Longview Museum of Fine Arts
A retrospective of works by Texas artist Lee Cunningham. The show includes oil paintings, photography, sculpture and pottery works by Cunningham, along with photography by her aunt Amelia...Read More
An exhibition of aboriginal art from the museum’s collection.
An exhibition featuring art by Daniel Hays and Terreneco Hammond.
An exhibition featuring more than fifty original artworks by George Rodrigue.
An exhibition juried by Joey Blazek.
An exhibition of works that “look on the dark side of life.”
An exhibition of works by East Texas artists including Bob Spangler, Mark Hiett, Hank O’Neal, Scott Campbell, Joe Mraz, and Ellen Soffer.
A show of photography by Brian Moore.
A show of the best photographs submitted, selected by O. Rufus Lovett.
Nachmias creates expressionist graphics with innovative block printing and handmade pulp paper, using his experience as a musician, performer and artist and illustrating Brooklyn nostalgia...Read More
A fun-filled night at Longview Museum of Fine Arts where every corner of the museum will be filled with exciting and fun things to do....Read More
Part of Bott’s statewide DoV retrospective, featuring socio-political work most commercial galleries wouldn’t touch.
A large sculptural installation and maybe a dozen, or more, revealing Barbie cibachromes.
Cowboys and Indians features Andy Warhol’s 14 piece Western Series along with works by Porfirio Salinas, G. Harvey, Bill Singleton, Earl Biss and works from...Read More
The Longview Museum of Fine Art hosts its 51st Annual High School Exhibit juried by Ray Daniel from the University of North Texas and former...Read More
LMFA presents Robert Jessup's Themes & Stories: A Selection of Paintings and Drawings from the Last Decade. This ten-year survey of UNT Painting Professor Jessup's...Read More
LMFA brings home fifteen local artists for this celebratory exhibit, including O. Rufus Lovett (shown). Dr. Everett Ellin, former Assistant Director of the Guggenheim Museum,...Read More
"Realistic painters and brothers from Fort Worth unite to bring a gigantic exhibit for the holidays."