Stark Museum of Art
June 16 - September 29, 2018
"This exhibition explores the imagery of the cowboy and cowgirl in American Western art. It will present both the idealization and the working life of men and women of the West. Paintings, sculptures, drawings and rare books are from the collections of the Stark Museum of Art."
June 16 - September 29, 2018
A show of photographs by Don Russell. "This exhibition highlights the modern African American rodeo cowboy. It features portraits of contemporary cowboys and cowgirls who ride and rope in Cowboys of Color rodeos. The works reveal a tradition of black cowboy culture often overlooked in western history and art."
“From 1845-1848, artist Paul Kane camped and canoed across the North American continent, sketching in watercolor and oil paints along the way. He wanted to...Read More
An exhibition presenting “a unique examination of twentieth-century images of the American West as seen through the eyes of the members of the Taos Society...Read More
A show of works that depict the idyllic nature of the American West.
An exhibition showcasing the collections of the Stark and Lutcher families of Orange, Texas. The show features cars, sculpture, china, pottery, paintings, books, and more!
In this workshop, participants will study the work of Emil Bisttram and then create work based on his designs and concepts. Go here to reserve...Read More
An exhibition of John James Audubon’s influential depictions of North American birds and animals in their typical gestures and natural environments–including pastels, engravings, lithographs, printed...Read More
In 1895, Newcomb Pottery was established in New Orleans as part artist collective, part social experiment and part business. (The “social experiment” part involved teaching...Read More
Retiring Managing Director Patsy Herrington’s favorite decorative art objects from The W.H. Stark House collections.
Four medieval Books of Hours from the Stark’s collection, each open to a page containing a hand-painted illustration of a bird.
Forensic artist Lois Gibson speaks on “The Art of Catching Criminals”, at the Lutcher Theater, 707 W. Main Avenue, Orange, Texas. The lecture is followed...Read More
Art from the collections arranged by medium, with interactive areas that offer visitors the chance to draw, coil pots, weave on a Navajo-style loom. Videos...Read More
The Art of Nicolai Fechin (1881-1955) and Leon Gaspard (1882-1964). Both artists emigrated from Russia and settled in the American Southwest.
The Stark Museum of Art announces the opening of the exhibition Lands Fit for the Camel: Images from the Mexican Boundary Surveys. This exhibit explores...Read More
The Stark Museum of Art holds a gallery spotlight and a reception on Tuesday, February 1st to celebrate the life and artistry of internationally acclaimed...Read More
Check out the Stark Museum of Art’s collection of medieval illuminated manuscripts exhibited within a setting of twentieth-century wall tapestries that were inspired by arts...Read More
"In Pistols: Dazzling Firearms, fifty exceptional American firearms illustrate how art, historical events, and popular culture have influenced the design and symbolism of decorative weaponry....Read More
Organized by the Dallas Museum of Art, Bluebonnets and Beyond: Julian Onderdonk, American Impressionist features over 90 paintings loaned from public and private collections. Dr....Read More
The Stark Museum of Art, the W.H. Stark House, and Shangri La Botanical Gardens and Nature Center will all participate in the seventh annual Art...Read More
Just in time for the holidays, the Stark Museum presents seven beautifully hand-painted manuscripts that will be open to devotional images related to the Christmas...Read More
Thirtieth Anniversary Treasures: Unseen Works from the Stark Collection is a special exhibition at the Stark Museum of Art celebrating, what else, the Museum’s thirtieth anniversary....Read More
In celebration of the Stark’s 30th anniversary, this special five-part exhibit features more than 80 artworks from the museum’s collection, some never before displayed to...Read More
Highlighted will be John James Audubon’s double elephant folio of The Birds of America, including the Great Blue Heron, and work by other early naturalists...Read More
Bluestone creates woven tapestries using traditional techniques and the Fibonacci code.
For this annual event's second year they've decided to open each book to a new page!! If they keep this up it will only take...Read More
Visitors to the recent Modern West show at MFAH will remember two outstanding John Henry Twachtman paintings of Yellowstone sulphur pools; well, the Stark Museum...Read More
Gustave Baumann is an American master of color woodcut. Check out his beautiful, yet rugged prints of the Southwest.