- Butler Acquires Monumental Sculptures – Portraits Pay Homage to Historic Subjects - The Butler Institute of American Art has added two monumental sculptures by renowned American artists, Audrey Flack and John Wilson, to the museum’s permanent collection. Flack’s 10-foot high plaster sculpture is an homage to Queen Catherine of Braganza, and is part of a series of sculptures by the artist based upon that theme. (The borough […]
- Gallo, George. Mill Creek in Winter. - George Gallo has been called a “Contemporary Impressionist” and we are honored to have this painting in our collection.
- Oestreich, Nelson. Amish. - Nelson Oestreich was well known in and around the New Wilmington, Pennsylvania area for his woodcut prints primarily of the Amish.
- Sherrie McGraw. Age of Innocence. - Sherrie McGraw has been at the forefront of the American Art scene for over thirty years. By the time she was thirty, she was teaching classes at the Art Students League.