Baylor faculty engage in work that goes far beyond what their students witness in the classroom. Research, visiting lectures and writing all form a significant part of the professor’s working life. For professors in the department of art, their work extends into the creative realm as well. They don’t just teach; they do.
Come and see the original works of Baylor professors at the Biennial Baylor Department of Art Faculty Exhibition. The exhibit will be in the Martin Museum of Art at the Hooper-Schaefer Fine Arts Center on Baylor campus until February 28. Admission and events are free and open to the public.
The Martin Museum of Art at Baylor University will feature the biennial Baylor Department of Art Faculty Exhibition from January 21 through February 28, 2016. Baylor Art History Faculty Lectures will be on Thursday, January 21, at 4:30 pm, and a reception for the Faculty Exhibition will follow from 5:30-7 pm.
The Martin Museum of Art will present an exhibition of selections from the Joe A. Diaz Art Collection from October 6 through November 15. For over 30 years, San Antonio art collector, Joe Diaz, has been collecting contemporary Latino art focusing on emerging and mid-career artists. The selections from the collection include work by Gaspar Enriquez, Cesar Martinez, and Gloria Perez. The exhibition features a gallery of work by the renowned artist, Luis Jiménez (1940-2006), known for his colorful fiberglass sculptures and lithographs.
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.
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.
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.
The Martin Museum of Art at Baylor University will feature works by Karl Umlauf beginning January 20 and running though March 1. Professor Umlauf has taught painting and drawing at Baylor for 25 years and will be retiring at the end of the school year.
Although sculpting and painting are different forms of art, two artists prove that they can have a common thread: nature.
Artists James Surls and Lilian Garcia-Roig have brought pieces of their collections to Baylor to be viewed by art enthusiasts from all over Central Texas. All of the pieces, which are on display in the Martin Museum of Art, were inspired by the outdoors.
Nature proves a common thread that runs through two art exhibits on display this month, with one showing artists who find inspiration in nature and the second featuring an artist warning of its destruction.
The Pro Texana part of Baylor University’s motto “Pro Ecclesia Pro Texana” flavors the Martin Museum of Art’s current exhibition of work by 19th-century Texas artist and Baylor’s first art professor Henry A. McArdle, and there’s a Texas-like sense to what’s in the show.
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.
WACO, Texas (Aug. 11, 2014) – Baylor University’s Martin Museum of Art will host the Henry McArdle: Texas Painter, Patriot, and Baylor Professor exhibition from Aug. 12 through Sept. 21.
Henry McArdle, Baylor's first art professor, was one of the earliest artists in the Republic of Texas, and his work documents historically significant events as well as instrumental individuals who helped shape the state.
The Martin Museum of Art will feature "Henry A. McArdle: Texas Painter, Patriot, and Baylor Professor" beginning August 12 and running though September 21. Henry McArdle was one of the earliest artists in the Republic of Texas and his work documents historically significant events as well as instrumental individuals who helped shape the state.
The Martin Museum of Art at Baylor University will feature Roy Hascom: Containers beginning August 12 and running though September 21. Roy Hanscom is a ceramic artist with whimsical but functional designs for containers.
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.
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.