In 1939, Thelma and Edward officially became the Cleveland art community’s power couple. She was the first woman to win first place in the Ceramic National at the Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts (now the Everson Museum of Art). He produced monumental enamelwork in a size never seen before. Together they injected a sense of playful vitality into a period of history marked by economic turmoil and war while also integrating styles and motifs from Vienna, New York, and Mexico City. Thanks to the unwavering support of their friends, students, and faculty from the Cleveland School of Art (now the Cleveland Institute of Art) and their May Show patrons, the Winters lived to see their work recognized as fine art.
Come see the wide range of mediums, styles, techniques, and collections we have on display for our exhibit: Breaking the Mold: The Art of Thelma and Edward Winter!
Exhibit is included with paid General Admission:
Adults – $12.00
Seniors (62+) – $10.00
Veterans – $9.00
College Student (with ID) – $10
Children (ages 3-12) – $6.00
Children 2 and under – Free
WRHS Members – Free
Active Military – Free
Two carousel rides are included with every paid admission!
Discount admission rates available for groups of 12 or more, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make your reservation.