TMA's new series How to Sound Smart at an Art Museum continues!This month's word is rococo. The opposite of modern's clean lines and simplicity, rococo can be described ornate, elaborative artwork (including architecture and music!). Think patterns, detail and exuberance. This style was particul...
On view for a limited time. The Brilliance of Caravaggio: Four Paintings in Focus Get your tickets for the exhibition today. Link in the bio.
Visual art and poetry have been intertwined for centuries, each influencing the other. If you have poetry to share, we invite you to participate in Discover, Inspire, Create: TMA Poetry Prize. Write an original poem inspired by selected artworks from the Toledo Museum of Art. This contest is open...
Moments captured, memories made.
Art Real Life: Georges Rouault, To Love Would Be Sweet, published 1948, Etching, aquatint, drypoint and roulette over photogravure: Patrick Smith/Getty, AFC Championship (Travis & Taylor's version), 2024
We are the Muses, goddesses of the arts and proclaimers of heroes.: syrinx photography (FB)
Cheers to a pioneer who revolutionized art with his unconventional techniques- Jackson Pollock!His unconventional techniques challenged the boundaries of traditional art, leaving an indelible mark on the world of abstract expressionism.
Participate in the Sankofa Carnival and gain access to unique digital artworks created by @__osinachi and Yusuf Lateef.Scan the QR code in Libbey Court or visit the link in the bio.Sankofa Carnival is sponsored in part by Buckeye Broadband, Block Communications, Inc. and Richard and Denise Arnos.
Welcome to How to Sound Smart at an Art Museum, presented by TMA.Each month, we'll be teaching you a new word from the art world that you can use to impress your friends next time you're at TMA.This month's word is chiaroscuro, which is Italian for light-dark. This term describes an effect of con...
Guess the piece!This painting portrays a male child elegantly dressed as a Catholic cardinal, but no one knows who he is. He is joined by everyones favorite museum dog.
It's only been a couple of weeks and we're already missing Koons' Balloon Monkey (Magenta). No worries though the Museum Store has got you covered with Koons-inspired items to bring joy to your own space.
Jordy R. Pomas captivating series of sculptures, inspired by the extraordinary women known as Curanderas or curiosas, bids farewell on January 28. Be sure to stop in and see Las Curiosas in the Robert C. & Susan Savage Community Gallery.