Academy Art Museum

Art Museum
Through 4/5

Africa Now! Sub-Saharan Artwork from the World Bank

As a tribute to the World Bank's Art Program, this exhibition features a selection of works collected by, donated or loaned to the program.
Through 4/12

The Art of Greg Mort

Select paintings and drawings by the self-taught artist are displayed.
4/25 - 7/5

From Rubens to the Grand Tour

An exhibition focused on two paintings by Peter Paul Rubens also features rare books on the Grand Tour and works by Theodoor van Thulden, one of Rubens's pupils.
4/25 - 7/5

Ray Turner: Population

A traveling exhibition of portraits by Turner that highlight the uncelebrated and celebrated people from a cross section of the populace in American communities.
4/18 - 7/5

Recent Acquisitions: Frederick Hammersley II

Features 45 works on paper by Frederick Hammerlsey, which include paintings, drawings, prints and computer drawings.
4/18 - 7/19

Carol Minarick: Beowulf and a Series-That-Is-Not-a-Series

Minarick, an Easton artist, brings her studio to the museum.
4/11 - 7/19

Rosemary Cooley: World View

Works by Cooley from her life of traveling and living in Asia, Africa and South America.

Editorial Review

Founded in 1958, and located in downtown historic Easton, the Academy Art Museum presents exhibitions, concerts, performances and lectures. With its five studios and a darkroom, the museum offers painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking and dance classes to adults and children living in the Eastern Shore region. Past exhibitions have included original works by Ansel Adams, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, Howard Pyle and N.C. Wyeth. The academy is a private not-for-profit institution. Special docent tours are available on request.