This month in the newsletter, read about our new, exciting exhibit, "Great Masters of Cuban Art: 1800-1958". From March 6 through June 5, more than 80 works of art spanning Cuba's artistic legacy are on display. You'll also learn about our First Saturday Tour on March 5, "Perils of Pigment," and our "Saturday Speaker Series" on March 12, featuring Seida Comesanas Sardinas, author of the Cuban art catalogue. The newsletter also announces the upcoming exhibit, "Blossom II: Art of Flowers", July 12 to October 16. It's our second exhibition of approximately 60 paintings depicting and interpreting flowers. Flowers take center stage in our 40 acres of grounds and botanical gardens, with thousands of azaleas and other flowers opening late this month. Read about the season, as well as how to create a bee-friendly garden. We hope to see you in March!
Open up "Around The Gallery" and you'll learn about the museums new look. We announce renovations that will aid in traffic flow, open up vistas to outside, and put a fresh face on two galleries. Also, you'll learn about this month's First Saturday Tour and Saturday Speaker Series, and find out whats tap for March. We explore the story behind the story of Mother Goose's Melody, look at sculpture and china depicting children, and travel to Oklahoma City to visit the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Saddle up!