And now for Part II of my day spent with Alex and Hannah at the Shelburne Museum! If you will recall, my really good camera is in the shop. I took along my point and shoot, only to have the battery die about halfway through the day. I then turned to my cellphone camera. Not too bad considering!
|Mop heads to which rags were secured.|
|Doctors' Offices above the General Store|
|This gentleman spent quite a bit of time with us, demonstrating and explaining the various printers in use.|
|Textile Gallery ~ The Shelburne Museum has an extensive collection of quilts. I'm afraid that I fell short of getting adequate photos.|
|Mary Hool (born 1780), Boston, Mass.|
|Glass Canes ~|
|Gallery of Ogden Pleissner's Art.|
There are numerous other buildings on site that I have not included here, most notably a new structure, The Center for Art and Education, which is quite remarkable and promises to bring a new edge to the museum.
It was a wonderful day, and I will leave you with these final, happy shots!