly imagery to symbolize change.

Sarah Greene Reed: Decade

A 10 year survey of the artist’s digital collage work. The Austin-based artist, a proponent of “more is more,” creates large, colorful, multi-layered collages, featuring...

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Alberto Godoy: Wet Feet/Dry Feet

The Beeville Art Museum presents an exhibition of works by Cuban-born artist Alberto Godoy on view September 2. Wet Feet/Dry Feet features Godoy’s paintings which...

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Great Texas Sculpture Roundup

Now this is a Texas sculpture show! If you’re anywhere near Beeville, be sure to stop in and check out this show. It features work...

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Then and Now: The World of Kermit Oliver

Reclusive artist Kermit Oliver‘s paintings are well-known throughout Texas, and rightfully so. His work is in museum collections across the state. His still lifes, landscapes,...

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A Portrait of the Artist

Prints from the collection of the Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation, including works by Rembrandt, van Dyck, Hogarth, and Goya. Don’t miss this show!!

H. C. Dodd

Based in Houston, Dodd began to paint seriously at the age of 67, after rearing seven children. She studied at the Glassell School of Art...

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