William Merritt Chase. Robert Henri. James Abbott McNeill Whistler. What do they all have in common? Norah Hamilton studied art under them all! Learn more about this indomitable woman in this "Treasures from the Vault".
This is a masterpiece! Today, we delve into how, by whom, and when a masterpiece work can be ascribed to an artist.
What's your first impression? We stepped outside the studio and took a brush from Impressionist artists, who focused on painting the changing light and colors around them in everyday scenes. Find out how we made Impressionism our own!
FWMoA President & CEO Charles Shepard details his concept of a "brave new world" for FWMoA, including expanded programming, collection storage space, and new galleries specially designed for glass. What would you like to see in a brave new FWMoA?
We're relieved this week, because we finally get to talk about relief sculpture! Want to experience it in person? Come visit us to see Indiana artist Dale Enochs' sculptural exhibit, "Static Energy", now on view.
This week, we take inspiration from working artist Therman Statom, who creates sculptures of houses and ladders out of glass and other materials. Construct your own cardboard creation with our intern, Galeena!
This week, we talk shop with multimedia artist Audrey Riley as she walks us through her newest works, now on sale at the FWMoA Paradigm Gallery!
Wendy Red Star creates familiar images and scenes of contemporary Native American life, often focused on the reservation, that displace the various misconceptions and stereotypes about her community.
FWMoA Collections Information Specialist Sue Slick details an interesting aspect of her job in this installment of "Historical Highlight": tracking down the correct spelling of a bequest in memory of a donor's mother-Carolyn, or Caroline, Randall Fairbank.
Perhaps the most easily recognized genre in art, the still life is often ranked lowest among the principle subject types of Western art. Here, we explore the longevity of the genre and how artists have made it their own.