First time at this small but excellent museum. You ascend from the street level free parking garage up a tiled spiral staircase (or elevator, if you prefer) to a handsome lobby. For a nominal charge you have access to three good sized galleries and an interesting museum store. During our visit all galleries were hung with works by Edgar Payne, an early California Impressionist. We understand that this was the largest showing of his work in more than forty years. The museum's aim is to showcase California art and artists of the past and present and certainly in this exhibition that purpose was well realized. We look forward to returning for other exhibitions.
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