It's Labor Day weekend! Today, #fwmoa is celebrating by looking at two artists, George McCullough and Noel Dusendschon, at work in these portraits by fellow artist Nancy Lutz. What labor goes into the art that we look to look at?
Works by unknown artists can be difficult to analyze. Today, we play art detectives to see what we can find out about this set of portraits in the #FWMoA collection.
To celebrate the beginning of "No-Shave November", we've combed through the #FWMoA collection to find the wildest, freest hair and beards.
Here at FWMoA, we are super excited for spring and flowers, so much so, we chose this floral portrait of a woman by American Impressionist Robert Reid for this week's vault treasure.
On the FWMoA Fridge…Feelings! See how some of our visitors to the Early Learning Center at the museum have grappled with their feelings through art!
Kaitlin Binkley, Marketing Coordinator In the simplest of terms, a portrait is a representation of a person. A self-portrait is a representation of the artist themself, like today’s #selfie. There are many generalities associated with portraits, for example, generally, portraits include the face and the person’s expression. Generally, a portrait is more staged than a …