Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! We're asking them to pick their favorite work currently on display in the museum. Looking for Permanent Collection Intern Audra Widmann? You'll be sure to find her staring at her current favorite, Mucha's "Zodiaque".
Visiting #fwmoa for the first time and not sure where your eyes should start looking? We're here to help! See how understanding the parts of the composition-foreground, middle ground, and background-can make it easier.
We were puzzling our art pieces for the Studio this Saturday when we realized we could MAKE a puzzle! Taking inspiration from Mark di Suvero, we construct our own puzzle sculptures to share with family and friends.
Today we're in the Shop with Fred Inman as he creates an eye-catching vase for the #fwmoa Paradigm Gallery. Take a look "behind the bark" at his process in this Let's Talk Shop.
Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! We asked staff to pick their favorite work on display in the museum. Director of Children's Education Alyssa Dumire, who spends a lot of time in the galleries, had no problem choosing Mary Lee Bendolph's velvet quilt.
Unlike outer space, the concept of space as it relates to art is well-trod territory. Journey to the center of the composition with us in this #arttermtuesday!
Today, #fwmoa is in the Shop with Mary Pat Wallen! Her stretched figural sculptures investigate the human ability to achieve balance, no matter the challenges life throws at us. See how she celebrates the imperfections of life in this #letsttalkSHOP
"With glass, everything is possible." As the #fwmoa studio glass collection continues to grow and expand, Collection Information Specialist Sue Slick explores the relationship between two of her favorites: Bertil Vallien and Ulrica Hydman-Vallien.
To celebrate this #IndependenceDay we examine why artists visually record both momentous figures and events in our history through Ray Johnson's screenprint, "Foot".
A petition for Jeff Bezos to purchase and eat the famed Mona Lisa has recently made the news. At #fwmoa we believe art is best served to the public, and Bezos may not find the artwork as palatable to the stomach as it is to the eyes of the art world.