March 27 - September 4, 2021
From the Museum:
“Throughout the Renaissance and the Dutch Baroque, American Realism and French Impressionism, and continuing in our time, artists have illustrated the human relationship with shelter and where one dwells. An impact of the COVID-19 experience is a reexamination and new awareness of that relationship, both our own and those around us.
This exhibition features works from the WFMA Permanent Collection and new sculptures by Indiana artist Jessica Calderwood, presented in partnership with the Juanita Harvey Art Gallery at MSU Texas, as well as contributions about the concept of dwelling by eleven MSU faculty in disciplines ranging from sociology to athletics. The exhibition will also include three-dimensional works by the students of Stefanie Rhoads from Burkburnett Middle School, with inspiration from guest artist Jessica Calderwood.”
On View: March 27, 2021 | 1–4 pm
2 Eureka Circle
Wichita Falls, 76308 TX