Tyler Museum of Art
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. [...]
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 [...]
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. [...]
"Scenes from the American West showcases more than 60 artworks from the collection of Arthur J. Phelan, a native of Chevy Chase, Maryland, who began [...]
A traveling exhibit of one of the storied collections of early Texas art, the Hock Shop collection of former pawnshop proprietor-turned-ice cream parlor magnate A.C. [...]
Recent Works by Tyler Junior College Art faculty member