If you have plans to go here on a rainy day, hope that it is a Thursday so you can get free admission. This art museum only has two small exhibits which makes for a short trip. The art that was curated when I was visiting was interesting and worth the trip, but I was disappointed by the size. Definitely go to check it out, but not worth the price of admission!
“Went to see paintings by Joseph Raffael” The Canton Museum of Art is a very small but extremely well run and organized museum. The few galleries are laid out in a very professional manner just as you would see in a major museum. We went to see a show containing many of the works of Joseph Raffael known for beautiful large scale watercolor paintings. The exhibition was...
While the Canton Museum of Art may not be the largest around, this watercolor and ceramics focused museum is certainly serious about its art. Some of the earnest staff include Directors, Curators, Education Managers, & Docents that continually & diligently work to provide members & tourers with an enlightening journey through many forms of artistic expression. Visit, and visit often; as this museum does a great job of regularly changing the landscape of both their permanent & showcase galleries.
The Canton museum of art continuously brings in compelling fine art exhibits to accompany its first-rate permanent collection. This is a lovely museum that features events and special engagements that appeal to art lovers of every age. The staff is visionary and celebrates art and design that is unconventional and exemplary. Artists from every discipline share their mastery via sculpture, painting, fine art, furnishings, etchings, lithographs and fine textiles. The openings feature local musicians of distinction and the culinary skills and aesthetic delights of culinary science departments from Malone and Stark State campuses. This is a small museum with world-class ambitions and illustrious respect.