Lauren Wolfer, Associate Curator of Special Collections & Archives Jiha Moon, American, b. South Korea, 1973. Take Out. 3D color lithograph on paper, 2012. Loan from Jack H. Lemon. Image courtesy of FWMoA. Jiha Moon’s art blends Asian cultural influences and American pop culture, masking dark themes with humor using multimedia approaches. You can see …
Ceramicist and printmaker Diego Romero draws from inspiration from various sources to create art that feels familiar yet fresh. See these works out of the vault on view at #fwmoa later this summer!
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.
Fritz Scholder, a "non-Indian Indian", created works of art that moved past the stereotypes and romanticized versions of history. Instead, he presented Native Americans engaged in contemporary life, often using a Pop art style.
Originally commissioned to celebrate America's Bicentennial, we examine two artists' answers to the question: "What does Independence mean to you?" in recognition of the Fourth of July.
In this Art Term Tuesday, we explore "the memory in the stone", or stone lithography, a printmaking process favored by drawers. Read on to learn how Master Printmakers and artists collaborate to bring forth the artists' vision from the stone and what famous painters you may recognize who have made prints.