Collections focus on modern and contemporary works by American artists, including painting, sculpture, prints, photographs, and other media.
Pre-Columbian works from Mesoamerica and the Andes comprise a significant part of the collection, as do both modern works and folk art of Mexican origin.
50+ years of art-making by a fiber artist and weaver who creates three-dimensional sculptural pieces
30 felt sculptures and paintings examine artifacts related to U.S. history, geography, folklore, and culture
Black and white images capture immigrants' hardships
Abstract paintings, sculptures and installations created with fire
Works by the creator of fantastical children's books
5 illustrators original works illuminate creative interpretations of story and characters
Watercolors relate directly to the land
Images from "the Brooks Brothers" travels across the world and the people/places they discover
Works by Yokut, Mono (Monache), and Miwok tribes of Central California basket makers
Large format paintings tell familiar stories and invite personal narrative
31sr woman artist bestowed the award will curate a selection of her work
Works made of plexiglas and/or cellophane plus an installation in the Sculpture Garden
Works examine natural and human worlds through a blend of contemporary and classical imagery