A tribute to the Renwick Gallery's Founding Director, Lloyd Herman, a man whose name was synonymous with studio craft
Lloyd Herman Curator of Craft
SAAM remembers the towering twentieth-century figurative painter, Philip Pearlstein.
Joseph Cornell, who was born in 1903 on Christmas Eve, often created handmade objects to give as gifts during the holidays.
A look at the extraordinary career of master metalsmith and painter Daniel Brush
The Fleur and Charles Bresler Curator-in-Charge, Renwick Gallery
A closer look at Joseph Cornell's work and his continuing influence, even 50 years after his death
SAAM’s video series, American Art Moments, takes a closer look at the monumental quilt The Harlem Hellfighters by Bisa Butler
Taking a closer look at Claggett Wilson’s watercolor paintings that depict his experiences as a combat marine in World War I
Jaune Quick-To-See Smith (Confederated Salish and Kootenai Nation) was born on the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana in 1940. Throughout her long and distinguished career she has used her art to powerfully express her support for Native American communities
For centuries humans have been bringing the outside in, brightening up interior spaces by incorporating plants into homes and offices. Twice a year, horticulturists at the Smithsonian mimic rain and wind to help keep the trees in the Kogod Courtyard happy and thriving.