It's officially summer and the #fwmoa has a lush and lavish, albeit painted, garden on display. To celebrate our new exhibition, "Lush and Lavish", we're taking a closer look at recent acquisition John Wesley Hardrick's painting "Chrysanthemums".
Martin Lewis, who would have celebrated his birthday tomorrow, is remembered for his realistic, everyday etchings of New York City. Take a look at this print from the #fwmoa collection, how has NYC changed? How has it stayed the same?
Mining images from past and present cultures, Carlos Frésquez creates art similar to how a rapper samples music: by mixing it all together. Here, we explore one of #fwmoa most popular prints by him: A Fairy Tale.
In like a lion, out like a lamb? As the weather begins to warm, we're reminded of our glass lion by Czech artist Věra Lišková, a newly acquired glass treasure as #fwmoa continues to grow its glass collection.
In this #treasuresfromthevault, #fwmoa looks at a work that shares its name with an orchestral piece by Burlioz: Fantastic Symphony. Do you think it inspired the painting by Julio de Diego?
Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! Education Assistant Naomi Vanderleest has had her eye on Dennis McNett's sculptural crows since she first started in 2021, and is excited to finally see them out on exhibit in "The Art of the Skateboard".
An Indiana Impressionist and member of the Hoosier School who taught at the Fort Wayne Art School, the #fwmoa holds multiple Homer Gordon Davisson paintings in its collection. Why? Find out in this post!
Ukrainian-born artist David Burliuk celebrated the human in art, absorbing ideas gained in his travels to organize the Futurist movement and combine time periods in his own, often satirical, artworks.
Searching for a way into abstract art, Associate Curator of Exhibitions Jenna Gilley ponders the process of Steven Sorman in this "Treasures from the Vault" post that looks at his work "after whom, before you".
As our 100th birthday exhibition comes to a close, we're looking at a work by former #fwmoa employee, Fort Wayne educator, and painter Patrick Nerad to celebrate.