Anne, Nell, and Dan Cross publish the second Edgewood benefit cookbook, “An Artist’s Food for the Soul”, on the gallery’s 40th Anniversary. The cookbook sold out and raised $135,000 that was donated to not-for-profit organizations that work to make children’s lives better.
After working on the new sculpture garden in the summer and fall of 2007 and spring of 2008, J.R. was happy to see the sculpture garden ready to open with the start of the Gallery’s 40th season on May 3, 2008.
Nell and J.R. welcome their twin daughters Abby and Anna into the world, beginning the family’s fourth generation at Edgewood Orchard.
J.R. Jarosh starts working at Edgewood Orchard and begins to work on the gardens around the gallery.
Anne and Nell publish the 1st Edgewood benefit cookbook, “An Artist’s Food for Thought”, on the gallery’s 35th Anniversary. The cookbook sold out and raised $76,000 that was donated to programs fighting hunger.
Nell Emerson returns to Fish Creek to work at the gallery, the start of the 3rd generation at Edgewood Orchard.
Minnow builds and installs the leaded glass portico, giving the gallery courtyard the look it has today.
New Gallery entrance, pavers in the courtyard and The Courtyard Gallery are completed.