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  • Crystal Bridges MuseumCrystal Bridges Museum Bentonville, Arkansas
    The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art complex is now under construction and is surrounded by 100 acres of beautiful Arkansas woodlands. The plan is to build a premier national art facility that is devoted to American art and its artists, as well as learning and community gatherings, all in a marvelous setting that is more than conducive to the arts and culture. The name has been gleamed from the special glass and wood structures that were designed by the world renowned architect Moshe Safdie and will eventually contain a 100,000 square foot of buildings that will house the gallery, offices, meeting rooms, great hall, library, places for outdoor concerts and show, plus many sculptures and walking trails. The center hopes to expand the horizons of culture, art, learning resources and help with the advancement of the area's economic development. The gallery will hold 35,000 square feet of artworks from the masters, American artists and Native American art, with the permanent collection continuing to grow with sculptures and paintings by American artists that span from the colonial period to the modern day. All of this venue is set within a pristine forested area that blends the creation of men and women with the natural settings created by God. Some of the well known artists include Thomas Eakins, Jasper Francis Cropsey, Gilbert Stuart, Asher B. Durand, Geradus Duyckinck, Charles Wilson Peale, Francis Buy, Charles Bird King, Samuel F. B. Morse, Richard Caton Woodville, John Mix Stanley, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, Thomas Moran, Martin Johnson Meade, Winslow Homer, John Singer Sargent, John Haberle, Dennis Miller Bunker, George de Forest Brush, William Merritt Chase, Maria Oakley Dewing, Max Weber, George Wesley Bellows, Robert Henri, Marsden Hartley and Lyonel Feininger.

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  • Peel Mansion and Historic GardensPeel Mansion and Historic Gardens Bentonville, Arkansas
    Just outside of Bentonville, Arkansas, but still within the city limits, Colonel Samuel West Peel bought a 180 acres of land and began to build his home. This was in 1875, and Peel had been a Confederate officer, and now was an Indian agent and businessman that was the first Arkansan to be born in the state and represent it in the U.S. Congress. His wife, Mary Emaline Berry Peel took care of the marvelous house and raised their nine children. Made of yellow pine, brick and later stuccoed, the sills and lintels are made of stone that was hand carved by a local mason. The front hall contains rich pine grain wood, and the expertly turned balustrade stairway is made of walnut. A rare Anglo-Japanese mantle sits on the library wall and special Greek revival molded trim lines the parlor. The kerosene lamps and chandeliers are just the same as when used back then, with many furnishings and furniture from that period has been loaned by the Historic Arkansas Museum and the Old State House. The interior is a marvelous replica of an 1870s Victorian home and the views from the windows are wonderful of the working farm and apple orchard. The villa tower Italianate mansion sits majestically in the midst of a historic rose garden, with perennials and other native plants that offset the exterior of the home perfectly. Numerous vignette gardens are intertwined with the curved walks that allow you to meander around the property with many huge shade trees surrounding the house and gardens for shade and enjoyment.

January 11, 2011