Artwork of the Week: Rhododendrons
This month we celebrate the birthday of artist Dorothy Weir Young.
"Come, Follow Me" - June 2023
June's selections include works by Bloch, Śledz, and Legros
Artwork of the Week: Lesaka Waken
While the monumentality of Lesaka Waken feels impossibly vast, anchored to both land and the highest of stratospheres, it also connects to the optics of relatively small.
Artwork of the Week: May 22, 2023
Jesus, whilst confronted with a murderous horde prepared to execute a woman “taken in the very act of adultery,” chose to not respond to the mob’s shouted confrontations and demands for capital punishment. Instead, the Lord remained thoughtful, somber, and ultimately articulate as he subtly and silently communicated to the venomous bystanders by inscribing His commentary/invocation in the sand.
Artwork of the Week: May 15, 2023
First, consider the act of climbing a tree—a dauntless act for a big kid. So naturally, it is the eldest and tallest, a confident Mahonri has buccaneered his way above the groundlings.
Spring Cleaning at the MOA
What's it like to take care of the Museum's outdoor collection? We asked one of our student employees.