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I loved the tour from start to finish, it was actually my second tour and well worth the wait. I especially loved meeting the staff, all wonderful, dedicated people, and I'm sure artists all. My mother is a history and art history major and she gave me my love for art. The W. E. Museum is a rare gem in this neighborhood and a joy to visit. Seeing inside an artist's studio is insight into how the person thinks; the tour offers the observer a look at his home and passions. It is truly an honor to be part of the tour experience. W. E.'s story is distinctive and the museum truly a worthy destination. I'll be back!
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It was a wonderfulf docent lead tour into the life and times of WE.
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Mike was our docent. I'd been here once before, but he added a level of appreciation, and expertise (the woodworking info) that made it extra enjoyable. What an amazing place.
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Mike was a wealth of information, clear, articulate and you could tell- with a love of woodwork. I absolutely just LOVE being in the artists workspace. This was my second visit and I hope to be back. I would also hope to someday tour the part that is the residence for the son-in-law. The best part is being in the artist’s home & workspace.
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Excellent guide Mike knew everything answered all questions very in-depth tour Big negative— couldn’t find it without 2 phone calls to Laura!!! Thx
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