Past Exhibits

Her Wooden Canvas: The Carvings of Mabel Barrow Kreger

By 1898, a spirited and determined young 16-year-old Mabel Barrow had learned the craft of carving wood. “Miz Mabel” applied traditional methods and often mythical motifs to furniture and other decorative objects. 

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Africa: Crossing the Continent

This lavish exhibition, drawn from one of the most encyclopedic private collections on the east coast, features more than 100 pieces of art. Included are a hauntingly strange Yombe nail fetish, classical Nigerian statuettes, a geometrically-stylized Songye mask, and an eerily powerful Kota reliquary – as well as ancestor figures, decorative throwing knives, and a very rare full-figure ...

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Upcoming Exhibits

WKMA continually brings new and exciting exhibits and artists to the museum experience. Explore what's next for us.

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Permanent Collection

View works from our Permanent Collection of art, part of the WKMA experience year round, featuring our most enduring pieces.

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Sculpture Garden

The Sculpture Garden is a beautiful part of our museum grounds experience, and part of our permanent collection of art.

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Past Exhibits

View previously exhibited work at the William King Museum of Art, a retrospective of past shows and galleries.

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