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Academy of the Arts
Based on 27 traveler reviews
A pleasant find
Nov 12, 2014 by: Caroline C from Hammonton, New Jersey
It's a small and unpretentious museum that hosts both local and known; even unknown artists. A nominal fee of $3 per person was collected to walk around the small, but pleasant museum. The combination of local and known artists gives it a little something you'd not ordinarily find. Jim. S, the front desk person was pleasant to speak with.
Excellent Easton art museum
Oct 29, 2014 by: g d from St. Michaels, Maryland
Calling all visitors Don't miss this art museum. The various exhibits are smart, well presented and offer something for everyone The Annual art academy show in October is a must see. Enjoy!
Sep 16, 2014 by: DCtravelfolks from Washington DC
Small, intimate museum. Different each time we visited. 2 or 3 exhibits on ground floor and 1 or 2 upstairs. They have an annual members show for local artists, as this is a very active artist area with lots of studios and galleries. We enjoyed a Frank Lloyd Wright exhibit on interiors, a German print maker and a local multi-media contemporary artist.
Very interesting shows right now
Jun 19, 2014 by: Elise D from Mendham, NJ
There are 4 shows right now. The contemporary furniture by german-born Vicco von Voss is artful and sensuous. The american landscape painters from Bierstadt to Wyeth is very interesting- from a private collection so there are unknown paintings by this group of fine artists. The Rosa Parks exhibit includes the original illustrations used for the Caldecott Medal winning children's book, "Rosa." Very moving. The metal sculptures by Jay Lagemann are not to my taste.
Art Pearl in Easton
May 29, 2014 by: dpyaffe from Washington DC, District of Columbia
The Academy is small, but the four exhibits, ranging from contemporary wood sculpture/furniture, to illustrations from the children's book Rosa Parks, to the collection of landscapes, was first rate.
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