San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts
In September 1999, the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts opened the doors to its new building located at One Love Street, a once run-down part of San Angelo. After spending more than $6 million, the building itself has come to represent a unique, meaningful piece of architecture for this West Texas community and is often referred to as the âJewel of the Conchoâ for its daring lines and unusual use of materials. SAMFA brings the history, community vision, and design principles involved in the creation of the building to those who are curious about this work of art. This audience includes past visitors, potential visitors and students interested in architecture and design.