Currently in the #shop we're decorating for the upcoming holidays and festivities. See how artist Malinda Henning makes her handmade Día de los Muertos ornaments, now available at the #fwmoa Paradigm Gallery, and join us on Sunday for the celebration!
What is more Midwestern than amber waves of grain (or corn)? John Rogers Cox highlights a common sight along Indiana rural Indiana roads in this "Treasures from the Vault".
Today in the #studio we felt like staying in the lines, so we went to look at Susan Janow's exhibition, now on display at #fwmoa, to get inspired by grids!
You might be thinking: What does an American art museum have to say about Swedish artists and glass sculptors? Turns out, quite a bit! See how Swedish design impacted American art in all forms in this post from Sue Slick, Collection Information Specialist.
Discover millefleur, French for "a thousand flowers", an artwork that features a background of...take a guess...various small flowers and plants! Why would an artist choose this background? Read on learn more!
In this "Now on View", juried photography artist Claire Dunn shares her background and inspiration for her pieces, including the work currently hung in "The National: Best Contemporary Photography".
This feline fall print by Peter Milton is more than what first meets the eye! Take a closer look at this etching, "Esme's October Window" in today's "Treasures from the Vault".
Looking to add some (pumpkin) spice to your fall photos? Inspired by the artists featured in "The National", we decided to see how changing the box, from rectangular to square, would change our photos in this #saturdaystudio.
Now on View, take a close look at this sculptural glass vase by Hiroshi Yamano. Influenced by traditional Japanese woodblock prints, Assoc. Curator of Special Collections Lauren Wolfer walks us through the visual nuances of this recently collected work.
Works made in the late 1700s through the late 19th century are what most people think of when asked about Japanese woodblock prints. What did Japanese printmaking look like beyond the turn of the century? Look at Jun’ichirō Sekino's prints to find out!