Zoellner at Home

Dear Friends,

While our doors are closed our arms remain open from a distance.  We miss seeing you at the center and want to feel connected.  As spring shows us each new day the birth of fresh flowers, and birds building nests, and life anew in so many ways, know that we look forward to shared times with you in the not too distant future! 

We are grateful for all you do to end this time of social distancing. We are thinking of you and recognize that many of our patrons are working on the frontlines, please know we are so thankful for all you do.

We are focused on opening our doors once again and welcoming you back. Until then, we hope to stay artistically connected with you via 'At Home Edition' emails (join our mailing list) and on our Facebook page. Remember this is just an intermission, the show will go on!

Phillip J. Clauser
Interim Administrative Director

Please enjoy this painting from Lehigh's permanent collection.
Henri Fantin-Latour, Tulips in Basket, 1880. Gift of Mrs. Jean Dreyfus.