Critics complained that his work wasn’t serious. He was cornball. He was just a calendar artist. His first artwork to be acquired by a museum went for $100.
Mark Smith reached out to his fellow soldiers and asked them to send him their pictures of their time in Iraq. He then painted those images.
Known for his pleasant, colorful canvases, modernist master Henri Matisse is being reconsidered in a blockbuster show at The Indianapolis Museum of Art.
A Terre Haute businessman is turning his lifelong passion for military history into a museum that celebrates the role of the regular soldier.
An exhibit at the Mathers Museum displays objects from different cultures that are believed to protect the user or owner from harm and to promote good luck.
Straddling that threshold between art and nature was Albert R. Valentien, a Cincinnati native who, from the age of nineteen, had specialized in floral decoration for the city's world-renowned Rookwood Pottery. Valentien's works are on display as part of "Plant Portraits: The California Legacy of A.R. Valentien." WFIU's Yaël Ksander has more.
Max Beckman’s “Hope Family Portrait”
An exhibition featuring contemporary versions of the ritual designs known as “Aepan.”
IU Press has recently published “Masterworks from the IU Art Museum,” a catalog of objects representing the full range of the museum’s collection, along with essays by its curators. WFIU’s Yael Ksander speaks with several of those involved in the publication.
WFIU’s Yael Ksander speaks with Leo Mazow and Nan Brewer about the traveling exhibition, Shallow Creek: Thomas Hart Benton and American Waterways.