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Some Spaces Remaining for Andrew Wyeth Studio Trip

Geraniums by Andrew Wyeth. Cover image: The Carry by Andrew Wyeth.
Geraniums by Andrew Wyeth. Cover image: The Carry by Andrew Wyeth.

See where one of the great American artists of the 20th century lived and worked!

You can sign up for this trip through Thursday, October 22 at 5:00 pm. For more information and to register, contact Travel Workshop Coordinator Margaret Cerutti: 703-683-1780 x 13 or margaretc@theartleague.org.

Day Trip
Monday, October 26, 2015
Andrew Wyeth’s Studio, the Brandywine River Museum and Kuerner’s Farm

Originally purchased in 1911, the 18 acre property on the Brandywine was acquired by Andrew Wyeth’s father, N.C. Wyeth, with the proceeds from his illustrations for Treasure Island. It has since served as endless inspiration for a family of extraordinary creativity

A private motorcoach will take you from the Torpedo Factory Art Center to the Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania to view the Museum’s art collection and receive guided tours of Andrew Wyeth’s studio and neighboring Kuerner’s Farm.

After a small breakfast, the bus will depart from the Torpedo Factory Art Center at 7:15 am. The group should arrive back in Old Town about 7:00 pm.

Cost: $105 per person
Includes: Breakfast snacks, round-trip transportation by private motorcoach, entrance passes to the Museum, Wyeth’s Studio and Kuerner’s Farm, and guided tours of the Studio and Kuerner’s Farm

For the full slate of travel workshop in 2015–16, click here.

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