September 14 - January 18, 2014
This exhibition explores the major cultures and monuments of the Mediterranean region through the art works of American artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
September 11 - February 15, 2014
The American women’s club movement began in 1868 when Jane Cunningham Croly, a professional New York journalist, was denied admittance to an all-male press club event honoring Charles Dickens. In response, she formed a club for women called Sorosis, a Greek word meaning “an aggregation; a sweet flavor of many fruits.” The West Texas Club Woman 1880-1950 exhibition features club woman fashions and artifacts and presents the story Abilene women's organizations contributions to West Texas culture and education.
Dr. White will discuss American art at the beginning of the 20th century and the lure of Mediterranean scenes for American artists.
The Grace Museum is engaging art with McMurry University Professor of Art, Kathie Walker-Millar. Walker-Millar will share information about her recent trip to Peru and discuss [...]
The Grace Museum presents West Texas Triangle: Danville Chadbourne.
Trees presents meticulous on-site drawings celebrating trees as enduring symbols for Weary’s life-long advocacy for nature conserved.
The Dutiful Daughter is an exhibition of still life photography by Laura Pickett Calfee. It is a tribute to the keeper of family memories and [...]
Suitable Subjects is a group exhibition featuring still lifes by 35 contemporary artists. The exhibition explores a wide variety of contemporary responses to the still [...]
Dallas photographer, Nancy Newberry explores young women’s roles in contemporary culture. Her most well-known series features the Texas tradition of exchanging and wearing homecoming mums [...]
The Lasting Legacy of the Abilene Fine Arts Museum: 75 Years of Collecting Fine Art for the Citizens of Abilene
Seventy-five works of art selected from the current collection celebrate the individuals who laid the foundation for the permanent art collection.
Over 100 paintings dating 1885-1935 challenge the perception that Impressionism in Texas was provincial and outside the mainstream of American and European art. Organized by [...]
Texas landscapes by Dallas based Photographer David H.Gibson.
Flora and fauna of Texas inspire Austin sculptor David Everett and Fort Worth painter Billy Hassell. Curated by Grace Museum curator, Judy Tedford Deaton.
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, [...]
Pastel paintings imbue suburbia, carnival arcades, city store windows with a mystical, almost surreal, quality.
Important works by Texas modernist Loren Mozley (1905-1989) dating from the late 1930s through the 1970s.
Three generations of artistic cross currents among Texas artists/teachers and their artist/students.
Photographs by Earlie Hudnall, Jr., Michael Nye, Jecko Vassilev, Eduard Gladkov, Marion Post Wilcott, June Van Cleef, Annie Noggle, Bill Wright, Dennis Fagan and others [...]
Alexandre Hogue: An American Visionary, Paintings and Works on Paper provides a retrospective of the works Hogue produced over seven decades. This exhibition, curated by [...]
The Grace Museum presents an exhibition of the work of Texas artist Mary McCleary. An Act of Faith: The Art of Mary McCleary focuses on [...]
A recent gift from the artist to the Wright Photography Collection at The Grace Museum is the focus of this exhibition of 26 silver gelatin [...]
Fort Worth artist Ann Ekstrom showcases a new series of painting in her exhibition Full Bloom curated by Judy Deaton of The Grace Museum. Ekstrom [...]
Alice Wright’s exhibition at The Grace Museum continues with the theme of Texas Flora included their Fall exhibition programming. Alice’s Garden includes portraits of flowers [...]
The Grace Museum presents an exhibition of sculpture by Beverly Penn in Still Nature on view through January 8th, 2011 in the Main Gallery. Penn’s [...]
The history vault at The Grace Museum is a reminder of the time when high-tech was low-tech and that maybe those weren’t such simpler times. [...]
A rare album of photographs by American landscape photographer Ansel Adams is now on view at The Grace Museum in the exhibition Yosemite 1938: On [...]
"Texas Art Seen, guest curated by Carl McQueary, features 70 rarely publicly exhibited early- to mid-twentieth century paintings from private and public collections. The works [...]
The exhibition is the first solo exhibition since the artist’s death in 2005.
Time Mediated Anomalies, High Desert Paintings by TCU Professor James Woodson was inspired by the sweeping southwestern panoramas of Texas and New Mexico.
The Grace Museum presents a do-not-miss exhibit, featuring 21 sculptures and 12 large-scale drawings by Texas art giant James Surls. The exhibition will feature Surls’ [...]
Ft. Worth-based artist Helen Altman brings her most recent torch drawings, hand woven wire birds, and beautiful printed blankets to the Grace.
If you didn’t see the show in Austin, here’s your chance to check it out! The Grace Museum plays host to the Austin Museum of [...]
The Art Guys are coming to town! Cloud Cuckoo Land features "drawings, maquettes, ephemera, and documentation from twenty-five years of projects, proposals, failed schemes, and [...]