The Permanent Collection of the Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU Texas houses over 1600 works of art, with an emphasis on artwork on paper. Currently, the exhibitions listed below feature the WFMA Permanent Collection.
At the WFMA
African American Art: Works from the Permanent Collection
In the spirit of Black History Month, this exhibition features African American artists from the WFMA Permanent Collection in conjunction with text written by Cammie Dean, Director of Student Transition Services at MSU Texas.
Reneee Stout, Marie Laveau, 2009, Lithograph
Paul Valadez: Collage and Community
Paul Valadez: Collage and Community presents Selections from the Great Mexican-American Songbook, a series of two hundred collages containing Spanish slang and American and Mexican advertising imagery, layered and pasted onto pages from antique songbooks.
The Resurgence of Printmaking and the Birth of a Museum
This exhibition, featuring art from the permanent collection, explores the significance of printmaking in the founding of the Wichita Falls Museum of Art.
Tim High, Delivering the Golden Goose, 1969, Screenprint
Young at Art: A Selection of Caldecott Book Illustrations
The exhibition Young at Art: A Selection of Caldecott Book Illustrations includes original illustrations from Caldecott Medal recipients and from “runner-up” Honor books, as well as other illustrations by award-winning artists. This exhibition of works from Wichita Falls Museum of Art’s permanent collection celebrates the vision and talent of twenty-eight award-winning artists.
Leonard Weisgard, Mother Hen, 1947, Acrylic