June 13-September 17, 2017
This exhibition features artists from the Matheny Arts Access Program and Arts Unbound working as part of Art Garden CSA (Community Supported Art). Both organizations support and serve artists with disabilities, and have collaborated to bring this unique project to reality. The innovative Art Garden connects these artists with the local community, and works to further the professional art careers of the talented artists who participate.
Image: A Charmed Life, acrylic on paper.
Murtogh’s Music Room
June 15-October 15, 2017
Explore an exhibition featuring some of Murtogh’s personal favorites, including a variety of large and elegant table model cylinder musical boxes and upright disc boxes. Impressive instruments include a Welte-Mignon Reproducing Cabinet Piano and a rare Longman Mechanical Barrel Piano, c. 1810. Many of these personal favorites have never before been exhibited.
Opening Reception & Curator’s Tour, Thursday, June 15, 6:00PM
Tickets: $25 per person
Image: Longman Mechanical Barrel Piano, c. 1810, John Longman, London, England, 2003.18.254a-h.
Albert Green Pottery:
From the Morris Museum Collection
Through June 23, 2017
The works of Albert Green, Master Potter (1914–1994) reflect the artist’s inspiration by Asian ceramics through self-taught, painterly techniques and a subtle sense of earthly color. His personal recreation of Kuan glazes of the Sung Dynasty (A.D. 960–1279) and his harmonious style make him an internationally known master in the field of stoneware, pottery, and ceramic.
Image: Albert Green (1914-1994), Bottles and Tea Bowl, Gift of Hortense Green.
The Stars Tell the Story:
American Flags from the Morris Museum Collection
Through November 13, 2017
The American flag voices the story of our nation’s history, culture and involvement in world events. Featuring flags dating from the birth of the country through today, this exhibition highlights times of prosperity and depression, achievement and invention.
Image: United States Flag , c.1777-1795, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Wycloff.