BFA Senior Exhibition: Spring 2023
View the work of graduated BFA students from the Department of Art & Art History.
Jason Bly: Curriculum for a Better Tomorrow
Jason Bly is an Assistant Professor of Art at Midwestern State University, teaching painting and drawing courses. See more about his past exhibition at the Martin Museum.
In the Ring: Goya's La Tauromaquia
View images from our 2023 exhibition, In the Ring: Goya’s La Tauromaquia, curated by Mike Schuetz, Collections Manager at the Martin Museum of Art.
Coming Home: A Retired Faculty Exhibition
The Martin Museum and Baylor University celebrated a group of past Department of Art & Art History faculty through a selection of their work and discussed their impact on the University and the surrounding community.
Paper Trail: Letterpress and Screenprinted Posters
Texas graphic artist Dirk Fowler had 25 works featured in this exhibition. His images ranged from music and concert posters to intriguing visuals that reveal their message through illusion and clever ruses.
The Sound of Color: Art Inspired by Music
Leonardo Nierman explores the connections of art and music through his work, the Sound of Color.
2022 Faculty Biennial Exhibition
The Biennial Faculty Exhibition highlights the current work and research of Baylor Department of Art and Art History Faculty.
The Art of the Landscape
The landscape continues to serve as a way artists connect to the places people experience and how humans interact with and affect those spaces. Enjoy a selection of works from the permanent collection and the exhibition, The Art of the Landscape.
Revisiting Audubon: An American Naturalist
The Martin Museum explores Audubon and his prints from The Birds of America publication.
The Floating World
In this past exhibition from our permanent collection, The Martin Museum of Art showcases a selection of woodcuts depicting "the floating world" of Japan.