Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! Get to know our FWMoA Teen Council through their favorite artworks, now on display! Sophia Zhang's work comes from the Indiana Artists Club exhibition, up through Saturday:
We got new art!! Paul Stankard's glass paperweights are #nowonview at #fwmoa. Learn more about his process in this #recentacquisition post:
At #fwmoa, staff are playing favorites and picking a work they love #nowonview. Let us introduce to you returning Teen Council member Jenna Jorgenson.
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 …
Naomi Vanderleest, Education Assistant Art comes in many different forms in our lives, even makeup applied to one's face. While the application of makeup is similar to painting or drawing, some artists take this a step further by using makeup as their medium. Look at this artwork below, currently on display in Indiana Artists Club …
Vivian Wang turns her textiles to glass in this sculpture #nowonview at #fwmoa!
Visited the #fwmoa recently? If so, you may have to turn around and come back because we have new exhibitions and works...though these recent acquisitions aren't works of art, but books! See them in the Print & Drawing Study Center:
What does a contemporary installation piece by Lucien Shapiro and Barbie have in common? Other than being available for your visual consumption...Assoc. Curator of Exhibitions Jenna Gilley breaks it down in this #nowonview at #fwmoa:
At #fwmoa, staff are playing favorites and picking a work they love currently on display. Check out Education Intern Bayan Yunis' favorite in the recently opened "Transformed Spaces".
In an attempt to explain "How did they do that?!", #fwmoa Assoc. Curator of Exhibitions Jenna Gilley dives into the world of color in glass and finds surprisingly local ties: