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Happy Birthday George Bellows!

Aug

12

Written by Liliana Cerquozzi George Bellows was born August 12, 1882 in Columbus, Ohio. An American realist painter and lithographer, he was noted for action scenes and his expressive portraits and seascapes. His early works show of urban subject matter, later on his works show a greater range of color and began to shift to rural [...]

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Father’s Day Membership Promotion

Jun

01

Father’s Day is a way to honor and recognize those special men in our lives who do so much for us every day. The Cummer wants to honor them by offering the chance to win these special gifts to those who become members…

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2012 Annual Appeal: How You Support The Cummer

May

25

The Cummer would appreciate your support in fulfilling its mission of engaging and inspiring through the arts, gardens and education. Your financial support …

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What’s Blooming? Cosmos!

May

24

What better flower to bloom in The Cummer Garden when the word derives from Greek meaning orderly, beautiful, and balanced. The Cosmo in bloom can reach up to 2 inches in diameter withWhat better flower to bloom in The Cummer Garden when the word derives from Greek meaning orderly, beautiful, and balanced. The Cosmo in bloom can reach up to 2 inches in diameter with…

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What’s Blooming? – Agapanthus

May

17

With the heat and humidity that is prominent in Florida, gardens that thrive on color can count on the Agapanthus aka the African Lily or Lily-of-the-Nile to sustain its color throughout the Summer months.

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Mother’s Day Membership Drawing!

May

01

Need any ideas for Mother’s Day? Become a member of The Cummer Museum at any level from May 1 through May 11 and be entered for a chance to win one of these fabulous Mother’s Day gifts from these gracious donors…

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