Art for Youth

Children wearing Whistler House Museum of Art aprons smile and pose during the Youth Summer Art Program.

Whistler Abroad

U.S. Ambassador to Spain and Andorra James Costos stands with Whistler House Museum of Art Executive Director and President Sara Bogosian.

Award Event

A staute of artist James McNeill Whistler next to text reading: James McNeill Whistler Distinguised Art Award 2022.

Historic Restoration

The newly restored Whistler House Museum of Art's historic kitchen, complete with a rectangular table, blue and white porcelain plates, and cast-iron stove.

Arshile Gorky

Detail of an untitled painting by Arshile Gorky, which features a white vase with pink flowers on a blue background.


Broad Strokes   NEQM-quilt-2015   OutoftheBlue Smith Koi

August 2015

The Whistler House Museum of Art is pleased to be part of A Summer Celebration of New England Quilts along with the New England Quilt Museum (NEQM), The Brush Art Gallery & Studios, and Lowell Telecommunications Corporation (LTC).

Visit LTC to view Broad Strokes: Pushing Quilts to Art, featuring the work of seven quilt makers who explore artistic techniques and fabric manipulations through original design work. This exhibition is on view through the month of August.  As part of this exhibition, attend a demo and lecture at The Brush on August 8 at 2PM.

At NEQM, take in The Best of the Region's Quilt Guilds, a diverse selection of exceptional quilts representing some of the largest and most prestigious quilt guilds in New England. This exhibition is FREE thanks to community partners, business sponsors, and supporting quilt guilds, and is on display through August 16.

Finally, The Whistler House will be presenting Out of the Blue: Art Quilts 2015, from August 12 through September 19 in the Parker Gallery. This exhibit celebrates the inspiration and new techniques that flow, when least expected, from this wellspring of creativity. The opening reception for this exhibit will be Saturday, August 15, from 2-4pm. and will be free to the public.


Images, left to right: "Gigantesque" by Maddie Burke; Original Design by Karen Viega of Plymouth County Cranberry Quilters; Koi by Sara Ann Smith


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