In August, the MCA featured the collected found works of Aida Whedon. Aida's son, Tony, has lived in Vermont for half a century, and as he recently began the process of packing his belongings to sell his house and retire in Georgia, he found an extensive collection of his mother's work. Aida was a successful Gallerist and Artist, who was prominently known in New York and beyond for her whimsical depictions of landscapes and society. She was a socialite of the mid-late 20th century, with and extensive network and a contingency of loyal students who revered her talent and personality. Her work was exhibited at the MCA and then sent to be professionally archived. Many Thanks to Tony Whedon for sharing this opportunity with the Montgomery community.