You've had your favorite scarf for so long you've now officially worn it as a headband, vest, cover up and love bite disguise. Fancify your collection with Hermès scarves designed by legendary Waco artist Kermit Oliver.
Robertson County News | Katherine Hull takes top honors in the 2014 Congressional Art Contest
by Melissa Freeman
Bremond ISD student, Katherine Hull won "overall winner" in the annual Congressional Art Contest sponsored by the U.S. House of Representatives and local congressman Bill Flores. Awards ceremony was held at Martin Museum of Art on May 13, 2014.
Texas Monthly | Six Must - Attend Events, May 2-8
by Michael Hoinski
WACO - The Hermès Man
Accessories don’t come any more elegant than an Hermès scarf.
Baylor | Scarves, Paintings of International Renowned Waco Artist Kermit Oliver
by Terry Goodrich
In Central Texas there lives a man who in a small room in a 1900s white prairie house spends months, years creates paintings of rustic American scenes...
Waco Trib | Private art goes public: Showcasing Kermit Oliver, Texas women at Baylor
by Carl Hoover
Artwork by renowned Waco artist Kermit Oliver moves from private homes to public viewing Sunday when Baylor University’s Martin Museum of Art opens a two-month exhibition of his paintings, drawings and silk scarves.
Dallas Racked: Shopping & Style Intelligence | See the Work of Hermés Artist (and Waco Resident) Kermit Oliver
by Anna Caplan
You know Birkin and Kelly. But what about Kermit? It's about time you add it to the list of names that are intrinsically linked to the esteemed fashion house Hermés.
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.