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The Frank L. Melega Art Museum is an equal opportunity provider.

Melega Art Museum Shop: Antonio PetruccelliPetruccelli_LE.html
Fans of Antonio Petruccelli from around the world will now have a chance to own a limited edition of some of the artist’s most engaging artworks. Six different illustrations from the exhibit “Antonio Petruccelli: Master Illustrator” have been chosen. Limited editions are now available for sale at the Frank L. Melega Art Museum sales gallery and here online at the museum’s website. All editions are limited to fifty plus five artist’s proofs and printed with the giclee process on archival paper. Click on the images below for more information.Petruccelli_LE.html
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Visit the Postcard Archive
View all of the exhibition postcards starting with our very first exhibition in 1999. Choose from the menu bar Past Exhibitions then pick  the year or exhibition (or click here).Past_Exhibitons.html

Exhibition Postcard

Weekdays:  10:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Sunday:  1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

In Memoriam: Samuel N. Kolmen  1931 - 2014

Our friend and Abstract painter Samuel N. Kolmen passed away October  15, 2014. His career as a successful artist came after his retirement from academia. Watching Sam paint was an event. He attacked the canvas with exuberance and flair, seriously having fun.

Samuel N. Kolmen

Interpretations

Painting -  Monoprints

November 22, 2003 -

February 7, 2004

Exhibition Postcard

Samuel Kolmen at the opening reception for his show “Interpretations”

HELD OVER BY POPULAR DEMAND!Donald Simpson
Megaton Man: Rebirth@Half-Life
The Nuclear-Powered Hero of 1984
Repurposed for the 21st Century!
You can now see the Donald Simpson 
exhibition until February 8, 2015             
read more by clicking hereExhibitions.html