Ellen Noel Art Museum of the Permian Basin
April 5 - May 20, 2018
"Momoyo Torimitsu’s Somehow, I Don’t Feel Comfortable features two giant, smiling pink bunnies facing off and pitching forward within a confined space. Known for addressing social issues, Torimitsu cramps the adorable bunnies into tight spaces to communicate her displeasure for what she calls “the cuteness syndrome” propagated by her native country, Japan’s Hello Kitty culture."
“This exhibition explores the Looney Tunes characters and their capers as brought to life by Jones and voice artist Mel Blanc under the auspices of...Read More
An exhibition featuring paintings by artist Annita Delano. Delano was known as one of the leading modernist painters in California.
Artist José Cisneros (1910-2009) creates pen-and-ink illustrations of Mexican, American and Spanish history. He depicted conquistadors in military garb who proudly claimed territory for Spain...Read More
The West Texas Triangle, an alliance of five art museums, presents the works of prolific sculptor Catherine Lee. Born and mostly raised in Pampa Texas,...Read More
The Ellen Noel Art Museum presents the exhibition The Art of Devotion: Latin American Religious Art from the Collection of the San Angelo Museum of...Read More
50 objects from the 19th Century Victorian Beadwork collection of Sandra Bassett of Dallas, Texas is now exhibited at The Ellen Noël Art Museum. For...Read More
The Ellen Noël Art Museum announces an exhibition of British paintings from 1550-1800 from the Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation. Featuring a selection of landscape paintings...Read More
Lithographs, woodcuts, engravings and etchings from masters like Durer, Goya and Callot, created between 1495 to 1825, which cover the perpetual state of war in...Read More
"Featuring artists such as Helen Frankenthaler, Andy Warhol, Robert Motherwell, Jim Dine, Kiki Smith, Christo, Louise Bourgeois, Roy Lichtenstein, Lee Krasner, Berenice Abbott, Edward Steichen...Read More