My Thanksgiving trip to PA did not involve all eating. While I dined well from Pudge's cheesesteak to turkey to my sister's meatballs, I fed the mind as well. Dad and I trekked to Doylestown in Bucks County and wandered the halls of the James A. Michener Art Museum
. We enjoyed the current exhibit The Painterly Voice
From Edward Hicks to Baum, Redfield, Coppedge, and Daniel Garber (see Tanis
above), my eyes delighted in paintings of trees, country barns, meandering rivers, and frozen landscapes. More than two hundred paintings highlighted the style of Bucks County artists and their colleagues in New Hope. Particularly lovely is the use of light and color.
Then outdoors, I could admire the grand finale of fall. (And I didn't have to rake leaves.)
The Michener Museum exhibit proved enlightening and enjoyable. The curator's written commentary was light, amusing, and casual. We dined on a visual treat.
Thanks for visiting us this past weekend and writing about it in your blog! Hope you come back to see us soon! :)
Director of Education, New Media and Interpretive Initiatives