Visit the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in the heart of Fort Worth’s Cultural District. A trip to the Carter will take you through diverse artworks spanning early nineteenth century expeditionary art to mid-twentieth century modernism.

You’ll have the opportunity to discover local, Fort Worth legends in Imagined Realism: Scott and Stuart Gentling; immerse yourself in light and shadows with our site-specific installation Anila Quayyum Agha: A Beautiful Despair; explore the healing power of plants through artworks in Sandy Rodriguez in Isolation; and meditate on our exquisite permanent collection.

Stuart Gentling, Landscape with pond and barn, ca. 1979, graphite, opaque and transparent watercolor on paper.Collection of Lee Lupton Tennison, © Amon Carter Museum of American Art

From photographs and paintings to statues and artifacts, you will experience the vast diversity and creativity that American art has to offer here at the Carter with artists such as Thomas Moran, Stuart Davis, Ansel Adams, Charles Russell, Georgia O’Keefe, Gabriel Dawe, and more. Admission is free. 


Visit CarterMuseum.org for more information.