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The Imitation Game

Museum staff – and their families – accepted the challenge of recreating Walter Anderson artworks with household items. Here are the results.

“The Muse,” Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), c.1945. Pen and Ink. Courtesy of the Family of Walter Anderson

“Evening Cat from the Little Room mural,” Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965). Gift of the Family of Walter Anderson.

“Father Mississippi”

"Portrait of a Young Woman"

“Saturn panel, Ocean Springs Community Center murals,” Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), c. 1951-52.

“Traveler between villages,” Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), 1949. Pen and ink. Courtesy of the Family of Walter Anderson.

Want to try your own? Peruse selections from the collection and tag us on Facebook or Instagram (@wamamuseum).

1 Comment

Aug 07, 2023

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