Continuing its effort to consider artworks in thought provoking contexts, the Museum has brought together a group of works from its permanent collection to investigate the impact of color choices made by artists.
This exhibition features a selection of Japanese prints from the permanent collection of the Amarillo Museum of Art.
In the midst of a three-year grant awarded by the National Foundation for the Advancement of the Arts, Tarpon Springs native Rocky Bridges has produced, during two intense periods of work, his most thoughtful and aesthetically dynamic artworks to date.
Outside the Box: Eleven International MADI Artists featuring Carmelo Arden Quin and Volf Roitman from the Masterson and Lenherr Collections
The Polk Museum of Art has organized the first American museum exhibition of the work of the MADI movement. This exhibition presents an intensive investigation of one of the most enduring art movements today.
This exhibition will highlight some of the artworks collected by the Polk Museum of Art during the last two years. Included in the exhibition will be works by Paul Brach, Robert Mapplethorpe, Miriam Schapiro, and Louis Comfort Tiffany.
This exhibition highlights major international, American, and regional artists whose works are in the Museum’s Permanent Collection.