Located in the Turney Mansion, circa 1910, the International Museum of Art is operated by The International Association for the Visual Arts. The museum features artwork by local and national artists. Exhibits included range from artifacts from Africa and Asia. Also included in the museum is the Mexican Revolution exhibit. A casita reproduction from the Mexican Revolution era is part of this exhibit.
Exhibiting Now: March 1- March 30
"Paintings and Things"
The exhibit not only features the unique stain paintings by this El Paso artist but gives the art-lover or the art-curious a glimpse into her creative process and cultural ties. The "things" part of the exhibition are some of Stapher-Thomas' collected objects that have inspired and touched her heart. Whimsical animals, local landscapes and totally imaginative images, this is a show that will appeal to kids of all ages.
Rio Bravo Watercolorists
"Arts of March 2014"
A juried competition and exhibition open to all RBW members.
Come and see or Pancho Villa death mask, cast from the original mold. Or explore our past Sun Bowl Exhibit winners in the Red room. We have many interesting and unique artifacts from around the world. Maybe you are looking for an affordable venue for weddings, quinceneras, or parties. The International Museum of Art is always looking for people to rent its services to. Please see our upcoming calendar for latest news. The museum will be open from 1 – 5 p.m. We are located at 1211 Montana Avenue and entry to our museum or any exhibit is always free.