From 1997-1998, an exhibition displaying work from American landscape painter Thomas Moran (1837-1926) was on display at the National Gallery of Art, the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, and the Seattle Art Museum. This poster advertising the exhibition shows an 1872 painting he did of Tower Falls in Yellowstone National Park. We presented the piece in a cherry moulding from Furst Bros’ “Arborita” collection with Tru Vue Premium Clear glass.

Tammis Keefe (1913-1960) was a prolific textile designer who created colorful and eye-catching designs for tea towels and handkerchiefs. This particular one is signed as “Peg Thomas,” which was a way for retailers to sell her work when others had exclusive rights to her signed “Tammis Keefe” designs. We archivally presented it as a sew mount onto Artique matting from Larson Juhl with a rustic blue moulding from Furst Bros’ “Picket” collection and Tru Vue Conservation Clear glass.