On Thursday, November 4, the DAC Foundation was "On The Road" in Birmingham, Alabama, with the NEW ERA STUDY CLUB, founded in 1917. DAC Foundation founder and director Mark Harris presented a slide presentation during Afternoon Tea at the Mountain Brook Club.
We always appreciate opportunities to promote our local community and Alabama's historic Dixie Art Colony throughout the Southeast. To schedule a tour of our DAC Foundation Museum Gallery or to schedule a special program, email us at info@DixieArtColony.org.
Shown is a photograph taken during Afternoon Tea at the Mountain Brook Club in Birmingham, Alabama, with the NEW ERA STUDY CLUB, founded in 1917,
Shown is a photograph of the Mountain Brook Club, the site of our latest "On the Road" program.
Shown is a photograph taken during Afternoon Tea at the Mountain Brook Club in Birmingham, Alabama, with the NEW ERA STUDY CLUB, founded in 1917.
Pictured left to right are NEW ERA STUDY CLUB members Beverley Harrell and Betsy Dumas. Beverley Harrell served as hostess for the event.
Shown at the right is Richard Zoellner, one of Alabama's well-known printmakers and art educators. He was a member of the Alabama Art League, closely related to the Dixie Art Colony. Artist Carlos Alpha Moon was a well-known student of Zoellner. The Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art are among the many museums where Zoellner's work can be found.
Source: University of Alabama Department of Art & Art History. Photograph by Laurens Pierce.
Richard Zoellner, 1909-2003, Hen & Cock, 1977, stone lithograph, 17 x 11.5 inches; RCZ-2021.AW.0001 | Dixie Art Colony Collection | Donated by Mary Carolyn Gibbs Cleveland and Elberta Gibbs Reid.
Dixie Art Colony Foundation, Wetumpka, Alabama