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Wednesday, June 26, 2013
On June 22, a dozen WCA/DC members and friends--the first visit for most--were amazed at the treasures behind the wall at the Kreeger Museum on Foxhall Road in D.C. We enjoyed an in-depth two-hour guided tour of the striking Philip Johnson architecture and the collection formed by Mr. and Mrs. David Kreeger discussed on Impressionism to contemporary sculpture, as well as a fine section of African art. Elaine Lozier talked of how much her years as a Kreeger volunteer have enriched her life. Helen Chason, Head of Public Relations for the Kreeger Museum, gave WCA/DC members a special view of the outdoor sculpture and discussed the fact that there are women sculptors but no paintings by women on view. Some of the group continued the discussion over lunch at Chef Geoff's nearby.