One of The Westmoreland’s most recent conservation projects was the reframing of Thomas Hovenden’s Death of Elaine, a painting illustrating a passage from Alfred Lord Tennyson’s collection of poems Idylls of the King.
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This exhibition explores how, after World War I, artists without formal training “crashed the gates” of major museums in the United States, diversifying the art world across lines of race, ethnicity, class, ability, and gender.
Four works on paper from the Museum's permanent collection recently underwent a conservation ‘spa’ treatment, complete with rejuvenating baths resulting in wonderfully restored artworks.
Rising artist Janel Young of JY Originals is The Westmoreland’s current resident artist with her residency running through September. Find out a little more about Young, her work, and what she’s been up to so far during her residency with...
The first stanza of Sarah Williams-Devereux’s original site-specific commissioned poem Nexus was installed on Janet Zweig’s Public Art Analog Scroll, located on the North Main Street Bridge in downtown Greensburg, today, June 14.
In Alone Together: Encounters in American Realism, we bring together works separated by almost a century to consider how they are bound together by the shared experience of living and working in difficult times.
This summer three interns will participate in an eight-week paid internship program at the Museum designed for undergraduate or master’s program students interested in a career in the arts and […]
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...
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.