Winslow Homer Museum opening weekend by J


J and Steve recently had the pleasure of photographing the opening of the Winslow Homer Museum in Scarborough on Prouts Neck, the studio where Homer lived from 1883 until his death in 1910. Purchased in 2006 by the Portland Museum of Art, a $10 million renovation was just completed and the museum is now open for public tours. The first evening of the two day event featured tours of the museum and a formal dinner at the Black Point Inn for VIP donors and board members from near and far. The following evening featured a first look at Homer's "Weatherbeaten: Winslow Homer and Maine" exhibit now open at the Portland Museum of Art in Portland catered by Aurora Provisions. Both events were designed and coordinated by Kate Martin of Beautiful Days.

To visit the studio for yourself, make a reservation here.


No comments:

Post a Comment

Pin It button on image hover