The Upper School Art Department and the Fab Lab of Innovation at All Saints Episcopal School of Tyler, Texas collaborated on a fascinating project. In the words of Gale Lassiter, art teacher at All Saints, “The design was created by the art Department for 2019-2020. The Fab Lab laser cut the wood panels and theContinue reading “All Saints’ Collaborative Art Project”
Arthur Clayborn, a reporter for KLTV Channel 7, recently visited the TMA to check out Bits & Pieces: Works by Al Souza. Our Executive Director, Christopher Leahy, gave him a personal tour, which you can see here: https://www.kltv.com/2020/07/23/partially-assembled-jigsaw-puzzles-come-together-new-exhibit-tyler-museum-art/ . You have until October 18th to see it in person!
Day of the Dead is a fun, family-based Mexican holiday. Although it is celebrated around the same time as Halloween, instead of spooky trick-or-treats it is a time to honor family members and friends who have passed away. Altars are built to honor the dead, food and treats are left in cemeteries for them, andContinue reading “Our first big school event, Day of the Dead”
Glasstire has named “The Blue Man: Photographs By Keith Carter” and “Bits & Pieces: Works By Al Souza” as two of the top five art exhibitions currently open in Texas. Glasstire is the oldest online-only art magazine in the country, and has promoted the visual arts in Texas to a local, regional and national audienceContinue reading “TMA Exhibits Named Top 5 in The State!”
The Tyler Museum of Art has over 1600 works in its permanent collection, and images of nearly all of them are available online. The collection not only contains work by influential East Texas artists like David Bates, William Montgomery, and James Surls, but also includes pieces by renown artists like Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, andContinue reading “TMA’s Permanent Collection is now online!”