Amarillo Museum of Art
The Amarillo Museum of Art is dedicated to enriching the lives of the diverse people of the Texas Panhandle area, bringing them together for the experience of art through exhibitions, education, and collections. The AMoA is housed in an Edward Durell Stone designed Fine Arts Complex on the campus of Amarillo College. The AMoA presents a variety of temporary exhibitions throughout the year representing a wide range of media, periods, and styles. The museum’s permanent collection consists primarily of American art and includes paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, and photographs. In addition to American art, the Price Collection and Gallery of Asian Art includes Indian and Southeast Asian sculpture, Middle Eastern textiles, and Japanese woodblock prints.
Artwork featured in the exhibits section is MARK DICKSON, Untitled, 1999, Oil on canvas, 54 x 54 inches, Collection of the Amarillo Museum of Art, Gift of Dr. Phillip Periman
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