Ukrainian-born artist David Burliuk celebrated the human in art, absorbing ideas gained in his travels to organize the Futurist movement and combine time periods in his own, often satirical, artworks.
Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! Sue Slick takes us back to our first exhibit celebrating our centennial birthday to remind you to come see "A Century of Making Meaning" before it closes on March 13!
Famed watercolorist Dong Kingman knew he wanted to be an artist by age 5. Learn more about him and his art in this "Treasures from the Vault" from #fwmoa.
Heard the name John C. Kelty before? You may have met him at #fwmoa! He's given many demonstrations, just recently at the #Paradigm in July. If you missed him in person, see how he creates his watercolors in this step-by-step breakdown on the blog.
Abstract artist Alma Thomas experienced a lifetime of firsts after she transitioned from educator to full-time artist. Learn about her achievements in this post from #fwmoa Curator of Prints & Drawings Sachi Yanari-Rizzo.
Curator of Prints & Drawings Sachi Yanari-Rizzo interviews artist Peter Williams to discuss his work in light of the most recent examples of violence against Black Americans and the role of museums in fully engaging their communities.
We've featured posts on creating a watercolor, but where did the medium begin? Learn all about it in this "Art Term Tuesday"!
As July comes to a close, so does #WorldWatercolorMonth. Before it ends, we decided to try our hand at a more realistic watercolor, inspired by FWMoA permanent collection artist Louis Bonsib, in the Studio.
Did you know July is World Watercolor Month? To celebrate, we took inspiration from Herbert Ferber's topographical abstract watercolor to create our own in the Studio this week! Where will your map lead?
What do you keep to remember your travels by? Artist James Hamilton, this week's treasure, painted his own postcards as souvenirs of his travels.