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Over 200 visitors came To our Day of the Dead Middle school art reception on Sunday, October 30. Nine local middle school participated, and the results were outstanding! We spent the afternoon making traditional Dia de los Muertos sugar skulls, … Continue reading
After a quiet summer, fall has arrived. From a giant mural, to class tours, to gallery openings- we are gettin it done. Let me show you. Here are some drawing students from Tyler Junior College. The idea was to view … Continue reading
Visit the Tyler Museum of Art this summer to enjoy the A/C and a colorful exhibition featuring three of Texas’ most celebrated contemporary artists- Shannon Cannings, Leigh Merrill, and Kelly O’Connor. Hyper-realistic paintings, refined drawings, serene prints, and campy collages provide a diorama of American popular … Continue reading
Ed Blackburn’s career spans four decades and can be linked to the art historical movements of Photorealism and Pop art, but overall his broad range of interests and subject matter defies categorization. This exhibition is focused on Blackburn’s work from … Continue reading
Tyler native Robert Langham has been photographing East Texas subjects since 1971, when he took his first photojournalism class at TJC. His avid interest in fine art photography led him to an apprenticeship with the legendary Ansel Adams, and eventually, … Continue reading
Organized by the Tyler Museum of Art, this exhibition visually spotlights a variety of plants and animals as well as the environment surrounding them. From paintings and sculptures to photographs and prints, the works are as diverse as the great … Continue reading
Christo and Jeanne-Claude are famous for their large-scale, environmental projects that have temporarily altered urban and rural landscapes in Europe, the United States, and Japan. Each of the Christos’ projects, from the earliest to the most recent, exists only briefly … Continue reading