With a collection of nearly 1,400 American paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints and photographs, the museum’s primary focus is American art created after 1850 through the present. Highlights include paintings by George Inness and Thomas Moran; works on paper by Jasper Johns and Kara Walker; a collection of 56 Indiana Amish quilts, and hundreds of American Cut Glass work and Roseville Pottery.
8-10 large scale works create an experiential installation
Celebrate and explore the birth of the school
Some of Indiana’s earliest examples of graphic arts
Images tell the story of the artist's Armenian ancestral ghosts
Works bring has been discarded back to life
Paintings, prints and sculpture paired with drawings of the creative thought process