Museum of Texas Presents Neighbors Selections from the Art Division Collection

. December 14, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Museum of Texas Presents Neighbors—Selections from the Art Division Collection in Gallery 4.

Nancy Palmeri, Chicken Banquet, 1999. Woodcut. © Nancy Palmeri. Photograph courtesy MoTTU Art Division.

An “Up from the Basement” exhibition from the Art Division of the Museum of TTU. Neighbors are people who live near us: sometimes next door, sometimes down the block, and sometimes a mile or more away. Artists are neighbors. As they spend time with us, sometimes our likeness ends up in one of their images. In this small selection of art works, all by artist-neighbors from Texas or our neighbor to the west, New Mexico, perhaps you will find someone who looks familiar, who provided to you a helping hand, who lives down the road from you, or who you do not know in the least.

The Museum of TTU (MoTTU) is a major general museum with collections in the arts, humanities, and the sciences numbering over 5 million objects. Temporary and permanent exhibitions in the social and natural sciences, and visual arts are presented in the main building on both the first and second floors. –

Category: Fine Art

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