• small vase with painted yellow lines, tall yellow "chimney" and pale reddish pink ladder-like handle small vase with painted yellow lines, tall yellow "chimney" and pale reddish pink ladder-like handle, on Esherick's deck table
    Yellow Line Vessel, Porcelain, underglaze, glaze. 8" H x 5" W x 3.5" D   Created by WEM Artist-in-Residence Roberta Massuch, this one-of-a-kind ceramic vessel was inspired by elements of Esherick's Studio. Learn more about the Roberta Massuch: Artist-in-Residence exhibition, which features new site-specific works that reflect Roberta's sensitive and slow observation of Esherick’s idiosyncratic home and studio over the course of many months. Member discount cannot be applied. ITEM# RAM-WEM4
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    small vase with painted orange lines, tall yellow "chimney" and ladder-like handle small vase with painted orange lines, tall yellow "chimney" and ladder-like handle
    Orange Stripe Vessel, Porcelain, underglaze, glaze. 8" H x 4.5" W x 4" D   Created by WEM Artist-in-Residence Roberta Massuch, this one-of-a-kind ceramic vessel was inspired by elements of Esherick's Studio. Learn more about the Roberta Massuch: Artist-in-Residence exhibition, which features new site-specific works that reflect Roberta's sensitive and slow observation of Esherick’s idiosyncratic home and studio over the course of many months. Member discount cannot be applied. ITEM# RAM-WEM5
  • tall and narrow ceramic vase with yellow grid and turquoise top, holding yellow sunflowers tall and narrow ceramic vase with yellow grid and turquoise top, on Esherick's deck table
    Yellow Grid Vessel, Porcelain, underglaze, glaze. 13" H x 7" W x 4" D   Created by WEM Artist-in-Residence Roberta Massuch, this one-of-a-kind ceramic vessel was inspired by elements of Esherick's Studio. Learn more about the Roberta Massuch: Artist-in-Residence exhibition, which features new site-specific works that reflect Roberta's sensitive and slow observation of Esherick’s idiosyncratic home and studio over the course of many months. Member discount cannot be applied. ITEM# RAM-WEM2
  • tall white ceramic vessel with turquoise "awning" feature and tall three pane red window. Back side has faint yellow grid on surface tall white ceramic vessel with turquoise "awning" feature and tall three pane red window. Back side has faint yellow grid on surface
    Turquoise Awning, Porcelain, underglaze, glaze. 14" H x 6" W x 4" D   Created by WEM Artist-in-Residence Roberta Massuch, this one-of-a-kind ceramic vessel was inspired by elements of Esherick's Studio. Learn more about the Roberta Massuch: Artist-in-Residence exhibition, which features new site-specific works that reflect Roberta's sensitive and slow observation of Esherick’s idiosyncratic home and studio over the course of many months. Member discount cannot be applied. ITEM# RAM-WEM3
  • Tool of the Frayed, 2020, Vintage objects. 16 x 4 x 2 inches. This piece is created by Bob Ingram and featured in our 28th Annual Juried Exhibition, Home as Self. Bob Ingram is a woodworker and furniture maker based in Philadelphia, PA. He trained in Industrial Design at the Pratt Institute, completed a residency at the Tasmanian Institute of Technology, and co-founded the Philadelphia Furniture Show. He has shown his work extensively, won numerous awards, and published prolifically.  As an artist, Bob’s works use found objects as well as various tooled pieces of wood, metal, glass, plastics, and any other materials he finds. These pieces embody a whimsy and humor in their playfulness. Learn more about Bob and Tools of the Frayed on our Home as Self Exhibition page. *To receive free shipping, select "Juried Wood Show Shipping" option when checking out! Member discount cannot be applied.
  • ceramic vessel or white porcelain with a tall blue form on left, and yellow grid on right and a painted yellow grid on the base
    Primary Vessel, Porcelain, underglaze, glaze. 11" H x 9" W x 9" D    Created by WEM Artist-in-Residence Roberta Massuch, this one-of-a-kind ceramic vessel was inspired by elements of Esherick's Studio. Learn more about the Roberta Massuch: Artist-in-Residence exhibition, which features new site-specific works that reflect Roberta's sensitive and slow observation of Esherick’s idiosyncratic home and studio over the course of many months. Member discount cannot be applied. ITEM# RAM-WEM1
  • Detail Disoriented (Brain Fog), 2021, Eucalyptus. 9 ½ x 2 1/16 x 7/8 inches. This piece is created by Pato Hebert and featured in our 28th Annual Juried Exhibition, Home as Self. Pato Hebert is an artist, teacher, and organizer who splits his time between Los Angeles and New York City. He received an MFA in Studio Art from the University of California Irvine, and BA in Studio Art from Stanford University, and he currently teaches in Art & Public Policy at New York University. His work explores the aesthetics, ethics and poetics of interconnectedness. He works across a range of media including photography, installation, sculpture, language, light, temporality and graphic design. Learn more about Pato and Detail Disoriented on our Home as Self Exhibition page. *To receive free shipping, select "Juried Wood Show Shipping" option when checking out! Member discount cannot be applied.
  • Tractor Seat Stool, 2022, black walnut. 21 x 18 x 12 inches. This piece is created by Henry Webb and featured in our 28th Annual Juried Exhibition, Home as Self. Henry Webb is a woodworker based in Juneau, Alaska. After working seasonally in a modern cabinet and furniture shop for three years, Webb founded Heirloom Joinery in order to pursue his own design and building method and principles. His methods are centered on solid hardwoods and traditional hand joinery and his aesthetic is both primitive and modern. Webb wants his furniture to be explicit and honest, and he shows his joinery as much as possible to tell the story of how it was put together and to add decorative interest. Webb is not a hand tool purist, but is a joinery purist who believes that well cut joints make strong furniture that lasts and is beautiful. He draws on green woodworking, pre-industrial woodcraft and slojd techniques. He is inspired by Shaker, Japanese and Scandinavian design and the work of Wharton Esherick, and the “Form follows Function” adage is a cliche he appreciates. Learn more about Henry and Tractor Seat Stool on our Home as Self Exhibition page. *To receive free shipping, select "Juried Wood Show Shipping" option when checking out! Member discount cannot be applied.
  • The Wharton Esherick Museum is a beacon for the creative spirit and by being a member it is yours to experience again and again, as all membership levels include free admission benefits. Members also represent our most engaged audience. As a member, you provide critical support to preserve and promote Wharton’s extraordinary home and collection, ensuring our doors stay open for generations to come.

    By joining the Esherick Society with a gift of $1,000 or more, you become a member of a very special group of Museum enthusiasts who, through their generosity, invest in the Museum’s sustainability and future.


    Oak Circle – $1,000 – $2,499

    Walnut Circle – $2,500 – $4,999

    Cherry Circle – $5,000 +

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    Wooden sculpture by David Fisher depicting words by Walt Whitman
    Every Atom, 2022, Crabapple, black walnut, steel. 13.25 x 6 x 7.75 inches. This piece is created by David Fisher and featured in our 28th Annual Juried Exhibition, Home as Self. David Fisher is a woodworker based in Greenville, PA. He carves green logs and branches into bowls, spoons, containers, and other sculptural forms, often enhanced with carved lettering. Learn more about David and Every Atom on our Home as Self Exhibition page. *To receive free shipping, select "Juried Wood Show Shipping" option when checking out! Member discount cannot be applied.

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