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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Friday, August 14, 2015

Wallace Nutting Exhibition: Works from the Collection of Kenneth & Sharon Lacasse at the Cahoon Museum of American Art on Cape Cod

The Cahoon Museum of American Art announces it has received a loan of works from the collection of Kenneth and Sharon Lacasse of Cape Cod. The collection entails a large selection of bench made Wallace Nutting furniture, Wallace Nutting photographs, iron, books, treenware, and other Wallace Nutting memorabilia.

Wallace Nutting (1861-1941) was a U.S. minister, photographer, artist and antiquarian, primarily known for his hand-colored photographs.  He also was an accomplished author, lecturer, furniture maker, antiques expert and collector. 

Wallace Nutting sought to bring what he believed to be traditional values and aesthetics into contemporary life by preserving old buildings, manufacturing new goods in past styles and creating works of art depicting early American scenes. The upcoming exhibition (August 25-October 11, 2015) will showcase what extraordinary works he created during his lifetime, including photographs, furniture and iron work.

Thursday, August 27, 5:30pm-7:00pm - Opening Reception

Tuesday, September 15, 2:00pm - Gallery Talk by Charles T. Lyle, Executive Director of Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum (Wethersfield CT) who will speak about "Wallace Nutting: Preservation Pioneer"
Tuesday, September 22, 11:00am - Tour of the exhibition by Kenneth and Sharon Lacasse

This exhibition is a collaboration with the Wallace Nutting Collectors Club -- a source for collectors, enthusiasts, educators and historians with an interest in photography, colonial furniture, books, ephemera, pastoral images, visual narratives of colonial life and the Colonial Revival Movement.

For further information, visit www.wallacenutting.org or call
 (508) 428-7581.

The new temporary location of the Cahoon Museum of American Art is located at 30 Bates Rd., Mashpee Commons. Hours are Tuesdays thru Saturdays and Sundays. Admission is free. 


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