Museum of the Southwest
January 20 - March 25, 2018
Portraits of Courage: A Commander in Chief’s Tribute to America’s Warriors features 66 portraits and a four-panel mural painted by President George W. Bush. The works in the show honor the military personnel who served in the wake of 9/11.
An exhibition highlighting the diversity of artists who have lived and worked in West Texas. The show will feature landscape watercolors, drawings and paintings by...Read More
From the artist: “A multi-layered installation composed as a journey through both interior and exterior landscapes consisting of photographs, an artist publication as companion guide...Read More
An exhibition of works by Texas Hill Country sculptor Roger Colombik. Colombik’s works “address a range a conceptual interests that include composing environments of poetic repose in...Read More
An exhibition of works by Midland-raised, New Mexico-based painter Woody Gwyn. Works in the show come from the museum’s permanent collection and from local collectors.
An exhibition of fossilized skeletons and full-size models of the animals that ruled the world millions of years before the age of dinosaurs.
An exhibition featuring the work of Houston-based multimedia sculptor Ben Woitena–this year’s annual show awarded by the collaborative West Texas Triangle consortium of museums.
A retrospective documenting the evolution of Feinstein’s work over the past fifteen years, including works on paper, fabric and 3D monoprints on Plexiglas, sculpture and...Read More
Contemporary serigraphs by forty artists from the collaborative Austin-based residency, The Serie Project. Many of the artists are Latino/Chicano.
Fitzgerald is a professor of painting at Southern Methodist University who divides his time between teaching and painting in the United States and painting and...Read More
The Austin-based National Geographic photographer documents Kumbh Mela, one of the world’s largest spiritual gatherings.
The West Texas Triangle is a collaboration between five art museums in the Southwest Texas region. Besides the Museum of the Southwest, the group includes...Read More
The work of Andrew Hancock, a regular contributing photographer for Sports Illustrated, will be on view in the Here and Now Gallery of the Juliette...Read More
Paintings of small tracts of land found at international, state-to-state and pueblo-county border crossings
Native Texan Billy Keen spent much of his young life hunting, fishing and exploring the high plains of north Texas near Wichita Falls. The outdoors...Read More
A sixth generation Santa Clara potter, for the last 37 years Youngblood has expressed himself primarily in the clay which he harvests from the foothills...Read More
Photographer William Stone specializes in documenting the landscapes and ancient cultures of the American Southwest. Many of Stone’s images are published in media produced by...Read More
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,...Read More
Prints, ceramics and mixed media pieces by Melanie Yazzie, a Navajo of the Salt and Bitter Water clans and an Associate Professor of Art at...Read More
This annual juried exhibition will include approximately 75 works featuring 46 local and national artists from all over the US.
60 color photographs allow us to marvel at this natural wonder without camping equipment, emergency rations or rappelling ropes.
The Museum of the Southwest highlights several nationally known artists collected by their own patrons including Dallas-based painter and public artist, Pamela Nelson. Participating in...Read More
The Museum of Southwest in Midland, Flatbed Press and Burton Pritzker celebrate Pritzker’s new book Forgotten Planes: Burton Pritzker. 87 black-and-white photographs taken among the...Read More
Texas artist Joe Barrington‘s work is being featured simultaneously at five Texas museums!! The five museums comprising the "West Texas Triangle" include The Ellen Noel...Read More
Encaustic paintings by San Diego-area artist Amber George.
Originally from Ohio, Bennett now resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico.