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An exhibition featuring artworks by students from the Southwest School of Art in San Antonio.
An exhibition featuring works by ceramic artists Susan Budge, Jeff Forster, Verne Funk, Pat Johnson, Wendan Lin, James Watkins, and Tracye Wear.
Works by San Antonio-based sculptor Danville Chadbourne. “Known for his craftsmanship and use of primal materials such as wood and clay, Chadbourne’s work is often likened to...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by Texas painters Randy Bacon, Mary Baxter, David Caton, Margie Crisp, Keith Davis, Charles Ford, Pat Gabriel, Billy Hassell, Lee Jamison,...Read More
Recent paintings by artist Jeff Jennings’ explore the interactions of man-made structures and the natural environment.
Art car models created by Victoria ISD students.
Award winning art cars at the Nave Museum, curated by Ann Harithas, and Victoria’s first Art Car Parade!
Paintings by Texas artists James Ferdinand McCan (1869-1925) and Royston Nave (1886-1930), two husbands of Emily Nave, the museum’s builder.
New work, focusing on things Victorian, for Victoria, TX. Getting the game on the Greek Revival facade of the exterior, filling the guts of the...Read More
The Nave Museum in Victoria, Texas presents the work of David Adickes in the exhibition His World of Color. Paris school paintings and small sculptures...Read More
Drawings, glass, and mixed media works.
"An exhibition of paintings, sculptures and ceramics from the private collection of Carl R. McQueary of Austin, Texas. Though the Modernist movement was not unique...Read More
This retrospective will be the first exhibit of O’Connor‘s work since her death in 2002.
Organized by Clint Willour, the exhibit contains selections from twenty-five years of drawings, proposals, failed schemes, and pipe dreams of the notorious duo, Michael Galbreath...Read More
Harithas presents her most recent Texas-based surrealism collages.
If you have never visited Victoria, you should now! Read more about Royston Nave and his paintings, then check out this beautiful museum.