January 31- April 15, 2018
Visitors to Bone Creek Museum’s South Gallery early this year will experience a rare glimpse of some of the newest or never before exhibited works of art from our rapidly expanding permanent collection.
Throughout the last ten years, participation by visitors, members and volunteers has been a significant part of the museum’s growing collection. This growing community of art donors have provided countless educational experiences through their gifts. In 2017, we accessioned 24 new works of art, the majority of which were gifts.
As the collection grows each year, it becomes ever more challenging to show our gratitude toward those generous art donors, who are responsible for giving Bone Creek Museum some of our most treasured artworks. With that in mind, “Coming Home” will allow visitors the opportunity to appreciate many of the gifts of recent years, including works such as “Second Cutting” by Charles Fritz donated by Gerald Wempner or “Intersection looking South” by Elizabeth Peak donated by the artist.