One of my favorite Museum memories is when I took my young daughter here and she fell in love with the Lachaise sculpture. It’s a robust lady and she was a small child, and she couldn’t get over the big bottom on the big sculpture. And to this day—my daughter is 36 years old— just about every time I come to the Museum, I take a picture of the Lachaise and send it to my daughter Kristen.
Community volunteer, avid runner and cyclist, Museum docent
I describe the Museum as a place where we can come to have conversation. A place where we can have hope. A place where we can share our differences. I feel there’s no right and wrong here at the Museum. That maybe an artist has an idea of what they wanted to portray or depict in a painting or a sculpture, but we can have our own interpretation of what that picture means.