We set out for the Museum because it was "free Friday" thanks to the Highland Street foundation. We were pleasantly surprised by the Anthony Quinn exhibit - we had no idea he was a sculptor and a painter. What a variety of art created by him over the years. There was a guitar player in the gallery rooms adding a nice extra to the viewing and projects for children to try out. I loved the larger than life sculpture of Eleanor Roosevelt. Downstairs there was an eclectic array of paintings as well as a potter doing a demonstration. Well worth the hour's trip to visit.
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