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With all the excitement and energy surrounding Floyd Casey Stadium’s final game, one near-campus store is helping Baylor look forward to the future.
Harts N Crafts gift shop, arts and craft supply store gives a peek at the process with its original painting of the building of Baylor Stadium.
Artist Joe Magnano created a painting of the new stadium, aptly named “Progress.” Harts N Crafts has made 2,500 copies of the painting that are all signed and numbered. These are limited edition pieces; once they are gone, there will be no more.
Waco may not have a patron saint, but it has been visited by angels. This month through January, seven 8-foot original Tiffany stained glass angels are on display at the Lee Lockwood Library and Museum on Waco Drive, courtesy of the Historic Waco Foundation.
The seven angels are displayed on a stage, and each window is backlit.
Baylor studio art and graphic design majors convey their artistry and sum up years of hard work in one exhibition.
Bachelor of Fine Arts students who are graduating this semester will display their work Thursday through Tuesday at the Martin Museum of Art. There will be a dessert reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday. The reception and subsequent viewings of students’ work are free and open to the public.
Pablo Picasso once said, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”
Children paint beautiful pictures for someone special, even if they are only beautiful in their innocent eyes and the eyes of the receiver. As people grow up, many put away their paints, crayons and watercolors for other things like writing papers, reading and schoolwork.
His photos are only two colors – black and white. They seem simple in this age of digitized photography. The truth, however, is the work of Ansel Adams revolutionized the craft of photography by delivering more than images but a message for a better world.
Today that message will arrive at Baylor.
The Martin Museum of Art inside the Hooper-Schaefer Fine Arts Center will open its doors at 10 a.m. to showcase the traveling exhibition “Ansel Adams: Distance and Detail,” displaying the famous black and white photos of the late photographer.
Each year, Baylor hosts the Senior Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition where graduating seniors can display their work.
The event began Tuesday with a reception and will run through Sunday at the Martin Museum of Art in the Hooper-Schaefer Fine Arts Center in galleries 1 and 2.
The Baylor and Waco community will find art is a way for people to show off their talent today.
The Baylor Piper Children’s Art Gala and Auction, featuring photographs and paintings by children at the Piper Center for Family Studies and Child Development and other pieces by various Baylor faculty artists, will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. today in the Martin Museum foyer of the Hooper-Schaefer Fine Arts Center. The art gala is free and open to the public.
You don’t have to look very far to find Baylor students going above and beyond. This time, look no further than the art department, where a varied collection of artwork is currently on display.
The Martin Museum of Art is hosting the Baylor Art Student Exhibition, which started on March 28 and will run until April 17 in Gallery 1 and 2. The exhibition is free and open to the public.
A block away from the newly renovated Waco Convention Center stands a building that looks like it was plucked straight out of the 1600s. Heavy wooden doors positioned beneath and between the carved likenesses of Catholic saints lead to a cavernous room filled from floor to ceiling with historic and meaningful artwork.
Waco history is coming to life for citizens and tourists via the cattle drive statues in front of the Waco Suspension Bridge.
The statues are meant to represent the cattle drive of the Chisholm Trail, which passed through Waco.