Except for the 2 large-scale Lichtenstein sculptures in the meadow, a passing motorist might mistake the Parrish for an agricultural storehouse. Despite the unassuming exterior, however, the museum is a cornucopia of modern and local art. It is uniquely designed to showcase paintings, photography, and sculpture conceived on a grand scale. The expansive gallery space gives the observer an opportunity to view the art up close or from afar.
Included in the experience is a compact gift shop and a small café. There is ample parking, but getting in and out of the lot can be a challenge, especially for eastbound traffic.
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