The Hibel Museum of Art is an art museum in Jupiter, Florida. It is best known for being the only art museum in the world to ever be solely dedicated to featuring art works of a living American woman.
Located inside the John D. MacArthur campus of the Florida Atlantic University, the Hibel Museum of Art is an exhibit space featuring the works of Edna Hibel. It was founded in 1977 by Clayton and Ethelbelle Craig of Boston, Massachusetts. The couple has always dreamed of finding a way to showcase their Hibel art collection, which was already 300 pieces strong at the time and was composed of painting, drawings, porcelains, and stone lithographs.
The Hibel art Museum originally opened in Palm Beach and was moved in 2002 in its current location.