More than 400 temporary art exhibitions have been presented in the Museum’s galleries in the last 50 years. To celebrate the Golden Anniversary of the Museum, Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Danny Bills has filled the galleries with selected major artworks to demonstrate the depth and breadth of the permanent collection. The permanent collection has grown since 1967 into an outstanding collection of artworks on paper and original prints by American artists.
It's All About the Prints
The exhibition It’s All About Prints is based on the documentary produced by the Print Research Foundation titled All About Prints. This film features a variety of prints from the Wichita Falls Museum of Art’s Permanent Collection as seen around the gallery.
In conjunction with Celebrating the Golden Anniversary: Highlights from the Permanent Collection, this exhibition features artist from the WFMA permanent collection with Hispanic heritage to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month.
From the WFMA Permanent Collection. Though the architecture and furnishings hint at the presence of human life, Kipniss’ works are devoid of people. They artfully explore the effects of light and shadow in muted tones, often in shades of white and gray.
From the WFMA Permanent Collection. Capturing a unique view of Wichita Falls and the surrounding communities, Charles A. Fuhs photographed life in the 1920's.
Flat Bed Press: Proofs and Processes: February - April, 2018
Mediterranea-American Art from Williford Collection: June 1 - September 1, 2018
Poets, Painters, & Paper: Post-World War II American Avant-Garde Art: June - August 2018