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Sisters in Art: Brutons | Video Recording Only

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Course Description:

Margaret, Esther and Helen Bruton were accomplished artists who made significant contributions to California modernism in the first half of the 20th century. Each sister was a unique talent who excelled in her chosen medium–Margaret with painting and terrazzo, Helen with mosaics, and Esther with decorative screens and murals. Despite their impressive achievements, the Bruton sisters were largely forgotten until recent decades. This talk provides and overview of their prolific art careers and fascinating lives, with an emphasis on their deep connections to the Monterey Peninsula.

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Tuition: $10.00

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Wednesday, Nov. 9 *1:00 - 2:30pm* (1 session)

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By enrolling in this session, you are letting us know you wish to receive a recording of the session to watch on your own time and that you will NOT be attending in person.

Facilitator:

Wendy Van Wyck Good is an author, librarian and archivist wo has lived on the Monterey Peninsula for more than fifteen years. She is the author of "Sisters in Art," the first biography of artists Margaret, Esther and Helen Bruton.