The large pottery pieces outdoors are part of the sculpture gardens' "Monumental Vessels" by Stephen Proctor. If you click on his name you can many more examples of his work.
Located in an old train depot, were pleasantly surprised to see so much wonderful work in such a little jewel box of a gallery! Please forgive some of my photography. I followed the "no flash" policy and therefore some of them are grainy.
Salley Mavor's work is in what must have been a ticket office. What a wonderful spot, filled with light. If you click on my link you can see where other exhibitions will be. Salley's impeccable work is even more wonderful in person than through photos.
This is what you see
when you first enter the museum...
The fiber art is by Tim Seger.
Onward to the work that took away my breath by artist Cathy Osman. These large and wondrous collages of paint, sewing patterns, and paper resonate with me on a deep level.
The pottery installations were superb...including the pottery installed on the ceiling in a hallway.
Work by Martina Landman
I could not resist taking a photo of the sink in the restroom...I would love a sink like this!
There was another very special exhibit which I will show you in another post...children's art and how glass makers interpreted it.
On different note, we are enjoying spring weather in early February in Southern New England. It's strange... but wonderful weather. I hope winter is treating you well, though I know that is brutal in Europe right now.
Enjoy the day!