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Celetrating our 99th Year

Milwaukee Art Museum Garden Club

About Us

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The  Milwaukee Art Museum Garden Club was  established in 1921 by Dudley Crafts Watson, Director of the Art Institute.  

Explore our website to learn about exciting events, projects, speakers, workshops, trips and other garden outings.  

Today, MAMGC endeavors to support the Milwaukee Art Museum with specific projects and acquisitions. 

Recent donations to the Milwaukee Art Museum include sponsorship for the "Jaime Hayon" exhibit and restoring 3 original oil paintings.

Consider joining the MAMGC today.  We are  currently 185 members strong.

Meetings:  Third Friday of each month.

As a member of the Milwaukee Art Museum Garden Club you are part of a long, rich history of conservation, education and community service. 

Waterfall in Norway

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Recent Restoration on Display  

Restoration for Johann Wilhelm Lindlar's Waterfall in Norway has been completed and it is now installed near 

Jules Bastien-Lepage’s Le Père Jacques, The Wood Gatherer. !

Johann Wilhelm Lindlar, 1816-1896, was a landscape painter, mostly of scenes of Switzerland, northern Italy and southern France. Lindlar based his paintings on precise studies of nature.

The Interruption

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  The Interruption by Ferdinand Georg Waldmüller  

Jim DeYoung, Milwaukee Art Museum, Senior Conservator.






Jaime Hayon exhibit

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The Garden Club sponsored the Jaime Hayon  exhibit in 2018.


Sponsorship

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Recent Sponsorship for the "Jaime Hayon" exhibit at the 

Milwaukee Art Museum

Mission Statement

To support our members' enjoyment and knowledge of gardening, landscape design, floral arranging, environmental concerns, promote education and community service and to support the Milwaukee Art Museum with specific projects. 


The Milwaukee Art Museum Garden Club is a charter member of the  National Garden Clubs, Inc., Central Region, Wisconsin Garden Federation, Inc., and Milwaukee District Garden Clubs.