Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner

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The Museum of Northwest Art (also referred to as MoNA) is an art museum located in La Conner, Washington, and is focused on the Northwest School art movement, which had its peak in the mid-20th century. The Museum was founded by Art Hupy in 1981. It moved to its present building in 1995.
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  • Waiting for a docent to arrive allowed me to visit the spacious gift shop which is well stocked with books, cards, sculpture, glass, jewelry and more. The architecture of the building is striking and....  more »
  • We came in to browse the museum gift store that was visible from the sidewalk, but as we approached the admissions table to the museum itself, a friendly dozen told us about the collection and how it....  more »
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  • Art from NW Native Americans/NW Natives. Some very wild and exciting, some very dark, some fashion oriented, not what we were expecting!
  • Stopped in on a whim (really just looking for a bathroom) and wound up loving the museum. The dosent spoke to us beautifully about the pieces on display and a little about the museum, then we strolled through the lower and upper floors. Learned about a few new (to us) artists and learned about artists that were influential to the culture in the area. Would recommend. Would revisit. Please donate!

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