Pop artist Andy Warhol is credited with popularizing the silkscreen technique, although it was discovered in China around 1000 AD! In the Studio, we explore this versatile printmaking technique with inspiration from Mexican-American artist Carlos Frésquez.
Bob Cross, not to be confused with Bob Ross, is a contemporary artist whose work stems from the simple notions of day-to-day life. Here, we get a peek into his process as he creates a painting, "It Started Like This".
You've CAT to be KITTEN me right MEOW! German artist Julius Adam's CAT-erific work is out of the vault and on display in #fwmoa exhibition "A Century of Making Meaning", and it's absolutely PURRfect! Learn more about "Cats" Adam in this blog post!
In 2021, #fwmoa is celebrating its 100th Anniversary! Follow along with our resident Fort Wayne Historian, Sue Slick, as she highlights the major events of each century congruently with our rotating exhibition of artworks.
Who is an artist? Is it anyone who creates? Or is it only those special few who make it their livelihood and find their works on the walls of a museum? Today, we delve into the definition of an artist in this #arttermtuesday from #fwmoa.
In this "Saturday Studio", everyday objects are given new meaning by manipulating their form to create art that makes the mundane magical. Learn how to make jewelry from pop-tops with #fwmoa Curatorial Intern Jenna Gilley!
Environmentally-conscious artist Lisa Vetter truly "takes trash and turns it into treasure"! Her hand-crafted, upcycled, and fashionable pieces are inspired by what others throw away. Take a look at her wearable work in this "Let's Talk Shop".
One of the few Black abstractionist women artists, along with Alma Thomas, during her career, Mae Engron forged a path all her own. Take a look at her unique abstract painting, recently acquired by #fwmoa, in this "Treasures from the Vault".
A troubling incident at another museum has FWMoA Vice President & COO Amanda Shepard reflecting on the ways in which museums can get lost when they focus more on selling than serving, and “audiences” more than people.
Think you know the history of studio glass? Think again! FWMoA President & CEO Charles Shepard takes us back to 1962, where the contemporary studio glass movement got off to a shaky start, and how it eventually found its footing in the art world.