“Do you have family or friends in Houston?” Hearing that we don’t, the inevitable “So why are you going?” conveyed real perplexity!
“You’re going to Houston for art? REALLY?” […]
Nestled by a Central Florida lake, under magnificent ancient oaks draped with Spanish moss, is a charming small art museum whose appeal lies in the variety of genres and time periods in the art it exhibits. […]
In the late 19th century, the wave of Japonisme that washed over Western culture merged with the American Arts and Crafts reform movement — with its heightened interest in craftsmanship and the handmade — leading to the broad acceptance and popularity of color woodcuts. This centuries-old art of Japan inspired American artists to design beautiful, […]
A world-class museum in an unexpected place presents the history of American Art in the Heart of America. Wander waterside pavillions in a wooded Ozark ravine at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American art — Early, Modern and Contemporary. […]
An important museum in it’s art historical niche, the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) in Santa Fe NM, holds the premier collection in the world of contemporary art by Native American, First Nations and other Indigenous peoples. Read how Native artists contribute to mainstream art movements — without losing touch with their diverse cultural traditions. […]