The Martin Museum of Art at Baylor University will feature the annual Baylor Art Student Exhibition beginning March 26th at 5:30pm and running through April 19th. Renowned Texas sculptor, Danville Chadbourne, is the guest juror and will present awards to the students at the opening reception on March 26.
Waco Today | Gallery shows highlight Waco’s high school, college artists
by Carl Hoover
Waco art fans have a chance to see work by young and upcoming artists in exhibits opening this week at Studio Gallery and Baylor University’s Martin Museum of Art.
Baylor Lariat | Baylor University students featured in art exhibit
By Rae Jefferson
Baylor University’s Department of Art will celebrate the best in student creations at an annual art exhibition tonight.
The 2015 Baylor Art Student Exhibition will features selected works from students tonight.
Accomplished Texas artist Danville Chadbourne is this year’s guest juror, meaning he selected the works featured in the exhibition, said museum director Karin Gilliam. Of the approximately 200 entries received, 78 were selected for the exhibition.
Waco Trib | Photos from Karl Umlauf Exhibition Reception at Baylor
Photos by Lisa Middlebrook
Waco Trib | Half-century of artistry makes up Karl Umlauf’s Baylor show
By Carl Hoover
Two galleries don’t seem sufficient to contain an artistic career that has stretched over a half-century, just as gallery walls have strained at times to display the oversized, textured paintings and sculptures that artist Karl Umlauf has made his own.
Baylor Magazine | A meaningful gift
Kermit Oliver is legendary in the art world for his incredible talent, his reticence and the uniqueness of his story. He is the only American ever to have been tapped to design scarves for Hermés, the luxurious Paris apparel and accessory company. A retired postman in addition to being an artist, his world-renowned paintings are created in his East Waco home, just minutes from campus. Now, the campus is proud to be home to an original work he painted exclusively for Baylor.
“Armillary” was commissioned by Baylor philanthropists and art lovers Sue, BA ’50, and the late Ted, BBA ’49, JD ’51, Getterman and given as a gift to Baylor’s Martin Museum of Art.
The spring 2014 issue of Baylor Arts & Sciences magazine is online
The Spring 2014 issue of Baylor Arts & Sciences magazine is now available for viewing online. This issue contains profiles on Arts & Sciences alumni making a difference in Washington, D.C., a look at the popular new Arabic and Middle East Studies major and a tour of the treasures of Baylor's Martin Museum of Art.
(See page 20 for article on Martin Museum of Art)
Martin Museum of Art Crowdsourcing Project
The purpose of the Martin Museum of Art Crowdsourcing Project is to discover information on artwork presented from the museum's permanent collection. With a small staff maximizing their time and resources, efficiently researching each piece in the collection becomes difficult with such limitations. We need your assistance in translating and transcribing text, in addition to retrieving identifying information on artwork posted on this site. With this information, the museum can increase our educational resources for students who frequent our collections, the surrounding community, and create a connection between artists and art connoisseurs. Volunteers, such as yourself, make collection's research possible with your detailed observations, mastery of language, and knowledge of art history. Please join us in developing our collection's resources and furthering the mission of the museum. Margaret Hallinan, Graduate Assistant at the Martin Museum of Art, created the project and site as part of her graduate thesis project.