The #fwmoa is fortunate to have hosted various artists over the years, whether they assist with their exhibitions, speak on their work, or both! Delve into the archives with Collection Information Specialist Sue Slick to learn about Grace Hartigan.
The #fwmoa is fortunate to have hosted various artists over the years, whether they assist with their exhibitions, speak on their work, or both! Delve into the archives with Collection Information Specialist Sue Slick to learn about Phyllis Mark.
Today the #shop looks a little different: we're looking at an artist collaboration! Helen Frost (poet) and Rick Lieder (artist) work together to create children's books about insects. Read on to see how their two separate creative pursuits come together.
Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! A woodblock quilt by American artist Jean-Marcel St. Jacques caught Jenna Gilley's eye thanks to its tactile quality and color.
Let's Talk SHOP is back at #fwmoa with Mike Kelly, an artist who focuses on color and visual narrative to evoke an emotional response from the viewer. .
The #fwmoa is blooming with inspiration, from Gillespie's outdoor garden party to our indoor floral ceramics, we're inspired by the lush and lavish florals of summer. Learn more about the collection of Roseville Pottery, donated by James and Janet Altman, here!
What's the weather like where you are? In the Midwest we love to discuss the weather and artist's do, too! Here we look at some artworks depicting different types of weather.
Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! Using her eye for design, Director of Visual Communications Kaitlin Binkley finds her favorite amongst the crowd in the 2022 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards exhibition.
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.