The Michele and Donald D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts was established in 1933 and is housed in the original Art Deco-style building. The Museum holds a comprehensive collection of American, and Asian paintings, prints, watercolors and sculpture and representative examples of drawing, furniture, metalwork, textiles, glass and ceramics, as well as a notable collection of European Art (French, Dutch, and Italian).
The Museum also holds the largest collection of Currier & Ives (active 1834-1907) lithographs in the nation.
Introducing visitors to the Kaula through their paintings, sketches, photographs, and studio accessories
French and American artists explore how artists translated impressionist style into black & white
Celebrates the outstanding creativity of artists working in clay
Vessels from functional to sculptural demonstrate ceramics' shift from craft to art
Explores the artist’s expressive narrative style and interest in capturing his era's social history
Pairs of prints by artists who were friends, couples, or business partners demonstrate creative collaboration
4 artists explore the human/nature relationship through the ancient medium of encaustic (melted wax)