Join Tudor Place’s artist-in-residence Peter Waddell in his studio for a virtual tour of early Washington DC.
Through the lens of his meticulously detailed paintings – including those recently unveiled in Lafayette Square commemorating the enslaved people who built the White House – Peter will cast light on little known aspects of The Federal City and dispel some popular myths.
Since Peter arrived in the US from New Zealand in 1992, he has brought a fresh view of American history with his works created for The White House Historical Association, George Washington’s Mount Vernon and the Albert Small Washingtoniana Collection.
Join us and discover American history by way of Peter’s extraordinary paintings and amusing stories and hear what’s in store for him next.
You will be sent a Zoom link with instructions, meeting ID and password via email one day before the event.
Members Only. Tickets free as a member benefit.
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