Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! Docent Volunteers are integral members of our team; and, even constantly surrounded by the art, Jennifer Vaughn had an easy time picking her favorite! See what stops her on every visit to #fwmoa in this #staffpick.
We continue celebrating Indiana's inclusion in the Union by spotlighting Indiana artist L.O. Griffith, whose prints and paintings were inspired by Brown County.
Bored with staying indoors and playing with your new toys? Come visit #fwmoa over your holiday and see some of our favorite toys, the Japanese Kaiyodo figures donated by Terry R. Myers now on view!
A perfect lithograph to look at around the holidays, Jeanette Pasin Sloan's poinsettia, and other prints in the #fwmoa collection, make a study of reflections and light. What are you reflecting on as we enter 2022?
At #fwmoa, staff are playing favorites and picking a work they love currently on display. Even before the work arrived at the museum, Katy knew these glass finger puppets by Caterina Urrata-Weintraub would be her next #staffpick.
Indiana entered the Union in December of 1816. To celebrate our statehood, we're looking at a work from the #fwmoa collection completed by celebrated Hoosier portrait painter Edmund Brucker.
Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! A curator who works primarily with the permanent collection, Lauren Wolfer has many favorites (we won't tell the other works!). Her current pick? A new glass work by artists Tim Tate & Michael Janis.
In this #treasuresfromthevault, we explore the lacy tangle of short lines and angles that create shape and pattern in this drawing by Beatrice Riese.
We've asked #fwmoa staff the hardest question you can ask museum people: what is your favorite artwork on display? Use your upcoming long weekend to check out Events Coordinator Emily Uphoff's favorite photograph by American artist Clyde Butcher.
Ambreen Butt honors the young victims of U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan and Afghanistan in this striking and moving work from the #fwmoa collection, Say My Name.