I am already planning return trips to this museum with a variety of friends...I LOVED this wonderful place. Your first stop should be the men's and women's bathrooms. You really have to see the unique artwork in both so knock on the door of the one you don't usually visit to see if anyone is in there...if not go inside and prepare to be wowed. Even the toilet bowls are decorated. We saw a wonderful exhibit titled Uncommon Ground featuring 5 artists working in a variety of media all around the relationship between nature and humans. These are traveling exhibits. In addition, there is an exhibit of Emery Blagdon's work on Healing Machines which are "increasingly complex constructions that incorporated salvaged copper wire, metal foil, magnets, vials of earth, waxed paper, and myriad other substances and materials to collectively charge and heighten the machine’s power." (Taken from the description on the museum's website.) There is also a display of portraits on paper submitted by artists depicting the most admired person in their lives...very moving. There is even more to see. The gift shop is fabulous. There is also a preschool onsite that sounds like a place that values a creative, wholistic experiece for children. The cafe offers delicious choices with both indoor and outdoor eating options...both in lovely spaces. I'm looking forward to my next trip!
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