Sharing our treasures
The Burchfield Penney Art Center curates exhibitions that travel to museums throughout the United States and Europe. We collaborate with museums to develop new exhibitions, as well as provide access to a host of exhibitions that have already been organized by the Center. Drawing on our unique collections, we are frequently able to share in-depth explorations of a variety of artists and movements.
Home to the largest collection of Charles E. Burchfield (1893–1967) works and archival materials in the world, we are proud to serve as an international resource to scholars, curators, students, and the public.
Beyond Charles E. Burchfield, The Center has curated comprehensive exhibitions on the work of the Roycroft Movement, Paul Sharits, Milton Rogovin, and many others. These thought-provoking exhibitions attract visitors from throughout the country and around the globe and fulfill the Burchfield Penney mission of supporting and advancing regional art.