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March 29 in Griffith Hall at the Ludwigs Corner Fire Company, are a framed, hand-drawn map of the part of Chester County that is now the site of Westtown School; a framed print signed in pencil "Joseph P.
Sims 1947, Burnt Coat Harbor to Cortright Wetherill"; and an oil-on-panel of a man watering flowers that is similar to a painting by Carl Spitzweg.
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“Finding Home” is one of a number of programs the center has developed to engage public dialogue in change and current events. Limited two-hour parking spots are also available on Washington Street and there is a municipal parking lot on Washington Street two blocks to the north of the art center.
AARP members and their guests must show their AARP membership card or mention the AARP offer at the entrance for free admission.
Located at the corner of 15 and Washington streets in Golden, Foothills Art Center occupies the city’s original First Presbyterian Church and minister’s residence, built in 18, respectively.
Founded in 1968 by a group of local artists, business and civic leaders, FAC will celebrate its 50 anniversary in August. There is a parking lot immediately behind the center, accessible from 15 Street.
Combined with info-graphics and other descriptive material, the exhibition is intended to “create civil discourse within the community” around housing in the Denver region, said Maura Mc Inerney, FAC’s curator of education.
Bonilla has been the resident artist at Denver’s Redline Gallery since 2015.
Fortner’s work was on display last year at the Denver Art Museum and is featured at the Sync Gallery.
The top item in the sale is an oil-on-canvas maritime scene by George Hitchcock (1850-1913), The Shrimp Girl, that came from the estate of William H. Morris Young" (,000 to ,000); a pastel tempera figure of a seated boy signed "Alice Kent Stoddard" (0 to 0); and two pastels by Albert Van Nesse Greene, each with a presale estimate of 0 to 0.
Among the furniture offerings is a walnut tall case clock made about 1772 by Joshua Humphreys of Chester County expected to sell for ,000 to ,000.