Past Exhibitions
Walk on the Wild Side:
Animals and Other Creatures in Art

9.7.13 – 6.29.14
Decorative Arts Gallery

The works in this exhibition feature animals and other creatures, both real and fantastical. From fiery dragons to a cute little mouse and everything in between, this exhibition displays the importance of animals in art and demonstrates a bond between humans and the animal world that has lasted for thousands of years. Don't miss the opportunity to see works rarely on display.

Organized by the Flint Institute of Arts
Foureyed Sighthound
guardian lion ridge tile
camel
Geo Dog Duke II
Parrot and Snake Covered Jar

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Artist Unknown
Guatemalan, Maya
Parrot and Snake Covered Jar
ceramic, n.d.
10 3/4 x 7 (diameter) inches
Gift of Robert Drapkin, 2006.96
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