Though this painting by Abstract Expressionist Yvonne Thomas hasn't lived in the #fwmoa vault for long, we're extremely excited about this new acquisition and its place in telling the story of contemporary art in America.
We continue celebrating Indiana's inclusion in the Union by spotlighting Indiana artist L.O. Griffith, whose prints and paintings were inspired by Brown County.
Bored with staying indoors and playing with your new toys? Come visit #fwmoa over your holiday and see some of our favorite toys, the Japanese Kaiyodo figures donated by Terry R. Myers now on view!
Indiana entered the Union in December of 1816. To celebrate our statehood, we're looking at a work from the #fwmoa collection completed by celebrated Hoosier portrait painter Edmund Brucker.
Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! A curator who works primarily with the permanent collection, Lauren Wolfer has many favorites (we won't tell the other works!). Her current pick? A new glass work by artists Tim Tate & Michael Janis.
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.
What do we pass every day that we no longer see? What fascinates a tourist that infuriates those who live with it? In this "Treasures" post, our resident out-of-towner reflects on the changing landscape of her home city through a William Clift photo in the #fwmoa collection.
Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! We're asking staff to pick their favorite work on display in the museum. Today, Kaitlin Binkley reminisces on a photograph that was the focal point for her first big project here at #fwmoa by Richard Renaldi.
#fwmoa is always saddened to hear about the death of an artist, and Hung Liu is no exception. In memory to her, Curator of Prints & Drawings Sachi Yanari-Rizzo looks at Hung's works held in the Permanent Collection of the Museum.
It's time to go behind-the-scenes and into the vault! Just like all those movies that take place in museums, we have our own exciting tales at FWMoA. Sue Slick takes us on a journey behind the doors of FWMoA and into the historic storage spaces for art.