Seven Ceramic Artists JAN. 19 - FEB. 26

Seven celebrated ceramic artists come together to share their unique interpretations of the medium. Join The Nave Museum as we welcome Verne Funk, Pat Johnson, James Watkins, Tracye Wear, Wen-Dan Lin, Jeff Forster, & Susan Budge to Victoria.

Curated by Susan Budge

Join us at The Nave Museum as we explore the documented travels of Jerra & Buddy Lee. In this most unique photography exhibition guests will find they are immersed in another world. Through these images visitors to The Nave Museum will take a temporary excursion to the beautiful country of Cuba.

Curated by Dr. Jill Fox

Polo at McFaddin 2017 SAT. MARCH 25 @ 12-6PM

Enjoy a professional Polo Match in the refreshing countryside setting of McFaddin Ranch. Dress “Chic Country Elegant.” Indulge in gourmet Tailgate Tastings, beer and wine. Bid on diverse Auction items and one of a kind experiences. Enhance your experience by becoming a Benefactor. Call 361-575-8228 or email info@navemuseum.com for more information.

The Nave Museum is proud to welcome artist Maxine Price as she shares her unique painting style with our guests. Maxine discovered that her fascination with “the accidental beauty found in debris.” could best be shared through these unusual, colorful, heavily impasto canvases. She works almost exclusively with palette knives & the result is something truly special. 

Curated by  Dr. Mary Lasater

Texas Contemporary Glass JUL. 27 - SEPT. 17

Summer brings something extraordinary as modern glass artisans from across Texas gather in an exhibition that will have something for everyone. Exploring many types of glass artistry, these talented individuals showcase the art glass world in a way most have never seen. Join The Nave Museum as we welcome the artists of the Texas Contemporary Glass Movement. 

Curated by Eric Hess

Dia de los Muertos OCT. 5 - NOV. 5

The Nave Museum’s annual Dia De Los Muertos exhibit celebrates the beauty of this ancient tradition with a month-long tribute to those gone on before. Brightly decorated  altars by local artists commemorate the dearly departed while highly detailed & sought-after retablos are displayed awaiting your highest bid!

The Nave Museum in Victoria will present an exhibit of seventy fine black-and-white photographs of historic houses by Rick Gardner, a Houston architectural photographer.  In 1975, he received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and came to the area to photograph historic houses in Victoria, Cuero, Hallettsville, Gonzales, Schulenburg, Beeville and Goliad.  These houses were about 100 years old in 1975 and the large format pictures show what they looked like then.  Built in Victorian and Neo-Classical styles, the houses have a vernacular Texas flavor. Many of the houses are still standing today.  The show opens Friday, November 16, 2017 and prints will be available for purchase.

Curated by Sharon Steen

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