This museum starts slow with renaissance women painters on the first floor, then a limited selection and cafe on the second. The third floor was a quilt show which was ell presented but somewhat dry. But, oh, the fourth floor! Some really great contemporary art pieces -- don't miss the sculpture room in the back! The tire sculptures were particularly wonderful, as well as the confection dress and the crochet-covered plastic dog. Less obvious pieces are equally accomplished. The museum certainly builds to a crescendo and doesn't disappoint.
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