Iconic Photographs of the artist and her home and garden.
Reproductions of several of her paintings.
Information about native Mexican plants that were grown in her
A dress from the Mexican state of Oaxaca where Kahlo sourced
many of her dresses.
Examples of folk art collected by Kahlo and Rivera.
Mexican culture, including traditional festivities, food and
drink, and agricultural practices.
Frida Kahlo’s Garden is on view until March 16 at Ella Sharp
Museum. Learn more about the exhibit on its website: https://ellasharpmuseum.org/exhibits/frida-kahlos-garden/
Frida Kahlo’s Garden is adapted from the exhibition, FRIDA
KAHLO: ART, GARDEN, LIFE, organized by guest curator Adriana
Zavala at The New York Botanical Garden. It was made
possible with major funding from the Institute of Museum and
Library Services, Karen Katen Foundation, The LuEsther T. Mertz
Charitable Trust, MetLife Foundation, National Endowment for the
Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, New York State
Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
and the New York State Legislature, and Gillian and Robert
Steel. It was adapted and toured for NEH on the Road by the
Mid-America Arts Alliance.
Additional museum exhibits include Jackson & the Roaring 20s, Barns:
Preserving Agricultural Heritage, Jackson History, Andrews
Gallery of Wildlife Art, and Never Enough Time. For
information on exhibits please visit the Ella Sharp Museum
Regular Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.,
Sundays 12 – 5 p.m. *Wednesday – Saturday: Closed 12 pm to 12:30
pm for cleaning and sanitation.
About Ella Sharp Museum:
The Ella Sharp Museum, a 501(c)(3), was founded in 1965 and
offers programs, exhibits, and experiences preserving community
history, advancing art appreciation, and connecting children
with astronomy. It is located at 3225 Fourth Street, Jackson,
Additional information about Ella Sharp Museum is available at www.ellasharpmuseum.org.