Get inspired by browsing some of our personal recommendations for moms that enjoy cooking or decorating, moms that are fashionistas and moms who may need a little pampering in this blog, and find even more unique, handcrafted gifts in person...
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Delve deeper into what’s happening at the Museum! Explore articles and multimedia features about current exhibitions, exciting acquisitions, artist interviews, behind-the-scenes activities, works from the permanent collection, conservation efforts, upcoming events, announcements, and more!
Brewer's solo retrospective exhibition Cultivation: Journey of the Work features works from the beginning of her quilting career to her latest pieces as of last year, and is only on view for 3 more weeks, through April 24, 2022.
Refresh your home decor with vibrant artworks, architectural illustrations, or quilted pillows, and add a pop of color to your look with neon earrings, bright barrettes, or a statement necklace. You can also find Mother’s and Father’s Day Cards, wooden...
Stephen Towns: Declaration & Resistance examines the American dream through the lives of Black Americans from the late 18th century to the present time.
The newest work of art to be added to The Westmoreland's permanent collection is Lilly Martin Spencer's (1822–1902), Still Life with Apples, 1891.
Winter has arrived, and it’s quite frosty outside! During this cold season, warm up at The Westmoreland with stimulating exhibitions, seasonal beverages, in-person events and more!
Only have 30 minutes to visit Simple Pleasures? No worries, to get a good overview of Lee’s career, check out the ten works that Barbara Jones, co-curator of the exhibition, recommends viewing!
It’s that time of the year again! We’ve put together a gift guide of curated selections of our new and favorite products from the Shop, so you’re sure to find something for every taste and interest on your list!
Simple Pleasures: The Art of Doris Lee presents the first major critical assessment of works by the artist Doris Lee (1904 – 1983). Lee was one of the most recognized artists in the country during the 1930s and 1940s.
Enjoy this art making activity created for you by the Museum’s Studio Programs Coordinator Michael Carsone! Read on for Michael’s explanation behind the inspiration for the project and his step-by-step instructions.
In The Swimming Pool, Davids depicts the end of an idyllic summer day at a swimming pool in a rural area, shown by the rolling hills dotted with the occasional house in the background.
Evolution of a Design by Helen Stiver, Charming Little Lotus Hello, my name is Helen Louise, I use both first and middle names to honor my grandmothers whom I am […]