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Christian Arts Museum has a special exhibit on display of Dr.Kenneth Wyatt's Giclee paintings of the Apostles. Dr.Wyatt is one of the most well-known and prolific Christian and Western artists of today. Dr.Wyatt included a painting of Paul in the...more
Small but totally worth the stop!! Full size replica of ark of the covenant, fine cross collection, as well as other pieces donated to this museum. Staff very informative. Video excellent! Last Supper was remarkable!
The Last Supper wax figure exhibit is amazing as well as the other art collections. The docent advised that nativity scenes are displayed During the Christmas season. No admission charge, donations suggested.
One of only five wax presentations of the Lord's supper made by the Stuberghs. Only three still exist. This one in Fort Worth, one in Santa Cruz, CA and one in Lourdes, France.
The Stuberghs used the old way of making wax figures which was...More
My wife and I visited one Saturday morning just to see what this could be. What a nice little museum filled with Christian art. During our visit there was a temporary exhibit of a life size Old Testament priest and the Ark of the Covenant....More
This little tiny museum is definite worth the time to find it. From the assortment of hand created crosses of bronze to the large wax statutes of the Lord's Last Supper, every minute reflected the love of our Lord.
This little museum is just off 7th Street in Uptown Fort Worth. It is quite small but features some interesting articles before you are shown the reason you came. A miniature Ark of the Covenant, Aaron's clothing for entry into the Holy of Holies, and...More
Found the brochure for this "hidden" wonderful little museum! Truly inspiring place a must see! The many crosses on the wall when you walk in to the different pieces of art, then to the life size wax replica of "The Last Supper". Truly a blessing!...More
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cam782562, Public Relations Manager at Christian Art Museum of Ft. Worth, responded to this reviewResponded July 14, 2015
Thank you for visiting the museum and the TA review. I note you want to come back and see the nativities. They will be on display from the week after Thanksgiving through the first week of January. Again thank you for visiting.