Connie Arismendi's art explores the fragility of the body and the resilience of life, weaving visual associations between the body and nature. Discover her style in this blog post from #fwmoa Curator of Prints & Drawings Sachi Yanari-Rizzo.
Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! We asked them to pick their favorite work(s) on display in the museum. FWMoA Director of Facilities Scott Tarr couldn't pick just one favorite, choosing Paul Manship's maquettes for "The Moods of Time" series.
The muse is a time-honored tradition in the visual arts. Today, #fwmoa Exhibitions Content Manager Elizabeth Kilmer delves into both the historic use of the term and its place in contemporary visual culture.
In the Studio we're exploring shape, color, and duality in our own (mini) mixed-media screens. They may not be large enough to divide a room, like Sorman's, but they’re great on a bookshelf--flip it around depending on how you feel that day!
Looking to fill her unexpected free time during the pandemic, Natasha Mistak and her daughters took up macramé. Created through various knotting techniques, the artistic trio, known as OZ art, weave stories of family and nature into their unique designs.
We sent our new Curatorial Assistant, Jenna Gilley, into the #fwmoa vault to find some treasures! Her first find: three favorite quilts from the David Pottinger Indiana Amish Quilt Collection.
Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! In this new series, we're asking staff to pick their favorite work on display in the museum. We start off with VP & COO Amanda Shepard's choice: Émile Louis Picault's bronze sculpture Commercium Industria.
Appropriation can be a fraught term in today's culture; however, without it, would we have the modern art we recognize today? In this post, we'll explore the different acts of appropriation and how artists borrow and transform responsibly.
In celebration of #EarthDay this week, the #fwmoa Studio is going green! Learn how to make new paper with used paper from around your home. Then, with your new (reused) paper, make a simple print inspired by nature.
This week is #NationalVolunteerWeek, and #fwmoa is celebrating by recognizing our amazing docents and their continued dedication to the museum throughout the pandemic. Want to join them team? Read on to learn how!