YOUR SUPPORT KEEPS THE DREAM ALIVE.

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Thirty years ago, in May 1991, the Walter Anderson Museum of Art opened its doors for the first time. In the decades since, it has become a site of pilgrimage for seekers of art, inspiration, and Southern culture. Over the course of this yearlong celebration, we invite visitors and communities to rediscover the lasting significance of “the South’s most elusive artist.”

GIVE & RECEIVE

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Support the mission and receive limited-edition Walter Anderson gifts as tokens of our appreciation! Plus, every dollar contributed through membership or donation also earns you a raffle ticket for an officially-licensed and hand-painted Anderson block print (pictured below), courtesy of the Family of Walter Anderson.

 

Gift Levels

1. $50: 2 Koozies

2. $75: Mug

3. $125: Print

4. $250: All 3 levels

All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.

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Officially-licensed Walter Anderson block print for raffle (pictured above):

After Walter Anderson

Printed by Carolyn Anderson, Painted by Linda Gilbrech

Puss in Boots

2020

Silkscreen and Watercolor

Size: 47.25”x 18.5”

(Courtesy of Realizations and the Family of Walter Anderson)

Drawing will be held on Walter Anderson’s birthday, September 29, 2021

5. Palmettos and Pines, c. 1955. Watercolor on Paper. Permanent Collection. Gift of the Fr

“I live and have my being in a world of space and forms which have color and shape. Consciousness of this means being alive.”

 

-WALTER INGLIS ANDERSON