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New Meetup: 25th Anniversary Antiques Show

From: Cindy C.
Sent on: Thursday, October 14, 2010 4:47 PM
Announcing one ticket available for a Meetup for Just Us Girls!

What: 25th Anniversary Antiques Show

When: Friday, October 15,[masked]:15 AM

Price: $26.00 per person

Where: Greenville County Museum of Art
420 College Street
Greenville, SC 29601
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The event is sold out, but someone canceled due to illness, and would like to sell her ticket. Sign up if you are interested, and then I can reimburse her.

The granddaughter of the late American artist Andrew Wyeth will be the featured speaker at the museum's 25th Anniversary Antiques Show. Victoria Browning Wyeth will speak on Friday, October 15, at 10:15 am, following a 9:30 coffee in her honor. Ms. Wyeth has been sharing her knowledge about the art of the Wyeth family since she was fifteen years old, appearing at both the Farnsworth Art Museum in Maine and the Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. Her unique personal perspective opens the Wyeth family to the public by offering memories and insights gained through years of discussions about art with her grandfather, amplified by chats with her uncle, the painter Jamie Wyeth. Her Greenville presentation will also feature images of family paintings that are not available for public viewing.

The Greenville County Museum of Art has achieved international attention for its association with Andrew Wyeth, and the Museum now owns 35 works by the artist known as ?America?s Painter,? including representative works from every major phase of his career. Mr. Wyeth, who died early in 2009, called the Greenville Collection ? the very best collection of my watercolors in any public museum in this country.?

As a group, we will attend the coffee reception, and then go to the lecture hall at 10:00 to get seated for the presentation. I have gone to this event for several years, and the speaker they select is always very interesting. We will be able to view the antiques after the presentation for as long as we like. I hope you can join us!

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