Celebrate the beauty of nature in the Fired Arts at the latest exhibition at the Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts. The new show, which opens on April 17, highlights the four classical elements of EARTH, AIR, FIRE, and WATER that ancient philosophers believed were the fundamental building blocks of nature.
Visitors are star-struck with the new installation of Windstars by Rob Stern at WMODA. Rob is known particularly for his star sculptures, which are dedicated to his father, a consummate stargazer fascinated by cosmic phenomena. The Windstars are constructed with 13 individual parts, which Rob blows with infinite color and
The “Vogue of the Statuette” flourished during the 1920s, thanks to the popularity of Royal Doulton’s figurine collection. This new exhibition features highlights from the vast collection of Arthur Wiener and includes many rare early models, unique prototypes and trials, which were never produced. The evolution of figurative design during
Dale Chihuly is arguably the most famous glass artist in the world. His name draws vast crowds to site-specific glass installations across the globe as well as to art galleries and museums internationally. The stunning Art on Fire exhibit at the Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts presents the creative exuberance
In a career that has spanned more than 50 years, Paul Stankard has become the acknowledged master of flame-working. See the stunning Paul J. Stankard · The Art of the Flame exhibition spanning his illustrious career at WMODA. Stankard melts thin rods of colored glass with a flame-worker’s gas-fueled torch
Fantastique celebrates the enchanted world of ceramic art. From myths and monsters to fairies and fables, you will be spellbound by the flights of fancy of European ceramic artists during the last two centuries. Fire-breathing dragons of the Dark Ages do battle with heroic knights or guard the treasures of
It’s party time at the Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts as we celebrate the art of having fun at our entertaining exhibition Carnival & Cabaret. The flamboyant festivals in Venice, Rio and New Orleans are explored through the eyes of porcelain artists from Europe. The masks of Mardi Gras and other carnivals
Elegant china enriches the tea-drinking experience as can be seen at the Art of Tea exhibition at WMODA. Discover how skilled potters have provided the most appropriate tea services to suit all tastes for the last three centuries, from the traditional English ritual of afternoon tea to the Tango tea