Exhibition Galleries of the Stark Museum of Art
Lobby: Introductory Exhibit
Western bronzes; Southwestern Weavings; The American Birds of Dorothy Doughty: The Southern and Western Trips.
Gallery 1: Exploring America’s Frontiers
Early exploration art of the American West. John James Audubon (The Birds of America, double elephant folio) to Thomas Moran. Nineteenth century.
Gallery 2: Picturing the Wild West
Art portraying the drama and romance of the Old West. Works by Frederic Remington, Charles Marion Russell, N.C. Wyeth, and others. Late nineteenth–early twentieth century.
Gallery 3: Portraying an Idyllic Place
Art depicting the beauty of the landscape and the cultures of the West, especially of New Mexico. Features Taos Society of Artists, Georgia O’Keeffe, and others. Twentieth century.
Gallery 4: Creating from Traditions: Arts of the American Indians
Beadwork, baskets, pottery, jewelry, carvings, sculptures, prints, and other arts by American Indians. Nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Gallery 5: Special Exhibitions
The Special Exhibitions gallery changes out twice a year. Please see Exhibitions page for information on the current and upcoming special exhibitions.
Hallway 1: Edward Marshall Boehm
Sculptures by Edward Marshall Boehm.
The American Birds of Dorothy Doughty: The Early Years
The exhibition of Doughty Birds begins in Hallway 1 and continues in the Lobby.
Hallway 2: The United States in Crystal
Steuben Glass bowls of the fifty states and nation.
Stark Museum of Art, 712 Green Avenue, Orange, TX
Free parking is available in the Stark Museum of Art parking lot, which is located across 7th Street from the Museum.