Martin Museum of Art at Baylor University


Hooper-Schaefer Fine Arts Center

Waco, TX 76798

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Karl Umlauf: A Lifetime of Creativity

An exhibition of paintings by Karl Umlauf–largely inspired by structural land forms and industrial piping systems–celebrates his 25 years as Artist-in-Residence and Professor at Baylor […]

James Surls & Lilian Garcia-Roig

Surls, the acclaimed contemporary artist, is  known for his mytho-poetic sculptures, drawings, and prints inspired by nature and human form. Garcia-Roig’s colorful landscape paintings blend […]

Women in Art & Academia

The exhibition will bring together artwork of the Baylor Art Department faculty alongside other women artist/teachers..

Kermit Oliver: Paintings and Hermès Scarves

Oliver is a contemporary Texas artist working quietly from his home in Waco. Although recently retired, he became known as the “Painting Postman” after a […]

Ann Johnston: Art Quilts

Ann Johnston is a quilt artist with many  years of experience working with dye and fabric. Her quilts are constructed in both traditional and contemporary […]

Galactic Journal: Robert Reed

A solo exhibition of contemporary paintings, drawings, and collages by Yale professor of painting and printmaking, Robert Reed. A gallery talk will take place during […]

Jason Hess: New Work

Wood fired ceramics reflect fifteen years of researching the alchemy of the process.

Makoto Fujimura and Bruce Herman

A touring exhibtion and concert responds to the generative poem Four Quartets by T. S. Eliot. Featuring paintings by Makoto Fujimura and Bruce Herman,  along […]

Sedrick Huckaby: Faith and Family

Huckaby’s quilt paintings symbolize the heroic power of tradition and faith. With a presentation by Sedrick Huckaby on Friday, October 12, 1:25-2:30pm, in room 149, […]

Chuck Hindes and Ron Meyers: Recent Work

Ron Meyers’ functional red earthenware pieces are made in a casual and relaxing manner that reflects individual and human qualities from the forming process.Chuck Hindes’ […]

McRay Magleby Silkscreen Posters

McRay Magleby was named by graphic design magazine HOW, as one of the twelve most influential designers in the country. Thirty of Magleby’s hand-pulled silkscreen […]

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