Chrysler Museum of Art 2008-2009 Annual Report
The Chrysler Museum of Art combines, under a single administrative umbrella, one of America's great fine arts museums and two significant historic houses.
2008-2009 ANNUAL REPORT TABLE FRONT COVER Stephen Knapp's Heritage Jitter heralds the arrival of Art of Glass 2 to the Chrysler Museum of Art. The exterior lightpainting honors his in-laws' World War II romance here in Norfolk, as well as the Chrysler's legacy of artistic merit in the city. Photo by Ed Pollard Museum photographer. Stephen Knapp (American, b. 1947) Heritage Jitter, 2009 © Stephen Knapp INSIDE FRONT COVER Toots Zynsky’s vibrant red Sfida joined the Chrysler’s contemporary glass collection. Composed of hundreds of fused glass threads, the undulating form evokes the petals of an unfolding flower. Toots Zynsky (American, b. 1951) Sfida, 2008 Fused and thermo-formed glass threads Museum purchase and gift of Barry Friedman Ltd. OF CONTENTS Dedication: Arnold McKinnon 4 From the Director 5 Board of Trustees, Staff, and Volunteers 6 Highlights of the Year 10 Conservation 12 Acquisitions 14 Exhibitions 17 Loans from the Collection 23 Education 24 Visitor Services 27 Members and Supporters 29 Financial Statements 52 A gift of several works of art by Felrath Hines simultaneously enriched the Chrysler collection holdings by AfricanAmerican and Abstract artists. Felrath Hines (American, 1913-1993) Early Moon, 1991 Pastel on paper Gift of Dorothy Fisher, 2009.4.5 4 Arnold and Oriana McKinnon (center front) attended the Chrysler's Art of Glass 2 auction with their family. Photo by Cathy Dixson. DEDICATION With respect and affection, the Museum dedicates this annual report to the memory of Arnold B. McKinnon 1927-2009 Museum Trustee, benefactor, and community leader 5 FROM THE DIRECTOR Museums are about art and people. In both areas, 2008-2009 was a banner year for the Chrysler. We hosted two of the most popular exhibitions in our history, added significant works to our collections, undertook important art conservation work, and shared our holdings with museums around the world. We also welcomed a record number of visitors, and offered an unprecedented number of programs designed to ensure that the works of art in our care are relevant and meaningful to them. A few years back the Museum adopted the Net Promoter Score, a widely used measure of customer satisfaction, as a means of tracking our success in serving our community. This year fully 93% of our visitors would “recommend the experience of the Chrysler with great enthusiasm” to others. In a world where most for-profit companies are thrilled with a score of 70%, we are delighted that the public is responding not just to the range and quality of our exhibitions and programs, but to the warmth of the welcome we offer. As you read this report, you’ll find full details of the past year’s programs, but at the start it is important to note two things. First, nearly everything that the Museum undertakes depends upon collaboration. During the past year, the Chrysler worked closely on joint programs with the Virginia Opera, Virginia Symphony, Virginia Stage Company, Todd Rosenlieb Dance, the Virginia Children’s Choir, the Norfolk Botanical Garden, and a broad range of other cultural and community organizations. We are particularly proud of our partnership with the City of Norfolk in commemorating the 50th anniversary of the end of “Massive Resistance” to school desegregation in Norfolk. And 2009 also marked the return of Art of Glass. Ten years after the great success of our first regional celebration of contemporary glass art, the Chrysler joined forces with the Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, the Virginia Arts Festival, and 22 other arts affiliates from our area to once again make Hampton Roads a place of pilgrimage for glass lovers. Second, nothing that the Chrysler does would be possible without the hard work of the Museum’s dedicated staff, the commitment of our volunteers, or the generosity of our community donors. They deserve recognition and hearty appreciation. It is thanks to them that we can even begin to achieve our mission of “enriching and transforming lives” by bringing art and people together. William J. Hennessey Director Museum Director Bill Hennessey Photo by Mark Rhodes for Virginia Business Magazine 6 Chrysler Museum of Art BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2008 – 2009 Charles "Wick" Moorman (center), Chairman of the Board of Trustees, and his wife, Bonnie (left), enjoy the cocktail hour in Mary's Garden with Masterpiece Society Member Barry Pollara (right) before the 2008 Major Donor Dinner. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer Robert M. Boyd, Regional President – Hampton Roads Region, BB&T of Virginia Nancy W. Branch, Community Volunteer Jerry A. Bridges, Executive Director, Virginia Port Authority Macon F. Brock, Vice Chairman, Retired Chairman and CEO, Dollar Tree Stores, Inc. Robert W. Carter, Senior Vice President, Harvey Lindsay Commercial Real Estate Patterson N. McKinnon, Community Volunteer E. John Field, Community Volunteer Charles W. Moorman, Chairman, Chairman, Norfolk Southern Corporation Andrew S. Fine, President, Runnymede Corporation Susan Nordlinger, Community Volunteer David R. Goode, Retired Chairman and CEO, Norfolk Southern Corporation Richard D. Roberts, Retired President, Telecable Corporation Cyrus W. Grandy V, Retired Senior Vice President, Bank of America Anne B. Shumadine, President, Signature Financial Management, Inc. Adrianne R. Joseph, Community Volunteer Thomas L. Stokes, Jr., Principal, Stokes Environmental Associates, Ltd. Linda H. Kaufman, Secretary, Community Volunteer Josephine L. Turner, Community Volunteer Sandra W. Lewis, Community Volunteer Leah Waitzer, Community Volunteer Henry Light, Retired Senior Vice President – Law, Norfolk Southern Corporation Lewis W. Webb III, Partner, Kaufman & Canoles, P.C. Edward L. Lilly, Retired Senior Partner, Consultants in Internal Medicine Vincent J. Mastracco, Jr., Partner, Kaufman & Canoles, P.C. Arnold B. McKinnon, Retired Chairman and CEO, Norfolk Southern Corporation Wayne F. Wilbanks, Managing Principal, Wilbanks, Smith & Thomas Assett Management, LLC Dixie Wolf, Community Volunteer 7 The poinsettia tree in Huber Court, sponsored by Farm Fresh Charitable Foundation, is an annual holiday tradition at the Chrysler, as is the yearly staff photo. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer STAFF LIST as of June 30, 2008 Office of the Director Security William Hennessey . . . . Director Dawn Penny . . . . . . . . . Assistant to the Director Binnie McLaughlin . . . . Human Resources Manager* Ramon Betancourt. . . . . Security Manager Wanda Britt . . . . . . . . . . Security Officer* Pansy Cherry. . . . . . . . . Security Officer* Margarita Clark. . . . . . . Security Officer Charlotte Dolberry . . . . Security Officer* London Duâ€™Bois. . . . . . . Security Officer* Deborah Hall . . . . . . . . Security Officer Nataki Hill . . . . . . . . . . Security Administrative Assistant Antionette Horton . . . . Security Officer Raleigh Ingram . . . . . . . Security Officer* Bernard Johnson . . . . . . Security Officer* James Kneeling, Jr. . . . . Lead Security Officer Adrienne Martinez . . . . Security Officer* Christopher Matteson. . Security Officer* Isidore Mensah . . . . . . . Security Officer* Reginald Murrell . . . . . . Security Officer* Marjorie Ramoscruz . . . Security Officer* Terri Royster . . . . . . . . . Security Officer* Rayvond Saunders. . . . . Lead Security Officer Marvin Staton . . . . . . . . Security Officer* Winston Swann . . . . . . . Lead Security Officer Darryl Thomas . . . . . . . Security Officer* Mace Wallace . . . . . . . . Security Officer* Michele Ward . . . . . . . . Security Officer Ronald Woodard . . . . . . Security Officer* Development Edwina Bell . . . . . . . . . . Director of Development Deborrah Grulke . . . . . . Development Officer Brian Wells . . . . . . . . . . Development Officer Gail Winn . . . . . . . . . . . Development Officer* Jennifer Kolin . . . . . . . . Development Associate Desiree Haubner . . . . . . Constituent Database Coordinator Communications Teresa Sowers . . . . . . . . Director of Communications Cheryl Little . . . . . . . . . Publications/Public Relations Coordinator Finance and Administration Finance Dana Fuqua . . . . . . . . . . CFO/Director of Operations Lona Hyde . . . . . . . . . . Accounting Supervisor Heather Bollinger . . . . . Accounting Clerk Alexandre Touzov . . . . . Information Technology Manager Facilities Timothy Fink. . . . . . . . . Facilities Manager Larry Lawrence . . . . . . . Chief Engineer Fabian Cowell . . . . . . . . Environmental Technician Diana Finney . . . . . . . . . Environmental Technician Patricia Thomas . . . . . . Environmental Technician Eric Ribac . . . . . . . . . . . Senior Maintenance Technician James Johnson . . . . . . . . Maintenance Technician Scott Waugh . . . . . . . . . Maintenance Technician Cheena Raiford . . . . . . . Preparator* William Hooten . . . . . . Carpenter Linda Cagney . . . . . . . . Exhibitions Graphics Technician Phoenix Ackiss . . . . . . . Exhibitions Lighting Technician Museum Operations Historic Houses Catherine Jordan Wass . . Deputy Director John Christiansen . . . . . Historic Houses Manager Elizabeth Copeland. . . . Lead Interpreter* Eileen Aquino . . . . . . . . Interpreter* Barbara Architzel. . . . . . Interpreter* Therese Butterfield . . . . Interpreter* Jean Grow . . . . . . . . . . . Interpreter* Elizabeth Hutchinson . . Interpreter* Charles Morgan . . . . . . Interpreter* Irmalee Pierson . . . . . . . Interpreter* Registration Molly Hutton Marder . . Registrar Erin Lopater . . . . . . . . . Visual Resources Manager Jeanne Noonan . . . . . . . Collections Database Manager Ed Pollard . . . . . . . . . . . Museum Photographer Exhibitions Willis Potter . . . . . . . . . Exhibitions Manager Susan Christian . . . . . . . Chief Preparator Richard Hovorka. . . . . . Preparator Anita Pope. . . . . . . . . . . Preparator Education Scott Howe . . . . . . . . . . Director of Education and Public Programs Channon Dillard . . . . . . Museum Educator Alexandra Hunter . . . . . Museum Educator Ruth Sanchez . . . . . . . . Docent Administrative Coordinator Jean Outland Chrysler Library Laura Christiansen . . . . Dickson Librarian Sara Mason . . . . . . . . . . Library Assistant* Curatorial Jefferson Harrison . . . . . Chief Curator Kelly Conway . . . . . . . . Curator of Glass Mark Lewis . . . . . . . . . . Conservator Cheryl White . . . . . . . . Curatorial Administrative Assistant An * indicates part-time or temporary staff. 8 STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS VOLUNTEERS Chief Curator Jeff Harrison leads a lively discussion in the Museum's Impressionist gallery during a Vissi d'arte program with Virginia Opera. Photo by Jake Gillespie for the Chrysler Museum of Art Visitor Services and Special Events Visitor Services Colleen Higginbotham. . Director of Visitor Services Christine Gamache . . . . Senior Visitor Services Representative Linda Baines . . . . . . . . . Receptionist Tara Cook . . . . . . . . . . . Admissions* Belinda Arnold . . . . . . . Gallery Host Danielle Bevacqua . . . . . Gallery Host* Nedra Brown . . . . . . . . . Gallery Host Bartolo Cruz . . . . . . . . . Gallery Host Michelle Fehr . . . . . . . . Gallery Host* Jessie Godoy . . . . . . . . . Gallery Host* Joseph Guardino . . . . . . Gallery Host* Michael Hill . . . . . . . . . Gallery Host Susan Hull . . . . . . . . . . . Gallery Host* Taji Patterson . . . . . . . . Gallery Host* Jeffrey Tefft . . . . . . . . . . Gallery Host* Susan Tremont. . . . . . . . Gallery Host* Elizabeth Weir. . . . . . . . Gallery Host* Special Events Kay Barbini . . . . . . . . . . Director of Special Events Donna Bradshaw . . . . . . Events Supervisor, Kaufman Theatre Mia Byrd . . . . . . . . . . . . Events Coordinator Daniel Transfiguracion . Events Coordinator* Delores Todd. . . . . . . . . Kitchen Manager* The Museum Shop Linda Foster. . . . . . . . . . Gift Shop Manager Jennifer English . . . . . . . Gift Shop Assistant* Development Education Anne Carney Mary Davis Joshua Pileski Jean Outland Chrysler Library Visitor Services Information Desk Peggy Anninos Nancy Bard June Etheridge Mary Florestano Alice Goodman Bernice Halpern Doris Jordan Jessica Kitz Phyllis Lannik Alexis Lassiter Anna McMillen Mary Jane Millan Ann Moffett Bernice Moses Lucky Newton Harriet Robinson Virginia Rosen Judith Scholer Kaitlin Smith Nina Singhapakdi Christine Thrall Berry Via Abigail Whalen The Museum Shop Hunter Burt Joan Burt Lois Einhorn Evelyn Eisenberg Theresia Langrind Linda Martinez Ellen Van Ox Judy Smith Harriett Robinson Our intern corps for summer 2009 included 15 students and graduates from 11 different schools in four states. Photo by Alexandra Hunter, Museum educator Julia Bristow Halima Davis Melanie Kennedy George Little Trudy Michie Gizella Pongracz Jessica Ritchie David Wade Paolo Vergara Betsy Hunt Jeanne Williams Kristen Banks Johanna Horning Kathryn Baugher Tara O’Brien Patricia Northcutt Chrysler Interns FALL 2008 Kristen Banks Alainna Beddie SPRING 2009 Kristen Banks Laura Downey Tabitha Flythe Johanna Horning Meagan Jones SUMMER 2009 Francheska Alcantara Gabrielle Barr Madison Brennamen Caroline Chandler Jessica Dame Jodi DeBruyne Sonia Angela de Laforcade Brendan Higgins Abigail Lee Arthur MacConochie Catie Pavilack Nancy Reid Andrea Roehrs Loren Shell Emma Tisdale Michelle West Ginna Wilbanks Janelle Wilson Chrysler Museum Docents and The Docent Council Dana Adams—Vice President Diane Ames Natalie Aron* Rosalyn August Carolyn Barry* Pat Behlmer—Member at Large Carole Bernstein—Social Co-chair Joe Bishop Anne Blanchard Donna Bortell** Ethel Bouwman** Nancy Branch* Pat Brown** Betsy Browne* Shirley Bueche* D’Borah Bunn Melissa Bustamante—Member-at-Large Barbara Carlson Charlene Carney Kathy Carter** Ronnie Cochran** Ginny Costenbader—Program Co-chair Carol Craig* Annah Cross** Mary Beth Dale Peggy Davis Ginger De Lacey Renee Diamonstein** VOLUNTEERS Dodie Dougherty Trish Duncan Gail Evett** Joan Eyer* Barbara Fields Sandra Finn* Chris Fockler—President Betty Frank Helen Galanides** Barbara Gornto Alma Hall Pat Haley Judith Hathaway** Robert Harris Lida Hudson* Jean Hughes** Betsy Hunt Farnoosh Hutchens Nancy Jacobson** Jean Johnson—Program Co-chair Robert Johnson Alva Joyner Carol Judson* Nancy Kanter* Sue Ellen Kaplan Anne Kenny—Member at Large Virginia Kitchin* Glenda Knowles* Connie Kumar Grace Leach—Member at Large Robbie Le Compte—Social Co-chair Merle Levine Linda Lilly* Adele Looman Joann Lowery—Membership Peggy Mackey* JoAnn Macon Margaret Magnussen Linda McGraw Ardell McCoy Randy McDaniel* Carole Meola Mary Moberg Jennifer Moore ^ Donna Morrison* Diann Nickelsburg Ed Nichols Gayle Nichols Susan O’Neal** Doris Osborne Frances Padden—Treasurer Not only did the Chrysler have one of its largest classes of docents in history, but it welcomed their 50th year of service as art ambassadors to the Museum. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer H.H. Pakradooni Richard Parise—Parliamentarian Elizabeth Pappas** Eunice Payne** Michelle Prince Gray Puryear—Tour Chair Coordinator Brenda Rawls* Margaret Ray* Shirley Robertson—Corresponding Secretary Rena Rogoff** Chris Rowland* Carolyn Sale Carol Schaefer** Ruth Schepper ^ Sally Schmidt Dottie Seward Lida Shanks* Garnett Shores* Ruth Silseth** Homer Smith Jane Smith Phyllis Sperling Linda Stark—Recording Secretary Elsie Stockburger—Emeritus Lois Strode** Orma Jean Swanson** Pat Tayloe Rosalind Tester—Editor, The Muse Christiane Valone* Barbara Walsh Jane Webster Hal Wilkinson Jeanne Williams Widget Williams*—Virginia Docent Exchange Blair Willis** * Master Docent ** Docent Emeritus and Master Docent ^ Associate Docents 9 10 HIGHLIGHTS OF 2008 – 2009 THE YEAR, Between July 1, 2008 and June 30, 2009 the Chrysler Museum: ■ Welcomed 163,000 visitors—an increase of 35% over the previous year. ■ Earned a Net Promoter Score of 93% (up from 87% in 2007-2008). ■ Operated on a balanced budget of $7,184,569. ■ Benefited from the hard work of 63 full-time and 39 part-time colleagues. ■ Enjoyed the service of 114 dedicated volunteer docents and the support of nearly 3,900 Museum Members. ■ Hosted 25 interns from colleges and universities across the country. ■ Presented 18 special exhibitions, including American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell and Art of Glass 2—two of the most popular shows in the Museum’s history. ■ Marked the 50th anniversary of the end of “Massive Resistance” to public school desegregation in Norfolk with a series of special commemorations. The crowds that came to the Chrysler for American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell proved that the illustrator is just as beloved today as in his heyday. Norman Rockwell (American, 1894–1978) Triple Self-Portrait, 1960 Oil on canvas, 44 ½” x 34 ¾” Cover illustration for The Saturday Evening Post, February 13, 1960 From the permanent collection of Norman Rockwell Museum ©1960 SEPS: Licensed by Curtis Publishing, Indianapolis, Ind. HIGHLIGHTS ■ Installed a new exhibition at the historic Moses Myers House highlighting Moses Myers’ role in the establishment of Norfolk as a major center for maritime commerce. ■ Renovated and reinterpreted our collection galleries devoted to Egyptian and African art. ■ Added 26 objects to the Museum’s permanent collection. ■ Conserved 11 objects in the collection, and welcomed our second NEH Conservation Fellow. ■ Lent 43 works to 25 museums in 9 countries. ■ Partnered with 23 area arts organizations, including the Contemporary Art Center of Virginia and the Virginia Arts Festival, to present Art of Glass 2, a region-wide celebration of contemporary glass. ■ Proudly continued our 70-year partnership with the City of Norfolk to bring great art and great experiences to our community. 11 ABOVE: The Art of Glass 2 logo is based on glass art created by Lino Tagliapietra, whose retrospective exhibition anchored the Chrysler's three shows for the region-wide celebration. In this historic photo, The Norfolk Seventeen pose on the steps of First Baptist Church, where they started the 19581959 school year. Our exhibition Fifty Years Later: The Lessons of Massive Resistance commemorated the 50th anniversary of the end of organized opposition to the desegregation of Norfolk's public schools. Photo by Ed Clark/Time & Life Pictures Collection/Getty Images 12 CONSERVATION The highlight of the year in conservation was the completion of the Veronese altarpiece restoration project, which was performed while the painting remained on view in our Renaissance and Baroque Gallery. Visitors enjoyed watching the restoration process carried out by Conservator Mark Lewis and the Museum’s first National Endowment for the Humanities Conservation Fellow, Carlos Moya. While the treatment was underway, school groups and visitors of all ages had the opportunity to learn more about the process of restoration, as well as the technical examination and analysis involved. Once the restoration of the painting and its carved gilt frame were completed, the Chrysler loaned the altarpiece to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. There it was a highlight of the blockbuster exhibition Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese: Rivals in Renaissance Venice. Another focus of conservation this year has been a renewed interest in the Museum’s collection of historic and period frames. After surveying the frames in our collection, a number of important examples were slated for restoration. Several of the frames selected included those housing Charles Joseph Natoire’s Psyche Gathering the Fleece for Venus, and Luca Giordano’s Bacchus and Ariadne. Professional frame conservator Wayne Reynolds from the Julius Lowy Frame and Restoring Company of New York was contracted to carry out this work, assisted by the Museum’s conservators. In addition to restoring the best frames in our collection, the department has plans to replace a number of inappropriate examples with original period replacements. T.F. Noon's Portrait of Eliza Jane Spratley awaits its facelift, though the background and the subject's arm already have been professionally restored. Photo by Mark Lewis, Museum conservator Carlos Moya, the Museum's first NEH Conservation Fellow, puts the shine back on the showgirl shoes of Mlle. Mona Lils, the Chrysler's popular painting by Kees Van Dongen. Photo by Mark Lewis, Museum conservator OBJECTS CONSERVED: ■ ■ Paolo Caliari, called Veronese, The Virgin and Child Appearing to Saints Anthony Abbot and Paul the Hermit, 1562, Gift of Walter P. Chrysler, Jr., in memory of Della Viola Forker, 71.527 (19th-century reproduction carved gilt wood frame also restored) ■ Kees Van Dongen, Mlle. Mona Lils, 1929, Gift of Walter P. Chrysler, Jr., 71.714 ■ Ammi Philips, Portrait of Nancy Hungerford, ca. 1838, Gift of Colonel Edgar William Garbisch; Bernice Chrysler Garbisch, 74.6.13 ■ Charles Joseph Natoire, Psyche Gathering the Fleece for Venus, 1752, Gift of Walter P. Chrysler, Jr., 71.2241 (original period gilt wood frame also restored) ■ Thomas Hill, Early Morning, Yosemite Valley, 1884, Gift of Mr. Edward Brickhouse, 64.51.4 CONSERVATION ■ Joseph C. Leyendecker, Cover of The Literary Digest, (study), The Frank K. Tarrant Collection, gift of the Tarrant Family, 99.28.9 ■ T.F. Noon, Portrait of Eliza Jane Spratley, ca.1828, Gift of Nimmo United Methodist Church, 2006.7.2 (original gilt wood frame also restored) ■ Eliza Jane Spratley, Sampler, ca. 1828, Gift of Nimmo United Methodist Church, 2006.7.1 (original gilt wood frame also restored) ■ Antonio Balestra, Juno Placing the Eyes of Argus in the Peacock’s Tail, 1714, Gift of Emile E. Wolf, 52.59.2 ■ Unknown, Carved gilt wood, 18thcentury frame for Bacchus and Ariadne, by Luca Giordano, Gift of Walter P. Chrysler, Jr., 71.650 ■ Robert Wellford, Fireplace over-mantle, with decorative plaster and composition ornament, for Moses Myers House 13 During a Vissi d'arte program at the Museum, Virginia Opera tenor Kevin Perry sings an aria from Puccini's Tosca beside the Chrysler's prized Veronese altarpiece after its restoration. Photo by Jake Gillespie for the Chrysler Museum of Art 14 ACQUISITIONS The Chrysler received many generous gifts this year from both our biggest supporters and a few new ones as well. Of the 26 works we acquired, we were fortunate, indeed, to receive 18 of them as gifts. These ranged from a Tiffany daffodil lamp to a nearly life-size painting of two military musicians by Gari Melchers. Our eight purchases were discriminating—adding depth to our collections. They particularly complemented our military-themed holdings, expanded the artists represented in our contemporary glass collection, and built on our already strong holdings of beloved European artists such as Thomas Couture and Gustave Doré. Below are this year’s new acquisitions, listed by category: ■ Marcia Silvette (American, active 20th century), Portrait of Ina M. Green, 1943, Egg tempera on panel, 11 1/8 x 13 1/8 inches, Bequest of Mrs. Ina Mae Green, 2008.8.1 Felrath Hines (American, 1913-1993), Drawings for Triptych: Traditional Forms, 1987, Pencil on paper, 17 x 42 inches, Gift of Dorothy Fisher, 2009.4.2a-c ■ Paul Gorka (American, b. 1931), Bridge, Oil on canvas, 47 ¾ x 44 ¾ inches, Bequest of Mrs. Ina Mae Green, 2008.8.2 Felrath Hines (American, 1913-1993), Mesa, 1990, Pastel on paper, 24 x 34 ½ inches, Gift of Dorothy Fisher, 2009.4.3 ■ Felrath Hines (American, 1913-1993), Drawing for Mesa, 1990, Pencil on paper, 24 x 36 7/8 inches, Gift of Dorothy Fisher, 2009.4.4 AMERICAN ART ■ Among the year's best acquisitions was an extraordinary presentation drawing by the great 19th-century French artist Gustave Doré. The piece graphically depicts Dante's Inferno: The Third Circle of Hell, which the poet eternally reserved for gluttons. ■ ■ Felrath Hines (American, 1913-1993), Triptych: Traditional Forms, 1987, Oil on linen, 44 ½ x 145 ½ inches, Gift of Dorothy Fisher, 2009.4.1a-c ACQUISITIONS ■ ■ ■ Felrath Hines (American, 19131993), Early Moon, 1991, Pastel on paper, 35 x 24 ¾ inches, Gift of Dorothy Fisher, 2009.4.5 Felrath Hines (American, 19131993), Drawing for Early Moon, 1991, Pencil on paper, 34 x 24 inches, Gift of Dorothy Fisher, 2009.4.6 Henrietta Hoopes (American, 19041996), Rose & Bud, 1987, Oil & tempera on paper board, 6 ¾ x 5 ½ inches, Gift of Eliza L. Woodward and Conrad L. Paulus, 2009.5.1 ■ ■ ■ EUROPEAN ART Henrietta Hoopes (American, 19041996), Villalta, 1991, Gouache and ink on paper, 8 x 8 5/8 inches, Gift of Eliza L. Woodward and Conrad L. Paulus, 2009.5.2 Henrietta Hoopes (American, 19041996), Green Apples, 1938, Oil on paper board, 9 x 15 ¾ inches, Gift of Eliza L. Woodward and Conrad L. Paulus, 2009.5.3 ■ Thomas Couture (French, 18151879), Le Petit Gilles (The Little Confectioner), ca. 1879, Oil on canvas, 31 ½ x 25 ½ inches, Gift of the Mowbray Arch Society, 2008, 2008.14 ■ Gustave Doré (French, 1832-1883), Dante’s Inferno: The Third Circle of Hell (Gluttons), 1861, Black and gray wash on paper, 30 x 41 ½ x 2 ½ inches, Museum purchase, Walter P. Chrysler, Jr., Art Purchase Fund, 2008.10 Gari Melchers (American, 18601932), MacPherson and MacDonald, 1918, Oil on canvas, 79 ¼ x 54 ¾ inches, Gift in memory of Merton Shapiro, 2009.6 Thomas Couture's Commedia dell'arte-inspired Le Petit Gilles (The Little Confectioner) was the 2008 donation by the Museum's Mowbray Arch Society. GLASS ■ Ann Wolff (Swedish/German, b. 1937), Mother Daughter, 2000, Glass collage cased in patinated steel, 21 ¾ x 22 x 4 ½ inches, Gift of Lisa and Dudley Anderson, 2009.1 CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN MacPherson and MacDonald rally musically for the war cause in this Gari Melchers painting, the largest-sized acquisition of the Museum this year. 15 ■ R. Luke Dubois (American, b. 1975), Hindsight is Always 20/20, 2008, 43 letterpress prints, each 28 x 21 inches, Gift of Walter P. Chrysler, Jr. by exchange, 2008.11.1-.43 ■ Toots Zynsky (American, b. 1951), Sfida, 2008, Fused and thermo-formed glass threads, 14 ½ x 20 ½ x 13 5/8 inches, Museum purchase and gift of Barry Friedman Ltd., 2008.13 ■ Josiah McElheny (American, b. 1966), Rearrangeable Domestic Roman Collection, 1994, Assemblage case, 31 ¼ x 20 ½ x 10 ¾ inches, Gift of Walter P. Chrysler, Jr. by exchange, 2008.12 ■ Klaus Moje (German, b. 1936), Untitled 2, 2006, Kilnformed and diamond-polished glass, 63 ¾ x 63 ¾ inches, Museum purchase, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold B. McKinnon, Carolyn and Richard Barry, Bullseye Glass Company, Klaus Moje, Leah and Richard Waitzer, Susan and David Goode, Daniel Greenberg and 16 ACQUISITIONS ■ Susan Steinhauser, Jeffrey and Cynthia Manocherian, Clay H. Barr, Nancy and Malcolm Branch, Elizabeth and Larry Goldman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Lester, Henry and Angelica Light, Dr. and Mrs. Edward C. Oldfield III, Tom and Selina Stokes, Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Hubbard, Chrissy and Dave Johnson, and by exchange Walter P. Chrysler, Jr., 2008.15 ■ Tony Vaccaro (American, b. 1922), Jackson Pollock, August 1953, Gelatin-silver print, 12 1/8 x 8 ¼ inches, Gift of the artist, Tony Vaccaro, 2008.9.3 ■ Suzanne Opton (American, b. 1954), Soldier: Claxton—120 Days in Afghanistan, 2004, Chromogenic print, 41 x 52 inches, Museum purchase, 2009.2.1 Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848-1933), Daffodil Library Lamp, 1900-10, Glass and bronze, 22 ¼ x 15 ¾ inches, Bequest of William Gallagher, 2009.3 ■ Suzanne Opton (American, b. 1954), Soldier: Mickelson—Length of service unknown, 2004, Chromogenic print, 41 x 52 inches, Museum purchase, 2009.2.2 ■ Edward Jean Steichen (American, 1879-1973), Infrared View of Officers Gathered on the Deck of USS Lexington, November, 1943, Gelatin-silver print, 19 1/2 x 23 3/8 inches, Museum purchase in memory of Alice R. and Sol B. Frank, 2009.7 PHOTOGRAPHY Cheerful daffodils dazzle the eyes in this stunning lamp by Louis Comfort Tiffany, an appropriate spring gift to the Chrysler's growing glass collection. ■ Tony Vaccaro (American, b. 1922), Georgia O’Keeffe, Taos Pueblo, New Mexico, April 1960, Gelatin-silver print, 9 1/8 x 6 ½ inches, Gift of the artist, Tony Vaccaro, 2008.9.1 ■ Tony Vaccaro (American, b. 1922), Peggy Guggenheim at Her ‘Shangri La’ Garden, 1968, Gelatin-silver print, 9 3/8 x 12 1/8 inches, Gift of the artist, Tony Vaccaro, 2008.9.2 17 EXHIBITIONS AND INSTALLATIONS 2008–2009 was an extraordinary year for special exhibitions at the Chrysler. The year saw the debut of a pair of genuine blockbusters, American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell, generously sponsored by the Chrysler’s Business Exhibition Council, and Art of Glass 2, a regional celebration of contemporary glass mounted by the Chrysler, the Contemporary Art Center of Virginia Beach, Virginia Arts Festival, and 22 other affiliate institutions. These two monumental efforts were complemented by a rich succession of more intimate “focus” exhibitions and installations unveiled in the Museum and at our Historic Houses. They included Fifty Years Later: The Lessons of Massive Resistance, created as part of the City of Norfolk’s commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the end of organized opposition to public school desegregation, first here at the Chrysler, then at the Norfolk History Museum; Moses Myers: Merchant of Norfolk, installed at our Moses Myers House; Dutch “Golden Age” Paintings in our Kaufman Furniture Gallery; and After Hours: Works by the Chrysler Staff in the Chrysler’s Waitzer Community Gallery. Beth Lipman’s Material Culture, featured in our Art of Glass 2 exhibition Contemporary Glass Among the Classics, echoes the themes of the Chrysler’s treasured still life, La Desserte (Remains of the Meal) by Etienne-Prosper Berne-Bellecour. Each work focuses on the excesses and ephemerality of wealth. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer 18 EXHIBITIONS ■ ANSEL ADAMS PHOTOGRAPHY MAY 1–AUGUST 31, 2008 IN THE KAUFMAN THEATER LOBBY This exhibition, drawn entirely from the Chrysler’s collection, consisted of 15 photographs from one of the world’s most renowned photographers, Ansel Adams. Best known for his images of Yosemite National Park and the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, Adams has achieved a popular status unparalleled by any other photographer. By car or by foot, Thalhimer's was a popular Downtown destination in the 1950s. Detailed dioramas in Crossroads: Transportation in Norfolk transported viewers to times gone by. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer. ■ ■ CROSSROADS: TRANSPORTATION IN NORFOLK DECEMBER 5, 2007–MAY 2009 AT THE NORFOLK HISTORY MUSEUM AT WILLOUGHBY-BAYLOR HOUSE Inspired by the birth of Norfolk’s light rail system, this historical exhibit reviewed the city’s various modes of transportation since the time of the horse-drawn carriage. ■ PAUL STORR SILVER GILT BREAKFAST SERVICE ONGOING THROUGH MARCH 2010 This incomparable set by one of the leading silversmiths of Regency London exudes both the modern and ancient influences popular with artists of his era. The Museum was pleased to accept another year-long extension of the loan from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. REMBRANDT’S ETCHINGS: THE EMBRACE OF DARKNESS AND LIGHT MAY 16–AUGUST 17, 2008 IN NORFOLK SOUTHERN LARGE CHANGING GALLERY During his lifetime, Rembrandt achieved unparalleled fame as a printmaker and is hailed today as one of the greatest etchers of all time. Drawn from the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, this exhibition included more than 130 of the master’s etchings. It traced Rembrandt’s entire career as a printmaker, from the drama and technical razzle-dazzle of his early productions to the quiet mystery and poetry of his final works. ■ PRINTS FROM THE DAVID AND SUSAN GOODE COLLECTION MAY 16–AUGUST 31, 2008 IN THE PRINTS AND DRAWINGS GALLERY In conjunction with the exhibition, Rembrandt’s Etchings, the Chrysler also showcased a complementary exhibition of prints dating from the early 20th century to the present. Drawn from the personal collection of David and Susan Goode, this exhibition covered a wide variety of printmaking techniques and artists. ■ KAUFMAN FURNITURE GALLERY ONGOING SINCE ITS MAY 2008 OPENING This installation features fine furnishings on loan from the late George M. and Linda H. Kaufman, one of our nation’s great collections of American decorative arts and Dutch Golden Age paintings. The display highlights the stylistic evolution of American furniture from the mid 18th to the early 19th century, and helps visitors understand the individual character of pieces produced in early America’s great furniture-making centers—Boston, Newport, New York, and Philadelphia. ■ CAMEO PERFORMANCES: MASTERPIECES OF CAMEO GLASS FROM THE CHRYSLER’S COLLECTION JUNE 29, 2008–JULY 1, 2010 IN THE DECORATIVE ARTS GALLERY Highlighting the skills of master carvers and their sources of inspiration, cameo glass steals the spotlight in this show drawn from the Museum’s renowned glass collection. Exploring the history of cameo glass carving beginning with ancient Roman examples, this ongoing exhibition focuses on the popular resurgence of the technique in England during the late 19th century. 19 EXHIBITIONS ■ THE OLD ORDER AND THE NEW: P. H. EMERSON AND PHOTOGRAPHY, 1885–1895 JULY 2–NOVEMBER 9, 2008 IN THE ALICE R. AND SOL B. FRANK PHOTOGRAPHY GALLERIES In the 1880s, Peter Henry Emerson began photographing landscapes in Norfolk and Suffolk, England, producing beautiful prints and publishing books and portfolios for which he became well-known. He described himself as an anthropologist, capturing ways of life that were disappearing due to the impact of new industries. ■ COUNTDOWN TO ETERNITY: PHOTOGRAPHS OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BY BENEDICT J. FERNANDEZ SEPTEMBER 26, 2008–MARCH 1, 2009 IN THE KAUFMAN THEATER LOBBY Students from Hampton University take a closer look at P.H. Emerson's photography and equipment in The Old Order and the New. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer In the years before Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated, award-winning photographer Ben Fernandez documented his life—visually demonstrating King’s powerful messages. These photographs serve as visual testimony of a dedicated photojournalist who gives the world a different view of Dr. King and the state of America during its transition towards equality in civil rights. ■ MOSES MYERS, MERCHANT OF NORFOLK ONGOING SINCE OCTOBER 10, 2008 AT MOSES MYERS HOUSE THE As part of a generous gift from Mr. T. Parker Host, the Historic Houses installed a new permanent exhibition at the Moses Myers House. The new display explores the business of maritime commerce through the life and business of Norfolk’s own Moses Myers. ■ PHOTOGRAPHY AT THE CHRYSLER: RECENT ACQUISITIONS DECEMBER 12, 2008–JANUARY 2010 IN THE ALICE R. AND SOL. B FRANK PHOTOGRAPHY GALLERIES This ongoing exhibition presents a selection of the most exciting historical and contemporary photographs added to the Museum’s collection in recent years. Among the artists represented have been Berenice Abbott, August Sander, William Christenberry, and Argentinean photographer res. ■ AMERICAN CHRONICLES: THE ART OF NORMAN ROCKWELL NOVEMBER 12, 2008–FEBRUARY 1, 2009 IN THE NORFOLK SOUTHERN LARGE CHANGING GALLERY Drawn from the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, this exceptional retrospective surveyed the career of America’s premier 20thcentury commercial illustrator and, arguably, its most beloved artist. The exhibition included 41 of Rockwell’s oil paintings, a group of drawings and posters including his famous Four Freedoms, and all 323 covers that the artist created between 1916 and 1963 for The Saturday Evening Post. The show was among the Chrysler’s best-attended exhibitions ever. Norman Rockwell's The Peace Corps honored President Kennedy's creation of the international program, and gave this viewer something to look forward to at the Members' Opening for American Chronicles. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer Norman Rockwell (American, 1894–1978) The Peace Corps (J.F.K.’s Bold Legacy), 1966 Oil on canvas, 45 ½ x 36 ½” Story illustration for Look, June 14, 1966 From the permanent collection of Norman Rockwell Museum ©1966 SEPS: Licensed by Curtis Publishing, Indianapolis, Ind. 20 EXHIBITIONS ■ Students from "The Lost Classes of 1959" ready a display for a rally at the Norfolk Arena, October 13, 1958 in this image from Fifty Years Later: The Lessons of Massive Resistance. Photo from The Virginian-Pilot Photo Archives. BELOW: Hand-written notes in underclassmen's yearbooks exhibited both the best and the worst of people's opinions about the 1958 public school desegregation. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer FIFTY YEARS LATER: THE LESSONS OF MASSIVE RESISTANCE Presidential priorities come into focus in the eye-chart letter-prints of Luke DuBois's Hindsight is Always 20/20. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer. DECEMBER 20, 2008–MARCH 1, 2009 IN THE WAITZER COMMUNITY GALLERY JULY 2009–JUNE 2010 AT THE NORFOLK HISTORY MUSEUM AT WILLOUGHBY-BAYLOR HOUSE As part of a city-wide commemoration marking the 50th anniversary of the end of “Massive Resistance,” this multimedia timeline highlighted this period in national history by chronologically displaying photographs, documents, and clippings of the people and places that forever changed Norfolk’s Public Schools. An abbreviated version of this important exhibition has moved to the Norfolk History Museum for one year. ■ R. LUKE DUBOIS: HINDSIGHT IS ALWAYS 20/20, 2008 JANUARY 9–MARCH 15, 2009 IN THE PRINTS AND DRAWINGS GALLERY This clever series analyzes State of the Union Addresses by word frequency. Each print takes the form of a common eye In 1999, Hampton Roads’ key arts institutions joined to form an extraordinarily successful regional partnership: Art of Glass. This remarkable venture focused on American art glass and helped arts groups across Tidewater to realize an ambitious community vision for excellence. chart, and the word pictures provide a 20/20 chronicle of what each President prioritized as he spoke to the American people. The show’s opening was timed to coincide with the inauguration of Barack Obama as America’s forty-fourth President. ■ NORFOLK & WESTERN RAILWAY PHOTOGRAPHS BY O. WINSTON LINK MARCH 6–OCTOBER 18, 2009 IN THE KAUFMAN THEATER LOBBY This intimate selection of signed photographs by the remarkable O. Winston Link recalled the majesty and splendor of steam-powered locomotives, as well as the nostalgia of an era gone by. The eighteen photographs were drawn from the extensive collection of Susan and David Goode, former chairman and CEO of Norfolk Southern. ART OF GLASS 2 AT THE CHRYSLER MUSEUM OF ART The Chrysler’s Curator of Glass, Kelly Conway (center) coordinated the Museum’s three extraordinary exhibitions for Art of Glass 2. Here she shares a moment with artist Karen LaMonte (center right) and her husband, artist Steven Polaner (left), as well as Katya and Doug Heller (center left, right, respectively), whose New York gallery represents two of the artists in Contemporary Glass Among the Classics. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer In 2009, the Chrysler Museum, the Contemporary Art Center, the Virginia Arts Festival, and 22 other affiliates staged an encore— Art of Glass 2. This landmark local event amazed, delighted, and inspired every bit as much as the first. The Chrysler Museum hosted three extraordinary shows during this six-month-long celebration of glass art, in one of our most beautiful and acclaimed exhibitions ever! EXHIBITIONS Lino Taglipietra's Mandara served as a model for the creation of the Art of Glass 2 logo. 21 Stephen Knapp adjusts a piece of plate glass to its proper position in Serenata, the brilliant lightpainting featured in the Chrysler’s photography galleries. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer Katherine Gray’s Forest Glass amazes patrons with both its familiarity and freshness. As part of its environmental message, each of the trees features songbirds in the branches and thrushes or mushrooms near the trees’ stumps. Photo by Jake Gillespie for the Chrysler Museum of Art Many patrons cited Endeavor, an impressive series of 33 hanging glass boats, as their favorite work from Lino Tagliapietra in Retrospect. Photo by Jake Gillespie for the Chrysler Museum of Art. ■ LINO TAGLIAPIETRA IN RETROSPECT: A MODERN RENAISSANCE IN ITALIAN GLASS APRIL 8, 2009–JULY 19, 2009 IN THE NORFOLK SOUTHERN LARGE CHANGING GALLERY Our keynote Art of Glass 2 exhibition was the first to detail the 40-year career of the Maestro of glassblowing. Lino Tagliapietra is widely credited with changing the course of contemporary studio glass through his passionate teaching and brilliant artistic vision. The 155 works on display represented his finest work—from a roomful of floating glass boats to fiery vases and sculptures to delicate goblets and glass party favors called bonboniere. Many of the pieces came from the artist’s own collection and some had never before been displayed in public. ■ CONTEMPORARY GLASS AMONG THE CLASSICS APRIL 26–JULY 19, 2009 INSTALLED IN VARIOUS GALLERIES THROUGHOUT THE MUSEUM The Chrysler interspersed new among the old in this must-see Art of Glass 2 exhibition focusing on four contemporary artists. Katherine Gray’s repurposed glass constructs, Karen LaMonte’s haunting cast glass dresses, and Beth Lipman’s complex glass still-lifes were featured alongside objects in the Museum’s collection. Plus, Stephen Knapp installed two dazzling lightpaintings—one inside our galleries and one on the exterior wall near the Museum’s main entrance. ■ GREEN EYE OF THE PYRAMID APRIL 26, 2009–JANUARY 17, 2010 IN PRINTS AND DRAWINGS GALLERY THE This masterful green pyramid was cast by the influential Czech husband-and-wife team of Stanislav Libenský and Jaroslava Brychtová, who pioneered the use of glass as a medium for sculpture in the 20th century. This third Art of Glass 2 exhibition was loaned from the private collection of Lisa and Dudley Anderson and honored Norfolk’s 57th Azalea Festival’s NATO nation of 2009: the Czech Republic. In the Ricau Sculpture Gallery, Karen LaMonte's stunning cast-glass Undine echoes the Museum's own Undine, Rising from the Fountain by Chauncey Bradley Ives. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer Dudley and Lisa Anderson speak with Director Bill Hennessey at the exhibition of Green Eye of the Pyramid, the Libenský/Brychtová masterpiece they loaned to the Chrysler for Art of Glass 2. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer Lino Tagliapietra's artistry is no less visible in his exceptional goblets than in his larger works of glass art. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer 22 EXHIBITIONS Exhibitions Manager Willis Potter, a veteran employee of the Museum, displayed four works of art in After Hours: Works by the Chrysler Staff. In this photo are his mixed-media Man and His Boat and a pen-andink drawing cryptically named Dancers (When Roosters Crow, Something Happens). Photo by Jake Gillespie for the Chrysler Museum of Art Lighting technician Phoenix Ackiss's Iraq War-themed photocollage, Weapons of Mass Deception, proved to be a popular point of discussion in After Hours. ■ AFTER HOURS: WORKS BY THE CHRYSLER STAFF MAY 20–OCTOBER 11, 2009 IN THE WAITZER COMMUNITY GALLERY When the galleries and offices close, many employees of the Chrysler Museum of Art begin work in their private studios. This display in the Waitzer Community Gallery brought together the painting, sculpture, photography, and glass in our first-ever staff show. The diversity of their art echoed the span of influences within their workplace, and demonstrated the rich creativity of those who dedicate their lives to museums. ■ DUTCH “GOLDEN AGE” PAINTINGS JUNE 25, 2009–JANUARY 17, 2010 IN THE KAUFMAN FURNITURE GALLERY Many of the Netherlands’ greatest 17thcentury painters are represented in this intimate exhibition of privately held gems from a collector in New York. Displayed among the fine antiques of the Museum’s Kaufman Furniture Gallery are oils by Gerard Ter Borch, Godfried Schalcken, and master portraitist Frans Hals. The highlight is a one-time genre painting only recently acknowledged as a self-portrait by Rembrandt van Rijn. Our exhibition of Dutch "Golden Age" Paintings included a work that only recently was discovered to be far more than it originally appeared. For centuries, Rembrandt van Rijn's 1634 Self-Portrait With Shaded Eyes hid secretly below layers traditional Russian garb painted on for salabilty. Rembrandt van Rijn Self-Portrait With Shaded Eyes, 1634 Oil on panel 27 7/8 x 21 3/4 in. Private Collection, New York 23 LOANS FROM THE COLLECTION The Chrysler collection continues to be in demand for major exhibitions around the world. In 2008-2009, we lent 43 works to 25 museums around the world. Objects from our collection traveled to museums in Amsterdam, Montreal, Cambridge (England), Boston, Washington, and New York. Below is a selection of exhibitions that featured our works of art. BARKLEY L. HENDRICKS: BIRTH OF THE COOL Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, February 7 – July 13, 2008 Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, New York, November 12, 2008 – March 15, 2009 Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, California, May 9 – August 15, 2009 ■ Barkley L. Hendricks, Slick, 1977, oil on canvas ACTION/ABSTRACTION: POLLOCK, DEKOONING, AND AMERICAN ART, 1940-1976 The Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, England, June 16 – October 4, 2009 TIFFANY IN A NEW LIGHT: CLARA DRISCOLL AND THE TIFFANY GIRLS St. Louis Art Museum, October 19, 2008 – January 11, 2009 ■ Singer Laren Museum, Amsterdam, December 18, 2008 – August 30, 2009 Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, February 13 – May 31, 2009 CEZANNE AND BEYOND ■ Jackson Pollock, Number 23, 1951, enamel on canvas VAN DONGEN: PAINTING THE TOWN FAUVE Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, Canada, January 22 – April 19, 2009 MYSTIC MASQUE: SEMBLANCE AND REALITY IN GEORGES ROUAULT, 1871-1958 ■ McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College, Boston, Massachusetts, August 30 – December 7, 2008 ENDLESS FORM: CHARLES DARWIN, NATURAL SCIENCE AND THE VISUAL ARTS ■ Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut, February 12 – May 3, 2009 Georges Rouault, Head of Christ, 1905, oil on paper on canvas The Artists' Wives by James Jacques Joseph Tissot is a perennial favorite with Chrysler patrons and was equally prized by visitors to the exhibition Endless Form: Charles Darwin, Natural Science, and the Visual Arts. Kees van Dongen, Mlle. Mona Lils, ca. 1929, oil on canvas James Jacques Joseph Tissot, The Artists’ Wives, 1885, oil on canvas Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 26 – May 31, 2009 ■ Henri Matisse, Bowl of Apples on a Table, 1916, oil on canvas TITIAN, TINTORETTO, VERONESE: RIVALS IN RENAISSANCE VENICE Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, March 15 – August 16, 2009 ■ Paolo Veronese, The Virgin and Child Appearing to Saints Anthony Abbot and Paul the Hermit, 1562, oil on canvas Villa Stuck, Munich, October 15, 2009 – January 17, 2010 ■ Tiffany Studios, Mosaic and Metal Ink Stand, ca. 1900 ■ Tiffany Studios, Inkstand in the Shape of a Mushroom Cluster, ca. 1902 ■ Tiffany Studios, Bowl with Greenbrier Motif and Flower Frog, ca. 1902 24 EDUCATION The Chrysler enhances education in our region’s schools, colleges, and universities by creating experiences that integrate the Museum’s collection and exhibitions into the fabric of learning. This year, innovative interpretive programs, such as our Science of Glass tour with accompanying Art of Glass 2 glassblowing demonstrations, fostered deeper understanding and appreciation of the works of art in our collection and inspired a new generations of young artists. Programs for the public included an extensive series of regularly scheduled free tours, as well as our usual monthly programs for preschoolers, college students, and seniors. Partnerships with local arts organizations such as the Virginia Stage Company, the Virginia Opera, Todd Rosenlieb Dance, and the Virginia Arts Festival placed the Chrysler at the heart of the region’s arts community. Our Historic Houses focused guests’ attention on the critical importance of Norfolk with specially themed school programs, as well as three exhibits with a local focus. With the help of the Norfolk Historical Society, the Friends of Historic Houses, and a variety of other local historical institutions, the public enjoyed 88 different programs, including the weekly rotation of theme tours, the monthly Norfolk History Series lectures, and a host of special events. The Museum’s Jean Outland Chrysler Library assisted scholars, students, and the simply curious—2,486 patrons in total for 20082009. Throughout the year, the Library acquired 3,876 books, auction catalogs, films, and other materials, many of them donated. The Library also launched a regularly updated blog of Library news at http://chryslermuseumlibrary.blogspot.com. Students from Norfolk Academy were clearly transfixed by live glassblowing demonstrations at the Museum throughout Art of Glass 2. Photo courtesy of Norfolk Academy The Chrysler teamed with Old Dominion University and ForKids, a local organization providing support to homeless families, to offer creative learning opportunities for both budding teachers and young artists alike. Photo by Patty Edwards, ODU EDUCATION Thousands of students from across Hampton Roads learned more about art, history, and different cultures through the Chrysler's SOL-themed school tours. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer The Chrysler’s VOTE! website allowed patrons to choose their favorite essayist online. Contest winner Emily Carpenter, 12, and her parents, Kevin and Johanna Carpenter, beamed amid Norman Rockwell’s Saturday Evening Post covers. Photo by Scott Howe, Museum education director 25 EDUCATION HIGHLIGHTS ■ Welcomed and taught more than 19,000 students and teachers through innovative tours that tie the Chrysler’s collection to learning across the curriculum, including civics, science, and art, of course! The demand for education programs at the Chrysler continues to grow. ■ Celebrated the 50th year of our Docent Program with a record number of our volunteer art ambassadors, who gave a record number of tours for visitors. ■ Hosted an interactive student essay contest online in conjunction with American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell. Voting via the Museum website totaled more than 1,000 participants. Docents Gail Evett, Carol Schaefer, Robbie Selkin, and Pat Brown enjoyed a celebratory luncheon in honor of our art ambassadors' 50 years of service to the Chrysler and the community. Photo by Jake Gillespie for the Chrysler Museum of Art Tickle My Ears: Stories and Art at the Chrysler entertained dozens of preschoolers and their parents during each monthly program. A generous grant from Target helped make the program possible. Photo by the Chrysler Education Department 26 EDUCATION ■ Informed and entertained 440 schoolchildren and 6,225 adults with tours and special events, many of them focused on early American history and Jewish-American heritage, at the Museum’s Moses Myers House and Norfolk History Museum at Willoughby-Baylor House. ■ Partnered with Old Dominion University’s Art History program to teach Introduction to the Museum to advanced undergraduate and graduate students. ■ Supported The Friends of the Jean Outland Chrysler Library’s inauguration of the Library’s fellowship program, offering graduate students in library science the opportunity to hone their professional skills. Budding young artists study our collection and learn new ways express their creativity at Camp Chrysler, our week-long summer art program. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer Partnerships with arts organizations from across the area and around the world brought engaging public programs to the Museum. Here, the Virginia Children’s Choir joined in song with the Cantabile Youth Choir from West Norfolk, England, as part of a two-week Virginia tour sponsored by the Norfolk Sister City Association and the VCC. Photo by Scott Howe, Museum education director Our Bunny and Perry Morgan Family Days, which feature free exhibition admission, music, and fun art activities, have been popular with the public and our staff. Here Director of Development Edwina Bell and her son, Colley, display their Art of Glass 2-inspired handiwork. Photo by Scott Howe, Museum education director 27 VISITOR SERVICES Visitor Services, founded in 2007, encompasses many areas focused on direct visitor interaction. WELCOME TO OUR GALLERIES The first Chrysler staff members that most Museum visitors encounter are our Gallery Hosts, friendly employees who open the Museum doors, greet visitors at our welcome desk, and answer questions throughout the Museum. They also help protect the Chrysler collection in the galleries. Gallery hosts have a variety of backgrounds—art history, customer service, security—but each focuses on providing our visitors with excellent assistance and an enhanced Museum experience. Gallery hosts Klaire Keller and Danielle Bevacqua were the first to staff the new informationadmissions desk in Huber Court, made possible by a special grant from Landmark Communications. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer. A major accomplishment this year was the addition of a new welcome desk that combines the functions of admissions and information into one location. The mahogany and marble desk, designed and constructed by local finish carpenter Todd Webb, complements the Museum’s aesthetics and creates a centralized hub of activity in Huber Court. THE MUSEUM SHOP Chrysler Gallery Host Jeff Tefft poses with the artist in the exhibition site of Lino Tagliapietra in Retrospect: A Modern Renaissance in Italian Glass during the Art of Glass 2 opening. Photo by Cathy Dixson for the Chrysler Museum of Art No Museum visit is complete without a souvenir, and our Museum Shop continues to offer a wide variety of merchandise to help visitors remember their experience. The most popular items continue to be jewelry, books, glass, and stationery. This year’s popular Art of Glass 2 exhibition offered unique opportunities for special sales and trunk shows with glass jewelry artists. Total sales for The Museum Shop this year were $290,060, a 31% increase over last year. 28 VISITOR SERVICES Colleen Higginbotham, Director of Visitor Services, had a hair-raising Halloween as she emulated William King's popular sculpture A Windy Day. Photo by Visitor Services Department The annual Mowbray Arch Society Art Purchase Dinner is representative of the elegant social events often hosted at the Museum. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer SPECIAL EVENTS Even when the galleries close, the Museum hosts evening visitors at weddings, social events, theatre performances, or after-hours concerts. In the past year, the Chrysler hosted 52 weddings and social events, 35 performances, 11 business presentations/lectures, and two graduations. These rentals are in addition to the numerous educational and social events hosted by the Chrysler Museum. The revenue from these contracted rentals was $253,305. Since Visitor Services has so much direct interaction with our guests, we constantly analyze feedback from them, looking for ways to improve. Among them were upgraded seating, an improved Visitor Guide, and a change to our Sunday operating hours. As a result of responding to visitorsâ€™ requests, this year we saw yet another increase in our Net Promoter Score, a measure of how likely our guests would be to recommend the Chrysler to a friend. Our score this year was 93.35%, up from our fine rating of 87.88% in 2007-2008. Carter Bland and dozens of other brides and their grooms chose the Chrysler as the site of the first and most memorable day of their marriage. Photo by Images in Light Photography 29 MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Support for the Chrysler Museum of Art knows no bounds. Through their generosity, Members and donors from across our region and across the country provided critical support to the Museum. The continuing support of individuals, families, corporations, foundations, and government agencies enables the Chrysler to maintain and display its worldclass permanent collection, to present blockbuster exhibitions, and to complement them both with exceptional programs and educational opportunities. Our contributors chose to support the Museum through a myriad of ways: membership, Annual Fund gifts, exhibition and project sponsorships, bequests, and other deferred gifts. We are grateful for each and every gift that enables us to maintain the vitality and outreach of the Chrysler Museum, the cultural cornerstone of Hampton Roads. UPPER LEFT: More than 700 people attended the Art of Glass 2 Membersâ€™ Opening on April 26â€”one of the many benefits of membership. Photo by Jake Gillespie. LOWER LEFT: Wall, Einhorn & Chernitzer's Shirley Baldwin (left) spends some time chatting with Sun Trust's Ben Vanderberry (center) and Tommy and Molly Rueger (right) before the Art Selection Dinner. The Members of the Business Exhibition Council chose to underwrite To Live Forever: Egyptian Treasures from the Brooklyn Museum as the Chrysler's next exhibition. 30 MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS $10,000 and above Anonymous — In Honor of Linda H. Kaufman Mr. Decker Anstrom & Ms. Sherron Hiemstra Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel A. Arias Carolyn and Richard Barry Mr. and Mrs. Frank Batten, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Macon F. Brock, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George Dragas, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. E. 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Carter Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Colen Drs. John M. and Virginia K. Costenbader Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin G. Cottrell IV Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Counselman Barbara Taylor Creech Mr. and Mrs. John R. Curtis, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua P. Darden, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. L. deButts Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Dechert Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Decker, Jr. Renee and Arthur Diamonstein Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Dilustro Mr. and Mrs. Allan G. Donn The Honorable and Mrs. Robert G. Doumar Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Fine Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fine Mrs. Harry Fleder Mr. and Mrs. Philip L. Franklin Mr. Leslie H. Friedman and Mrs. Janet H. Hamlin Mr. and Mrs. Theodore D. Galanides Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gartman Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Goodman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephan H. Gordon Mrs. Albert B. Gornto, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Gustin Mr. and Mrs. Henry U. Harris III Mr. and Mrs. William Hearst Mr. and Mrs. H. Layton House Mr. and Mrs. James L. Howe III Mr. and Mrs. William E. Ingram Mrs. Felmore Jacobson Dr. and Mrs. David A. Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Warren G. Karesh Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Kent Mrs. Daniel L. Kiley Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Lauter Dr. and Mrs. Edward L. Lilly MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Lyons, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Margolius, Jr. Mrs. Eleanor J. Marshall Mr. and Mrs. Frederick V. Martin Captain and Mrs. John M. Mathews Mrs. Page C. McGaughy and Dr. O.P. Delcambre Mr. Allan Hugh McKinley & Mrs. Jean Winslow McKinley Mr. and Mrs. Colin M. McKinnon Mr. and Mrs. E. George Middleton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard I. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Minter Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Molloy Ms. Jennifer W. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Nusbaum II Mrs. Joan L. Nusbaum Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Perry Mr. and Mrs. Barry Pollara Mrs. Jean D. Powell and Mr. Russell B. Hogshire Mr. and Mrs. Ross C. Reeves Ms. E. Paige Romig Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. William R. Shepherd, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ted M. Sherman Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Shulman Mr. and Mrs. Conrad M. Shumadine Mrs. Dorothy D. Smith Dr. and Mrs. John F. Stecker, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David Sterling Dr. and Mrs. Allan E. Stiner, Jr. Mrs. Sandra Glasser Tavss Dr. and Mrs. Jack B. Taylor Mrs. John S. Thiemeyer, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. James A. Valone, Jr. Mr. Scott D. Waitzer Mr. Joseph T. Waldo Dr. and Mrs. D. Henry Watts Mr. & Mrs. George R. Webb, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne F. Wilbanks Mrs. Rolf Williams Captain and Mrs. Richard C. Williams III Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. Willis, Jr. Mr. Rick Wyatt & Mrs. Martha R. Wyatt Mr. and Mrs. John O. Wynne $1,000 and above Ms. Josephine L. Adamson-Clarke Mrs. C. C. Ballard, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley G. Barr, Jr. Clay H. Barr Ms. Margaret R. Beale Mrs. Robert R. Beasley Mrs. Olga D. Bensel Mrs. Greenville R. Berkeley, Jr. Carter and Larry Bernert Commander B. M. Bianco Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Bishop Drs. Bruce and Cassianne Booth Mr. and Mrs. Earle E. Bortell Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Boyd III Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Brown Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Burwell Mrs. Alfred D. Chandler, Jr. Mr. Calvin H. Childress The Honorable and Mrs. John E. Clarkson Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Coffing Mrs. Juliet M. Dalton Dr. and Mrs. Michael Doviak Ms. Cheryl Dronzek & Mr. Doug Kincaid Mr. Erwin B. Drucker Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Edwards Mrs. Blair G. Ege Dr. and Mrs. Russell D. Evett Miss Constance L. Ferebee Dr. Peter G. Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Florestano Dr. and Mrs. James E. Forrester The Honorable and Mrs. Jerome B. Friedman Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Frost Mr. and Mrs. Laurence W. Frost Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Fullinwider Mr. and Mrs. Carter B. S. Furr Mr. Henry Garrity Dr. and Mrs. Frederick T. Given, Jr. Mrs. Anna O. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hale Dr. Kevin Halista & Ms. Joan McEnery Captain and Mrs. Joel B. Heaton Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Henderson Drs. Leslie and William Hennessey Mrs. Gladstone M. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Hofheimer, Jr. Mr. Scott L. Howe & Mr. Mark Watson Nancy S. Jacobson Ms. Karen G. Jaffe Drs. Gary and Karen Karlowicz Mr. and Mrs. Stuart E. Katz Mr. William W. Keenan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Kelly III Mr. and Mrs. Lee C. Kitchin Mr. and Mrs. Byron P. Kloeppel 31 Mrs. Horace P. McNeal Mr. and Mrs. John B. Meek Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Meredith II Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Meredith, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Miller Dr. and Ms. Melvin R. Morrison Dr. and Mrs. Burton A. Moss Mr. and Mrs. Peter K. Mueller Mrs. Evelyn Munden Carol Anne Kent (left) welcomes Art and the Gardener author Gordon Hayward and his wife, Mary, to the spring program of the Mowbray Arch Society. Photo by Jake Gillespie for the Chrysler Museum of Art Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Knox Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon J. Leavitt Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel E. Lewis Mrs. Richard L. Lowe Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Major Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Mann Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Manocherian Dr. and Mrs. Paul A. Mansheim Mrs. Lydia Graham Martin Mrs. Roy B. Martin, Jr. Mrs. Everett A. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Mauney, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William J. McKinnon, Jr. Ms. Louise B. Nagourney Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Neff Mrs. Jean C. Old Dr. and Mrs. Edward C. Oldfield III Mr. and Mrs. John E. Pappas Mr. and Mrs. David L. Peebles Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Peltz Mr. and Mrs. John H. Peterson, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Harry G. Plunkett, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Larry Quate Dr. and Mrs. Harry E. Ramsey, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Rawls III Ms. Margaret Shepherd Ray 32 MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Mrs. Anne K. Redfern Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Rowland, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Rueger Dr. and Mrs. John C. Schaefer Mr. Kenneth R. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Shuttleworth Mrs. Barbara K. Stephens Drs. Gordon and Kerri Stokes Mr. and Mrs. J. Randolph Stokes Ms. Ann P. Stokes Mr. and Mrs. E. Bradford Tazewell, Jr. Mr. Charles F. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Turner Mr. and Mrs. William R. Van Buren III Mr. and Mrs. C. Benjamin Vanderberry Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Vollbrecht Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Waitzer Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold G. Weinberg Commander and Mrs. Edward G. Whealton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen White Mrs. Thomas H. Willcox, Jr. Miss Helen Farrow Winslow Mr. and Mrs. William C. Wooldridge Mr. Elliott I. Young AGL Resources/Virginia Natural Gas Belmont at Freemason Body and Soul Pilates Fitness Studio Carter Machinery Company, Inc. Cavalier Land, Inc. Commonwealth Preservation Group, LLC Designers East Farm Fresh, Inc. Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Fulton Bank â€” Southern Division Harbor Group International, LLC Harry Bramhall Gilbert Charitable Trust Hunton & Williams J. B. Hunt Kramer Tire Company, Inc. Martin Fund at the Boston Foundation, Inc. Northrop Grumman Newport News Ricoh Americas Corporation Robinson Development Group Rouse-Bottom Foundation Target Stores The Garden Club of America The Greenberg Foundation Troutman Sanders LLP Virginia Natural Gas, Inc. $500 and above Dr. Robert L. Ake & Dr. Joyce L. Neff Mr. Raymond C. Almond & Ms. Sydney Meredith Ms. Virginia Arnette Ms. Rosalyn August Mr. Michael Bakwin Dr. Bruce K. Barr & Mrs. Lauren Baros-Barr Ms. Donna K. Bausch Mr. and Mrs. David J. Benjack Mr. and Mrs. David Blackman Mr. S. Frank Blocker Mr. and Mrs. David V. Bose Mrs. Angela Bounds Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Bradley Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Brodsky Mr. and Mrs. R. Maury Browne III Mr. and Mrs. William K. Butler II Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Buck Mr. Walter Camp & Ms. Teresa Kraus Captain and Mrs. John M. Chandler Dr. and Mrs. Sheldon L. Cohn Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Collier Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Cooper III Minette and Charles N. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. William A. Copeland Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Coyle Dr. and Mrs. J. Parker Cross, Jr. Mr. John S. Davis II Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deans Ms. Sarah Emley & Mr. Darwin Barrett Mrs. Juanita G. Felton Mr. and Mrs. Wayne G. Fields Mr. Charles S. Gifford Rev. and Mrs. Joseph N. Green, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wells Gresham Ms. Greta I. Gustavson Mr. Tommy V. Hansard Betty and Robert Hecht Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hudson, Jr. Mr. Bernard Jaffe Mr. and Mrs. James Jiral Mr. and Mrs. John M. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Jones Mr. Watt Jones Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Jones, Sr. Ms. Lee Jordan-Anders & Mr. Glen Anders Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Keil Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Kelly, Jr. Dr. Raymond H. Kirby Mr. and Mrs. James L. Kitchin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David T. Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Lawson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Leach, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Levin Drs. Wendy and Lenard Lexier Mr. and Mrs. John C. Marous, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas McCune Mrs. Jerry R. McDonald Ms. Anne L. McRae Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Meek Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Merriam II Col. and Mrs. Tom H. Meurer Mr. William S. Miller Dr. Ula K. Motekat Mr. and Mrs. John D. Munford Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Newton Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Outland, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Paolini Mr. and Mrs. M. Lee Payne Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Poinsett Ms. Stephanie M. Pope Dr. and Mrs. David B. Propert Mr. and Mrs. G. Gray Puryear Mr. Julian Rashkind Mrs. Ann D. Reed Ms. Katherine L. Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Allan S. Reynolds, Jr. Ms. Ruth A. Rose Ms. Muriel B. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Salb Mr. and Mrs. Mike Saltzer Dr. Alfred M. Schulwolf Mr. Jethro Seabron Dr. and Mrs. John Settle Dr. and Mrs. David Shores Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop A. Short, Jr. Mr. Lawrence L. Steingold Ms. Patricia C. Stephenson Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Tester Rear Admiral and Mrs. Byron Tobin, Jr. Mr. William H. Tolbert Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Tolmie Ms. Jackie Turner & Mr. Michael Darr Mr. Guy Wallace Dr. and Mrs. J. Catesby Ware, Jr. Mrs. Catherine Jordan Wass Mr. and Mrs. Matthew F. Werth, Jr. Mr. Lawrence E. Wetsel, Jr. Dr. G. William Whitehurst Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Williams Dr. and Mrs. Armistead D. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas G. Wilson III Mr. and Mrs. F. Blair Wimbush Mr. and Mrs. William C. Winn Mr. Barry Wirt Ms. Anne D. Wood Mrs. Deborah H. Wyld Duval Radford Charitable Testamentary Trust Cook Foundation Creef & Crow, Inc. Drucker & Falk, LLC E. T. Gresham Company, Inc. Nelms Corporation Phillips Destination Management Services Plasser American Corporation Retail Alliance Under $500 Mr. Bertram D. Aaron Mr. Leslie R. Abbott, Jr. Ms. Angel Abbott Ms. Christine L. Abelein Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Ablett Ms. Julia Abraham Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Ackiss Mr. Phoenix S. Ackiss Ms. Jana Adamitis & Mr. Ben Haller Mr. and Mrs. James C. Adams Mr. and Mrs. John W. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams Mr. Robert E Adams, Sr. Ms. Lynn O. Adams Mrs. Anne B. Addington Ms. Christina Adkison MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Mr. and Mrs. S. Beryl Adler Mrs. Adele F. Adler Mr. Steven Advocat Mr. James Affelot Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Agelasto III Mr. William F. Ahearn Mr. Robert P. Albergotti, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ande Albert Ms. Marjorie R. Alberti Mr. and Mrs. Warren L. Aleck Mr. and Mrs. Richard Aleks The Honorable Kenneth C. Alexander Ms. Kay Alexander Mr. Neill H. Alford III Dr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Irving L. Allen, Sr. Mrs. Elizabeth Allen & Mr. Robert Davenport Mr. and Mrs. Percy Allen Ms. JoAnn Allen Ms. Nancy J. Allen Ms. Jane W. Alling Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Altschul Ms. Maria Inez Alves de Melo Mr. Walter C. Ames III Mrs. Mildred M. Ames Mr. Ryland C. Ammons Ann U. Amundsen Mr. and Mrs. Forrest P. Anderson Captain and Mrs. Lawrence G. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Eric Anderson Dr. and Mrs. Alvin W. Anderson Mr. James R. Anderson Mrs. Shirley Hurd Anderson Dr. and Mrs. William C. Andrews Mrs. Sabine Andrews Mrs. Mary Graham Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Andrews Ms. Mason Andrews Ms. Linda Andrus Ms. Irene Angelson Mrs. Augustus Anninos Mr. and Mrs. Dan Anninos Ms. Margaret L. Anthony Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Apple Mr. and Mrs. Jim Apple Ms. Eileen Aquino Ms. Patricia Arant Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Archer Mrs. Barbara A. Architzel Mr. Joseph M. Arida Dr. Virginia R. Armstrong Mrs. Eleanore Arn Mr. and Mrs. Nelson R. Arnold Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Ash Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ash Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Ash, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Ashbrook Mr. and Mrs. Michel C. Ashe Mrs. Katharine Ashman Mrs. Virginia Atkins Ms. Joan A. Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. Ron Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. Larry P. Atkinson Ms. Camille Ann Atwood Mrs. Wendy Juren Auerbach Mr. and Mrs. Richard Aufenger Ms. Gail Austin Ms. Linda D Austin Mr. and Mrs. Clark M. Avery Mr. and Ms. Erwin T. Avery Mr. and Mrs. Larus Avery Mrs. Margaret J. Ayscue Dr. Hormoz Azar Mr. and Mrs. Leo D. Babb Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Babb The Honorable and Mrs. Robert F. Babb Mr. and Mrs. James Babcock Ms. A. D. Babineau Mr. and Mrs. George M. Bacon, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Bacon Mr. and Mrs. Andres R. Bacuzzi Mrs. Elizabeth Bade Ms. Eleanor J. Bader Mr. Jacob E. Baer Mr. and Mrs. Max Baer Mr. and Mrs. Steen Baerentz Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bagranoff Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Bagwell Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Bailey Dr. & Mrs. C. R. Bailey, Jr. Ms. Jean Bailey Mrs. Dorothy Bailey Mrs. Faye Bailey Ms. Mary Louise Bailey Mrs. Linda H. Baines Mrs. Edward R. Baird Ms. Jacqueline Baker Mr. Theodore Baker, Jr. Mrs. Terri L. Baker Mrs. Carolyn B. Baker Mrs. Sandra D. Baker Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Balcom Mr. and Mrs. Stanley F. Baldwin Mrs. Shirley Baldwin Ms. Ann J. Baldwin Mrs. Frances S. Baldwin Mr. Ernest E. Ball Mr. and Mrs. W. Gary Ball Mrs. Sara H. Ballenger Dr. Luke Balsamo Dr. and Mrs. Leigh Baltuch Mr. and Mrs. C. Allan Bamforth, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bandy Mr. and Mrs. George H. Bangs Mr. and Mrs. Rufus A. Banks, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Baragona Ms. Beverley Baraniak Mrs. Pamela Barber Ms. Mary Ann Barbini Ms. Kay Barbini Mrs. Cleopatra B. Barbush Mrs. Shirley D. Barco Captain and Mrs. Thomas Barge Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barham Mr. Frederick J. Bariteau Mr. Gary Barlow Ms. Brenda S. Barnes Mr. Ed Barnes Ms. Michele D. Barnes Ms. Stratford A. Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Barnett, Jr. Drs. Patrick and Allison Baroco Ms. Suzanne L. Barr Dr. and Mrs. Arnold B. Barr Ms. Susan P. Barr Dr. Joseph P. Barreca Mr. and Mrs. Ross S. Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Barrett Mr. Bill Barrett Ms. Jane Barrick Ms. Melody L. Barrow Dr. and Mrs. Alan Bartel Ms. Joanne Barter 33 Mrs. Jeanne Smith Bartlett Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Bartlett Mrs. Charles A. Bartlett Mrs. Margarette H. Bartlett Mr. Robert G. Barto Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Barton Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Bashara Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. Basnight Ms. Jean C. Basnight & Ms. Clara P. Basnight Mr. Leo Bassett Ms. Sandra J. Batchelor Mr. Herman Bates Mr. and Mrs. Robert Battaglia Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Batten Mr. and Mrs. James G. Batterson Ms. Gertrude R. Batts Ms. Lynn A. Baucom Mr. and Mrs. Michael Baucom Ms. Jessica Baucom Mrs. Alice G. Bauer Ms. Elizabeth Bauman & Mr. Peter Kramer Ms. Suzanne S. Baur & Mr. James F. Baur Dr. Robert L. Baxter, Jr. and Ms. Glenda Warner Mr. Frederick S. Bayersdorfer & Mr. John Wills Mr. and Mrs. Corydon M. Baylor, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baylor Mrs. Elmore S. Baylor, Jr. Mrs. Pamela H. Baynard Ms. Gay H. Baynes Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bea, Jr. Mrs. Nathaniel Beaman III Ms. Andrea B. Bear & Ms. Nancy A. Howard Ms. Stella Beard Mrs. Cathryn Bearov Dr. and Mrs. Richard Beauchamp Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Beck Ms. Julia C. Beck Mr. Ken Becker Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Beckett Melvin Beckett and Alroy Beckett Mr. and Mrs. Linwood D. Beckner Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Beebe Ms. Tina Begland Mr. and Mrs. Colley W. Bell III Ms. Rachel C. Bell Mr. Timothy J. Bell & Ms. Vaughn B. Rinner Mr. and Mrs. Brett Bell 34 MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Bell, Jr. Mrs. Phyllis Bellah Dr. Lewis J. Bellinger Mr. Donald N. Belote The Honorable and Mrs. Joseph B. Benedetti Mr. and Mrs. John C. Benedict Ms. Alicia Benjamin Mrs. Aldine B. Bennett Mrs. William C. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. William W. Benson Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bergeron Ms. Sadie W. Bergeron Mrs. Joanne S. Berkley Mr. and Mrs. Waverly Lee Berkley III Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Berkley Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Berlin Ms. Beth Hirsch and Mr. Richard Berman Mr. Jon A. Berry Mr. and Mrs. Berton Berry, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berryman Mr. and Mrs. Eric J. Berryman Ms. Gloria Bersi Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Bersson Mr. Ramon Betancourt, Jr. Ms. Danielle D. Bevacqua Ms. Maria Biel Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Bilisoly Mr. and Mrs. John K. Birknes Ms. Holly Bischoff Mr. and Mrs. Bruce T. Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Guy E. Bishop Mr. and Mrs. James C. Bishop, Jr. Mrs. Anna Bishop Mr. and Mrs. William N. Bissell Ms. Ruth M. Bizot & Dr. William H. Spaur Ms. Rachel G. Blachman Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Blachman Rear Admiral and Mrs. James H. Black Mr. Roger Blackman Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Blackwell Ms. Angela Martin Blackwell Mrs. Dorothea B. Blair & Mr. William Blair II Mrs. Marian L. Blair Lt. Commander John A. Blair Mr. and Mrs. Narvis Blair Col. and Mrs. David P. Blake Ms. Cheryl Blake Mr. and Mrs. David G. Blalock Mr. and Mrs. James Blalock Ms. Anne C. Blanchard Ms. Florence P. Blankenship Ms. Betty J. Blankenship Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Blasch Mr. and Mrs. William E Blazer, Sr. Ms. Francine E. Blend Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Blevins Mr. David J. Block Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Blondin Ms. Margaret L. Bloom Mr. and Mrs. Dane U. Blythe Mrs. Jennifer Blythe Major Mark E. Board The Rev. Kate and Mr. Rosser Bobbitt Mr. Alexander Bochdansky Ms. Betty Bogese-Russo Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Boggs Dr. and Mrs. Michael E. Bohan Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bohr Mrs. Sandy Bolcar Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bolick Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Bollinger Dr. Daniel and Mary Carolyn Bolovan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Bolt Mr. and Mrs. Luther R. Bond Mr. and Mrs. George F. Bone Dr. Marshall Bonnie & Ms. Sonia C. Stein Ms. Lisa Bonocore Mr. Brian Bonson Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bookbinder Mr. and Mrs. William Boone Ms. Sandra A. Boone Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Booth Mrs. Annie P. Boothby Ms. Jean Booton Ms. Sue Boring Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boseman Ms. Christina E. Bosher Dr. Theodora P. Bostick Mrs. Marjorie S. Bottimore Ms. Sharon L. Bouchard Mr. and Mrs. Britt Boughey Hank Boyd of BB&T (left) and his wife, Debbie (right), spend a few moments in conversation with Museum Trustee Dr. Ed Lilly (center) at the Business Exhibition Council Dinner. Photo by Jake Gillespie for the Chrysler Museum of Art Mrs. Libra Bousman Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Boutwell Captain and Mrs. Fredric G. Bouwman Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bowden Mrs. Allen M. Bower, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James Bowers Dr. and Mrs. John T. Bowers III Mrs. Mary W. Bowling Ms. Gloria Bownas Mr. Jake Cameron Boyce, Jr. Ms. Janae Boyd Mr. Charles M. Boyd Ms. Kathleen H. Boyd Ms. Elizabeth A. Boyle Mr. Paul M. Boynton Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. Braden Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Martyn H. Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brady Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Brady III Mrs. Patricia Brady-Seay Mr. Paul Bramer Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Branan, Jr. Mr. and Mr. Robert A. Branch Mr. and Mrs. John Brandon Mr. and Mrs. Steaven K. Brausewetter Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Bray Mr. and Mrs. Adolphe M. Braye, Jr. Mrs. Edward L. Breeden, Jr. Mr. Terence Breen Dr. and Mrs. B. David Breininger Mrs. Eliot Breneiser Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Brennaman Ms. Judith Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brenner Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brenner Mr. and Mrs. William H. Brenner Ms. Karen Brent Mr. Mike Brewer & The Honorable Deborah Paxson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Brewer Dr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Brewer Ms. Barbara Brewer Ms. Baylies Brewster Mr. Jerry A. Bridges Gary and Margaret Bright Mr. and Mrs. Clifton S. Brinkley Mr. John S. Brinkley MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Ms. Julia A. Bristow Mr. and Mrs. James S. Bristow Mrs. Patricia S. Britz Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Broach, Jr. Ms. Susan L. Broaddus Mr. and Mrs. Neal N. Brock Mr. Thomas J. Brockenbrough Ms. Anne D. Brockenbrough Ms. Mary Jane Brockwell Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Broecker Mr. Michael Brooks Mr. Charles A. Brothman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brotman Mr. and Mrs. James P. Brown III Ms. Mary Perkins Brown Drs. Judith E. and Richard C. Brown Miss Julia A. Brown Mrs. Sarah H. Brown Dr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Brown Captain and Mrs. David K. Brown Ms. Nancy D. Browner Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Browning Ms. Kathryn Brownlow Mrs. Jean C. Bruce Mr. Nelson E. Bruce Mrs. Joann Bruyneel Nellie and Oscar Bryan Mr. David Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Carlton F. Bryant III Ms. Theresa M. Bryant Dr. and Mrs. Robert Buch Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. David E. Buckingham Ms. E. Elaine Buckner & Mr. David H. Buckner Mr. and Mrs. Todd Budlong Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Budman Ms. Judy Buff Mr. and Mrs. James L. Bugg, Jr. Ms. Rebecca Bump Mrs. Patricia P. Bunch Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Burchette Dr. Jeanne B. Burger Dr. and Mrs. Charles O. Burgess Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Burgess Mr. and Mrs. Dean Burgess Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Burgold Ms. Paula Burgoon Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Burke Ms. Virginia Burke Mr. Michael D. Burke Mr. and Mrs. Rick Burnell Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Burnett Mr. and Mrs. Justin Burney Mrs. Laurie Burnham Mr. Kenneth B. Burnham Mrs. Jean B. Burns Ms. Deanna Burritt-Peffer & Mr. Robert Peffer Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Burt Mr. Jack Burtch Mr. and Mrs. James L. Burton Mr. and Mrs. John N. Burton, Jr. Ms. Katherine Lewis Burton Mr. and Mrs. George Busch Dr. and Mrs. Richard G. Bush Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bush II Lt. Margaret Bush Ms. Sylvia Gade Bush Ms. Carol Butler Ms. Deborah H. Butler Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Butler Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butler Mrs. Mary Puryear Butler Ms. Jennifer A. Butsch Mr. Marshall W. Butt, Jr. Ms. Heather Butterbaugh Ms. Therese M. Butterfield Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Buxbaum Mrs. Louise P. Buxton Commander David A. Buzard Rear Admiral Mark Buzby Mrs. Julie Byers Mrs. Allison D. Byrd Mr. and Mrs. William A. Byrne Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Byrne Ms. Patricia C. Byrne Mrs. Gloria Caddell Mr. Richard E. Caden & Mr. T.P. Rose Mr. and Mrs. William J. Cagney, Jr. Ms. Linda M. Cagney Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cahill Dr. Anne-Taylor Cahill Mr. Barry A. Cain Mr. and Mrs. R. Stuart Cake Mrs. Erma Guy Caldwell Ms. Jan E. Callaghan Mr. and Mrs. F. Sullivan Callahan Mr. and Mrs. L. Tom Callaway Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Callo Ms. Linda M. Cameron Dr. Josie P. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Campbell Mr. William T. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Jesse E. Canada Mr. William H. Candler Mrs. William B. Canfield, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy T. Canoles, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Caplan Ms. Rachel A. Capps Mr. Leigh Capshaw Mrs. Jeanne M. Carlock Mrs. Barbara Carlson Mrs. Marienne M. Carlucci Ms. Anne Carney & Mr. John Arrigo Ms. Cynthia Carney Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. D. Lew Carr Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Carr Ms. Evelyn S. Carr Dr. and Mrs. James H. Carraway Mr. and Mrs. Norman W. Carrick Mr. and Mrs. James T. Carroll III Mr. and Mrs. William Carroll Mrs. Lillian V. Carson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cartaina Ms. Chelsy Carter & Dr. Lawrence Hatab Mr. John H. Carter Mr. Jack L. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Brian N. Casey Mrs. Eleonora Anna Cavallin Mr. and Mrs. John D. Cavanaugh Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cavin Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Cayton Mr. and Mrs. David V. Cederquist Mr. Russell Cerro Ms. Ellie Cesario Dr. and Mrs. Milton Chalkley Mr. and Mrs. Chris L. Chambers Dr. Patricia Chambers Mr. and Mrs. Webster M. Chandler, Jr. Mrs. George W. Chandler Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Channel Mr. Jerry Channell Mrs. Elizabeth Anne Chapman Dr. Miles L. Chappell, Jr. Mr. Donald E. Chappell & Ms. Wendy C. Weiler Ms. Phyllis Chapwick Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Charron Mr. and Mrs. James A. Chase Robert P. Chassar Mr. Steven L. Chenault Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Chengiah Ms. Lynn Hillerson Cherin Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Chessen Ms. Elizabeth Childs-Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Eli Chovitz Ms. Susan Christian Mr. and Mrs. John Christiansen Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Chultkow Mr. and Mr. Joseph Cipriano Ms. Martha S. Cisney Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clancy Mrs. Elizabeth Clancy Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Clapp Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark Mr. David Clark IV Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clark Mr. Chad Alan Clark Ms. Wilma J. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Allen Clark Mrs. Lorna S. Clark Ms. Robin Clark Dr. and Mrs. John P. Clarke Palmore Clarke Mrs. Lambuth M. Clarke Ms. Susan G. Clarke Dr. Forrest P. Clay, Jr. Mrs. Margaret S. Clay Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Clay Mr. Thomas Clayton Ms. Sheriden E. Clem Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Clement Mr. and Mrs. David Clement Ms. Marsha Clemons Ms. B. Sheila Clendenning Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cobb Mr. and Mrs. Howard P. Cobb Ms. Veronica M. Cochran Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Cochrane Mr. Peter D. Coe Mrs. Jane Malecki Coe 35 36 MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Mrs. Vernon L. Cofer, Jr. Mrs. Elizabeth W. Coffey Miss Holly Coggin Mrs. Arleen Cohen Mrs. Irvin H. Cohen Ms. Cynthia Cohen Ms. Merideth Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Cole, Jr. Dr. Michael Cole & Ms. Lynn Earle Ms. Betty C. Cole Mr. and Mrs. David L. 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Feathers Ms. Michelle Fehr Mr. and Mrs. John Feigenbaum Mrs. Lynn Feigenbaum Dr. Nuria M. Cuevas Feit Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feldman Ms. Anita C. Fellman Mr. Robert Bruce Felty Mrs. Ann J. Fentress Ms. Kathy Ferebee & Ms. Anna Bowerman Ms. Mary D. Ferguson Ms. Deborah M. Ferguson Mrs. Alice Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fernan Ms. Twyla Ferreira Mr. and Mrs. John W. Field, Jr. Mrs. Eugene F. Field Mr. Todd A. Fifield & Ms. Jamie Walker Mrs. Emily Harkins Filer Ms. Lin S. Fillhart & Mr. W. H. Jamerson Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fincke Mrs. Renee Fine Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Fink Dr. and Mrs. Fredric N. Fink Ms. Dana Fink Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Fink 37 38 MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Mr. and Mrs. Denis Finley Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Macy Finn Mark T. and Sandra B. Finn Ms. Madeline A. Finney Ms. Diana Finney Ms. Ernestine M. Firestone Dr. Nancy Fishback Mrs. Janet Mitchell Fishel Ms. Margaret E. Fisher Mr. Bobbie Fisher Ms. Kathryn A. Fisher Mrs. Bryce B. Fisher Ms. Sigrid Fishpaw Dr. and Mrs. Claiborne W. 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Jackson Mr. and Mrs. David H. Jackson Mrs. Jacqueline Jackson & Mr. Rick Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Evan G. Jackson Mrs. Anne Cary Jacob Mr. Edwin S. Jacob Ms. Joanne L. Jacobs Ms. Lori Jacobs Mr. Alan Jacobson & Ms. Rachel Silver Dr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Jacobson Ms. Frances M. Jacobson Mr. Scott Jacoby Ms. Deborah Jacox-Lennon Mr. David Jacques Mr. Louis I. Jaffe & Ms. Katharine L. Whitman Mr. and Mrs. Gerald C. Jaffe Mr. and Mrs. Ante Jakovljevic Ms. Adriane James Mrs. Nancy W. James Mr. H. Victor James Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Janis Mr. Robert Lee Jarrell Ms. Renee S. Jarvis Dr. and Mrs. B. Daniel Jason Dr. Stanley L. Jason Mr. and Mrs. James Jeffrey Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. William C. Jenkins, Jr. Ms. Ginger Jenkot Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jennings Mr. James L. Jennings Ms. DeeEllen Jennings Mr. Julian Jennings Ms. Andrea Jentzen Dr. and Mrs. Paul T. Jersild Rear Admiral and Mrs. George E. Jessen Barbara and Stephen Johnsen Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Johnson Ms. Doris E. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. James Howard Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Johnson Ms. Mary Lou Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Philip Johnson Ms. Robin Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Clinton A. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Johnson Mr. Howard Johnson & Dr. Carolyn H. Johnson Mr. Keith Johnson Mr. and Mrs. William S. Johnson Ms. Diane P. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Johnson Mrs. Ann Kinken Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson Ms. Joyce Earlene Johnson Mr. James Ernest Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Johnston Commander Harold B. Johnston, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Johson Mr. and Mrs. William J. Jonak, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Guy T. Jones Ms. Anne S. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Jean Jones Ms. Susan H. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Ellis M. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Glenn C. Jones MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Mr. and Mrs. L. Lindsey Jones Mr. & Mrs. Jerald B. Jones Ms. Helen A. Jones & Mr. Alfred B. Rollins, Jr. Mrs. Shirley Jones Mr. and Mrs. William L. Jones Mrs. Patricia G. Jones Ms. Stella Jones Mr. Stephen M. Jones Ms. Trudy Jones Mr. Harvey E. Jones Dr. Howard W. Jones, Jr. Ms. Arlene Vanessa Jones Ms. Barbara Jones Ms. Ruth Jones Ms. Doris G. Jordan Heather and Jamil Jordan Khan Mr. Robert W. Jorgenson Mr. Jay L. Joslin Mr. and Mrs. Parke D. Joyner Mrs. T. W. Joynes, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Preston L. Judson Ms. Rosemary Julian Mrs. Dorothy J. Julian Mr. and Mrs. Harold Juren Mrs. James E. Justice Ms. Janet Justis Mr. and Mrs. William O. Kafes Dr. and Mrs. David L. Kaiser Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kallman Ms. Patricia Kane Ms. Ettalea E. Kanter Mr. and Mrs. J. Jerry Kantor Mr. and Mrs. Barry Kantor Mrs. Lydia B. Kapetanakis Dr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Kaplan Mrs. Annette F. Kaplan Mr. Edward W. Karn Dr. and Mrs. Edward Karotkin Mrs. Florence B. Karp Ms. Martha C. Karp Ms. Jeannie Kartis Ms. Catherine T. Kastenbaum Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Katherman Ms. Katherine Katsias Mr. and Mrs. David R. Katz Mrs. Judith F. Katz Rear Admiral and Mrs. John T. Kavanaugh Mr. and Mrs. Francis D. Kay Ms. MaryAnn Kearley Mr. and Mrs. R. Kevin Kearney Mr. Edward L. Keegan III Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Keegan Mr. and Mrs. William R. Keen Mr. and Mrs. David Keenan Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Keesling Mr. Christopher Keir Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Kellam, Jr. Ms. Sarah Fairfax Kellam Mrs. Caramine Kellam Mrs. Charles W. Kelly Mrs. Therese D. Kelly Dr. and Mrs. Gerdi D. Kelsey Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kemp Mr. and Mrs. William M. Kennedy Mr. Robert C. Kennedy Mr. Jack Kennedy & Mrs. Betsy Rivers-Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. William S. Kennett, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Kenny Ms. Kristin Kent The Betancourt family of Chesapeake enjoyed touring the Art of Glass 2 exhibitions after this year's Mother's Day Brunch. Photo by Jake Gillespie for the Chrysler Museum of Art Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Keller Ms. Klaire Keller Miss Gail Kelley Ms. Kirkland M. Kelley Mrs. Frances W. Kelley Mr. Charles B. Kello III Mary-Karen Kellum and Heather Kellum Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Kelly Captain and Mrs. Ronald T. Kelly Mrs. Robert Keogh Mr. R. Lee Kernell Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Kerner Dr. Julie Ann Kerry Dr. and Mrs. Howard L. Kesser Mr. Michael J. Khandelwal Ms. Rosalie B. Kiah Captain and Mrs. Elmer H. Kiehl Ms. Bonnie J. Kiermaier Mr. Frederick G. Kiesel Ms. Margaret F. Kiff Ms. Kathryn F. Kiff Mr. and Mrs. Ingolf N. Kiland, Jr. Ms. Marion O. Kiligas Ms. Lane Killam & Mr. Alan E. Gollihue Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kincaid Mr. and Mrs. James G. Kincaid Mrs. Beverley King Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. King, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William W. King Mr. and Mrs. Christopher King Dr. and Mrs. Ronald L. King Dr. Patricia King Ms. Beverly Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Kirby Ms. Patricia A. Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Marcellus C. Kirchner Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kirchner Mr. Doug Kirk & Ms. Cheryl Pleasant Ms. Karen A. Kise The Kiser Family Ms. Charlotte Klamer Dr. Ronald B. and Ms. Mary-Jean Kledzik Ms. Barbara C. Kledzik Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Kline Mr. Allen Kline Mrs. Candice K. Kling Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Klingensmith Mrs. Nancy E. Kloc Mrs. Barbara H. Knight Ms. Geraldine R. Knight Dr. Jeanne Knorr Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knowles Mr. Richard D. Knox, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Koach Mr. and Mrs. James V. Koch Mr. and Mrs. Virgil P. Kocher Dr. and Mrs. George W. Koehl Mrs. Dorothy B. Koenig Mr. and Mrs. H. Grady Kolb, Jr. Ms. Jennifer A. Kolin Mr. and Mrs. David R. Koltun Mr. Walter A. Konefal Mr. and Mrs. John F. Koob Mrs. Jacquelyn P. Koon Mrs. Janet G. Kosidlak Dr. and Mrs. John E. Kostinas Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. Kovalcik 41 42 MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Mrs. Jean Krail Captain and Mrs. Gilbert L. Kraine Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Kramer Miss Carol E. Kraus & Mrs. Irene K. Hodson Dr. and Mrs. Gary L. Krebs Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Kreger Dr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Kreider Ms. Sarah E. Kreps & Mr. Norbert Newfield Mr. Lawrence Kreshin Mrs. Janet Kriner Mr. Shawn Krisch Mr. Darrell T. Kristo & Mr. Arne P. Kristo Dr. and Mrs. Jamie Krochmal Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Krop Mr. and Mrs. David B. Kruger Mrs. Howard I. Kruger Mr. and Mrs. Rick Krupnik Mrs. Beverly A. Kuehne Robert C. Kuhlo and Mary N. Kuhlo Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kuhr Mr. Bob Kunzinger Ms. Kristin Kupetz Mr. David C. Kushner & Ms. Margaret A. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kutcher Mr. Robert La Pointe Mr. and Mrs. James E. La Rose Ms. Barbara LaBelle Ms. Holly LaBelle Ms. Elizabeth M. Lacouture Ms. Ruby W. LaDell Mr. Howard Laderberg Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Lahr Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Laibstain Mr. and Mrs. B. Leonard Laibstain Mr. and Mrs. Harry Laibstain Mr. and Mrs. Harry Laibstain Mrs. Gerald E. Lake Mr. James Lamb Mrs. Charles S. Lambdin Mr. and Mrs. C. Oral Lambert, Jr. Drs. Stanley L. and Jean G. Lamkin Mr. Tom Lammert Mr. and Mrs. Lee LaMonica Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Land Mr. and Mrs. Drew Landman Ms. Laura L. Landman Mrs. Rosalyn D. Landres Mr. and Mrs. Charles Landrum Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lane Miss Bonnie Lane Mrs. Anna Merle Lang Mr. and Mrs. Christian A. Lange Mrs. William T. Langhorne Mr. Leslie P. Langley Mrs. Theresia N. Langrind Ms. Lyla S. Laning Dr. and Mrs. David E. Lannik Mr. and Mrs. Edward Larkin Ms. Audrey Lassiter Ms. JoAnne Latham Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Latimer Mr. and Mrs. William Laurent Ms. Betty K. Lavender Mrs. Ann Lawler Ms. Susan Lawler Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Lawrence Mr. Larry R. Lawrence Dr. Barbara B. Laws & Mr. Garrett C. Laws Ms. Carolyn S. Laws Mrs. Roxie S. Lay Ms. Alice Barrett Layne Dr. and Mrs. Jay Lazier Mrs. LaVerna J. Leach Mr. and Mrs. Amory LeCuyer Ms. Karen M. Ledsky Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Rees Lee Dr. and Mrs. Christoph W. Leemann Ms. Lorraine M. Lees & Mr. William S. Rodner Ms. Jane B. Lego Mr. and Mrs. Bertrum N. Legum Mr. and Mrs. Edward Legum Mrs. Charles Legum Dr. Willette and Mrs. Mary Louis LeHew Mr. and Mrs. George Lehmberg Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan I. Leib Mrs. Roberta T. Leibowitz Mr. and Mrs. Tyler H. Leinbach Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Leitch Mr. John David Leitch III Mr. and Ms. Joe Leitman Ms. Nancy U. Lekberg Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lemieux Ms. Kathleen A. LeMons Mr. and Mrs. Miles B. Leon Ms. Yvonne Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Leonard, Jr. Ms. Caroline Leonard Ms. Laurie Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lepley Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Lesner Mr. Alvin Lester Mr. and Mrs. Robert Levendakes Ms. Nancy L. Levin Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert E. Levin Ms. Eda Levine Mrs. Seymour B. Levinson Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Levy Dr. and Mrs. Mayer G. Levy Mrs. Imogene P. Lewallen & Ms. Robyn King Dr. and Mrs. Donald Lewis Mr. James Lewis Captain and Mrs. Michael T. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Mark V. Lewis Mrs. Daniel C. Lewis Mrs. Stephanie Lewis Dr. and Mrs. Roger W. Lidman Mr. and Mrs. Anton Lidums Ms. Claire L. Liebert Mr. and Mrs. Jim Liedman Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Liggio Mr. and Mrs. John Paul Lindberg Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lindemann Mr. and Mrs. W. Irvin Lindley Mr. and Mrs. David Lindsey Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Lindsey Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Linehan Mrs. Lois H. Linsly Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Lipkin Ms. Susan Lippman Dr. Elizabeth Lipsmeyer Mr. Mark Lipton Mr. and Mrs. William W. Litchfield Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Little Mr. and Mrs. Lyle E. Littlewood Ms. Sylvia Liu Mr. Walter Livant Ms. Ellen Livas Mr. Henry L. Livas, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Liverman Mr. Frederick W. Livermon, Jr. Mr. T. Preston Lloyd Mrs. Lynne C. Lochen Mr. Robert G. Lockery & Mrs. Becky Lockery Dr. Terri G. Lockhart Ms. Peg E. Lockwood Charles and Catherine Lockyear Ms. Susan Loesberg & Mr. Charles Wermers Mr. and Mrs. Edgar R. Loessin Ms. Toni Lohman Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lombart Mrs. Karen B. Cutler Lombart Mrs. Bette N. Lombart & Mr. Adolph Lombart Mr. and Mrs. Milton R. Long Dr. and Mrs. Desmond J. Longford Mr. and Mrs. William H. Longworth Mr. and Mrs. David E. Loomis Mr. and Mrs. John Loomis Ms. Donna Looney Ms. Erin R. Lopater Mr. E. Robert Lord Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lougee Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Love Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Lovejoy Dr. and Mrs. Charles F. Lovell, Jr. Ms. Maria D. Lovisi Mr. and Mrs. Saul H. Lowe Mr. and Mrs. Needam H. Lowery Mr. and Mrs. Todd Lucas Ms. Burden S. Lundgren & Mr. Robert H. Burger Ms. Cheryl Lungren Ms. Penelope Lusk Ms. Cary J. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. William A. Lynn III Mrs. Beth Lyon-Suhring and Mr. Steven Suhring Mr. and Mrs. Frank MacConochie Mr. Arthur A. MacConochie Ms. Lynn MacDonald Mr. Kenneth MacDonald Mr. Robert F. MacGregor, Jr. Ms. Margareta MacGregor Mr. and Mrs. C. Philip Machen, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace P. Mack IV Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Mackey Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mackey Mrs. Edgar H. MacKinlay Mr. and Mrs. William W. MacLaughlin Ms. Mary Ellen MacLean MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Ms. Linnea Maclean Ms. Katherine O. MacMillan Mr. and Mrs. Clay L. Macon Mr. Lamont Maddox Mr. and Mrs. Per A. Madsen Ms. Alice S. Magee Captain and Mrs. Jack E. Magee Ms. Margret Magnussen Mr. and Mrs. Davis Main Ms. Dora R. Majer Mrs. Sara B. Mallory Ms. Patricia Malloy Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Maloney Ms. Ellen Manassee Ms. Eugenia M. Mandelkorn Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Mandrick Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Mangum, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Roderick D. Mann Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Manning Mr. Richard C. Mapp III Ms. Dorothy C. Marable Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Marconyak Mrs. Molly Hutton Marder Mr. and Mrs. Burke W. Margulies Mr. William Mark Annette and Walter Markham Ms. Amanda V. Marshall Ms. Leah Marshall Ms. Robbie Marshall Mr. Robert L. Marshall Ms. Kathleen Marshall Mrs. Mary Lou Martin Mr. and Mrs. Lee Martin Dr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Martin III Dr. Stewart W. Martin Ms. Margaret J. Martin & Ms. Barbara J. Roland Ms. Patricia Martin & Mr. John Martin, Jr. Ms. Alice H. Martin Ms. Pamela Martin Mrs. James G. Martin IV Ms. Winifred B. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Martinez Mr. Thomas A. Martinez Mr. John P. Marty Mrs. Jessica L. Martyn Ms. Caroline Masden Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mason Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mason Ms. Rande Mason Mrs. Mary R. Mason Ms. Ashley Mason Ms. Sara C. Mason The Honorable & Mrs. Joseph P. Massey Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Master, Jr. Mr. John S. Mastrangelo Ms. Wendy Mastro Mrs. Elizabeth J. Mathers Ms. Nellie Mathews Dr. Linda Gibson Matthews Ms. B. JoAnna Matthews Mrs. Patricia T. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. James Maus Ms. Lara Mawyer Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Thomas May Mr. John May & Ms. Judy Whitehead Ms. Karen L. Mayne & Mr. Mark E. Hayes Ms. Christy Mayo Ms. Nancy Luella McAdoo Mrs. Robert E. McAlpine Mr. and Mrs. Gerry M. McAninch Mr. and Mrs. William B. McAree II Mr. and Mrs. Rich McBride Mrs. Mary Paula McBride Dr. and Mrs. Mark McCarthy Mr. and Ms. Andrew T. McCarthy III Ms. Andria McClellan & Mr. Michael R. McClellan Ms. Nancy McClure Nathaniel and Thaler McCormick Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. McCoy, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Stephen H. McCoy Mrs. Beth McCoy Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. McCoy Mrs. Victoria McCoy Ms. Claire J. McCrary Mr. and Mrs. Andy McCullough Mr. and Mrs. Michael McCullough Mr. Pat McCunn Dr. and Mrs. James L. McDaniel Mr. and Mrs. S. Randall McDaniel Dr. and Mrs. David McDaniel Ms. Anne Grimshaw McDonald Mrs. Kathy McDonald Mrs. and Katharine L. McDonald Mr. Mark McElhaney & Mr. Alan Boring Mrs. Mary W. McElhannon Mr. Thomas McElvy Mr. and Mrs. F. Daniel McElwee Mr. and Mrs. Barclay McFadden IV Ms. Sue R. McFarland Mrs. Margaret P. McGeorge Mr. and Mrs. Tim McGlone Mr. John T. McGrann Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. McGrath Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. McGraw Ms. Anne McIntosh Dr. and Mrs. Ronald McKechnie Mr. and Mrs. William D. McKeever Mr. Jay G. McKie Ms. Elizabeth McKinlay Ms. Karen L. McKinley Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKinney Mr. and Mrs. Christopher K. McKinnon Mrs. Binnie G. McLaughlin Mrs. Faye E. McLeskey Ms. Barbara S. McMillan Ms. Marcia McMillin The Honorable & Mrs. Dennis F. McMurran Mr. Richard E. McMurran, Jr. Mr. James J. McNally Mr. Brian F. McNamara Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McNeilan Mr. and Mrs. Cy McNinch Mrs. Mary Lou McPhaul Mrs. Terence J. McPhillips Mr. David McRae Ms. Margaret S. McRoberts Ms. Sunshine McWhinney Drs. Stephanie Meader-Kondoff and Ronald Kondoff Mr. Paul D. Meadors & Mr. Michael R. Craddock Mrs. Jeanney T. Meagher Mrs. Carolyn D. Meakin Ms. Ann T. Mears & Mr. Cliff Gimbert Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Medlin Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Megna Ms. Regula A. Meier Mr. and Mrs. Lyle D. Meier Rear Admiral and Mrs. Thomas A. Meinicke Mr. W. Howard Meissel Mr. and Mrs. James R. Melchor Mrs. Patricia Melchor Captain and Mrs. Christopher A. Melhuish 43 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Meltsner Mr. and Mrs. Judd B. Mendelson Dr. and Mrs. Moss H. Mendelson Mr. Arthur J. Menoche & Mr. Phillip A. Copley Ms. Joyce Frank Menschel Mrs. Carole Meola Mr. and Mrs. Hugh S. Meredith Dr. Elizabeth H. Meredith Mr. Carl G. Meredith Mrs. Janice Meredith Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Meredith Dr. Gregory Merkel Mr. Manning C. Merritt Mrs. Susan Walker Meslang Mr. and Mrs. David Messersmith Mr. and Mrs. William A. Messner Ms. Amy S. Metzger Ms. Rexanne D. Metzger Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyerson Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Meyerson Mrs. Marianne M. Michaels Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Michel Ms. Betty M. Michelson Mr. and Mrs. David Middlebrook Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Migliozzi Dr. and Mrs. Allen R. Mikulencak Peter and Teri Mikulka Mr. and Mrs. William H. Miles Mr. and Mrs. Mark N. Milinski Mr. Edward Millan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Miller Dr. and Mrs. Julius S. Miller Dr. and Mrs. Jacob W. Miller, Jr. Ms. Deborah L. Miller & Captain Gary Chiaverotti Dr. Jonathan W. Miller & Ms. Barbara Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Miller Dr. and Mrs. Donald H. Miller Mr. and Mrs. William Miller Mr. and Mrs. William T. Miller Mrs. Earlye Lee Miller Ms. Nancy M. Miller Mrs. Elaine Mills Mr. C. R. Mills, Jr. Mr. Steven Milne Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Miner, Jr. 44 MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Ms. Nancy C. Minguez Mr. Michael Minix Mr. Scott Minner Ms. Charlotte Minor Mrs. Beatrice Minskoff Ms. Barbara Minto Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Miro Mr. and Mrs. Patrick B. Miskill Miss Judith P. Miskimmin Mr. and Mrs. Wiley F. Mitchell, Jr. Ms. Thetis W. Mitchell Mr. Jay S. Mitchell & Mr. John T. Maroulis Mr. and Mrs. John E. Mitchell Mrs. Adele Mitchell Ms. Anita N. Mitchell Mrs. Muriel G. Mizroch Ms. Mary E. Moberg Ms. Diane M. Mocion Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Modlin Mrs. Ann Major Moffett Dr. Brian Mogosky Mrs. H. Sheldon Molofsky Mr. and Mrs. W. Reynolds Monach Captain and Mrs. David J. Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moon Dr. Agnes H. Moon Ms. Eleanor Moore Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moore Mrs. Robin L. and Mr. David L. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Patrick D. Moore Mr. William R. Moore, Jr. Ms. Katherine M. Moore Mrs. Louise F. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Will Moore, Jr. Mrs. Janet W. Moore & Mr. George E. Moore III Ms. Mary D. Moore Mr. Terrence M. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Mora Ms. Grace E. Moran & Mr. Kurt C. Merkling Ms. Beverly Moran Mr. and Mrs. William Moran Mrs. Marilyn L. Moranha Ms. Margaret S. Mordecai Ms. Stephanie Moreland Dr. Leopold S. Moreno Mrs. Mary Jane Morewitz Mr. R. Scott Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Paul Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morgan Mr. Charles R. Morgan Ms. Betty L. Moritz Ms. Anita Morris Dr. and Mrs. John C. Morris Mr. Joseph Morris & Ms. Dianne M. Johnson Mrs. Robert L. Morris Mrs. S. C. Morrisette, Jr. Mrs. Thelma D. Morrison & Mr. Mark von Zech Dr. Gary R. Morrison & Dr. Linda J. Ritter Ms. Donna D. Morrison Dr. and Mrs. W. Philip Morrissette III Mr. Norman A. Morse Mrs. Harry L. Morton, Jr. Ms. Susan Elise Morton Ms. Bernice D. Moses Dr. and Mrs. Gary B. Moss Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Moss Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Moss Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Motley Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Mountjoy Ms. Nancy Moy Mr. and Mrs. Edward Muggli Mr. and Mrs. Allen F. Muglia Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Muhlendorf Mrs. Rebecca Muirhead Mrs. Donna M. Mullenix Mr. Neil D. Mulligan & Mr. Barry Bloodworth Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Mullin Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mullin Ms. Leslie Munden Ms. Sarah B. Munford and Ms. Laurel J. Quarberg Mr. and Mrs. Henry Munnikhuysen Mrs. Lisa Murdock Dr. and Mrs. Jaime Murillo Mr. Bob Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Murphy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Murphy Ms. Barbara Z. Murphy Ms. Deborah J. Murphy Ms. Lynn Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Murray Mr. and Mrs. James Murray Ms. Catharine L. Murray Mrs. Ewa Muscari Ambassador Bismarck Myrick Mr. and Mrs. Bert A. Nachman Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Nachman Ms. Renee Nahan & Mr. Mark Moses Ms. Nancy Nale & Mr. Brian Kuebler Mr. and Mrs. Rod Nantz Mrs. Ridgely D. Nash Ms. Joan L. Natali Ms. Vicki Naughton Mrs. James O. Naugle Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Neal, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. B. Voss Neal Dr. and Mrs. M. Mercer Neale III Mr. and Mrs. James Neas Mrs. Lloyd E. Neff Mr. and Mrs. Chris Neikirk Ms. Donna J. Nelsen Mr. Andrew H. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Eric Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Nelson Ms. Lauren Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Keith Nesbit Mr. and Mrs. John D. Ness Mrs. Claire Nesson Mrs. Sandra Nesson Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Neumann Mrs. Joyce C. Newbegin Mrs. Joseph R. Newell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Newhard, Jr. Mrs. Arthur W. Newlon, Jr. Mrs. Thomas Newsom Mrs. Sally W. Newton Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Nichols Mr. and Mrs. Frederic A. Nicholson Ms. Margaret M. Nicolls Mr. and Mrs. John Nicosia Dr. J. Gail Nicula Mr. and Mrs. Steve Niece Mrs. Elizabeth W. Nimitz Mr. Patrick T. Nix Mrs. Joan Nolan Mr. L. Christopher Noland Captain and Mrs. Charles F. Noll Mr. Laurence Nolte Mr. and Mrs. John F. Norcross The Honorable and Mrs. Ralph Northam Drs. James H. and Carol White Nottingham Mrs. Neil November Dr. and Mrs. William L. Nufer Mrs. Betsy J. Nugent Ms. Mildred L. Null Mr. and Mrs. Pete Nunez Mr. and Mrs. Bertram S. Nusbaum, Jr. Ms. Marlene Nusbaum Mr. and Mrs. William L. Nusbaum Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Nusbaum Mr. Robert C. Nusbaum & Mrs. Linda Laibstain Dr. and Mrs. Donald Nuss Mr. Eric Nyman & Ms. Margaret Labus Mr. Brett W. Oakley Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Oast, Jr. Mrs. Townsend Oast Mr. Richard W. Oberdorfer Mr. and Mrs. William P. Oberndorfer Dr. and Mrs. James P. O’Brien Mrs. Edna H. O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Edward O’Callaghan Mr. and Mrs. Stewart L. Ocheltree Ms. Patricia A. O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. David A. O’Connor Mrs. Betty A. O’Dea Ms. Sandy Odegaard Ms. Lisa Marie Odom Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oelkers Dr. and Mrs. William L. Oelrich Mr. John C. O’Grady Ms. Virginia S. O’Herron Mr. and Mrs. Marty Ohme Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ohnemus Mr. George Okaty Dr. Virginia O’Keefe Dr. and Mrs. W. Levi Old, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William W Old III Mrs. Melba Old Captain and Mrs. Edward C. Oldfield, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. James F. O’Leary Mr. and Mrs. James B. Oliver, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Oliver Mr. Robert Oliver Mrs. Janet Olivieri & Ms. Kristyne Vollkommer Mrs. Barbara Hood Olsen Mr. and Mrs. Eric W. Olson Mrs. Helen S. O’Neal Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. O’Neal Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O’Neill Mrs. Phyllis O’Quinn MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ormond Dr. L. Anderson Orr Ms. Alysia Orrel Mr. David S. Osborne Ms. Eva Osborne Mrs. Thelma F. Oser Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Osgood Mr. Frederick W. Osgood Mrs. Bruna Ossi Mr. Ethan Ostroff Ms. Amanda Ostwald Mr. A. L. O’Toole & Dr. Carolyn J. Huntley O’Toole Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Outland III Mr. Lawrence Outten Mrs. Martha M. Ouzts Mrs. Anne T. Overman Mr. and Mrs. Warren D. Overman Mr. and Mrs. James N. Owens Dr. and Mrs. Michael R. Owens Ms. Anne Owens Ms. Barbara Lynn Owens Mr. and Mrs. Bert Owens Mrs. Polly M. Owens Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Padden Ms. Kaitlin Padden Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Page Mr. Philip Ashton Page Mr. T. Pagley Mr. David H. Paige & Ms. Jane Nohava Mr. Joseph J. Pajuf Mr. and Mrs. Haig H. Pakradooni III Mrs. Joya M. Palacio Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmieri Mrs. Rebecca Paluzsay Ms. Jennie Lou Pangle Ms. Fan G. Panton Ms. Mina Paolucci Ms. Pamela Papara Mrs. Robert Papetti Ms. Elizabeth G. Pappas Mrs. James Pardy Mrs. Marion C. Parham Mrs. Mary Margaret Pariser Mrs. Ralph H. Park Mr. and Mrs. William H. Parker III Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Parker Mr. and Mrs. John A. Parker, Jr. Each February and July, For Art's Sake sponsors Warm It! and Cool It! The after-work events feature live music, gallery chats, and libations for young professionals. Photo courtesy of For Art's Sake Mrs. Leslie Parker Mr. Lloyd J. Parker, Jr. Ms. Patricia A. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Parkman Ms. Lori Parks & Ms. Charlene Parks Ms. V. Andrea Parodi Mrs. Ann Harrison Parr Mrs. George R. Parrish Mr. Ronald Parrish Mr. and Mrs. Timothy B. Parsons Ms. Nancy G. Parsons Mr. Marc Paster Mr. and Mrs. Chester H. Pate Mr. Allen Patrick Mr. and Mrs. Bower R. Patrick III Mr. John Patton & Ms. Dianne D. Epplein Mrs. Linda Patton Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Patty, Jr. Ms. Liz Paul & Mr. Russ Oster Mr. and Mrs. Eric Pauli Mr. Dal Paull Mr. and Mrs. John M. Payne Mr. and Martin Payne Mrs. Jean S. Peacock Ms. Pris M. Peake Dr. Ira Pearlman Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Pearman Mrs. Faye H. Pearman Mr. and Mrs. John Y. Pearson, Jr. Ms. Rhona E. Peck Mrs. David F. Peckens Mrs. Fran Pedersen Ms. Susie G. M. Pedigo Ms. Nancy Cobb Peele Dr. Barbara Peery Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Pegram, Jr. Ms. Marykay Mulligan and Mr. Orest Pelech Dr. Robert D. Pellerin Mrs. Susan W. Pender Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Pendergast Mrs. Jane Pendleton Mr. and Mrs. T. Brian Pennell Mrs. Dale Pennell Mr. and Mrs. Taylor P. Pennington Dawn and Jeff Penny Ms. Johanna N. Perakes Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Perangelo Mr. and Mrs. David Perin 45 Ms. Olymphia Perkins Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Perreault Mrs. Jeanne G. Perrenoud Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Perry Mrs. Wanda J. Perry Ms. Bettie Perry Ms. Jeanene M. Perry Ms. Amy Persons Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Peter Mr. and Mrs. M. Powell Peters Ms. Kathleen L. Peterson Lt. Commander Doris A. Peterson Ms. Janice L. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. John Petrow Ms. Ann H. Pettingill Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Pettway Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Pfeifer Mr. Russell Pfister & Ms. Marcia Barrick Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Pfrang Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Philbin Mr. and Mrs. George G. Phillips, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. G. Conoly Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson B. Phillips Dr. Raleigh C. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Phillips, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Phillips Ms. Teresa C. Phillips & Ms. Joyce Ann Davis Mrs. Kathleen F. Phillips Mrs. Caroline P. Phillips Mrs. Lois L. Pickering Mr. Victor A. Pickett & Ms. Elizabeth Leeor Dr. and Mrs. Jerry C. Pickrel Danita Pierce Ms. Gloria E. Pierre Mrs. Irmalee H. Pierson Ms. Catarina I. R. Pietri Mr. Kiley Pike Mrs. Patricia W. Pilson Ms. Melissa V. Pinard Mr. and Mrs. Marion G. Pine, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pinkham Dr. and Mrs. William O. Pischnotte Mr. William L. Pitt Mrs. Janet Griffin Pittman Mrs. Elise A. Pitts Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Plaine, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Plum Captain and Mrs. Walter D. Poellnitz III 46 MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Mr. and Mrs. Bernard U. Pohlmann Mrs. W. Clarke Pole Mrs. Arthur G. Polizos The Honorable and Mrs. Oliver Pollard Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Pollard, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Norman H. Pollock Mrs. Carol Pomeroy Mrs. Pamela Ponce Mr. and Mrs. Gyula J. Pongracz Ms. Gertrude S. Pontes Mr. and Mrs. Jackson H. Pope Mrs. Anita S. Pope Miss Megan Poppe Mr. and Mrs. E.V. Power Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Powers III Mr. Stephen Powers Mr. and Mrs. Fred Praissman Mr. and Mrs. J. David Pratt Mr. Michael A. Preble & Ms. V. Anne Guthrie Mrs. Margaret Prescott Mr. and Mrs. Jospeh Preston Mrs. Barbara L. Preston Mr. and Mrs. A. Burt Prestridge Ms. Helen V. Preti Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Price Mr. and Mrs. G. Michael Price Museum Members enjoy Lino Tagliapietraâ€™s artistry in the gallery of goblets on display at the entrance to his retrospective exhibition during the Art of Glass 2 Opening. Photo by Jake Gillespie for the Chrysler Museum of Art Mrs. Elinore Porter Mr. Bryan Porter Mr. Samuel J. Potts Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Poulin Mr. and Mrs. Marc F. Poutasse Dr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Poutasse Mr. and Mrs. Myron Powell Ms. Eleanor A. Powell Mr. Edward F. Power Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Prichard Ms. F. Loretta Pridgen N. Powell Prillaman Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Primm Ms. Bonnie A. Primm Mr. and Mrs. William A. Prince Mrs. Anne H. Prince Mr. W. Maurice Pritchard Mr. and Mrs. David Pritchett Mr. and Mrs. H. Vaughan Privett Ms. Alexandra Proaps Mr. Michael J. Prodan Mrs. Margaret T. Proffitt Ms. Jennifer R. Prosser Ms. Susan Protich Mr. Rudolph B. Pruden Mr. Peter D. Pruden III Mrs. Pamela T. Pruden Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Puckett Mr. and Mrs. Jean-Marc Puel Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Purcell Mr. William B. Purdy Mr. David L. Puryear Ms. Nan Puryear Lt. Commander and Mrs. Joseph P. Quartararo Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Quesenberry Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Quicke Mr. Ronald Quigley Mr. and Mrs. William E. Rachels, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rachels Ms. Betsi Radd Mrs. Penelope S. Radd Ms. Ingrid M. Rader Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Radler Mr. and Mrs. Adam S. Rafal Drs. James and Kathleen Rahman Mrs. Juanita L. Raisor Mrs. Anne Ramano Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Ramsaur Mr. Jim Ramsey Mrs. Cathy-Jo Ramsey Dr. and Mrs. William K. Rand Mr. R. Alex Raney III Ms. Marilyn D. Ranhorn Mr. and Mrs. Kishore Rao Ms. Audrey G. Rapaport Mr. James C. Raper & Ms. Deborah A. Marquardt Ms. J. Hirshman Rash Suzette and Alan Rashkind Mrs. Marjorie Jean Rawls Dr. Dipes Ray Mrs. Sam W. Ray, Jr. Mr. Howard O. Ray Robert H. Rea and Maureen Rea Mr. and Mrs. John Read Dr. and Mrs. Mallory Read, Jr. Mrs. Margaret A. Reagan Robert Reardon and Nancy Bazin Mrs. Lucy F. Reasor Dr. Gregory Reck & Dr. Lelia Vann Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Rector Mrs. Rebecca P. Reddick Ms. Margaret W. Redfern Dr. and Mrs. Ramon N. Redford, Jr. Mrs. Evelyn C. Redwood Ms. Carol Reed Mrs. Elizabeth F. Reed Ms. Candace J. Reed Ms. Janice D. Reed-Martin Ms. Rita P. Reeves Ms. Ethelyn Register Commander and Mrs. John Rehme Ms. Sara Reich Mr. Ken Reichert & Ms. Claire Fornsel Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Reid Mrs. Barbara H. Reilley Ms. Lisa E. Reiman Ms. Peggy Kelley Reinburg Ms. Ila Reinstein Mr. Thomas Reitmeyer Mr. Jeffry Reynolds Ms. Carol Reynolds Mr. Morris Reynolds Ms. Judith Rheinstrom Mr. Eric G. Ribac Dr. and Mrs. Marcus Rice Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rice Mr. and Mrs. James B. Richards Mrs. Robert Richards Mrs. Bonette B. Richards Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Barrett R. Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Benn L. Richels Mr. Barry D. Richmond Ms. Kelly Ricketts Mr. George W. Ricks Mr. and Mrs. J. Bradley Ridout Dr. and Mrs. Julian W. Riehl Ms. Kathryn Riesbeck Dr. and Mrs. William K. Riley Dr. H. McDonald Rimple Mrs. Katherine B. Rinehart Ms. Beverly R. Ripley MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Mr. and Mrs. Ronald K. Ritter Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rivin Mr. and Mrs. James C. Roach Ms. Mikaela Roach Mrs. Jane F. Roane Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Roberts, Jr. Col. and Mrs. J. W. Peyton Robertson Ms. Shirley V. Robertson Mr. and Mrs. Gordon P. Robertson Ms. Bonnie Robertson Mr. Bruce S. Robertson Mrs. Frederick S. Robertson, Jr. Mr. Willard M. Robins Mr. and Mrs. Linwood G. Robinson, Jr. Mrs. Lois J. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Fran J. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Robison III Ms. Sandra M. Rockwell Ms. Ann L. Rodgers Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Roehm Mrs. Anna M. Roelofsen Mr. Edward Roenker, Jr. Mrs. Anne P. Roesch Ms. Alice E. Rogan-Nelson & Mr. Richard Nelson Dr. and Mrs. Henry M. Rogers, Jr. Mr. H. T. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Wayne P. Rogers Ms. Yvonne Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Perry R. Rogis Mr. and Mrs. Eric Rogner Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Rogoff Mrs. Kenneth C. Rohrabaugh Mrs. F. Patrick Roll Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Roller Mrs. Ray F. Rollins Mrs. Sophia Romano Ms. MaryAnn Romska Ms. Nancy Ronald & Mr. Ron Hartshorn Mr. and Mrs. George J. Roncaglia Dr. and Mrs. Albert L. Roper II Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Rose Dr. and Mrs. Meredith B. Rose Mr. and Mrs. Bradley C. Rose Mr. Stanley E. Rose & Mr. David A. Cochran Mr. and Mrs. Steve Rose Mr. and Mrs. David Roselius Mrs. Virginia E. Rosen Rose and Kurt Rosenbach Mrs. Joan Rosenbaum Mr. and Mrs. Monte Z. Rosenberg Mr. Stephen Rosenberg Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Rosenblum Mr. Chris Ross Mr. and Mrs. David Ross Mrs. William C. Ross Mrs. Kim Ross Mr. Dale Ross Mrs. Jeanne P. Ross Mr. Richard Rosser Mr. Ronald P. Rosso & Ms. Deborah Prince Ms. Mary Jo Rothgery Mr. and Mrs. Lennart A. Rothman Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rountree Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Rountree Ms. Dorothy Rouse-Bottom Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Roux Ms. Louise M. Rovner Ms. W. Ann Rowan Mrs. Luther G. Rowland III Mr. and Mrs. Alva R. Royston Mr. and Mrs. George Rublein Dr. Leonard Ruchelman Ms. Marie P. Rudolph Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ruehlmann Dr. and Mrs. Willcox Ruffin, Jr. Mrs. Lucy A. Ruffin Mrs. Richard Ruggles Drs. Charles Ruhl & Janet Bing Mr. Tom Rule Ms. Marilyn S. Runge Mr. Geoffrey B. Runyon Mrs. Cynthia F. Rupp Ms. Paula L. and Mr. Tom Russel Mr. and Mrs. C. Edward Russell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. D. Lindsay Russell Mrs. Claretta Russell Ms. Laurie A. Russell Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Russell Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Russell Mrs. Shirley Russell Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Rust Dr. Robert F. Ruth Mrs. Pat Rutherford Ms. Jean Rutherford Mr. Palmer S. Rutherford Mr. John M. Ryan Mrs. Meredith B. Sabol Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Sacks Commander and Mrs. Harold H. Sacks Mrs. Carole R. Sacks Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sailey Mr. and Mrs. Michael Salasky Mrs. Aviva Salasky Mr. and Mrs. William G. Sale, Jr. Commander & Mrs. John Salop Ms. Janet L. Salyers Mr. Carl R. Samples Mr. and Mrs. Stanley L. Samuels Ms. Ruth Sanchez Mr. and Mrs. Terry Sanderlin Mr. Dan L. Sandlin Lt. Col. Jesse Sandlin Dr. Carolyn Sands & Mr. Fred Moss Mr. and Mrs. Bradley R. Sanford Ms. Laura Sanlorenzo & Mr. Charles B. Oldfield IV Ms. Raymarie Sarsfield Mrs. Ben W. Sarver Mr. and Mrs. George E. Sauer III Mr. John W. Saunders III Mr. and Mrs. Burrell F. Saunders Mr. and Mrs. David B. Savage Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Saveika, Jr. Drs. Barbara A. and Alan H. Savitzky Ms. Theresa Sawyer Ms. Cathy Scarborough Mr. and Mrs. Frederick R. Scarlott Mr. Lyman Schaefer Ms. Theresa M. Schaeffer Captain and Mrs. Rodney F. Schall Mr. and Mrs. Armin Schallermeir Mrs. Jenny Scheel Commander Waldo W. Scheid & Ms. Betty D. Clark Mr. and Mrs. James Scheid Mrs. Stanley Scher Mrs. Virginia B. Scherberger Mr. and Mrs. Heinz O. P. Schiller Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Schlegel Ms. Joan C. Schlegelmilch Ms. Sydney Schlosser Mr. and Mrs. Curtis J. Schmidt Ms. Sally B. Schmidt Mr. Jerald Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Schoen Dr. and Mrs. Karl H. Schoenbach Mrs. Margaret G. Schoenweiss Mrs. Judith E. Scholer Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scholl Ms. Ann Scholten Mr. John Schonk Mr. John Edward Schools II Ms. Eleanor T. Schoonover & Mr. J. Roger Schoonover Ms. Susan M. Schrader Mrs. Kimberly Schroeder Ms. Carol A. Schroeder Ms. Katherine Schuhr & Mr. Timothy Lyke Dr. and Mrs. Gregory Schultz Ms. Lucy W. Schultz Mr. and Ms. Carl Schulz Mrs. June P. Schumacher Ms. Victoria Schwab Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Schwan Mrs. Sheila Jamison-Schwartz and Mr. Stuart Schwartz Mr. Manfred W. Schwarz & Dr. Anne Schwarz-Miller Mrs. Lisa Schwitzer & Dr. Alan Schwitzer Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Scoper Mrs. J. Reginald Scott Mr. Glenn Allen Scott & Rev. Anne C. Brower, M.D. Mr. Reginald N. Scott Ms. Frances S. Scott Mrs. Claudia Sturges Scott Mrs. Terri Scott Mr. Ronald B. Sears Mr. and Mrs. Tim Seaton Mrs. Lucille G. Sebren Dr. and Mrs. Richard J. Seeley Mr. Timothy Seibles Mrs. J.J. Seidler Ms. Beverly K. Sellers Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Sellers Mrs. Lynn Seltzer Mrs. Mary Ruth Senn Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Serafini Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sessoms Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Seward Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sexton 47 48 MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Mrs. Jean A. Shaddeau Ms. Ruth A. Shaffer Ms. Dorothy E. Shaffer Ms. Linda Shahan & Mr. Richard Dollar Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Shanks Mr. and Mrs. James Shannon Ms. Caroline S. Shapero Mrs. Marion Sharkey Mr. and Mrs. James Sharp Mrs. Jean S. Sharp Mr. Leo F. Sharpe, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Mark E. Shaves Mr. Peter M. Shaw Ms. Juanita Shaw Mr. Foy J. Shaw, Jr. Dr. William R. Shealy, Jr. Mr. Thomas L. Shean, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David Shelton Ms. Elizabeth B. Shelton Mr. and Mrs. Scott S. Shephard Ms. Lucy A. Sherrill Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Sherwin Ms. Angela S. Shiel Ms. Kay B. Shields Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shigekane Mr. Steven P. Shils Major Warren W. Shindle Miss Lydia Shipman Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shock Mr. Joshua E. Shockley III Carrie and Taylor Short Ms. Helen C. Shoup Mrs. Trudy B. Shulman Mr. and Mrs. James H. Shumadine Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sidway Mrs. Rosalind W. Siegel Mr. and Mrs. Brett Siegfried Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Sifford Mrs. Maureen Sigmund Mr. and Mrs. Robert Siik Mrs. Dory Silfen Captain and Mrs. David F. Silseth Mr. Andrew Silva Mr. David Simkins Mr. Michael J. Simmons Captain and Mrs. Douglas M. Simon Ms. Gloria Simon Ms. Margarita Simon Dr. William Simonson Ms. Carol Simpson Mrs. Mary B. Simpson Ms. Catherine C. Simpson Ms. Melissa Sinatra Mrs. Ellen O. Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sinclair Ms. Sandra Sinclair Ms. Jearl L. Sindle Richard A. Singletary, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W. Siteman Mr. and Mrs. Eric Sivertsen Mr. Marshall Skalar Ms. Joan C. Skeppstrom Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Skopik Mrs. Bob G. Slosser Mr. Jeremy Slosser Ms. Anne P. Slovic Ms. Mary Virginia Slovic Dr. and Mrs. Donald E. Sly Mr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Smith Dr. and Mrs. Claude A. Smith The Honorable Rebecca B. Smith & Mr. Gerald Zeno Mr. and Mrs. William A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Smith, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Glenn F. Smith Mr. Randall W. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Smith III Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Smith Mr. and Mrs. Melvin C. Smith Dr. and Mrs. R. Lawrence Smith Dr. Julia C. Smith & Mr. Donald Davis Ms. Daisy H. Smith Lt. Commander David Smith Mr. Lonnie E. Smith Mrs. Martha C. Smith Ms. Nancy L. Smith Ms. Pearl Smith Ms. Roma C. Smith Mr. Stephen S. Smith Mrs. Virginia V. Smith Commander and Mrs. Wayne A. Smith Ms. Emilie J. Smoke Mr. Donald R. Snipes Mr. David A. Snouffer Dr. Petra E. Snowden Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Snyder Mrs. Charles E. Snyder III Mr. and Mrs. Timothy C. Sobol Ms. Laura C. Solomon Ms. Debra Sommer Mr. Edward J. Sommers Ms. Shirley Sondej Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Sonenshine Mr. Alan M. Sonner Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sonnino Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Sorensen Mrs. Michele Sorenson Mr. and Mrs. George B. Sowers, Jr. Mr. Christopher J. Spada Mr. and Mrs. John D. Spangler Mr. Ira Spanierman Dr. and Mrs. Curtis V. Spear, Jr. Drs. Carlesta E. and Rawn Spearman Maurice Spector Mr. and Mrs. J. William Speegle Mr. and Mrs. Charles Speight Mrs. Bonnie W. Speight Mr. and Mrs. R. Thomas Spencer Mrs. Elizabeth McGeorge Spencer Ms. Julie Spencer Dr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Sperry Mr. William Spicuzza Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. Spigel Captain and Mrs. James J. Spillane Mrs. J. Tredway Spratley Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Spruill Mr. and Mrs. John R. St. George, Jr. Mr. Robert J. Stack & Ms. Janet Southard Mr. and Mrs. Horace E. Stacy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Stafford Ms. Terri Stafford Dr. Valerie Stallings Ms. Freda Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Stanton Mr. and Mrs. Robin L. Starck Ms. Barbara J. Starck Ms. N. Linda Stark Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Stark Mrs. Louis Stark Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Starkey Col. and Mrs. P. Lee Starkey Dr. Carroll Starling Mr. and Mrs. Scott Starsman Mr. and Mrs. Steven S. Stasulis Mr. and Mrs. Merlin V. Statzer Mr. and Mrs. Victor D. Stauch, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Staudter Mrs. Philip A. Stedfast Ms. Corinne Steele Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steen Mrs. Elizabeth C. Steere Mr. and Mrs. David Stefan Ms. Marcia Stefani Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Stein Ms. Sherrie Steiner Mrs. Charlotte K. Steingold Mr. Joseph R. Steingold Mr. Anthony P. Stella Dr. and Mrs. Roger Stenlund Mrs. Elaine E. Stephens Mrs. Sue W. Stephenson Mr. Kenneth G. Stepka & Mrs. Deborah A. Gill Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Stetson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Stevens Dr. and Mrs. Charles S. Stevens Captain and Mrs. William Stevens The Honorable Robert W. Stewart John and Martha Stewart Mrs. Anna M. Stewart Ms. Fran Stewart Ms. Sharon Stieffen Dr. Barron H. Stillman Ms. Mary Stine Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Stine, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stites Dr. and Mrs. David H. Stockwell Mrs. Ralph M. Stokes, Jr. Dr. and Ms. Parker Stokes Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Stokey Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stone Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stoneburner Mr. and Mrs. Norman V. Stones Captain and Mrs. William F. Story Mr. Alan Stoudnour Mr. and Mrs. John Stouffer Ms. Kathryn B. Stovall Mrs. Greta K. Stovall Mr. and Mrs. Randolph D. Stowe Mr. Maynard E. Stowe Dr. Richard T. Strauss Mrs. J. Brent Streit MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Stringer Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Strode Dr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Stroud Betsey and David Stuart Mr. and Mrs. John Stufflebeem Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Stuhlreyer Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stutts Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Sugg Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sullivan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James V. Sullivan Captain and Mrs. Nicholas M. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. David Sullivan Ms. Patricia A. Sullivan Ms. Elizabeth P. Sullivan Dr. Jayne E. Sullivan Miss Mary K. Summar Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Summerlin Mrs. Lisa J. Sunday & Mr. Terry A. Ryan Prof. Michael Sundblad Dr. and Mrs. Allan C. Sundin Mr. Ron Surma & Ms. Leslie Wilson-Surma Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Sussman Mr. Glen Sussman & Mrs. Elizabeth Masten Mr. and Mrs. George H. Sutcliffe Mr. and Mrs. David K. Sutelan Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Barbara P. Sutelan Mrs. Carol Lee Sutherland Mr. and Mrs. Gregory L. Sutton Mr. and Mrs. Randy Sutton Captain and Mrs. Robert J. Swain Mr. and Mrs. William H. Swan Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Swanigan Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Swann Mrs. Eugene S. Swanson Mrs. Lynne R. Sward Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Swartley Mrs. Frances D. Swartz Mrs. Joyce J. Swindell Captain and Mrs. James H. Swint Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sykes Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Sykes, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Sykes, Jr. Mrs. Judy Sykes & Ms. Sharon Plawin Ms. Dorothy Sykes Ms. Phyllis Szymanski Ms. Sandra S. Tabachnick Ms. Rebecca M. Tabakin Bunny and Perry Morgan Family Days at the Chrysler always feature free admission, live music, and special art activities for vistiors of all ages. Photo by Jake Gillespie for the Chrysler Museum of Art Ms. Jessie R. Tabakin Ms. Harriett Taggart Mrs. Denise Tahhan Nobuko Takahata Mr. and Mrs. William L. Taliaferro Mr. and Mrs. Guenter A. Talke Mr. and Mrs. John Tamm Mrs. David B. Tankard Mrs. Sheila Taormina Mr. Jason Tashoty Rear Admiral and Mrs. Raynor A. K. Taylor Mr. Charles D. Taylor Dr. and Mrs. Lewis J. Taylor Mr. Christopher Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Taylor Ms. Dora Lee Taylor Ms. Denies L. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Taylor, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Taylor Ms. Kathryn T. Taylor Ms. Carole J. Taylor Mrs. Jean M. Taylor Ms. Carole M. Teague Mr. Jeffrey Tefft Mr. and Mrs. Don Tenpas Mr. Hillman Terzian Ms. Judith R. Thaler, CRS, ABR Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thaler Mrs. Voula T. Thanos Mr. and Mrs. Ammon C. Tharp Ms. Joan Thayer Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Thelen Mr. Charlie Thesz Mr. and Mrs. James R. Theuer Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thiesen Mr. Anthony J. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas Mr. Peter A. Thomas Mr. Robert B. Thomas & Ms. Susan Byrom Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Thomas Mr. David J. Thomas Ms. Marigrace S. Thomas Ms. Patricia M. Thomas Dr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Thomason Mr. Jim Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Clovis H. Thompson Ms. Rosalie Thompson Mr. James Thomson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Thornhill Ms. Karen Thornton Ms. Christine Thrall Dr. and Mrs. Patrick D. Thrasher Ms. Linda Gordon Thrasher Mrs. Jane B. Thumm Mr. Yang Tian Ms. Marian B. Ticatch Ms. Mildred M. Tickle Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tiefenback Mrs. Kent N. Tigges Mr. Garland Tillery & Mr. James R. Early Mr. David Timm Mrs. Jeanette Tinkham Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Tobias Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Todd, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Toland Dr. Martha J. Tompkins Dr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Tonelson Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Torgler Col. and Mrs. James Tormey Ms. Marie Torrans Mr. Steven Toth Mr. Alexandre A. Touzov Admiral and Mrs. Harry D. Train II Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trammell Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Transfiguracion Mrs. Philip R. Trapani Mrs. James C. Travilla, Jr. Ms. Dorothy Leigh Traweek Ms. Susan Tremont Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Trinder II Mrs. Mary Ellen Triplett Mr. Anthony J. Triplin Ms. Carolyn Tripp Mrs. Kathryn A. Troy Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Truesdale Mr. and Mrs. Doug Trzcinski Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Tudor Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tuleya Ms. Diane Tumblin Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Turner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Turner Mrs. Gloria A. Turner Mrs. Jean Turpin Mr. and Mrs. Derek Turrietta 49 50 MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Audrey Settle, Sheryl Young, and Harriet McLaughlen enjoyed the group dancing and all-you-can-eat barbeque at the Friends of African-American Artâ€™s annual fall Q-Down. Photo by Jake Gillespie for the Chrysler Museum of Art. Mrs. Cecilia Turrietta Ms. Susan A. Tweed Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. G. Tyree, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Tysinger Mr. Barry D. Tyson Mr. and Mrs. John Ullian Mr. and Mrs. Peter T. Underwood Mr. Martin Unger Ms. Elizabeth A. Upchurch Mrs. Luther J. Upton III Ms. Susan Urschol Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Utz Dr. and Mrs. Gregorio C. Uy Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Vail Ms. Marguerite K. Vail Carvel and Carter Valentine Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm S. Van De Water Mrs. Grace M. Van Derveer Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Eck Mrs. Jane M. van Wolkenten Mr. and Mrs. Harold VanderWilt Ms. Carol K. VanDeventer Mr. Jan J. VanHeiningen Mrs. Danielle VanNes Ms. Gloria Vannote Mrs. John H. Vansant Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Vaughan Ms. Veronica D. Vaughan Dr. Staci Vella Mr. and Mrs. Ronald K. Ventura Mr. and Mrs. Lewin E. Vermillion Ms. Ann Dearsley Vernon Ms. Marie Vesely & Mr. Mike Hoover Mrs. Wendell N. Vest Dr. and Mrs. James D. Via Dr. and Mrs. Jose J. Vicens Mr. George D. Vick Ms. Myrtle Vick Dr. and Mrs. Aaron I. Vinik Ms. Mary Anne Viola-Fiore Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Vita, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ricks S. Voight, Jr. Mrs. Rita K. Voke Ms. Marti Wachtel Mr. William H. Wagner Mrs. Jules M. Wainger Ms. Julia Wainwright & Mr. Michael Carter Dr. and Mrs. John R. Waitekus Mrs. Terri Waitzer Mrs. Anne D. Waldrop Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wales, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. H. Michael Walker Mr. John Walker Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Walker Ms. Gretchen Walker Mrs. Stanley Clay Walker Mr. and Mrs. William A. Walker III Mr. and Mrs. Dale Walker Mrs. Jane W. Walker Ms. Ivy A. Walker Mr. Kenneth Walker Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Wallace Dr. and Mrs. K. K. Wallace, Jr. Ms. Joan D. Wallace Mrs. Diane A. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. William Waller, Jr. Miss Kristina E. Waller Dr. Walter R. Wallingford & Ms. Donna M. Briggs Mrs. Maryann Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Walsh Damien Walsh & Patt Prugh-Walsh Mr. and Mrs. James Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walsh Mr. Joseph Walsh Ms. Janet Walsh Ms. Anne K. Walsh Ms. Jeanne Walters Ms. Mary S. Walther Ms. Dawn Walton Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Wampler Mr. Randy Wanttaja & Mr. Michael John Saetta Mrs. Carol Waranch Ms. Shirley A. Ward Mr. and Mrs. F. Jay Ward Mr. and Ken Ward Ms. Sarah Jane Ward Ms. MaryAnn Ward Ms. Sarah E. Ward Ms. Wivona M. Ward Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Ward Dr. and Mrs. William B. Warden Dr. and Mrs. Henry M. Ware Mr. and Mrs. Guilford D. Ware Ms. Elizabeth G. Waring Reilly and Mark Warlick Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. Warmunde Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Warner Mr. William J. Warner Ms. Mary B. Warren Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Warren Ms. Linda Warren Ms. Molly M. Warthan Mr. and Mrs. James R. Washington Mr. Charles B. Wasserman and Mrs. Ruth C. Wasserman Mr. and Mrs. Claude W. Watkins, Jr. Ms. Anita Watson Mr. and Mrs. James Watt Mr. James Watts & Ms. Diane Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Watts Mr. Gordon R. Weaver & Ms. Terri L. Landau Ms. Mary C. Weaver Mr. Robert L. Weaver Mrs. Martha Weaver Ms. Collier Webb & Ms. Lynne Harrison Mr. William M. Webb Dr. and Mrs. George R. Webb Mr. and Mrs. George R. Webb Mr. Howard M. Webb Mr. and Mrs. Todd Webb Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Wehner Mr. John Weigle & Ms. Kathy Zeljeznjak Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Weiner Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Weinstein Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Weinstein Dr. Sharon R. Weinstein Ms. Elizabeth Weir Dr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Weireter, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Edward J. Weisberg Dr. Barclay Kruger Weisberg Dr. and Mrs. A. Jeffrey Weisberg Mr. and Mrs. Horace P. Weiss Ms. Edith E. Weiss Mrs. Valerie Wells Mr. Brian E. Wells and Ms. Jenifer Alonzo Mrs. Frances T. Wells Mr. and Mrs. Ed Welp Ms. Diane Gould Werbel Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Werber Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Werner Ms. Helen P. Werner Dr. Lee G. Wertheimer Ms. Cecelia A. Weschler Mr. Donald West Mrs. Vivian B. West Mr. and Mrs. William H. West Dr. and Mrs. David West Mrs. Beverly B. West Anne and Rolla Wetzel Captain and Mrs. William C. Wheaton Mrs. Agnieszka Whelan Ms. Ethel Whiman Mrs. Laura Jackson Whitacre Mr. Mark L. Whitaker Mrs. Helene Whitaker Mrs. Edith R. White Ms. Rebecca White Mr. and Mrs. Reece B. White, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Alan J. White Ms. Nancy L. White Mr. and Mrs. Thomas White Ms. Laurie S. White & Mr. Jim Herley Ms. Roxie H. White MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS Mr. Howard White Mr. and Mrs. James A. White Mr. and Mrs. John E. White III Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. White Mrs. Glenny B. White Ms. Gloria White Mr. Robert E. White Ms. Karen White Ms. Cheryl S. White Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Q. Whitehurst Drs. Leland and Vicki Whitelock Mr. James Whiteside The Honorable & Mrs. Morton V. Whitlow Mr. and Mrs. Edward Whitmore Mr. and Mrs. Allan Whitney Mrs. Doris L. Whitson Mr. and Mrs. H. Waller Whittemore Miss Janice Marie Wiedman Mr. Uwe Wilken Ms. Marsha D. Wilks Mr. and Mrs. Bill Willey Mr. and Mrs. Kim B. Williams Mrs. Beth O. Williams and Mr. Rolf A. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Williams Mr. Brian Williams Mr. and Mrs. Lamer Williams Dr. and Mrs. Scott S. Williams Mr. T. Michael Williams Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams Ms. Catherine Williams Mrs. Gerald Williams Mr. Hugh Williams Ms. Sally Williams Mrs. Thomas H. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Berry D. Willis Ms. Dianne Willis Mrs. Mary Jane Willis Mr. Duane Wilson Dr. and Mrs. Harold S. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Eric Wilson Mr. and Mrs. James H. Wilson Linda and Nicholas Wilson Mr. Thos N. Wilson & Ms. Karen Haberthur Ms. Angela L Wilson Mr. and Mrs. David T. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wilson Mrs. Louis Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson Ms. Sharon L. Wilson Mrs. Susan K. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. James C. Wiltse Mr. and Mrs. R. Allan Wimbish Ms. Martha Wimsatt & Mr. Jerry R. McKee Ms. Catherine D. Winborne Ms. Pearl M. Windle The Honorable and Mrs. Barclay C. Winn Gail and James Winn Mr. Richard Winski Ms. Saundra Winstead & Mr. Thomas D. St. Andre Mr. and Mrs. John D. Winston Angela Winters Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Winters Mr. Miles J. Winters, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Wintringham, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Everett D. Wixom Mr. Edward Wladas Dr. Robert Wojtowicz Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Wolcott, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Dixon Wolcott Dr. James M. Wolcott Mr. and Mrs. John M. Woleben Mr. and Mrs. Raol A. Wolf Ms. Frances Wolf Ms. Catherine Wolfe Mr. and Mrs. John Wolfred Mr. Ronald M. Wolin Mrs. Florence B. Wolin-Clayton Ms. Eleanora Woloy Mr. Michael Womble & Mr. David Palmer Commander and Mrs. G. C. Womble, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh K. Wood Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Wood Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wood Mr. and Mrs. James Wood, Jr. Dr. William and Rev. Nancy Wood Ms. Frances C. Wood Dr. James E. Wood, Jr. Mrs. Betty J. Woodhouse Mr. Gordon Woods & Ms. Carrie Woods Dr. and Mrs. Frederick G. Woodson Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Woodward The Honorable and Mrs. Gene A. Woolard Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Woolfitt Mr. and Mrs. Eric C. Worden Mrs. Karen Worden Dr. and Mrs. G. Byron Work Dr. Paul H. Wornom Mrs. Agnes Wren Mr. E. A. Wrenn Mr. Mitch Wright & Mr. Jeff Raper Mr. and Mrs. C. Grover Wright Mr. and Mrs. James Wright Mr. John Wright Mrs. Ann C. Wright Ms. Willie Anne Wright Ms. Sara M. Wright Dr. Laura Lee Wright Ms. Juanita T. Wyda Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wylie Mr. and Mrs. Brian Wynne Abbie and Mike Yablonsky Ms. Mary Lynn Yaeger Dr. Betty J. Yarborough Dr. and Mrs. Steven F. Yaros Ms. Sandra Ybarra Mr. and Mrs. James Yoder Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yost Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Youmans Ms. Antoinette G. Young Dr. Lynnette R. Young Ms. Nancy Young Ms. Carla Young Dr. Robert E. Young Ms. Bonnie Youngberg Captain and Mrs. Robert Younger Mr. and Mrs. John Yuill Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Zacks Ms. Virginia Zaun Mr. and Mrs. David Zellmer Mrs. Dorothy Zimmerman Lt. Commander Kristofer Zimmerman Mr. William A. Zimmerman Barton College Cuisine & Company Docent Council of the Chrysler Museum Estate of Daisy K. Dickson Friends of African-American Art Hospital Personnel Resources, LLC JFP Cartridges, LLC John J. Creedon Foundation Lynnhaven River Garden Club Marianne Friedland Gallery Mount Washington Art Glass Society Nancy Chandler Associates Network for Good ODU Institute for Learning in Retirement Redwood Junior Garden Club St. Paul’s Episcopal Church The Norfolk Society of Arts Whitney & Elizabeth MacMillan Foundation GIFTS-IN-KIND Christie’s Farm Fresh Charitable Foundation Barbara and Andrew Fine Hampton Roads Magazine Sotheby’s GIFTS OF ART Lisa and Dudley Anderson Dorothy Fischer Conrad L. Paulus Mrs. Barbara Shapiro Eliza L. Woodward Tony Vaccaro Photography Estate of Mrs. Ina M. Green 51 52 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES For the years ended June 30, 2009 2008 2007 $ 2,988,443 776,164 670,751 876,453 609,637 469,631 $ 2,879,108 547,989 854,834 887,016 750,437 332,892 $ 2,847,389 635,904 656,872 869,880 842,632 326,196 585,376 759,743 678,462 6,976,455 7,012,019 6,857,335 3,743,210 1,866,242 3,670,398 1,753,486 3,343,489 1,751,402 Total program services 5,609,452 5,423,884 5,094,891 Supporting services: Development and marketing General and administrative 805,895 559,156 953,816 631,690 1,142,762 617,100 Total supporting services 1,365,051 1,585,506 1,759,862 Total operating expenses 6,974,503 7,009,390 6,854,753 1,952 2,629 2,582 Changes in unrestricted net assets Operating support and revenue City of Norfolk Contributions and other grants Investment income available for operations (Note 3) Memberships Earned income Other income Net assets released from restrictions for operating items (Note 9) TOTAL OPERATING SUPPORT AND REVENUE Operating expenses Program services: Galleries, curatorial, and exhibitions Other CHANGE IN NET ASSETS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES Non-operating activities Investment income less portion available for operations (Note 3) Capital improvements Accessions, net (Note 7) Net assets released from restrictions for non-operating activities (Note 9) (713,150) (678,210) (556,711) 5,783 (906,919) (518,060) 893,555 (586,083) (343,314) 2,863,795 1,387,725 899,648 Total non-operating net assets 915,724 (31,471) 863,806 917,676 (28,842) 866,388 CHANGE IN UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES, continued For the years ended June 30, 2009 2008 2007 3,613,078 (1,486,874) (3,223,934) 2,132,420 (17,409) (1,904,880) 2,432,070 1,722,524 (1,352,364) (1,097,730) 210,131 2,802,230 174,479 (3,149,909) (225,237) 1,154,941 (748,308) (242,588) 989,067 2,618,498 (225,746) (3,200,667) 164,045 3,381,819 Change in net assets (3,380,721) 345,334 7,050,437 Net assets at the beginning of year 52,715,921 52,370,587 45,320,150 $ 49,335,200 $ 52,715,921 $ 52,370,587 Changes in temporarily restricted net assets Contributions Investment income (loss) (Note 3) Other Net assets released from restrictions (Note 9) Change in temporarily restricted net assets Changes in permanently restricted net assets Contributions Investment income (loss) (Note 3) Net assets released from restrictions (Note 9) Change in permanently restricted net assets NET ASSETS AT THE END OF YEAR 53 54 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION 9.6% June 30, 2009 2008 $ 1,958,044 40,567,459 132,803 2,124,318 580,795 5,190,917 $ 2,386,728 45,195,901 135,403 2,048,608 716,896 5,330,151 $ 50,554,336 $ 55,813,687 Assets 8.4% 42.8% Cash and cash equivalents (Notes 2 and 5) Investments (Notes 3 and 5) Inventory Property and equipment, net of accumulated depreciation Other assets Pledges receivable (Notes 4 and 5) TOTAL ASSETS Liabilities and net assets Liabilities: Notes payable (Note 6) Accounts payable Accrued expenses and other liabilities Deferred support and revenue Total liabilities Net assets: Unrestricted: Board-designated (Note 8) Other Total unrestricted net assets Temporarily restricted (Note 8) Permanently restricted (Note 8) Total net assets TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS $ 361,696 144,905 666,033 46,502 $ 2,225,955 277,537 524,331 69,943 1,219,136 3,097,766 8.7% 30.4% Operating Income Government Contributions, Memberships & Grants Earned Income Released Restricted Funds Investment Income 10.1% 8.7% 5,674,949 3,307,235 6,633,668 1,430,840 8,982,184 16,883,762 23,469,254 8,064,508 17,981,492 26,669,921 49,335,200 52,715,921 $ 50,554,336 $ 55,813,687 37.7% 7.6% 11.2% 24.6% Operating Expense Collections & Exhibitions Facilities & Security Development & Marketing General & Administrative Education & Interpretation Other FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 STATEMENT OF OPERATING EXPENSES (Natural and Functional Classifications) For the years ended June 30, NATURAL CLASSIFICATION: Salaries Payroll taxes Employee benefits Temporary employees 2009 2008 2007 $ 3,081,680 218,167 434,278 74,931 $ 3,025,525 218,576 433,557 19,035 $ 3,038,158 220,410 415,907 25,644 3,809,056 3,762,969 3,736,429 70,686 33,233 198,533 163,396 113,201 702,352 118,336 293,244 155,100 215,419 200,127 37,679 236,679 627,462 64,798 51,802 291,051 133,314 102,909 473,683 125,715 290,736 171,700 214,821 222,385 38,912 260,471 573,786 109,592 72,126 326,575 139,309 101,873 319,100 131,958 368,435 156,163 69,432 201,960 36,276 272,466 480,371 6,974,503 $ 7,009,390 $ 6,854,753 $ 3,743,210 677,942 222,577 289,637 326,233 214,747 135,106 $ 3,670,398 577,471 250,923 247,352 295,946 187,796 193,998 $ 3,343,489 432,825 219,398 284,528 398,147 274,216 142,288 5,609,452 5,423,884 5,094,891 805,895 559,156 953,816 631,690 1,142,762 617,100 Total supporting services 1,365,051 1,585,506 1,759,862 Total operating expenses $ 6,974,503 $ 7,009,390 $ 6,854,753 Total compensation and benefits Advertising Computer Consulting and outside services Cost of sales Depreciation Exhibition fees and installation Insurance Miscellaneous Printing and publications Repairs and maintenance Supplies Telephone Donor stewardship, professional development, and travel Utilities Total operating expenses FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION: Program services: Galleries, curatorial and exhibitions Education Library Gift Shop Historic Houses Special events Support programs Total program services Supporting services: Development and marketing General and administrative 55 56 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS For the years ended June 30, 2009 Cash flows from operating activities: Change in net assets $ (3,380,721) Adjustments to reconcile change in net assets to cash provided by (used for) operations: Net decrease (increase) in fair value of investments 6,509,103 Depreciation 113,201 Change in certain operating assets and liabilities: Inventory and other assets 138,701 Liabilities (14,371) Other non-operating items (2,395,674) Cash flows from investing activities: Purchases of investments, net of sales and maturities Acquisition of collection items Additions to property and equipment Capital improvements Cash flows from financing activities: Contributions to permanently restricted funds Contributions to temporarily restricted funds Funds borrowed (repaid) on notes payable Increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents Cash and cash equivalents: Beginning of year End of year 2008 2007 $ 345,334 $ 7,050,437 1,208,005 102,909 (4,893,937) 101,873 (146,554) (446,005) (1,890,756) 36,176 41,212 (2,542,867) 970,239 (827,067) (207,106) (1,880,661) (556,711) (188,911) (678,210) (1,271,323) (518,060) (90,294) (906,919) (3,588,943) (343,314) (1,850,083) (586,083) (3,304,493) (2,786,596) (6,368,423) 157,621 3,612,208 (1,864,259) 1,905,570 1,217,472 3,477,592 (88,830) 4,606,234 797,294 4,154,674 1,686,777 6,638,745 (428,684) 992,571 63,216 2,386,728 1,394,157 1,330,941 $ 1,958,044 $ 2,386,728 $ 1,394,157 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTE 1 - Organization, stewardship and summary of significant accounting policies The Chrysler Museum The Chrysler is one of America’s most distinguished mid-sized art museums. Located in Hampton Roads, a community of 1.5 million in southeastern Virginia, the Chrysler welcomes 160,000 annual visitors from around the world. The Chrysler operates on an annual budget of approximately $7 million and employs a staff of 103. June 30, 2009 Accordingly, the net assets of the Museum are reported as follows: Unrestricted net assets Unrestricted net assets represent available resources over which the Board has discretionary control to use in operating the Museum in accordance with the limitations of its charter and bylaws. Unrestricted net assets include the operating fund and Board-designated funds. Board-designated funds are limited to Board-specified uses, and consist primarily of the reinvested proceeds from the sale of collection items. The Museum is home to a world-class collection of over 35,000 paintings, sculpture, photographs, and decorative arts primarily assembled by industrialist Walter P. Chrysler, Jr. The Museum is particularly well known for its glass collection, one of the finest and most comprehensive anywhere. Temporarily restricted net assets The Museum also administers two Historic Houses, the Moses Myers House and the Norfolk History Museum, each of which is located in downtown Norfolk. The Moses Myers House, which was the residence of Norfolk’s first Jewish citizens, includes more than 70 percent of its original late-eighteenth-century furnishings. Permanently restricted net assets In addition to its fine permanent collection, the Chrysler presents each year a dynamic schedule of changing exhibitions and a wide variety of interpretive programs. Each is designed to make the works on view in the Museum galleries accessible and meaningful to a diverse audience. Through an active program of loans from its collection and through the professional involvement of its staff, the Museum maintains an active presence in the international museum community. The Museum is particularly proud of its record of community citizenship and good management. The Chrysler is a regular partner and collaborator with regional governments, businesses, educational organizations, and cultural groups, seeking to leverage resources to provide the highest quality service at the lowest cost. At the insistence of the Museum’s Trustees, the Chrysler operates every year on a balanced budget, and is virtually free of long-term debt. The Museum’s mission is to act as a catalyst. We bring art and people together to enrich and transform lives. A new free admission policy, adopted in September 2009, along with newly enhanced interpretive programming, ensures that the Museum is truly accessible to the community that we exist to serve. Financial Statement presentation The Museum’s financial statements are presented in accordance with Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 117 (SFAS 117), Financial Statements of Not-forProfit Organizations. Under SFAS 117, the Museum reports information regarding its financial position and activities according to three classes of net assets: unrestricted net assets, temporarily restricted net assets, and permanently restricted net assets. Although the Museum adopted SFAS 117 for financial reporting purposes, in order to ensure the observance of limitations and restrictions placed on the use of resources available to the Museum, the Museum’s accounts are maintained in accordance with the principles of “fund accounting.” This procedure classifies Museum resources for accounting and reporting purposes into funds that are established in accordance with specified activities or objectives. Although separate accounts are maintained for each fund, for external financial reporting purposes, the funds have been grouped based on the presence or absence of externally imposed restrictions as to their use. Temporarily restricted net assets represent resources whose use has been restricted by donors to a specific operating or capital need, or time period. Permanently restricted net assets represent resources that are subject to restrictions of gift instruments that require in perpetuity that the Museum invest the original gift with only the investment income derived therefrom being made available to the Museum for expenditure. Art collection In conformity with the practice followed by most museums, the collection is not presented in the accompanying statement of financial position. The value of accessions (collection items purchased by or contributed to the Museum) is reported, net of deaccession proceeds received from the sale of collection items, as non-operating expenditures in the accompanying statement of activities. The Museum is committed to applying the highest professional standards to the care and preservation of its unique collection. Accessions and deaccessions are approved by the Museum’s Board of Trustees and the proceeds from deaccessions are used solely for the acquisition of collection items. Additionally, in an effort to maintain the purchasing power of such proceeds, the Board has similarly designated the investment income earned on these funds. At June 30, 2009, the Museum’s collection was insured at a level deemed appropriate by management. Investments and total return, spending-rate policy The Museum records investments at fair value as determined by quoted market prices when available. Investments for which a quoted market price is not available are carried at fair value as determined by the underlying investment fund management. Such valuations are based upon judgments that reflect various factors including, but not limited to, market values when available, restrictions affecting marketability, operating results, financial condition of the investees and the price of recent transactions. Due to the inherent uncertainty of investment valuation, the fair values may differ significantly from the values that would have been used had a ready market for all investments existed, and the difference could be material. For the operating and permanently restricted endowment funds, the Museum utilizes a total return, spending-rate policy in order to provide portfolio management flexibility, preserve the purchasing power (real value) of the funds, and aid the Museum’s budgetary process. To meet these objectives, the Museum focuses on the overall return on investments, including interest, dividends, and net investment appreciation. For the Museum’s budgeting requirements, the Museum uses a spending-rate, currently 5.0%, applied to a five-year moving average of the applicable Board-designated and restricted funds’ fair value, to determine how much 57 58 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, continued of the total return will be used for each year’s budget. Income in excess of the spending-rate formula is thus available, subject to original gift instruments, to maintain or increase the real value of the funds. The accounting for investment income depends upon the funds involved, as follows: Unrestricted net assets Investment income related to unrestricted accession funds is recorded as nonoperating income. Other unrestricted income, unless earned on investments subject to the spending-rate policy, is reported as income available for operations. The income on unrestricted funds subject to the spending-rate policy is recorded as available for operations up to the level indicated by the spending-rate policy, with any excess recorded as non-operating income. Temporarily restricted net assets Investment income on investments of temporarily restricted net assets is recorded as temporarily restricted income. Permanently restricted net assets Nonexpendable investment income is recorded as an increase in permanently restricted net assets. Investment income earned on operating endowments, up to the level indicated by the spending-rate policy, is recorded as unrestricted income with the excess recorded as permanently restricted income. Investment income earned on endowment accession funds remains with the accession funds until released from restrictions. Use of estimates The preparation of financial statements in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America requires management to make estimates and assumptions that affect the reported amounts of assets and liabilities and the disclosure of contingent assets and liabilities at the date of the financial statements, and the reported amounts of revenues and expenses during the reporting period. Accordingly, actual results could differ from such estimates. Functional allocation of expenses The cost of providing the various program and supporting services has been summarized on a functional basis in the statements of activities and of operating expenses. In presenting the Museum’s natural classification of expenses on a functional basis, direct expenses are aggregated by function and indirect expenses, primarily facilities management and depreciation, have been allocated among the functional programs and services benefited. NOTE 2 - Concentration of Credit Risk Contributions Financial instruments that potentially subject the Museum to concentrations of credit risk consist principally of temporary cash equivalents, temporary investments, and investment securities. To mitigate credit risk, the Museum’s cash and temporary investments are placed with highly regarded financial institutions, and the Museum’s investment securities are managed by professional investment management firms chosen (with the assistance of an investment consulting firm) for their sector expertise. Contributions are recognized as revenues when pledged, or when received if unrelated to a pledge. The value of contributed collection items is shown net in the non-operating accessions line item. NOTE 3 - Investments and investment income Property and equipment The Museum building and Historic Houses are owned by the City of Norfolk. Most improvements and additions to the buildings have been funded jointly by the City and by Museum contributions restricted for such purposes. As the Museum does not have a formal lease with the City, the Museum has recorded such expenditures as non-operating items. Accordingly, no asset or related depreciation expense is recognized by the Museum in the accompanying financial statements for such expenditures. Furthermore, amounts have not been reflected in the accompanying statement of activities to reflect the donative use of the buildings. Furniture, equipment and fixtures are recorded at cost and depreciated using the straight-line method over periods ranging from three to ten years. Cash and cash equivalents The Museum considers all highly liquid investments with maturities of three months or less when purchased to be cash equivalents. Cash and cash equivalents for purposes of the statements of net assets and of cash flows exclude cash and cash equivalents managed by the Museum’s professional investment managers. Income taxes The Museum is exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code and has been determined to be an organization that is not a private foundation. Accordingly, no provision for income or excise taxes has been made in the accompanying financial statements. Investments are carried at fair value and consist of the following: June 30, 2009 2008 Cash and money market funds $ 3,093,470 $ 3,103,110 Bonds 6,052,118 6,847,032 Domestic equities 6,796,723 6,144,244 Foreign equities 6,420,868 7,005,120 Equity substitutes 18,204,280 22,096,395 Total investments $ 40,567,459 $ 45,195,901 The fair value of investments and investment income are allocated equitably to each fund based on each fund’s participation in the investment pool. During the years ended June 30, 2009, 2008, and 2007 proceeds from investment maturities and sales totaled $4,232,449, $2,351,189, and $4,331,145, and purchases of investments totaled $2,351,788, $1,079,866, and $742,202, respectively. 59 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, continued Investment income (loss) for the years ended June 30, consists of the following: NOTE 5 - Fair Value Measurements For the years ended June 30, 2009 Interest and dividends, net of investment fees $ 1,829,921 Change in fair value of investments (6,509,103) 2008 2007 $ 1,302,905 (1,208,005) $ 997,512 4,893,937 Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 157 defines fair value as the exchange price that would be received for an asset or paid to transfer a liability (an exit price) in the principal or most advantageous market for the asset or liability in an orderly transaction between market participants on the measurement date. SFAS No. 157 also establishes a three-level fair-value hierarchy and describes the inputs that are used to measure assets and liabilities as follows: Total investment income (loss) $ (4,679,182) $ 94,900 $ 5,891,449 Investment income (loss) is recorded in the following net asset categories on the statement of activities: For the years ended June 30, Unrestricted net assets: Designated for current operations Non-operating income 2009 2008 2007 $ 670,751 (713,150) $ 854,834 5,783 $ 656,872 893,555 (42,399) 860,617 1,550,427 (1,486,874) (3,149,909) (17,409) (748,308) 1,722,524 2,618,498 Total investment income (loss) $ (4,679,182) $ 94,900 $ 5,891,449 Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted Level 1: The asset and liability fair values are based on quoted prices in active markets for identical assets or liabilities. Level 2: The asset and liability fair values are based on observable inputs that include quoted market prices for similar assets or liabilities; quoted market prices that are not in an active market; or other inputs that are observable and can be corroborated by observable market data for substantially the full term of the assets or liabilities. Level 2 assets include debt securities with quoted prices that are traded less frequently than exchange traded instruments. Level 3: The asset and liability fair values are based on unobservable inputs that are supported by little or no market activity. Level 3 assets and liabilities include financial instruments whose value is determined using pricing models, discounted cash flow methodologies, or similar techniques, as well as instruments for which the determination of fair value requires significant management judgment or estimation. The following table presents the Museumâ€™s assets that are measured at fair value on a recurring basis for each hierarchy level at June 30, 2009: NOTE 4 - Pledges receivable, net Pledges receivable are carried at estimated fair value and consist of the following: June 30, 2009 Amounts due within one year $ 1,169,578 Amounts due in more than one year but less than five years 3,696,247 Amounts due in more than five years 3,083,518 Total pledges receivable 2008 $ 1,085,510 3,827,612 3,713,807 7,949,343 8,626,929 Less allowance for doubtful accounts (540,366) Less present value discount (at 7%) (2,218,060) (642,421) (2,654,357) Total pledges receivable, net $ 5,190,917 $ 5,330,151 Investment securities Pledges receivable Level 1 $ 19,394,953 $ - $ $ Level 2 - Level 3 $ 21,172,506 $ 5,190,917 The following table presents a reconciliation of investment securities in which significant unobservable inputs (Level 3) were used to determine fair value: For the year ended June 30, 2009 Balance, July 1, 2008 Realized gains (losses), net Change in unrealized gains (losses), net Purchases, sales and settlements, net $ 24,079,861 145,195 (3,255,512) 202,962 Balance, June 30, 2009 $ 21,172,506 Total $ 40,567,459 $ 5,190,917 60 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, continued NOTE 6 - Notes payable NOTE 8 - Board-designated and restricted net assets In July 2004, the Museum established a revolving demand note with a commercial bank for $1,200,000 secured by certain Museum investment securities. As of June 30, 2009, the note balance outstanding was $361,696. The Museum is making monthly principal and interest payments of $10,000 (interest at 6.16%) until paid in full in October 2012. At June 30, the Museumâ€™s Board-designated and restricted net assets classified as to purpose are as follows: The scheduled maturities for the above note are as follows for the years ending June 30: 2010 2011 2012 $ 106,981 113,761 140,954 $ 361,696 In addition to the above, in February 2007, the Museum borrowed $1,770,000 from a commercial bank to purchase real property adjacent to the Museum. The interest-only note had an interest rate of 5.61% and was paid in full on February 28, 2009. Interest expense and cash paid for interest for the years ended June 30, 2009, 2008, and 2007 was $100,489, $132,122, and $66,291, respectively. June 30, 2009 Unrestricted â€“ Board-designated: Accessions $ 4,204,289 Program and supporting services 1,470,660 2008 $ 4,893,483 1,740,185 Total Board-designated net assets 5,674,949 6,633,668 Temporarily restricted: Accessions Capital improvements Program and supporting services 212,236 1,106,588 15,564,938 221,624 1,207,572 16,552,296 16,883,762 17,981,492 4,921,914 18,547,340 5,749,604 20,920,317 23,469,254 26,669,921 $ 46,027,965 $ 51,285,081 Total temporarily restricted net assets Permanently restricted: Accessions Program and supporting services Total permanently restricted net assets NOTE 7 - Accessions Accessions included as non-operating activities in the accompanying statement of activities, consist of the following: For the years ended June 30, Total accessions Deaccession proceeds Total cost of accessions, net of proceeds 2009 $ 557,027 (316) 2008 $ 696,227 (178,167) 2007 $ 382,628 (39,314) $ 556,711 $ 518,060 $ 343,314 Total Board-designated and restricted net assets The above funds aggregated by purpose, consist of the following: Accessions $ 9,318,439 Capital improvements 1,106,588 Program and supporting services 35,602,938 Total Board-designated and restricted net assets $ 46,027,965 $ 10,864,711 1,207,572 39,212,798 $ 51,285,081 At June 30, 2009, permanently restricted net assets included $3,490,110 of investment income in excess of principal that is available for accessions and other expenditures subject to restrictions included in the original gift instruments. Included in the above net assets are funds that function as endowment funds due to explicit donor intent or Board designation. Endowment type funds included in the above are as follows: 61 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009 BACK COVER NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, continued June 30, 2009 Unrestricted - Board-designated: Programs and supporting services $ 1,285,895 $ 1,552,131 Temporarily restricted: Programs and supporting services 10,052,196 11,296,477 Permanently restricted: Accessions 4,921,914 Programs and supporting services 15,773,613 5,749,604 18,163,447 Total $ 32,033,618 The Chrysler staff proudly donned their collectible Art of Glass 2 t-shirts and served as walking billboards for the region-wide celebration. Photo by Ed Pollard, Museum photographer 2008 $ 36,761,659 The following table presents a reconciliation of endowment fund net assets for the year ended June 30, 2009: BoardDesignated Temporarily Restricted Permanently Restricted Total Balance, July 1, 2008 Investment loss (See Note 3) Contributions Expenditures $ 1,552,131 (166,236) (100,000) $ 11,296,477 (1,226,326) 181,842 (199,797) $ 23,913,051 (3,149,908) 157,621 (225,237) $ 36,761,659 (4,542,470) 339,463 (525,034) Balance, June 30, 2009 $ 1,285,895 $ 10,052,196 $ 20,695,527 $ 32,033,618 NOTE 9 - Net assets released from restrictions to support operations The sources for the above support came from the following restricted net asset classes: Net assets released from restrictions supported the following: For the years ended June 30, 2009 Operational support: Galleries, curatorial, and exhibitions $ 202,765 Specific educational programs 8,033 Capital campaign support 4,178 General operations 28,097 Pledges â€“ that met time restrictions 324,518 Miscellaneous 17,785 2008 2007 $ 489,954 56,412 4,159 69,019 132,518 7,681 $ 299,196 40,099 12,000 174,797 134,500 17,870 585,376 759,743 678,462 2,448,210 415,585 906,919 480,806 586,083 313,565 Total non-operating support 2,863,795 1,387,725 899,648 Total support received from restricted funds $ 3,449,171 $ 2,147,468 $ 1,578,110 Total operational support Non-operating support: Capital improvements Accessions Temporarily restricted funds: Accession funds Program and supporting services funds Capital improvements funds $ 196,250 $ 251,902 $ 171,529 579,474 2,448,210 746,059 906,919 663,538 517,297 3,223,934 1,904,880 1,352,364 Permanently restricted funds: Accession funds 219,335 Program and supporting services funds 5,902 Capital improvement funds - 228,904 13,684 - 142,036 14,924 68,786 225,237 242,588 225,746 $ 3,449,171 $ 2,147,468 $ 1,578,110 Net assets released from restriction Net assets released from restriction Total support provided to unrestricted funds 245 WEST OLNEY ROAD NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 23510 www.chrysler.org