Beeville Art Museum
May 21 - July 21, 2016
An exhibition featuring sculptures, prints, drawings, and paintings by Houston-based artist Meredith Jack. Jack considers himself a reactive artist, responding to the materials at hand, and working without a predetermined blueprint for the objects he creates.
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...Read More
An exhibition of more than 65 photos by San Antonio-based husband/wife team Karen Zimmerly and John Mattson documenting rural communities in Texas.
Houston-based artist Dixie Friend-Gay is best-known for her large-scale public installations. Proposal boards, preliminary drawings, and original paintings from several of her past and current...Read More
Highlights from the MFAH’s Bayou Bend collection of 19th century Texas furniture, paintings, textiles, silver and pottery in Beeville!
Paul Hester & Lisa Hardaway specialize in architectural photography for architects and architectural publications.
The works of three contemporary artists will be exhibited at the Beeville Art Museum. The three painters selected for the exhibition, Christoper St. Leger, Ellen Tanner,...Read More
The Beeville Art Museum hosts a solo exhibition of works by landscape artist Sylvia Benitez, an East Coast native now living and working in Seguin,...Read More
An exhibition of watercolors by Beeville artist Crystal Farris. Farris employs butterfly imagery to symbolize change.
A solo exhibition of works by Mark David Bradford, aka “Scrapdaddy,” featuring his much-loved motorized art cars, along with his smaller, fixed sculptures.
Selections from the delightfully whimsical collection of San Antonio writer, consultant, and world-traveler and “accidental collector” Sherry Kafka Wagner.
Painting, Sculpture and Glass Work by Jayne Duryea, Division Chair of Fine Arts and Kinesiology at Coastal Bend College in Beeville, Texas.
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...Read More
Familiar selections from the MFAH’s African Gold Collection. The late Alfred C. Glassell, Jr. said it all: “It’s not just they are made of gold,...Read More
The Beeville Museum has rouded up a passel of ’em: Ryan Adcock, Cande Aguilar, Ila Briseno, Lee Cohen, Crystal Farris, David Freeman, Jessica Godfrey, Andy...Read More
Ken Little curates Home in San Antone- Artist in Academics: San Antonio at the Beeville Art Museum. The exhibition, which is the second in a...Read More
In celebration of its 10th anniversary, the Beeville Art Museum hosts an exhibition of artists who have been highlighted in exhibitions at the museum in...Read More
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...Read More
An exhibition of works by Houston arts faculty from the Glassell School of Art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Rice University, Texas Southern...Read More
In an art world where careers come and go in ten years, Richard Stout is in it for the long run. The Beeville Art Museum...Read More
New works from Bobbye Bennett and Carol Fleming.
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...Read More
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,...Read More
Check out Cologne-based photographer Poncar’s seriously striking work from the Himalayas, Tibet, and Cambodia.
Prints from the collection of the Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation, including works by Rembrandt, van Dyck, Hogarth, and Goya. Don’t miss this show!!
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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...Read More
Krause received the first Prix de Rome and the first Fulbright/Hays fellowship ever awarded to a photographer. Don't miss his show in Dallas this month...Read More