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 we put the finishing touches on our newest installations in "The Art of the Skateboard", #fwmoa Maintenance Assistant Michelle Cano reflects on one of her favorite installation works that entered the permanent collection on a much smaller scale.
They paid HOW MUCH for that work of art? For this "In the News", #fwmoa President & CEO Charles Shepard puts into perspective the Met's purchase of four van Gogh prints and what our print department chooses to buy.
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.
Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! Sue Slick takes us back to our first exhibit celebrating our centennial birthday to remind you to come see "A Century of Making Meaning" before it closes on March 13!
Heralded as the "poet laureate of the Northeastern hills", Impressionist painter Willard Leroy Metcalf is best known for his snowy scenes, a view Northern Indiana knows well this time of year.
As #fwmoa Collection Information Specialist, Sue Slick is one of the first to see the new art purchased. In this post, she introduces us to Marion Greenwood and her lithograph, "The Window".
Though this painting by Abstract Expressionist Yvonne Thomas hasn't lived in the #fwmoa vault for long, we're extremely excited about this new acquisition and its place in telling the story of contemporary art in America.
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.