This Mister Ratner must be a very happy guy. He's a prolific artist, painter and sculptor, and he's gotten his very own museum! I had not heard about him before, but now I do recognize some of his works now in other public settings. Even if they are not first-rate, there is a joy and dynamic in his artworks that's infectuous. -- Apart from the permanent, mostly Jewish-themed collection, there are new shows of arts and crafts, quilts and whatnot from other artists and crafters on display. That makes it worthwhile to go back once in a while.
Admission to this museum is free, and they're very welcoming there. Some events and performances have an admission charge. It's useful to get on their email list and stay apprised of upcoming events.
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