Fleischer Museum Exhibitions

Current, Future, and Past

Spirit by Buck McCain
Museum open 10:00 - 4:00 daily, closed Holidays
Admission fee: Adults $5, Students 18 and under free
Current Exhibitions
"American & Soviet Impressionism:
Selections from the Permanent Collection
September 1, 2002 - ongoing
Future Exhibitions

Housed in the corporate headquarters of Franchise Finance Corporation of America, (FFCA) Fleischer Museum opened in 1990. As the first museum dedicated to American Impressionism California School, 1890-1930s, the Museum has hosted numerous outside exhibitions and concerts along with the private collections of Morton Fleischer, FFCA founder, and his wife Donna. In August 2001, G.E. Capital purchased FFCA along with the corporate headquarters. The City of Scottsdale recognized the value of tourism that the Museum had generated over the past years and asked the Fleischers to consider preservation of the collections and in return the city would build a new Scottsdale Fleischer Museum to house the artwork. Scottsdale Fleischer Museum will be relocated to the Loloma Arts District on Marshall Way and First Street with a completion date in February 2004.

The new Scottsdale Fleischer Museum will represent California Impressionism, Soviet Impressionism and Western memorabilia, and continue the tradition of hosting outstanding special exhibitions of fine art at the new location.

Past Exhibitions
2002 Student Exhibition
"Vivid Interpretations: Then and Now
June 1, 2002 - August 25, 2002
"American Impressionism California School, 1890-1930s ~
Russian Impressionism from the Cold War Era, 1930-1980s"

May 1, 2002 - June 1, 2002

"Buffalo Bill's Wild West: Scottsdale Gets Bill's Best"
Selections from the Buffalo Bill Historical Center
January 19 - April 28, 2002

2001 Student Exhibition
"Spirit of Impressionism, Works by Valley Youth
June 1, 2001 - August 26, 2001
Mist Over Point Lobos by Guy Rose
Woman in Folding Chair by Richard Blake
In the Palace of Culture Ballet Class by Nadezhda Kornienko
Student Tour
Windham from Mullins Hill by J. Alden Weir
Young Timber Cutters by Alexei Belykh
"Dan Ostermiller - Les Animalier"
January 15 - October 31, 1994
Daydreamer by Dan Ostermiller
Laguna Eucalyptus by Guy Rose
"Camaraderie: The Spirit of American Impressionism"
presented in conjunction with Masterworks of American Impressionism from the Pfeil Collection
at the Phoenix Art Museum

November 15, 1992 - February 15, 1993
Spanish Boats by Arthur Grover Rider
Rising Mist, Ojai by Marion Kavanagh Wachtel
"The Daywood Collection"
January 5 - March 15, 1992
The Watcher by Frank Weston Benson
"The Gilcrease Comes To Scottsdale"
December 1, 1990 - February 25, 1991
Acoma by Thomas Moran