New exhibition of works on paper at Palmer Museum takes viewers on a journey across the globe

New exhibition of works on paper at Palmer Museum takes viewers on a journey across the globe

For those who have been staying in one place throughout the last year and a half, the Palmer Museum of Art has an antidote for your wanderlust: the current special exhibition Place to Place: Recent Gifts of American Drawings and Watercolors, 1900–1950. This exhibition of works on paper by American artists presents a wide array of geographical locales depicted with a dynamic range of mediums and artistic approaches, offering a jaunt around the United States and abroad during the first half of the twentieth century. The exhibition is on view at the Palmer now through December 12, 2021. Organized by the Palmer Museum and curated by Adam Thomas, curator of American art, Place to Place brings together twenty-three new arrivals to the museum’s collection, nearly all donated since 2017 and all on view for the first time. “We are profoundly grateful to the collectors and donors who have enhanced our collection with thes
For those who have been staying in one place throughout the last year and a half, the Palmer Museum of Art has an antidote for your wanderlust: the current special exhibition Place to Place: Recent Gifts of American Drawings and Watercolors, 1900–1950. This exhibition of works on paper by American artists presents a wide array of geographical locales depicted with a dynamic range of mediums and artistic approaches, offering a jaunt around the United States and abroad during the first half of the twentieth century. The exhibition is on view at the Palmer now through December 12, 2021. Organized by the Palmer Museum and curated by Adam Thomas, curator of American art, Place to Place brings together twenty-three new arrivals to the museum’s collection, nearly all donated since 2017 and all on view for the first time. “We are profoundly grateful to the collectors and donors who have enhanced our collection with thes