Ella Ström-Grainger at the Ferargil Gallery
Ella’s unique painted tiles were exhibited at the Ferargil Gallery in New York City in November of 1930. A selection of the tiles were re-assembled and exhibited at the Percy Grainger Home and Studio from April to September 2021. Click here to read more about the exhibition. Click here to see a video of the exhibition.
Percy Grainger’s Graphics
In addition to his work as a pianist, composer and conductor, Percy Grainger was a talented visual artist. Click here to see examples and learn about Grainger’s watercolors, drawings, and score cover designs.
Gliding Tones on Whistle, Notes on RecordersOne of the last remaining free music machines, Gliding Tones on Whistle, Notes on Recorders, has now been conserved and is on display at the Percy Grainger Home and Studio, the same spaces where Grainger and Burnett Cross created all of the free music machines. The display includes two information panels, on Percy Grainger and Free Music, and on the Gliding Tones on Whistle, Notes on Recorders machine. The process of conservation is outlined in two of our blogs, Re-stringing the Paper: Conservation of Gliding Tones on Whistle, Notes on Recorders, and Conservation at the Percy Grainger Home and Studio.