The Huntsville Museum of Art is quite a nice diversion if you happen to be in the Huntsville area. When I visited the main exhibit was "The Red Clay Survey", a varied collection of Southern artists. I was very pleased with the selections and enjoyed viewing the exhibit. As a silversmith myself I was entranced with the small permanent collection of silver sculptures. The artistry of these creations was amazing. Additionally, I thoroughly enjoyed the unique exhibit of mixed media works by Sloane Bibb. Parking is easily accessible, the location of the Museum in Big Springs Park is an added bonus, and after you are done definitely allow time to stop for a glass of wine and a pizza at Pane Vino, the museum's cafe.
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