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My wife and I travel all over the world and look for art museums. This museum is small but has wonderful exhibits all of the time. I have never in all of the years going to Boise Art Museum have encountered a bad exhibit.
Although the museum is small and you are able to walk through in less than 2 hours, I am glad I checked it out. There were some very interesting pieces to see, and I was amazed when I saw the Museum was showcasing Jo Hamiltons...More
I was drawn here by a special exhibit on Abstract Art but found much more to enjoy. Several other special exhibits in addition to the regular collection were available to view. Well lit and easy to navigate.
Was not expecting this quality of a museum in a pretty small city. Had 2 excellent exhibitions when I was there. Sculpture by Matteo Pugliese: The Guardians and
Cercle et Carre (Circle and Square), an abstract art group in the 1930s. The standing collection also...More
We visit about every 6-8 weeks when a new exhibit arrives. The permanent exhibits are good but after 3 times of seeing them, that's all I need.
The new exhibits can be very very interesting. This is a nice tradition for us. It's peaceful and...More
This is a tasteful museum. For the most part, it is on one floor and small fold-out chairs are provided if you wish to sit. On this day, the featured artist was Paul Duara. It was well organized and each painting had a detailed description....More
The Boise Art Museum didn't fall into the trap so many smaller art museums do -- trying to buy some of the lesser works of well-known artists. Instead, it focused on a collection of lesser-known modern artists, choosing to highlight particularly artists from Idaho and...More
they say it's open all year. It was raining, cold. braved the elements, bundled up and find it's closed. fenced in, can't get in to ANY of the small houses even on the property. Sign says it's on a certain street for the time being....More
Since live in a city not unlike the size of Boise, and since our city has a terrific art museum, we visited the Boise Art Museum to compare. We were really impressed by the Jo Hamilton: Knots in Time exhibit. Wonderfully talented and creative approach...More