Episode 3 – Contemporary Coffee Table

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  1. CharlesWilson says:

    I think I will have to arrange a personal visit to this museum when I next visit my grandson. Is it something that the rest of the family, (with no particular interest in woodworking), would enjoy? If not, the grounds appear to be attractive.

    • Chuck says:

      Charles,

      The Wharton Esherick Museum is more about the all encompassing life of an artist than it is about a woodworker. Esherick’s medium just happened to be wood in the end. There’s so much of the entire place that is fascinating from a non-woodworking point of view. It’s certainly a place for the whole family. The grounds, while interesting are not as large, lush and lavishly cared for as Winterthur or Longwood Gardens. Esherick was a man of modest means and liked his landscape natural. You won’t find highly tended gardens or exotic plantings from around the world. The studio home of Esherick sits on, or actually more within, a hillside. Not exactly the place someone would want to wander while you’re inside for an hour and a half taking the standard tour. Have them go inside with you. They won’t be disappointed.