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Recent Posts from The Westmoreland

Kerry James Marshall’s Lost Boys AKA BB

Years before Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, Antwon Rose, and so many more African American youths lost their lives, Kerry James Marshall used acrylic and collage to create his Lost Boys portrait series, a memorial to the violent deaths of black youths by gun violence. The paintings present adolescent figures in ordinary clothes, like … Continued

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Celebrating LGBTQ Artists in the Collection: Larry Calcagno (1913-1980)

In honor of LGBTQ Pride Month last month and our upcoming Pride Celebration Week, July 27-31, The Westmoreland wanted to highlight the work of LGBTQ artists that are in our permanent collection. Lawrence Calcagno, better known as Larry, was an artist who gained notoriety during the era of Abstract Expressionism of the 1950’s for his … Continued

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Art Making Activity: Memory Explosion Box

2020 will be memorable in many ways. 2020 high school and college graduates will no doubt have graduation stories unlike the traditions that we have grown to know. Unconventional as they may be – drive-in graduation ceremonies, virtually receiving diplomas, parades to honor students at their homes – our community truly does come together in … Continued

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