After studying Gari Melchers for nearly forty years it’s inevitable that people expect the curator of the collection to have a favorite. Impossible.
I’ve shared letters with you from Mrs. Melchers’ archive before, but this one really stands out. It is one of the most revealing first-person
While headed to Italy on a transatlantic cruise ship in 1902 with her mother and younger brother, twenty-one year old art student Corinne Lawton
As an expatriate in Holland, Germany, and Paris and back in the United States, every time Gari Melchers pulled up stakes he was compelled to find a
By Michelle Crow-Dolby, Education and Communications Manager, Gari Melchers Home & Studio, updated May 9, 2023 “Viewing art is a
Our guests often ask if the unusual pink wall color in the studio's gallery rooms is original to Gari Melchers' time. The answer is no. The color
Sometimes just slowing down in our fast-paced world can make a considerable difference. Taking the time to sit down and focus on a single painting in