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The Stark Museum of Art houses one of the finest collections of nineteenth and twentieth century Western American art in the country. It focuses on the stunning land, dramatic people and diverse wildlife of the West. Paintings, sculpture and prints...more
When I mentioned that a club trip was going for the day from Houston to Orange,Texas to visit the Stark Museum, most people seemed stunned to know there was even a museum there. Well, not only is there a museum but it is definitely worth...More
The Stark Museum of Art is not to be missed while traveling through South East Texas. Even if you are just traveling on a road trip, if passing Orange, take the time to stop here. One of the best exhibits of western art I have...More
Traveling from Tennessee to Texas, we planned an overnight stop in the small town of Orange, Texas in order to visit this museum. So very glad we did. The Stark has works, wonderful works!, by many famous American West artists (Thomas Moran, Albert Bierstadt, Frederic...More
My grandson attended an art camp there during the summer. We attended the reception at the conclusion of art camp where all the campers had art on display. It was a nice little reception, but mostly I was impressed with the museum overall. The exhibition...More
Just love Orange Texas! So many hidden places to go in a small town! The Stark Museum of Art has beautiful paintings. Top notch art museum! A nice quiet and cool place to go to get out of the heat in July!
Who would think that a 'little town' like Orange, Texas could have such an amazing museum... this is a definite must-see and it's worth a special trip just to tour this museum. The art work and the history will astonish!
Orange, TX is blessed to have this place. A terrific exhibition of western art drew us here this time. Previously, it'd been an exhibition of firearms. It's quiet, clean, and airy. Great for seeing the exhibits.
One of, if not the, best collections of western and Audubon art in the southwest. Rotating and special exhibits warrant visiting every few months. The docent/educators are more than happy to share their knowledge or let you explore on your own. Worth a day trip...More
I had the great pleasure of visiting the museum and it was breath taking the since of calm the western classic were beautiful. I could spend all day here I didn't know what to expect but I was captivated from the door. The pieces were...More