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Ongoing Exhibits

Visions of Florida : Perspectives on the Sunshine State


A mixed-media exhibition that includes work by artists that live and work in the 27th state. (more…)

Artistic Legacy : The Story of Arthur I. Appleton


Ever wondered where the Appleton Museum of Art got its name, or how the museum found a home in Ocala? Stroll through the history of the Appleton Family and the museum to learn all about Marion County's cultural gem. (more…)

Current Exhibits

Alphonse Mucha : Master of Art Nouveau

November 6, 2021 -  January 9, 2022

From 1895 to 1910 Alphonse Mucha (1860–1939) was one of the most significant artists in all of Europe and considered by many as the creator of the Art Nouveau style. (more…)

Exhibition and museum tour organized by Landau Traveling Exhibitions, Los Angeles, California.

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Heart of the Horse : Photographs by Juliet van Otteren

October 9, 2021 -  April 24, 2022

Forty black and white photographs of horses that reflect the beauty and complexity of these exquisite animals. (more…)

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A Dickens Christmas : The Urban Family Holiday Exhibition

November 16, 2021 -  January 9, 2022

Revel in the holiday spirit with “A Dickens Christmas: The Urban Family Holiday Exhibition.” This annual, beloved display adorns the first floor of the museum with themed trees from the collection of Ocala cardiologist Dr. Paul Urban, his wife, Joyce, and daughters, Katie, Kristie, Kassie and Karlie. (more…)

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Garden Party : Botanical Paintings by Susan Martin

November 20, 2021 -  April 24, 2022

Florida artist Susan Martin's photorealistic canvasses explore the botanical world by concentrating on small portions of plant life. (more…)

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Alison Saar : Works from the Permanent Collection

March 30, 2021 -  January 2, 2022

This exhibition of printed works from the permanent collection by internationally acclaimed artist Alison Saar incorporate both spiritual and political themes. Not one to shy away from difficult subjects, Saar commonly explores topics such as race, historical biases and gender, challenging viewers in exciting ways, describing her work as "refined savagery." (more…)

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