Tyler Museum of Art
March 11 - June 3, 2018
"An exhibition featuring more than 40 works by Fort Worth-based artist Helen Altman. Sticks and Stones particularly focuses on the artist's fascination with flora and fauna, which 'have been a much-appreciated constant in my life,' the artist said. 'They have been a constant source of joy and also a source of coping.'"
An exhibition featuring works by local area high school students.
An exhibition featuring screen prints and Polaroid photographs by Pop artist Andy Warhol.
An exhibition of recent paintings by Fort Worth artist Daniel Blagg. The pieces in the show “depict a wide variety of decaying objects found along roads,...Read More
The Tyler Museum will unveil the newly restored John Biggers mural A History of Education in Morris County. The presentation will also feature other selected works by Biggers.
A show featuring works by Shannon Cannings, Leigh Merrill, and Kelly O’Connor. The exhibition explores themes of nostalgia and Americana and serves as a celebration of...Read More
“Organized by the Tyler Museum of Art, Double Take: Works by Ed Blackburn presents the first major museum survey of Blackburn’s “movie” works from the...Read More
An exhibition highlighting works that focus on themes of flora and fauna. Featured artists in the exhibition include Helen Altman, Mark Messersmith, Melissa Miller, Luis...Read More
An exhibition of collages, photographs, drawings, and sketchbooks that map out Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s process of creative massive environmental installations.
An exhibition highlighting the evolution of the museum’s permanent collection and paying homage to museum donors Amy & Vernon Faulconer.
An exhibition of works by glass master Dale Chihuly. The exhibition will survey Chihuly’s 40-year career, drawing from private and public collections across the state.
An exhibition of works exploring 90 years of African-American art.
An exhibition of works by photographer Ansel Adams. Exploring ways to capture the natural wonder of the Western Landscape, Adams is famous for his “high-contrast prints on...Read More
An exhibition of sculptures by Candyce Garrett.
An exhibition featuring more than 20 large-scale sculptures crafted only from Lego bricks by Nathan Sawaya.
An exhibition of portraits by artist Lynda Lanker in a variety of media celebrating the heroines who’ve helped mold the modern American West.
An exhibition featuring more than 20 paintings–including brand new pieces–by Fort Worth artist John Hartley, grouped together with objects from the artist’s private collection.
The 11th Annual High School Art Exhibition features works by students in the surrounding areas, selected by a panel of art professionals.
Photographs from the George Eastman House Collection give an encyclopedic overview of the war. The concurrent show, The American Civil War’s Impact on Tyler, spotlights...Read More
30 notable works the museum has acquired since the 1970s, representing a cross-section of artists who have made an impact on the contemporary Texas scene....Read More
This exhibition explores the major cultures and monuments of the Mediterranean region through the art works of American artists of the late 19th and early...Read More
The Mediterranean region through the works of American artists during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
30 recent works by the Dallas native painter merge nature guide and mystical totemism.
Paul Strand made two trips to Mexico during 1932 to 1934 during which he captured images of the country during a time of profound change....Read More
Mexican folk art spans a period of over five hundred years. This exhibition showcases approximately 60 pieces of Mexican Folk Art collected over the last...Read More
Experience the beauty of Texas Impressionism.
Works by N.C., Andrew & Jamie Wyeth from public and private collections across Texas.
Dandies, Damsel, Witches & Weavers: Figuration in 19th Century American Art from the Graham Williford Collection
Artist and Tyler Junior College professor Derrick White’s boisterous fusions of brush strokes, mixed-media collage, and screen-printing.
“Spare and inferential” paintings based on archetypal bowl and house forms.
Highlights from the famed artist colony, featuring works by Augustus Saint-Gaudens (shown) and Maxfield Parrish.
[As featured in our Fall Preview 2009]: This is a traveling show from wHY ARCHITECTURE, the firm that is designing the Tyler Museum’s new building....Read More