We are proud to support The Art of Diplomacy: Winston Churchill and the Pursuit of Painting exhibit
We are proud to support The Art of Diplomacy: Winston Churchill and the Pursuit of Painting exhibit on display at the The Martha Berry Museum, February 13 – March 15.
The Art of Diplomacy places painting at the heart of the story of Winston Churchill’s leadership. This exhibition showcases how painting rescued Churchill from depression and despair in 1915, putting him on the road towards his finest hour. It demonstrates how the act of painting, and the skills Churchill learned from his hobby, contributed to his ability to think about how best to confront the rise of Nazi Germany, and highlights how he used his painting skills to make his leadership during the Second World War more effective.
Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to view an exhibition of Churchill’s life works that has not been shared with the public until now. The exhibit, made possible in part by Synovus, has been traveling throughout Georgia since last August in recognition of the 50th anniversary of Churchill’s passing. For more information about the exhibit in our community, contact Oak Hill and The Martha Berry Museum at 706-368-6789.