Isabel Kern pulls double duty at #fwmoa as both an employee and featured artist in our Paradigm Gallery. Learn about her art in this #letstalkshop and visit her at the museum today:
Take a peek into Kaylee Dalton's innovative multimedia process that results in compelling, dramatic encaustic monotypes. Try choosing your favorite (we can't!) at the #fwmoa Paradigm Gallery when you visit us this #MemorialDayWeekend!
Sculpture artist Sayaka Ganz gives new life to old things, using scrap metal and plastics to create artworks big and small. Join her in the #shop to see how she bends, breaks, and welds her work into being.
Today the #shop looks a little different: we're looking at an artist collaboration! Helen Frost (poet) and Rick Lieder (artist) work together to create children's books about insects. Read on to see how their two separate creative pursuits come together.
The Fort Wayne Artist Guild's Paint Out, held August 11 at the #fwmoa, attracted various regional artists to create outside their studio. We celebrate two of the awarded works in this post: John Kelty and Heidi Malott.
Let's Talk SHOP is back at #fwmoa with Mike Kelly, an artist who focuses on color and visual narrative to evoke an emotional response from the viewer. .
Calling all photographers! We're in the (digital) shop with Fort Wayne-based photographer John Gevers as he walks us through his post-production, or editing, routine on his work "Goat Island Light, Cape Porpoise, Maine".
August was Plein Air painting month, but with the weather (finally!) cooling off, #fwmoa is keeping the festivities going. We followed painter Gwen Gutwein into the open air to see how she creates her work, rain or shine.
Heard the name John C. Kelty before? You may have met him at #fwmoa! He's given many demonstrations, just recently at the #Paradigm in July. If you missed him in person, see how he creates his watercolors in this step-by-step breakdown on the blog.
Starting from abstract mathematical concepts and moving to 3D renderings to create beautifully polished sculpture, stone carver Adam Boyle reminds us that art and math, much like art and science, truly go hand-in-hand.