Racine Art Museum
From the Racine Art Museum website:
"Racine Art Museum is located in Racine, Wisconsin, an historic community on the shores of Lake Michigan. RAM's national reputation is built on its collection of contemporary crafts, the award-winning architecture, and its nationally recognized exhibition program. RAM has the largest craft collection in the United States. Over the last 10 years, RAM's holdings have almost quadrupled, from 2,200 to over 8,000 pieces.
Works of art in wood are a portion of the Racine Art Museum's collection that has grown in recent years. RAM's wood collection already features remarkable examples of contemporary furniture, including sculptural pieces by artists like Wendell Castle. Recently, the museum has begun to develop a collection of turned vessels from artists, such as Mark Lindquist and Edward Moulthrop, that highlight the natural characteristics of wood itself."
Address: 441 Main Street
Web Site: www.ramart.org