Living In Texas: Visiting The Dallas Museum Of Art

Here is a good idea for the newest in Dallas (from a newer), The Dallas Museum of Art is open and waiting for you to walk in.

I recently visited the DMA and, I couldn’t wait to share it with you.

Fun fact: I love visual arts, museums, and art galleries but, I can’t draw, paint, or sculpture. Weird right?

My art lecturer would say, “ For someone who doesn’t know how to look and analyze an artwork, you like to go to museums.” And the man is right! (haha)

Enough! Let me take you to the DMA

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Dallas Museum of Art - Moya Anne

Before you go

A few things you need to know:

  • The museum is located in Downtown Dallas. You will find it in the Art District.
  • The entrance is free.
  • There is free parking for those with cars and, many others parking in the area.
  • There is also a restaurant inside the museum.
  • You can see both ancient and modern arts at the DMA.

The aesthetic

The DMA is a clean and well-organized museum. The decor and art disposition are perfectly matching.

Each room has its aesthetic/ vibe. You walk into a neutral room and end up in a bold and colorful one the next seconds.

For the IG besties: A neutral outfit will be perfect for a shoot in the staircases.

The Artworks

Multiple artworks from all around the world are exhibited in DMA. You will find African arts, ancient Egyptian pieces, Asiatic, American and European art pieces.

I saw pieces from Mali, Guinea, Côte d’Ivoire, Nigeria, South Africa and others.

I wonder why those artworks aren’t in their country of origin, However. I guess that would be a story for another day.

In love with those two (2) French art frames.

Modern Canvas Painting from Naudine Pierre. Title: “ What Could Be Has Not Yet Appeared”

The Alley

I smiled big when I heard the cool music playing in the alley.

There is also a mirror at the top where you can snap (souvenirs…souvenirs…memories)

It was such a great day. Seeing colors and beautiful artwork made me happy. I have favorited this place since I moved to Dallas and I can’t wait to see the upcoming exhibitions there soon!


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13 thoughts on “Living In Texas: Visiting The Dallas Museum Of Art”

  1. There’s so much about art that one needs to learn, explore and see

    I definitely can relate to you loving art but have no idea how to draw 😂😂😂

    I love your sense of humor Moya and this was a nice read

  2. CAN WE BE FRIENDS?
    This is the first blog I’ve read but I like you already🥲

    #fellowartloverbutwhoactuallydrwas

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