Since the Gregg Museum of Art & Design is temporarily closed to the public, we have created a virtual tour so that this wonderful exhibition can be enjoyed without leaving your house! We are proud to present Mary Ann Scherr’s, “All is Possible-Mary Ann Scherr’s Legacy in Metal”, curated by jewelry historian and educator Ana Estrades. The exhibition aims to explore the full extent of Mary Ann Scherr’s legacy, endless creativity, and innovations.
Click the image below to be taken to the first gallery. Descriptions of each display are available by clicking the blue bubbles. Links to online photo galleries are presented in orange bubbles. We hope you enjoy the tour.
All is Possible: Mary Ann Scherr’s Legacy in Metal is her first museum retrospective. It was made possible by the support and involvement of the greater Raleigh community and especially by the many friends and admirers who own, proudly wear, and have generously lent examples of Scherr’s work to the Gregg Museum so they could be shared with and appreciated by others.
—Ana Estrades, guest curator
Lenders to the exhibition include Sissy Ashby, Sue Edmonson, Marsha Gordon, Blue Greenberg, Patsy Hopfenberg, Mary Hughes, Lou Johanson, Jane Kanipe, Suijin Li, Sissy and Vicki Marshall, Lochie Overbey Coffey, Ann Reed Dunn, Randy and Scott Scherr, Carol Spruill, Patricia and Sarah Tector, Cristina and Fina Trevino, Amy Veatch, Joyce Watkins-King, Susan Woodson, and Jacky Woolsey, as well as the Meredith College Archive, the Museum of Arts and Design (New York), and the NC State University Chancellor’s Office.