Medici Museum of Art
The Medici Museum of Art is committed to inspiring, educating, and cultivating art experiences. They do this by highlighting various forms of art.
The Board of the Medici supports “Arts for All.” While the Museum provides free admission for all visitors (except for special events, classes, exhibit openings, etc.), they encourage donations to be made for investment back into the museum experience.
Currently on Display: Norman Rockwell - American Scouting Collection
The Medici Museum of Art is proud to host the Boy Scouts of America Fine Arts Collection including numerous works by Norman Rockwell and other painters and illustrators including Walt Disney, Carl Clemens Moritz Rungius, Howard Chandler Christy and Joseph Christian Leyendecker.
This exhibition presents many works of art never previously seen together. The exhibit speaks to a wide audience including Boy Scout enthusiasts, fans of Norman Rockwell, illustrators, painters and the general public who appreciate great art.
Presentation of this exhibition is made possible by Foundation Medici and The Boy Scouts of America.
Currently on Display: Carole A. Feuerman - The Importance of Being Human
Titled “The Importance of Being Human,” Carole A. Feuerman's 18-piece exhibition will be on display until Feb. 1.
Feuerman was one of the founders of the hyperrealism art movement in the 1970s. She is best known for her works of swimmers and dancers and is the only sculptor in the world creating hyperreal art installations for outdoor display. The exhibition will also include “Monumental Quan,” a larger-than-life Feuerman sculpture that will be permanently displayed on the front lawn of the Medici, said Katelyn Amendolara-Russo, curator and director of the museum.
Carole A. Feuerman’s work is already in the permanent collections of 31 museums.