How would you portray your local landscape for an audience on the other side of the world? Learn how to capture the essence of a place, like in traditional Chinese landscapes. by looking at artist works from our Sister City, Taizhou, now at #fwmoa!
Kreg Kallenberger describes himself as a "landscape illusionist and painter" through glass. See how he explores landscape through refraction and reflection, showcasing the manipulation of of imagery with light, in this #nowonview by Jenna Gilley.
Just like a child with a new present, we love showing off our new artworks as they enter the #fwmoa collection. Our newest oil painting is by Ukrainian artist Denys Gorodnychyi, making its debut in "Natural Appeal", opening April 22. Here's a sneak peek:
An artist can use various tools to trick us when they need to transform a 2D canvas into a 3D scene. See how landscape artists like Homer Davisson and Dan Woodson use atmospheric perspective to show what's near, far, and everything in between!
Raised in a Quaker family, the "dean" of the Richmond Group, John Elwood Bundy, primarily painted Indiana landscapes. Moving from North Carolina as a child, see how this East Coaster learned to love the Midwest in this #treasuresfromthevault.
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.
Looking for something to do with family and friends this holiday week? Read on to learn about landscapes, and then regale your group with your knowledge on a visit to #fwmoa to see Clyde Butcher's large-scale, landscape photographs.
As July comes to a close, so does #WorldWatercolorMonth. Before it ends, we decided to try our hand at a more realistic watercolor, inspired by FWMoA permanent collection artist Louis Bonsib, in the Studio.
The Ideal Sketching Ground: Prints by the Artists of Brown County exhibits the artworks of various artists drawn to one area in southern Indiana in the early 1900s. In the little town of Nashville, IN, an artist colony was born and continues to thrive. What is an art colony? Why do artists gather together in them? Can I join? Let’s find out in today’s Art Term Tuesday!