Vero Beach Museum of Art
Vero Beach, FL
Resource Library articles and essays honoring the American experience through its art:
Ecstasy: The Mystical Landscapes of Walter Anderson (5/13/08)
In the Face of Change; essay by Jennifer Bailey Forbes (2/8/08)
Wild at Heart: National Museum of Wildlife Art (12/15/07)
Milton Avery: Paintings from the Collection of the Neuberger Museum of Art, with essay by Barbara Haskell (10/26/05)
Painted Mornings: The Works of Janvier Miller (3/8/04)
A Wilder Image Bright: Hudson River School Paintings from the Manoogian Collection (1/29/04)
The Highwaymen: Florida Dreamscapes (9/19/03)
Two Artists: Anthony Biladeau and Lucius Passavanti (7/9/03)
Window on the West: Views from the American Frontier, the Phelan Collection (5/5/03)
Pierre Daura: Reflections and Creations, essay by Kerry Greaves (10/15/02)
Pierre Daura: A Retrospective at the Vero Beach Museum of Art (10/15/02)
The Vero Beach Museum of Art is located in Riverside Park, Vero Beach. Directions: From I-95 (Exit 147) and U.S. One, take State Road 60 east to beachside, cross Merrill Barber bridge, turn right at first traffic light into Riverside Park. Museum is on your right with a large orange Haydn Davies' sculpture on the grounds.
The Vero Beach Museum of Art has been accredited by the American Association of Museums since 1997. Museum programs are sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, and the Florida Arts Council. The museum is a member of the Cultural Council of Indian River County and the Florida Association of Museums.
Please see the Museum's website for hours and admissison fees.
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