San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts
February 16 - April 9, 2017
From the museum: "Abilene native Clint Hamilton (1928-2001) was a prodigy who made a successful career in Dallas and New York. His friends and artistic collaborators included Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns, at a time before they were well-known. This exhibit showcases a fascinating selection of Hamilton’s assemblages, collages, drawings, and window display designs from the collection of the Grace Museum."
February 16 - April 9, 2017
An exhibition showcasing the art by 20 contemporary Texas artists who create works inspired by the state's landscape.
A lecture by Phillip E. Collins, former Chief Curator of the African American Museum in Dallas.
An exhibition exploring the work of José Arpa, an artist who is partially responsible for bringing Impressionism to Texas.
A show of preparatory drawings and small sculptures by artist John Raimondi.
A lecture by William T. Harris, CEO and President of of Space Center Houston. Harris will talk about his experience in museums and about the potential of future...Read More
A Dia de Los Muertos celebration event featuring art activities, dance, food, and more!
The Arts of the Islamic World: Treasures from the San Antonio Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.
An exhibition showcasing glass, ceramics, manuscripts, and other treasures from the San Antonio Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.
An exhibition of works by Frank Reaugh. The show features oil paintings and drawings by Reaugh, but mainly focuses on his pastel sketches of the Texas landscape. Many...Read More
An exhibition of works by Roger Colombik. The pieces in the show are inspired by the artist’s travels and the “synergetic relationship between memory and history.”
An exhibition featuring new work by ASU’s art faculty members: Esteban Apodaca, Katherine Bunker, Edwin Cuenco, Randy Hall, Chris Stewart, Ben Sum, and John Vinklarek.
An exhibition of ceramics juried by independent curator Christy Johnson.
An exhibition featuring the largest works in the museum’s collection.
An exhibition featuring porcelain produced between 1795 and 1850.
An exhibition exploring the cultures of the Mediterranean region of the 19th and 20th centuries. During this period, “American artists became interested in the aspects of...Read More
An exhibition of works on loan from the Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation.
An exhibition of metal, wood, and stone works by Houston-based sculptor Ben Woitena, this summer’s West Texas Triangle featured artist.
An exhibition surveying the career of artist Patricia Nix with assemblages, paintings and oil and collage works made since 1965 and including brand new works...Read More
Three exhibitions of ceramic arts open simultaneously–Portraits of the Earth featuring the work of two ceramic artists Margaret Boozer and Juan Granados, 100 Years: A...Read More
Part of an ongoing Community Dialogue lecture series, Margaret Blagg (former Director of the Old Jail Art Center) will discuss the paintings of early Texas...Read More
With a nod to Baroque-period collector’s cabinets, SAMFA opens two new, eclectic shows that assemble a variety of art and curiosities. West Texas Wunderkammer showcases...Read More
This is the fifth and final iteration of exhibitions of Ken Little, the 2014 West Texas Triangle artist.
Featuring 123 works by North American artists, selected by Exhibition Juror Léopold Foulem of Montréal, Canada, this exhibition also includes a selection of pieces by...Read More
This exhibit, with works loaned from the Heritage Museum in Big Spring, the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum in Canyon, and private collectors, is a glimpse...Read More
This exhibition draws from SAMFA’s permanent collection and the collections of other West Texas museums, to bring a selection of paintings, drawings, photographs, prints, and...Read More
Singleton features a selection of bronzes loaned from San Angelo collectors Dr. William Buche and his wife Randi. Singleton is known as a sculptor of...Read More
Freeman will present a lecture entitled: Propelling Museums into the Future through Technology. Light refreshments will be served.
Para La Familia: Paintings by Ricardo Hernandez and Fidencio Duran features narrative paintings by two Texas artists who draw from their own personal and family histories.
The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts presents West Texas Triangle: Danville Chadbourne, a retrospective of the work of sculptor Danville Chadbourne.
The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts has been collecting contemporary ceramics since its beginning in 1985. Thanks to a very generous recent donation by...Read More
Ethel Wilson Harris and Fernando Ramos became the driving forces behind three art tile factories known collectively as the San José Workshops, operating between 1931...Read More
A ceramic exhibit celebrating the tenth anniversary of Austin’s Art of the Pot Tour, a series of studio tours, public lectures and gallery and museum...Read More
Dr. Wagner will discuss the history of the representation of American wildlife in American art, featuring the works of bronze sculptor Edward Kemeys.
Texas scene painters from 1920 – 1980 and also work from contemporary Texas artists. The majority of the paintings dated 1920-1980 are from the collection...Read More