15 Lesser Known But Laudable Art Museums and Studios In Northeast USA
This article originally appeared on Getawaymavens.com on December 18, 2018.
This is an excerpt from the original article. Read the full article HERE.
Last year, I compiled this list of the Lesser Known Art Museums in the Northeast for Huffington Post. Like the above referenced art galleries, the following small city and smaller town Art Museums, Artists home studios, and Art Centers in the Northeast are also often overlooked and shouldn’t be. Stop in to any of the following institutions, some modest, some grand, and you may discover a new favorite in an unlikely place. Click on any link to the town or city in which a museum is located and you’ll find plenty more to do, as well as our best recommendations for food and lodging; providing a fun and well-rounded getaway where you’d least expect it.
Syracuse NY: Everson Museum of Art. This was I.M. Pei’s second commission in Syracuse (after S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse U), and befits the focus of the Everson Museum – Ceramic Art. Boxy and weighty like a bomb shelter – the durable concrete structure that sits in the city’s central plaza is nothing like the delicate projects Pei would subsequently design. But inside, the architecture is in itself art, its muted grey textural walls and curvy staircases counterpoint to vividly colored ceramic installations.