A special partnership between Sherman Library & Gardens and Laguna Art Museum brings the legendary collection out of the library for the first time. Each artwork in Sherman Library’s fine art collection is an opportunity to make connections between past and present, tell a tale of local lore and notoriety and see the ties that weave California’s coastal and artistic communities together.
Unseen Ties correlates the culture of Southern California with its storied history of art collecting, featuring artists Jean Goodwin Ames, Bradison, Rex Brandt, Arthur Cahill, Elizabeth Jane Ritchel Crowningshield, Frank W. Cuprien, William Darling, Phil Dike, Kay Finch, Roger Folk, Percy Gray, William Alexander Griffith, Anna Althea Hills, Clarence Hinkle, Joan Irving, Emil Kosa III, Jean Mannheim, La Verne Parker, Edgar Payne, Lou Rankin, Catherine Snell Tuttle and William Wendt.
Unseen Ties: The Visual Collection of Sherman Library & Gardens is presented in partnership with the Sherman Library & Gardens and is organized by guest curator Meg Linton and Director of the Sherman Library Jill Thrasher.
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