Lancaster’s Art & History Museum is announcing a new acquisition, which is great. Congratulations to artist Mark Moore on being a museum artist – that is a feat that only a relatively small number of artists will ever enjoy.
It’s great to see action in the MOAH’s acquisitions department. While Lancaster’s museum may be small, it is active. We can only hope that our community continues to support the museum at an increasing rate so that this institution becomes a real cultural establishment here in the Antelope Valley.
The gallery is pleased to announce the Museum of Art and History‘s recent acquisition of “Imagination is Always the Winner” (2013), by artist Joshua Dildine.
Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH) houses a collection of post-war period and contemporary art in the areas of painting, sculpture, prints, drawings, photography, film, installations and new media. The museum also houses a collection of art pertaining to the Antelope Valley region. This art was created by artists that lived in, worked in or were inspired to create by the region. Rotating art exhibitions focus on contemporary artists, as well as the art housed within the current collection. In addition, the museum has a vast collection of Native American, historic artifacts and geologic specimens pertaining primarily to the Antelope Valley and its surrounding areas. Many of these items will be on permanent display within the museum, while others make up some of the history themed…
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