Visited the #fwmoa recently? If so, you may have to turn around and come back because we have new exhibitions and works...though these recent acquisitions aren't works of art, but books! See them in the Print & Drawing Study Center:
Sharing your artwork is always a risk, but for Scholastic Art Award recipient Bayan Yunis the risk was worth the reward. Here, she recounts her rocky start with the Awards that resulted in receiving the Harry and Betty Quadracci Art Portfolio Award.
What does an art movement look like when it's happening, and how can we know where it will go? Charles Shepard ruminates on the longevity of the studio glass movement and the role museums play in ensuring the medium in the annals of art history.
A "portraitist of American cities", Yvonne Jacquette, who passed in April, found inspiration in the sky, creating panoramic prints of oblique city and countryside views, like the one discussed here by Sachi Yanari-Rizzo in the #fwmoa collection.
We've noticed some grid-like marks on some artworks at #fwmoa...what could they mean? Let's find out today in the #studio, and then come see them in person with us on a Second Saturday Family Tour at the museum!
A delicate wineglass created a century ago in Murano may hold more than a fine Italian wine, like the tale of the maestro who created it from sand, soda, and fire. Learn the story of our newly acquired Cappellin glass in this blot post by Sue Slick!
It's a special edition Tuesday Treasure from the (Glass) Vault! With so many recent acquisitions, #fwmoa curators are busy marveling over all the new and we thought to share a piece (or maybe two!) with you:
Woodblocks, the oldest form of printmaking, are the easiest and cheapest of the multiple printmaking processes. Here, we carve away the secrets of woodblocks (and woodcuts!) ahead of the new exhibition at #fwmoa ft. prints from Landfall Press.
How would you portray your local landscape for an audience on the other side of the world? Learn how to capture the essence of a place, like in traditional Chinese landscapes. by looking at artist works from our Sister City, Taizhou, now at #fwmoa!
After sending #fwmoa Education Intern Bayan Yunis to the galleries to pick a favorite, we pointed her to the vault to find a treasure that caught her artistic eye. See which photograph she chose and learn more about photographer Phyllis Galembo: