The Oceanside Museum of Art changes exhibits regularly and, like all contemporary art museums, there will be times when I don't care for much, and at other times, well--too many wonderful things to see and not enough time. Recently, I found their fiber art show (Quilt National) to be absolutely stunning, and on a visit last year was enthralled with landscapes by William Glen Crooks. I can always say I learn something new with each visit, and the labels are informative and well-written. There are several smaller galleries upstairs, and this museum does a lot with representing and encouraging the local artists' community, as well as offering a myriad of programs. And, the museum store has some lovely jewelry and handmade items.
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