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 […]
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"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 […]
This nationwide traveling exhibition is comprised of photographs, stories, and 200 vintage aprons. Curated by EllynAnne Geisel, the contributors to Apron Chronicles "recall people who […]
The Grace Museum presents work by Texas artist and professor at the University of Houston-Clear Lake, Sandria Hu.
Imaging Blackness, 1915–2002: Film Posters from the Indiana University Black Film Center/Archive includes 43 posters from almost a century of independent black cinema.
This will be the first-ever museum show of work by members of the Automotive Fine Arts Society. If you dig cars, this show is for […]
Into the Woods features Cuban-born artist Lilian Garcia-Roig‘s plein-air paintings. Roig was awarded a 2006 Joan Mitchell Award for excellence in the arts!!
Curated by Virginia Dodier (photography historian, curator, and director of the Carlsbad Museum & Art Center in New Mexico), this traveling exhibit, Nosotras, features 50 […]
Surreal images of the aftermath of Huricanne Katrina by Dan Burkholder, innovator of digital photography and creator of the digital negative.
Organized by the George Eastman House, Picturing Eden features work by 37 national and international artists, including Maso Yamamoto, Lyle Gomes, Izima Kaora, Michael Kenna, […]
"Ami Sims, founder of the Alzheimer’s Art Quilt Initiative and curator of this show, began contacting professional quilters in 2005 with the idea of a […]
Contemporary Ceramics is taken from the San Angelo Museum of Art's stunning collection and features 40 pieces from artists around the world. Includes: Gary Molitar, […]