The Midwest Museum of American Art is located in the center of downtown Elkhart, Indiana in a beautifully renovated neo-classical style bank building. The Midwest Museum of American Art is a showcase of 19th through 21st Century American Art and houses a large collection of hand-signed lithographs by the famous American illustrator Norman Rockwell and the world’s largest Overbeck Art Pottery collection. The permanent collection numbers over 7,000 works of art with approximately 1,200 on display at any time during the year. The Midwest Museum of American Art is a not-for-profit public organization, funded entirely through membership, donations, and grants.
The “Story of American Art”: The MMAA Permanent Collection maintains over 7,000 works with around 1,200 on display throughout the year. Works by Grant Wood, Robert Henri, Robert Reid, the Hoosier Group of Impressionists; Abstract Expressionists, Hans Hofmann, Willem de Kooning; the largest public collection of hand-signed & numbered Norman Rockwell color lithographs; the world’s largest collection of Overbeck Art Pottery; plus, works by Andy Warhol, Robert Indiana, and the Chicago Imagists, Roger Brown, Art Green, Karl Wirsum, and more! Up to twelve changing exhibits plus numerous “spotlight” exhibits annually. The largest cash-awards art competition in the state covering only 24-counties of Michiana—$25,000+ per year. Weekly Gallery talks & films. Memberships available on line.