San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts
January 29 - March 27, 2016
An exhibition featuring porcelain produced between 1795 and 1850.
Flagons, goblets, cups, all fabricated from solid 18 karat gold and set with amethysts, diamonds, rubies, or sapphires by San Angelo goldsmith Bart Mann.
A retrospective exhibition and catalog of the career of Texas artist Zanne Hochberg (1931 – 2001). Hochberg was a pioneer abstract artist, out of sync...Read More
Abstract, brightly colored paintings by George Mendoza, declared legally blind as a young boy. In spite of his visual handicap he went on to become...Read More
Bert Long gave up a career as a chef in the late 1970s to become a full time artist. Drawing upon the traditions of assemblage,...Read More
“Forceful and witty” abstract sculptures made from discarded machine parts and salvaged steel. His larger works will be installed on the Museum’s Rooftop Terrace and...Read More
An invitational ceramic exhibition featuring Marian Haigh, Ed Gates and Cornelia Henderson Gates. Don’t miss the panel discussion with the artists that is moderated by...Read More
Dallas artist Sherry Owens is showcased in a major exhibition at The San Angelo Museum of Fine Art. The exhibition Sherry Owens: A Survey –...Read More
Works on paper by abstractionist, Bill Pangburn are on view at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts. His most recent body of work is...Read More
San Angelo presents more than 30 recent works in collage and assemblage by Dallas artist James Michael Starr, including an installation made from glass lamp...Read More
Check out some really excellent photographs by Manuel Álvarez Bravo from the Dave Hills Collection.
Check out this exhibit of work by the head of the ceramics department at Hunter College in New York.
As featured in our Fall Preview!!