What better month to visit the Norton. As you'll see in our newsletter, we have a new exhibit of our art collection of the American West by Frederic Remington and Charles Marion Russell, while outside, our thousands of azaleas burst into bloom. Our exciting, special exhibit, Guild Hall: An Adventure in Art, remains on view through March 31. It showcases 73 works of art by famous American artists who worked on the eastern shore of Long Island, such as Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Andy Warhol, and many others. You'll learn about First Saturday Tours in March and April, what's blooming in our botanical gardens, and more. March is a wonderful month to explore inside and outside the museum.
This month brings us an exciting new special exhibit, Guild Hall: An Adventure in Art. It showcases 73 works of art by famous American artists who worked on the eastern shore of Long Island, such as Jackson Pollock, William de Kooning, Andy Warhol, and many others. Bring your lover along for our Valentine Tour. You'll see works of love and hear love stories of artists and their muses, models, and devoted wives. Elsewhere in this newsletter you'll learn about Alfred Stevens famous painting, The Pink Lady. Also, along for a travelogue by our Everl Adair who sailed along the Danube, and writes of the wonders of Melk Abbey in Melk, Austria.
January is a great month to visit the museum and our botanical gardens. Forsythia, narcissus and paper bush brighten winter days. You'll also get to spend an afternoon in our new Research Library, looking at rare volumes from centuries past. In this newsletter, you'll learn what you can do in your own garden this month, and what's coming up in February, including a tour for lovers, and the beginning of a special exhibit of some of the finest art in America.