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Last week we shared a trip that we made to the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley where we saw two wonderful exhibits.  You can see the Steinlen Cats here.  Today it’s about Tiffany.  This beautiful exhibit will be there until September 1st and it is worth the trip to get over to Winchester to see it.  Here is just a few of the glass masterpieces.

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Yesterday I had an early Birthday celebration with two wonderful friends.  We had a nice lunch and then went over to the  Museum of the Shenandoah Valley where we saw two amazing exhibits – Steinlen Cats and Tiffany Glass.  Today I’ll share the Cats!  The exhibit features 26 cat themed works by Theophile-Alexandre Steinlen (1859-1923).  The is an artist best know for his Art Nouveau posters.

It’s a beautifully displayed exhibit.  Don’t miss it.  It is there until September 1, 2019.

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MSV AK 1 There is a wonderful exhibit of paintings from around the Shenandoah Valley by Andrei Kushnir at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley.  It’s worth going to see.  His impressionistic style is very appealing and you will recognize many of the painting locations.

Take a look here for more information.

And while you are there be sure to see the marvelous Mucha exhibit that we posted about yesterday.  See it here.

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MSV M 1The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley has a wonderful Art Nouveau exhibit featuring Alphonse Mucha.  I visited it yesterday with some friends and it is a MUST see.  If you live near Winchester you need to make time to go.  It runs through the end of July.

Click here to see more photos and information about the exhibit.  

 

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NFCU 1NFCU 3NFCU 2We had a blast teaching a Paint Party for Navy Federal Credit Union staff at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley last night. (Learn more about the museum and their exhibits here.)   We had a large group of overachievers so of course, the did GREAT!  We painted a nice little spring valley scene with an apple tree.  Since some of the attendees were visiting from Pensacola, FL they got a nice little souvenir to take home.

Terrific work everyone!  And thanks for the really good time.

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MSV Impressionist ExhibitYesterday was a rainy, messy day but that didn’t stop my friend Linda and I from a little day out.  We had a delightful day riding over to Middleburg, a cute little town about 25 miles from Front Royal, where we visited our favorite shop.  Then we rode over to the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley in Winchester to see the new visiting exhibit:  American Impressionists.  It was a nice collection from the Reading Museum of painters from all around America who painted in the impressionistic style.  While they did not allow photography in the exhibit you can see more about it with some photos here.  It’s worth a trip to see while it’s here.

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