In fact, as your tour to view the pleasing series of displays, be assured, you’ll never get lost, as rooms flow into one another a circular design. Beautiful and full of variety, the eyes feast on paintings, sculpture, glass work, unique objects, furniture, miniature cameos and illustrations.
The Currier is exciting with three floors full of surprise. its palatial in style but without grandiosity.
When I visited it in August, the astonishing work of three children’s illustrators was part of a special exhibition, called Beyond Words.
Illustrator, David Caroll gave a book reading and entertained the children. He also did a book signing. His nature drawings of animals and trees are phenomenal. The turtles he drew were exquisite.
The Currier is totally integrated into the community. Every month fabulous events take place that get kids and adults creating art and learning about art, music and more and how it all relates to art. Have you ever heard of a museum that sponsors a café for Alzheimer’s sufferers to enjoy art for a day with loved ones? This caring museum did this.