It's spooky season at the Paradigm Gallery! Artist Jill Ellen Chambers creates whimsical, hand-painted ornaments for every season, including Halloween! Check out her work, now on sale at FWMoA!
This week, we talk shop with multimedia artist Audrey Riley as she walks us through her newest works, now on sale at the FWMoA Paradigm Gallery!
In "Let's Talk SHOP", Paradigm Gallery Director Abby Leon spotlights local, regional, and national artists whose unique art and fine craft are featured in the shop at FWMoA. From jewelry, wood turned objects, and ceramics to hand-made apparel and accessories, all types of paintings, and photography, you're sure to find something that catches your eye!
This year, our highly anticipated Chalk Walk event is taking place at home, meaning anyone and everyone can participate! We've put together a list of tips & tricks to help you, from choosing a design to photographing your completed work.
Originally commissioned to celebrate America's Bicentennial, we examine two artists' answers to the question: "What does Independence mean to you?" in recognition of the Fourth of July.
On this Slow Art Day, let's take a moment to discuss "museum fatigue" and how to combat it; so, when we are able to enjoy our museums again we are ready!
Abstract artist Heather Day answers questions about her work, process, and her synesthia in this interview with Curator Lauren Wolfer.
An artist always hopes, at least implicitly, that her art will inspire a positive change in others. But does she hope or even expect that her work will change her? On January 1, 2019, painter Elly Tullis impulsively turned to the image of the biblical figure Mary for artistic inspiration, herself exhausted from the demands of motherhood. Over the next year, paintings of the Virgin Mary poured from her mind to create the Theotokos series now on view at FWMoA. In this interview, she shares with us her development as an artist since her childhood and what has happened to her as a result of this series.
Learn how FWMoA's Children's Education department renovated their Learning Center to provide more opportunities for students, parents, and teachers to engage with art.
Los Días de Los Muertos, the Days of the Dead, are celebrated around the world. In this post, Collections Information Specialist Suzanne Slick tells the history of the celebrations and how you, and FWMoA, take part in remembering our dead.