If you have been to the Michener Art Museum, you have probably seen the large sculpture in the gardens on the outside of the building. You may have passed this sculpture dozens of times while walking into the Museum or the Bucks County Free Library next door.
We continue to be amazed by how The Color of the Moon exhibition thrills all that have seen it. We have seen visitors of all ages that have been inspired. [...]
On July 20th, the Michener Art Museum opened the first solo exhibition of Barger’s work entitled, The Poetry of Sculpture: Raymond Granville Barger (1906–2001).
In The Color of the Moon interactive gallery, visitors can share their memories and thoughts of the first lunar landing that took place on July 20, 1969. Many responses have [...]
In The Color of the Moon exhibition, visitors have the opportunity to experience an interactive gallery space which features the historic NASA footage of the first lunar landing in 1969, [...]
In 2019, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first human landing on the moon. However, American artists were celebrating and documenting our closest celestial body, long before the landing in 1969.
On July 20, 1969, American astronauts Neil Armstrong (1930-2012) and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin (1930-) became the first humans to land on the moon.
Displayed in the exhibit, The Color of the Moon, there are two works by Thomas Chambers. A painter of both landscapes and marine scenes, Chambers did not limit his subjects to views that he knew firsthand but made liberal use of both his imagination and popular engraved images.