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Artist Alexandre Hogue as “Environmentalist”

Deflated Footballs

January 28, 2015 | Never Forget:  Jim Thorpe, All American Controversy in professional sports isn’t a new concept.   And leading up to the most-watched program of the year, the Super Bowl, it seems fitting …

A Ribbon Cutting Event for a New Mural in Corning

November 26, 2014 | CORNING, NY – A hidden spot in Corning’s Denison Park has been given a facelift.  The tunnel underpass that connects the North and South sides of Denison Park now features …

Just in time for the bitter cold – Artemus Has a New Hat!

November 18, 2014 | November 17, 2014 CORNING, NY – When you pass by The Rockwell Museum, you’ll notice a whimsical addition to an already imaginative building façade.  Just in time to battle Old Man …

Forever Pass
Introducing the Forever Pass

October 24, 2014 | Did your child recently come home with a little wooden chip in their backpack or pocket? They received it from The Rockwell Museum on their school tour, and we are …

Two new pieces of Contemporary American Indian Southwestern Pottery

October 1, 2014 | The Silver Dollar Society, The Rockwell Museum’s largest donor group, expands the art collection each year through acquisition. Support toward the purchase of works of art ensures that the unique …

A Journey through Stone and Bronze

August 5, 2014 | Abraham Anghik Ruben incorporates his ancestry and interests into the sculptural expression of his art. Ruben seeks to convey the stories of his ancestors who have gone before him. By …

ruben, sculpture, inuit art, soapstone, rockwell, corning, gaffer district
Most Recent Acquisitions

May 31, 2014 | Abraham Anghik Ruben, SculptureBirds, Animals, and Spirits, 2014, Brazilian soapstone. Clara S. Peck Fund Purchase and in-kind by artist. 2014.9 The sculpture, entitled Birds, Animals, and Spirits, is a one-of-a-kind artwork created …

Frowning Cliff, Watkins Glen New York

February 13, 2014 | The Rockwell Museum is proud to present a beautiful painting from the Arnot Art Museum in Elmira, New York. This is a great opportunity to see an iconic painting of …

The Horse as an Icon of the Old West

December 11, 2013 | Horses have been a time honored subject of paintings and other artistic mediums. The stateliness of the horse has been used as an allegory for war heroes, symbols of a …

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Artist Alexandre Hogue as "Environmentalist"

October 24, 2013 | Alexandre Hogue, whose works are currently on display at the Rockwell, explored environmentalism through his art, well before it was the popular thing to do. His love of nature inspired …