The Weber Furlong Exhibition includes over 90 oil paintings and watercolors by Wilhelmina Weber Furlong (1878-1962) ranging from 1898 to 1960. The retrospective is organized in five themes: Paris, Mexico City, New York City, Golden Heart Farm, and Glens Falls, New York. The Weber Furlong Collection of modern art contains larger studio paintings by the artist and a section of a triptych studio screen (70”x24”) that is one of the earliest modern works in America. Visitors will see photographic images of the young woman artist that have proven to be emotionally moving to patrons of art and art history. If desired the original Victorian easel and personal effects of the artist are available for display. The written history is professionally published as a formal biography on the life of the artist and contains color reproductions of the Weber Furlong Collection of Modern art in the back of the US standard high gloss 216 page paperback book with illustrations and timelines. (ISBN: 978-0-9851601-0-4) High definition documentary video lectures by Art Historian Professor Emeritus James K. Kettlewell about the art ,and the artist, are available for theater or kiosk use. Posters and printed material are available for purchase. From an educational perspective, the goal of the exhibit is to preserve the history of a significant woman modern artist of immense influence from the Modernist movements earliest days in America.