Below are some outdoor pieces we found interesting.
We were unable to photograph their exhibit, Side by Side Series: Romy Owens and Christopher Pekoc. Both use photography and stitching with significantly different results. We really liked some of the pieces by Christopher Pekoc...modern and abstract.
Below are photos of some of their permanent works of art.
Brahma with Consort, Western India, 10th-11th century
Seven Mother Goddesses, Central India, 10th century
Vishnu Reclining on the Snake, Khmer (Cambodia), 12-14th century
Dancing Ganesha, India, 18th century
Shiva as Lord of the Dance, South India, 18th century
Buddha, Indonesia, Central Java, 9th century
Seated Gilded Buddha, Thailand, ca 1915 (brass with lacquer overpaint)
Buddha head, Thailand, 14th century
Khmer Gray Sandstone Head of Dvarapala, Bayon Style, late 12th centure
Golden Odyssey (painted wood), by Louise Nevelson.
Admission, free! We spent about an hour here; the place is quite small. It's always mind-expanding for me to see art. I think it's because I have never had any artistic ability whatsoever, so I find the works fascinating. Don't miss the outside pieces if you go.