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EXPLORE BUCKS COUNTY EXHIBITS
Whether you're a fan of comic books, fashion or American history there are plenty of Bucks County exhibits that are sure to pique your interest.
• "Gather Up the Fragments," January 28 through April 23 - This exhibit at the Mercer Museum in Doylestown tells the story of the first and most avid collectors of the Shaker Art, Faith and Edward Deming Andrews. With about 200 objects, including craft and household items like textiles, baskets and furniture, the display is the most comprehensive collection of Shaker materials ever assembled.
• "Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form," March 18 through July 9 - A former Doylestown resident, Charles Sheeler is recognized as one of the founding figures of American modernism for his pioneering work as a painter and photographer. This will be the first monographic exhibition of his work at the Michener Art Museum. Explore Sheeler's early period of experimentation with photographs of modern sculpture and early portraits and 85 portraits and fashion photographs on loan from the Conde Nast archives in New York.
• "The Battle of Crooked Billet," January 8 - The Craven Hall Historical Society presents its newest exhibit that reflects on two Bucks County natives during its traditional monthly open house. The display features life-size replicas of a local militiaman and a Queen's Ranger dressed in traditional attire. Hear the personal stories of both individuals, who were everyday citizens and potentially neighbors, yet fighting on opposite sides of the battle.