As you approach the gallery from the road, the front of the gallery is marked by some very large sculptures (including a 7' or higher bronze eagle swooping in for a kill). If that kind of thing is not to your taste, do NOT be scared away. Go in the gallery! I almost didn't (thinking that what was outside would be what was inside) -- boy am I glad I gave it a try. Our formerly art-free home now has several pieces from the gallery, and their beauty brings us joy every day.
Visiting the gallery is a real experience, and I have great respect for those in charge of selecting the art on display. There are many, many works to suite every taste, in different media, and in different forms of art (paintings and other hangable art, sculpture, photography, and even jewelry). The gallery itself is quite large, and they make maximum use of the space without giving it a crowded feel. Go slowly, or take multiple spins through, or you will miss a lot. There is also a sculpture garden outside, which I admit I have not visited, as we are not in the market for outdoor sculpture. From what I could see from the windows, though, there is a wide variety of styles out there, too.
The staff are very intelligent, helpful, and kind. If you make a purchase, it will be a totally worry-free experience, right down to the shipping.
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