Wharton Esherick in 1966, photo by Donald McKinley. Wharton Esherick Museum Collection. This month we are celebrating Wharton Esherick’s
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Esherick's sketch of the two monoliths for Aspiring Pair, 1952. Can you imagine a sixty-foot-high Wharton Esherick sculpture? In 1952,
Lawrence Peabody, Wharton Esherick, David Campbell, Walker Weed with members of the wood panel at Asilomar. Photo from Craft Horizons July/August
A Teacher Appreciation Post This month’s blog post was written by Visitor Engagement Manager, Maria Franey, who began volunteering with the Wharton
What Kind of Man Are You Going to Be?: Exploring Jean Toomer and Peter Esherick’s Philosophical Conversations
"Peter Esherick," Photo by Marjorie Content, circa 1934. In the summer of 1937, at the age of eleven, Wharton Esherick’s
Photo by Paul Godwin Last December we received the sad news that the internationally celebrated craft and textile icon
Noticing, #1235, 2013, Roberta Massuch. Porcelain, concrete, handmade flax paper, 15' x 26 x 8". We often hear from those
With a snowy wonderland outside the Studio doors, we’re reminded of Esherick’s winter woodcut scenes and the artistic freedom he found through
To Wharton Esherick, the Studio was an autobiography. If you wanted to know him, you had only to come to the
It is with deep sadness we share the news that Mansfield Bascom, Co-Founder of the Wharton Esherick Museum, passed away on Monday,