Martin Museum of Art at Baylor University
A show featuring work by BFA seniors Sofia Carrillo, Caroline Layne, and Allie Lovell.
An exhibition of works from the private collection of San Antonio collector Joe A. Diaz. The selection includes works by Luis Jiménez, Gaspar Enriquez, Cesar Martinez, and...Read More
An exhibition of works by Bonnie Stahlecker and David Morrison. This husband and wife duo brings together printmaking, bookbinding, and drawing to create delicate, intricate sculptures...Read More
An exhibition of drawings by Doris Schläpfer and Erin Wiersma.
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...Read More
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...Read More
The exhibition will bring together artwork of the Baylor Art Department faculty alongside other women artist/teachers..
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...Read More
The Martin Museum of Art at Baylor University will feature the annual beginning March 27th at 5:30pm and running through April 15th. Renowned Texas artist,...Read More
The Martin Museum of Art at Baylor University will feature the first biennial 2014 Baylor Department of Art Faculty Exhibition.
The Contact series is comprised of 13 quilts. Johnston explores design techniques and precision color mixing in her large fabrics.
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...Read More
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...Read More
Original works of art created by the Baylor students. juried by sculptor Jesús Moroles.
23 artists as visual storytellers.
Wood fired ceramics reflect fifteen years of researching the alchemy of the process.
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...Read More
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,...Read More
Works by members of Fiber Revolution, a network of artists promoting the excitement of fiber art.
Printmaking from the esteemed Austin printshop.
The Texas Atomic Iron Commission is a collaborative organization that brings together universities, industry, students and artists. The exhibition features cast iron sculptures by eleven...Read More
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’...Read More
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...Read More
Big oil paintings of miniature, everyday household objects.
The Martin Museum of Art at Baylor University features the work of four artists in their new exhibition. Phillip Ahnen’s ceramic sculptures explore a fascination...Read More