Mavis Smith, Sink or Swim, 2003, egg tempera on gesso panel, H. 26 x W. 28 inches, James A. Michener Art Museum. Museum purchase funded by Lorraine Nevens Greenberg Egg [...]
Cicada began as a sketch and later became the painting it is today. Take a look at the sketches Rob Evans did in 1994 and in 1996 before he created his painting.
Thanks to the Google Art Project, the Museum's galleries are now available to be seen via Street View imagery. In addition, thirteen works of the 125 objects online are viewable in [...]
As someone who has no interest or talent for anything scientific, I approached Starstruck: Fine Art of Astrophotography not sure if I would enjoy it. Could photographs of the universe really count as art?
On a recent trip, Central Bucks West high school ceramic students saw the work of Steve Tobin in his exhibition, Out of This World: Works of Steve Tobin. Below are the artists [...]
There really is no question that the photography in Wendy Paton: Nuit Blanche is dramatically alluring. Wendy Paton’s study on night, abstract portraiture, and transformations in human nature create a mysterious [...]
(Note: This blog post was written by former intern Taylor Hunkins, a student studying art history and classics from Dickinson college on his last day at the Michener this summer. Thank [...]