We arrived late afternoon 4pm at Crocker and had hoped our ticket might also do us for the following morning - sadly not - and this is perhaps something the gallery might consider introducing. We would have returned the following day had that been the case and maybe spent some money in the shop as well but as it was we were short of time and another entry fee was just too much. All said this is a gallery well worth even a short visit. Ours concentrated on the 3rd floor which had a big variety of both American and other modern art all well displayed in a superb situation. We first determined to go when we say some Kondos prints at our B&B - do the gallery have some more originals? I would have loved to see more of his work full size and also would have liked to be able to purchase some of his Sacramento work in small print version in the shop. Attendants perhaps need to be harder on anyone using a mobile phone - loudly - as was the case while we were there. The woman did just not realise how intrusive her call was in the calm environment so an earlier 'quiet word' would have been better for other viewers. We enjoyed our brief visit very much.
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