Set in a 250-acre park where large-scale sculpture is installed, the Museum holds a comprehensive collection of American art, from Colonial portraiture to contemporary 21st-century in most mediums.
Notable are watercolors, drawings, and prints from the 20th- and 21st-centuries, includingHopper, Homer, Demuth, and Marin, Bellows, Benton, Catlett, Bearden, Josef Albers, Diebenkorn, Motherwell, and Stella.
The Museum holds woodcuts, etchings, engravings, and other multiples by artists from the 15th- to the 19th-century in the European master print collection; includes 15th-century Martin Schongauer and Albrecht Dürer, more than 90 works by Rembrandt van Rijn, and works by Canaletto, Callot, Goya, and Whistler.
Also, examples of regional art from the 1930s to today; Decorative Arts; traditional African arts; 20th-century photography of the Southeast US; and American art glass from the late- 19th-century and the 1920s, to the 21st-century, includes Chihuly and William Morris.
Various media and diverse subjects exemplify contemporary art in the River Region
The second exhibition in the series, devoted to comparing the concept of portals
Depicting distinctive landmarks, common scenes, and everyday people of Montgomery
2 artists explore variations in color and form through serial imagery
44 narrative figurative clay works by 30 emerging, mid-career, and master artists
Inspired by 17th-century banquets, a large-scale installation of war and conflict
Experimental glass-blowing techniques reference natural forms
40+ images illustrate a wide range of lifestyles and address food insecurity and homelessness
Drawings that were conceived as variations of compositions by Goya
Featuring 25+ glass works created since 2000
Exhibiting works on paper by self-taught artists
Exploring techniques and materials that highlight color and form
Sculptural installation mimics the appearance of natural phenomena