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The West Texas Food Bank is preparing to launch the 2018 Summer Food Service Program to help feed kiddos throughout the region. The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) ensures that children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. This summer, USDA plans to serve more than 200 million free meals to children 18 years and under at approved SFSP sites.

The West Texas Food Bank is partnering with thirteen sites and is preparing to serve over 800 meals a day. All sites will be open to school aged kids 18 and under.

The West Texas Food Bank is partnering with the Museum of the Southwest in Midland as a site for kids to come eat, and enjoy what the museum has to offer. The Ellen Noel Art Museum in Odessa will be providing art activities for kids at the La Promesa and 3rd Edition complexes.

“Summer is our busiest time of year, and we are looking forward to reaching the kiddos who are not getting two meals a day from school. The addition of fun activities for the kids is just a bonus! I am very thankful for the two museums for helping and I am especially grateful to all the volunteers who help us get 800 kids a day nutritious meals.” Libby Campbell, Executive Director, West Texas Food Bank.

Museum of the Southwest Summer Food Service Program Dates:

June 12 – August 10
Tuesday – Thursday

Noon – 1 pm (Lunch)

Lunch Service in the Blakemore Planetarium Classroom

NO REGISTRATION OR SIGN UP NECESSARY

1705 West Missouri Avenue
Midland, TX 79701
432-683-2882

For a complete list of lunch sites and to learn more, visit the West Texas Food Bank website HERE.

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Events

Summer Sunday Lawn Concerts

The Museum of the Southwest has hosted free music concerts on its grounds Sunday evenings throughout the summer for more than three decades.  These concerts are free to the public and remain a fun community attraction.


SeptemberFest

This annual, juried arts festival draws artists from far and wide to display their works on the first weekend after Labor Day. Celebrating its 50th birthday in 2019, SeptemberFest has become the premier arts and crafts event for West Texas and Eastern New Mexico. New visitors discover this event every year, and artists are invited to apply for booth space via ZAPPlication.org.


Christmas at the Mansion

A holiday tradition of more than a decade, this event delights children and adults from Thanksgiving through the end of the year. With Santa Claus, Saturday choirs and decorations filling the galleries, the Turner Mansion becomes an enchanting place for families. Donations are accepted to keep this tradition alive and to support the operations of the Museum of the Southwest.


Auction

A highly anticipated event, Auction is the Museum's biggest fundraiser. With a different theme, each exclusive event is a night of gourmet cuisine, enchanting entertainment and stunning decor.  In 2016, the Museum celebrated its 50th anniversary. The next Auction will occur in 2020, celebrating the Jewel of the Southwest.

2011 Exhibitions

Reflections of a Journey Engravings After Karl Bodmer

Reflections of a Journey: Engravings After Karl Bodmer
January 21 – February 27, 2011

Karl Bodmer was a Swiss painter hired as an artist to record the Missouri River Expedition headed by the German Prince Maximilian in 1832. He created watercolors documenting the towns and people of the American West. These originals were turned into aquatint engravings in a famous book of the expedition. His images of American Indians of the region are recognized as painstakingly accurate painted images of native peoples, culture and their environment.


Paul FolwellContemporary Artist Series 2011: "Collectors Choice"
For 2011, we have identified a group of local collectors to highlight an artist they collect or are enthusiastic about, appropriately titled “Collectors Choice."
Paul Folwell

January 28 – March 27, 2011

Paul Folwell grew up in Colorado and lives and paints in Durango. He learned to ski the mountains before he learned to paint them, and until his children were grown he made his living as a skier as part of the team that created Purgatory Ski Resort. Paul is basically a landscape painter. He paints the subjects he knows and loves with great bravura.


American Legacy- Our National ParksAmerican Legacy: Our National Parks
February 13 – April 24, 2011

The exhibition comprised more than 100 paintings by 36 members and guests of the Plein-Air Painters of America (PAPA), documenting 35 different National Park Service locations stretching from coast to coast and border to border. An additional segment of approximately 15 paintings celebrates the centennial of Zion National Park. American Legacy takes the viewer through 130 years of preservation. In many ways it is a “field journal” experience of jewel-like colors, dazzling light and subtle nuances.

MAA 11 best in show dipping sauce-watercolor. Cindy Brabec-KingMidland Arts Association Annual Show
March 10 – April 10, 2011
Each spring, a juried show of artists from around the country is hosted at the Museum of the Southwest.









Pamela NelsonContemporary Artist Series 2011: "Collectors Choice"
Pamela Nelson

April 8 – May 22, 2011

Pamela Nelson has taught in museums and colleges, and started a program to teach art to homeless artists.  She has received eight year appointment to U.S. Commission of Fine Arts, which meets every month to review art and architecture in Washington. She served as the design artist for four light-rail stations, and has a recent commission at DFW Airport. Nelson believes in the importance of public green spaces and public art, increasing our humanity and appreciation of life.







Student Art 11Student Art Annual Show
April 21 – May 22, 2011
A yearly show of art submitted by K-12 students throughout Midland











Dichos- Words to Live Love and laugh by in Latin American
Dichos: Words to Live, Love, and Laugh by in Latin American
May 15 – June 20, 2011

Organized by the Museum of International Folk Art, this exhibit featured 46 color photographs accompanied by select miniature dichos-laden vehicles. Truck drivers in many parts of Latin America take great delight in inscribing dichos, a saying, proverb, or amusing expression, on their vehicles as a way of conveying their personal feelings and worldviews to a broad audience. Dichos, hand painted in a variety of graphic styles and colors, address subjects ranging from religion and love, to puns and earthy humor. The lively quality of the lettering and bright colors combined with the messages themselves present a wonderful form of folk art.

El Caballo The Horse in Mexican Folk ArtEl Caballo; The Horse in Mexican Folk Art                     
May 15 – June 20, 2011

Mexico celebrates a rich tradition of arte popular that reaches more than 2,000 years into the Mesoamerican past. This exhibition celebrates this enduring tradition through a variety of ceramics, metalwork, paper art, sculpture, and other works of art. Using whatever materials are at hand, the artists fashion an array of utilitarian, ceremonial, and decorative objects indicative of the talent and broad variety of the folk arts of Mexico. Each object in this exhibition focuses on the horse, an animal that holds special prominence in Mexico.


Exquisite Miniatures by Wes and Rachelle SiegristExquisite Miniatures by Wes and Rachelle Siegrist
June 10 – August 28, 2011

Wes and Rachelle Siegrist are a husband and wife team who capture the attention of viewers with miniature paintings so exquisitely crafted that they are often mistaken for tiny photographs.  Miniature art has been in existence for centuries and the current revival in its popularity has given rise to miniature art societies giving the Siegrists international recognition among collectors.  Their tiny canvases measure less than 9 square inches and appear even more detailed when viewed under magnification.















Sheldon HarveyContemporary Artist Series 2011: "Collectors Choice"
Sheldon Harvey

June 10 – Aug 21, 2011

Sheldon Harvey is a Navajo artist from Window Rock, Arizona. His uncle, Aaron Harvey, began teaching him how to paint at a young age. Sheldon also attributes his talents to the teachings of his grandfather, Leo Harvey, a silversmith, and Videl Nez, at Dine’ College. He gets his inspiration for his paintings and wood sculptures through sandpaintings, his own weavings, and Yei-Be-Che dances. Harvey's work depicts spirits from the Navajo creation myth and other ancient traditions in an effort to preserve his culture and the story of his people.


Woody Crumbo- Tribal Dancers and Inspirational WildlifeWoody Crumbo: Tribal Dancers and Inspirational Wildlife
July 8 – August 21, 2011

This exhibition featured a collection of the silk screens and etchings by the artist Woody Crumbo. Crumbo was a Potawatomi Indian artist and dancer. He held several important positions in different museums and was influential in raising awareness and appreciation for American Indian art. Although he was a gifted painter, he is better known for his high quality etchings and silk screen prints. In his art, Crumbo strived to “complete the pictorial record of Indian history, religion, rituals, customs, way of life, and philosophies…a graphic record that a million words could not begin to tell.”










A Tale of Two Cities- Eugene Atgets Paris and Berenice Abbotts New York
A Tale of Two Cities: Eugene Atget’s Paris and Berenice Abbott’s New York
September 2 – October 23, 2011                   

More than an exhibition of architectural photography, this show examines the work of two artists who were inextricably linked to each other and to the development of modern photography.  Eugene Atget was dismayed by the amount of architectural history being destroyed during the modernization of Paris and began photographing the city’s shop fronts, streets, and neighborhoods.  Berenice Abbott met Atget in 1925. She later embarked on a project to document the ever-changing New York City landscape.  Her efforts produced a catalog of images that, like Atget’s earlier photographs of Paris, records the essential character of the city.








Burton Pritzker2Burton Pritzker
September 16 – October 23, 2011

While working as an architect, Burton Pritzker was always striving for a way to design the light itself. Although he had created drawings, sculptures, and architecture previously, he realized photography was the only way to study and explore light. Since then he has worked as an artist full-time, exploring with the camera, which he sees as “a key to a lock in a door, not as a tool to record the physical world.” This exhibition presented the works of Pritzker from the collection of the Museum of the Southwest, complementing the photographs of A Tale of Two Cities.











Louisa McElwainContemporary Artist Series 2011: "Collectors Choice"
Louisa McElwain

September 16 – October 23, 2011

Louisa McElwain is a plein-air artist, an impressionist, who loves to paint the New Mexico sky and landscape. She stated that, "During the process of painting large canvases outdoors, the interaction with Nature introduces insects, particles of plants and soil into the paint. To acknowledge the simultaneous levels of reality which surround me, I sometimes deliberately introduce elements into the paint like bits of broken beer bottle, bone, fur, or charred wood. . . I never want to forget that what I am looking at is paint on canvas."

 

William HookContemporary Artist Series 2011: "Collectors Choice"
William Hook
     
November 4 – December 31, 2011

The American Landscape is William Hook’s inspiration. Large skies, low horizons, distant mountains, and textured foregrounds are expressed in his paintings with broad brushstrokes vivid color. His work is distinctive and stands out from contemporary landscape painters.






Kent Ullberg- A RetrospectiveKent Ullberg: A Retrospective
November 15, 2011 – January 15, 2012

Kent Ullberg was born in Gothenburg, Sweden in 1945.  He studied at the Swedish Konstfack School of Art in Stockholm and at museums in France, Germany, and the Netherlands. In 1967 he worked as a taxidermist in Botswana, Africa. Ullberg is now one of America’s most distinguished contemporary sculptors. An identity he claimed once he had begun a lasting relationship with Art Castings of Colorado where his first casting of a wildebeest entitled “Migration” was made. This exhibit contains over forty pieces spanning a period of over thirty years containing creatures from the land, sea and air.

















 

2010 Exhibitions

Burton PritzkerBurton Pritzker, Forgotten Planes
January 21 - February 2010

While working as an architect, Burton Pritzker was always striving for a way to design light itself. Although he had created drawings, sculptures and architecture previously, he realized photography was the only way to study and explore light. Since then he has worked as an artist full-time, exploring with the camera which he sees as “a key to a lock in a door, not as a tool to record the physical world.” This exhibition presented the works of Pritzker from the collection of the Museum of the Southwest.












Nashville PortraitsNashville Portraits
January 21 - March 14, 2010

This exhibition of sixty black and white photographs was selected from thousands of portraits shot over a period of more than thirty years by one of country music’s most celebrated photographers, Jim McGuire. The exhibition reflects a continuing project that began in 1972, and it documents many of the leading figures in the world of country music, from such icons as Bill Monroe, Minnie Pearl, and Lester Flatt to contemporary stars like Emmylou Harris, Nanci Griffith, and Marty Stuart. This exhibition appealed to lovers of country music, Americana, cultural history, and beautiful photography.






jean cappadonna nichols Daydreamer with Botticelli Barbie and Rat PatrolContemporary Series 2010: "Expatriates & Friends"
This series was a reunion of creative minds invited to place their inspired creations on exhibit. An expatriate is defined as one who removes (oneself) from residence in one's native land.  These artists are either from Midland, or lived here for an extended period of their lives.
Jean Cappadonna Nichols
January 22 – March 21, 2010
Painting
Fort Meyers, Florida

 











MAA 2010 Bruce McCombs Eds Easy DinerMidland Arts Association Annual Show

March - April  2010
Each spring a juried show of artists from around the country is hosted at the Museum of the Southwest.




















Student Art 11Student Art Annual Show

April - May, 2010
A yearly show of art submitted by K-12 students throughout Midland

 









Denny PickettContemporary Series 2010: "Expatriates & Friends"
Denny Pickett
April 2 -  May 30, 2010
Painting
Granger TX, Professor at Baylor University

 







New York September 11 by Magnum  PhotographersMagnum Photographers, New York, September 11              
April 2 – May 30, 2010

The majority of the photographs were taken on the morning of September 11th, 2001.  While many photographers in the exhibition focused on the actual buildings under attack and other forms of destruction that occurred, others chose to capture the raw emotions of New Yorkers, providing the exhibition with a rich visual diversity under this centralized theme.




Randolph HowardContemporary Series 2010: "Expatriates & Friends"
Randolph Howard

June 11 – August 29, 2010
Painting
Austin, TX








René Alvarado paintings The Madonna As MuseRene Alvarado, The Madonna As Muse
August 7 - October 17, 2010

The works in this exhibit are from 2003 to 2008 and represent the artist’s most mature painting to date.  Alvarado’s imagery is a complex representation of a spiritual nature.  He is not afraid of exploring the technical aspects of painting, nor the complex symbols that his subject matter addresses.  Born in the village of El Manantial, there was little comfort, and no television or movie theater to bring news and entertainment from the outside world.  But what it did possess was a highly developed sense of ritual, acted out in story-telling, music, and religious celebration and identity.

 










 

John BanovichJohn Banovich, Nature of the Beast                                                  
August 19 – October 17, 2010

Original paintings by renowned international wildlife artist John Banovich were featured in this exhibit. The artist specializes in large oil paintings of animals from around the world. Banovich is among the most renowned wildlife artists in the United States, and his art is appreciated by collectors internationally.  Recently he has formed the Banovich Wildscapes Foundation created to support important scientific research and preserve large conservation landscapes all supporting local community development conserving our wildlife and wild places from around the world.
 

 Joyce HowellContemporary Series 2010: "Expatriates & Friends"
Joyce Howell
September 17 – November 7, 2010
Mixed media, painting
Kingsland TX

 





 


Mary BaxterContemporary Series 2010: "Expatriates & Friends"
Mary Baxter

November 19 – December 31, 2010
Painting

Print It! The Art of Making Multiples

Print It NewsletterJanuary 10 – March 23, 2014
Durham Children's Museum


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Barnaby Fitzgerald's Moments, Still Lives and Figures

Barnaby Fitzgerald. Journal 49. Oil on CanvasJanuary 25 – March 23, 2014
Here and Now Gallery

Part of Contemporary Artist Series 2014:
Texas NEWS (North, East, West, South)

Barnaby Fitzgerald
Journal
2012
Oil on canvas


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Estamos Aqui (We Are Here)

EstamosAquiAlecDempsterJanuary 31 – March 16, 2014
Turner-Thomas Galleries

Alec Dempster
Maíz Moderno (Modern Corn)
2006. 
A/P edition of 50, screenprint
Collection Serie Project 
©Alec Dempster


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Pulled, Pressed and Screened: Important American Prints

1966.0070. Garo AntreasianFebruary 21 – April 20, 2014
Lissa Noël Wagner Wing

Garo Antreasian
Shield
1965
Screenprint on wove paper
Collection of Syracuse University


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The People of Taos

Ernest BlumenscheinFebruary 28, 2014 – March 22, 2015
Fred and Novadean Hogan Gallery

Ernest Blumenschein
Portrait of Indian with Hair Ornament
Oil on linen
Gift of Fred and Novadean Hogan
1980.009.003


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2014 Student Art Exhibition

Student ArtApril 3 – April 20, 2014
Turner-Thomas Galleries
and Durham Children's Museum

Faviola Calymayor
Little Girl Resisting a Kiss
2013
Best in Show- Senior High School
Student Art Exhibition 2013

Exhibition made possible by

Pioneer logo

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Kathy Sosa's Identidad

Kathy Sosa RockNRollApril 5 – June 27, 2014
Here and Now Gallery

Part of Contemporary Artist Series 2014:
Texas NEWS (North, East, West, South)

Kathy Sosa
Rock n Roll on My Mind 
2011
Oil on canvas

This exhibition is organized by:
Katharine T. Carter & Associates. 

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Midland Arts Association Spring Juried Exhibition

Best in Show 2013 PeggyImmelSaltPepperTexas Artists Today
May 1 – June 1, 2014

Turner-Thomas Galleries

Peggy Immel
Salt & Pepper
Oil/ linen panel
Taos, New Mexico
2013 Best in Show

Made Possible by:
Lindsey and Ryan Dickerson

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Galactic Golf

Galactic GolfMay 9 – September 21, 2014
Durham Children's Museum

Made possible by:
Wall Street Lofts, Midland's new luxury high-rise living community, coming Summer 2014!

 

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West Texas Triangle: Ken Little

Ken Little. Red Buffalo. Mixed mediaJune 13 – August 24, 2014
Museum of the Southwest Campus

Ken Little
Red Buffalo
2007
Mixed Media


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Our People, Our Land, Our Images

Tsinhnahjinnie. This is not a Commercial this is my homelandJune 20 – August 10, 2014
Wagner Wing

Hulleah J. Tsinhnahjinnie
Seminole/Muskogee/Diné (b. 1954)
This is Not a Commercial, This is my Homeland
1998
Platinum lambda printhotograph

Exhibition made possible by:
Claire and Janes Woodcock

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Edward Curtis in the Southwest

Edward Curtis. A JicarillaJune 20 – August 31, 2014
Turner-Thomas Galleries

Edward Curtis
A Jicarilla
1904
Photogravure 

Exhibition made possible by:
Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Rogers

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Katie Maratta

Katie Maratta DETAILJuly 11 – August 24, 2014
Here and Now Gallery

Part of Contemporary Artist Series 2014:
Texas NEWS (North, East, West, South)

Katie Maratta
Dark Silos
2013
Mixed media drawing
(Detail)


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Winslow Homer and the American Pictorial Press

Winslow Homer. Our Women and the War. 1997September 5 – November 30, 2014
Wagner Wing

Winslow Homer
Our Women and the War
1862
Published in Harper's Weekly, 1862
Wood engraving on newsprint
Courtesy of the Syracuse University Art Collection

Exhibition made possible by:
Catherine and Matt Hyde

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Orna Feinstein

Orna FeinsteinSeptember 26 – November 9, 2014
Here and Now Gallery

Part of Contemporary Artist Series 2014:
Texas NEWS (North, East, West, South)

Orna Feinstein
Morel #1 12
2011


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Framed: Step Into Art

FRAMEDSargent around the campfire 2October 3, 2014 – February 1, 2015
Durham Children's Museum

Made possible by RBC Wealth Management

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Margarita Cabrera

Margarita Cabrera SMALLNovember 20 – December 30, 2014
Here and Now Gallery

Part of Contemporary Artist Series 2014:
Texas NEWS (North, East, West, South)

Margarita Cabrera
Arbol de la Vida John Deere Model 790.
2007
Ceramic, slip paint and steel hardware.


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Thomas Nast's Winter Scenes

Thomas Nast. Santa ClausDecember 4, 2014 – January 4, 2015
Wagner Wing

Thomas Nast
Santa Claus in Camp
1863
Illustration
Harper's Weekly cover, January 3, 1863

Exhibition made possible by:
Debra & Fred Westmoreland.

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Billy Keen

Billy KeenBilly Keen, Moving On
Part of Contemporary Artist Series 2013: "Myths and Legends"
February 8 – March 24, 2013
Here and Now Gallery

Billy Keen
Blue Rock Sky
2011
Mixed Media


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From Houdini to Hugo

Brian Selznick The Dulcimer BoyFrom Houdini to Hugo:
The Art of Brian Selznick

February 15 – March 10, 2013
Fredda Turner Durham Children's Museum

Brian Selznick
The Dulcimer Boy: All he could
think
of was the boy in his arms
2003
Pencil on watercolor paper

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The Lone Star Printmakers

LoneStarPrintmakersThe Lone Star Printmakers
February 15 – March 10, 2013
Turner-Thomas Galleries

Charles Bowling
Deep Woods
Lithograph
1969.012.002
Gift of Artist.

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Miniature Books

Miniature BooksMiniature Books
March 1 –  June 9, 2013
Lissa Noël Wagner Wing

Photo courtesy of Dr. Tom Parks

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Midland Arts Association Spring Juried Exhibition

Best in Show 2013 PeggyImmelSaltPepperMidland Arts Association Spring Juried Exhibition
March 28 –  April 28, 2013
Turner-Thomas Galleries

Peggy Immel
Salt & Pepper
Oil/ linen panel
Taos, New Mexico
2013 Best in Show

Exhibition made possible by:
Lindsey and Ryan Dickerson

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Mary Kramer

Mary KramerMary Kramer, BorderLine
Part of Contemporary Artist Series 2013: "Myths and Legends"
April 5 – May 26, 2013
Here and Now Gallery

Mary Kramer
The Border Series: Oklahoma-Texas 2
2010
Oil on canvas

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Student Art Exhibition

Student Gallery 12Student Art Exhibition
May 9 – May 26, 2013
Turner-Thomas Galleries
Fredda Turner Durham Children's Museum



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Danville Chadbourne

DanvilleChadbourneEquivocalTruthWest Texas Triangle:
Danville Chadbourne

June 7 – August 25, 2013
Turner-Thomas Galleries and Sculpture Garden

Danville Chadbourne
The Great Equivocal Truth
1988-89
Acrylic on plywood and wood

Check out the Danville Chadbourne Catalog!

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Andrew Hancock

Andrew Hancock David BoudiaAndrew Hancock's Chasing Greatness
Part of Contemporary Artist Series 2013: "Myths and Legends"
June 7 – August 25, 2013
Here and Now Gallery


Andrew Hancock
David Boudia
2012
Photograph


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Musical Instruments

Musical InstrumentsMusical Instruments
June 7 –  August 25, 2013
Fredda Turner Durham Children's Museum

Light Touch
Sound Wall

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New Acquisitions, 2011-2013

Cleary Mountain LandscapeNew Acquisitions to the Museum of the Southwest Collection
2011-2013

June 21 - July 28, 2013
Lissa Noël Wagner Wing

Barbara Cleary
Mountain Landscape
1987-1990
Watercolor
2012.001.003
Gift of Jenna Cleary-Layden

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Sculptors Who Paint

HowellSickles Have I Heard This BeforeSculptors Who Paint:
Veryl Goodnight, Donna Howell-Sickles
and
 Rosie Sandifer
August 16 – November 3, 2013
Lissa Noël Wagner Wing

Donna Howell-Sickles
Have I Heard This Before

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Golden Books

TootleGoldenBooksGolden Legacy:
Original Art from 65 Years of Golden Books

September 6 – December 29, 2013
Fredda Turner Durham Children's Museum

Tibor Gergely
Tootle
1945
Gouache


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Craig Kosak

Craig KosakCraig Kosak's New Age
Part of Contemporary Artist Series 2013: "Myths and Legends"
September 20 – November 3, 2013
Here and Now Gallery

Craig Kosak
Sirens
2010
Oil on canvas

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Beneath Your Feet

Bierstadt Buffalo TrailBeneath Your Feet:
Selections from the Museum Vault

October 4 – November 10, 2013
Turner-Thomas Galleries

Albert Bierstadt
Buffalo Trail to Water Hole
Oil on paper
Gift of Mr. Fred and Mrs. Novadean Hogan


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Greg Davis

Greg DavisGreg Davis: India's Kumbh Mela
Part of Contemporary Artist Series 2013: "Myths and Legends"
November 15 – December 29, 2013
Here and Now Gallery

Greg Davis
Nectar of Immortality
2013
Digital Pigment Print

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Charles Carrillo: Retablos

Charlie Carillo San JoseCharles Carrillo, Retablos
December 5, 2013 – January 12, 2014
Lissa Noël Wagner Wing

Charlie Carrillo
San Jose (Saint Joseph)
Natural pigment on wood panel.


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1705 W. Missouri Ave.
Midland, TX 79701
432.683.2882