|Vibrant and intricate Chihuly Glass Art|
|Loved the snow cover in this winter Western painting.|
|This painting seems to invite us on an adventure!|
|Hello, Mr. Bison!|
Richard Rhodes' Stone Wave provides a not-to-be-missed moment. When visiting the museum, be sure to take the opportunity to view the exhibit from various vantage points and windows. Rhodes constructed the sculpture from 650 500-year-old pavers from China--in China! The sculpture was then taken apart and reassembled in Tacoma Pretty intriguing! The glass floats on the sculpture are the work of Dale Chihuly.
|Whimsical combination of art!|
|Many Dale Chihuly treasures to enjoy!|
We were treated to an interesting visiting exhibit: Edvard Munch and the Sea. We typically think of The Scream when we hear of Munch. So, I was particularly intrigued by the Norwegian seascapes.
|Edvard Munch seascape from traveling exhibit.|
Things to know:
- TAM's gift shop is home to many products that are made in the U.S.A. including . TAM is always trying to add more products. When you visit, ask the store manager and she will gladly explain the products to you.
- If available, be sure to go upstairs and take a peek of the view from the terrace. The sky was pretty cloudy during our visit but we could make out a bit of Mt. Rainier.
- If you happen to visit during a Third Thursday, evening visits are FREE 5PM-8PM.
- Check for FREE Audio Tours that you can download for some of the exhibits. Don't forget your earbuds for your phone!
**Thank you to Travel Tacoma for hosting our visit! Complimentary admission was provided to bring you this review!