Different Strokes: Something for Everyone at Folk Art Exhibit

The Wall Street Journal
May 23, 2016
Not everyone would encounter a 19th-century roach trap and see it as art. But for Elie and Viola Nadelman, art extended into some unusual realms. Over the course of the 1920s and ’30s, the couple acquired things like kitchen implements, children’s toys and weather vanes. Their collection includes at least one giant wooden woman from the bow of a working clipper ship. Read more…
Creative: Tronvig Group