I found a calming afternoon here and a new found respect for this pioneering woman and artist. This lovely little gem is located within walking distance to the Plaza, and is comprised of 5-6 small rooms. Nominal admission fees, free lockers/coat storage, clean bathrooms, friendly service, and highly knowledgeable security guards. No parking onsite, so be prepared to pay and walk. I have never been an avid fan of her work, but being able to view her collections up close and in the land that she loved so (rather than on a NY gallery wall), I quickly gained a new appreciation. The short, introductory video on her life should not be missed. Don't expect to see all her most iconic, commercialized works, but you will view and appreciate her little known pieces. I particularly loved her personal artifacts scattered throughout the museum (clothing, camping gear, sketchbooks, and brushes) which gave a true sense of who she was and helps the museum-goer make a personal connection to the artist.
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