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Mystic Museum of Art, Mystic

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Mystic Museum of Art is a museum of American art at 9 Water Street in Mystic, Connecticut.

The Mystic Art Association, an organization of artists who painted in the seacoast town, was founded by Charles Harold Davis in 1913. It opened the Mystic Arts Center in 1931 as an exhibition space and museum.
Mystic Arts Center was renamed Mystic Museum of Art in 2016. Its permanent collection features works by Davis, Robert Brackman, Yngve Edward Soderberg, J. Alden Weir, Charles Herbert Woodbury, and many others.
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  • Super great, small, yet focused museum. Interesting exhibitions. And right on the Mystic River... with a great patio. Nice to spend a few hours here. Close to everything.  more »
  • The gallery was closed for the installation of new exhibits but we did have a chance to visit and pick up the gift items we bought online. Their virtual “members past and present” exhibit was a...  more »
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  • This is such a pretty art gallery that is free to the public, unless you park your car in the parking area, then you have to pay a small fee. It doesn't really have a feel of a "museum" since a lot of the pieces are for sale. There are however several pieces that are permanent (NFS) and some that are on loan. A staff member who was very friendly and helpful said that the gallery changes the exhibit every six months. My favorite piece was the polar bear sculpture and that unfortunately is one of the permanent pieces in the gallery. I would come here again in the future to see what other kind of art is put on display.
  • It was a cool place to stay cool for free, more like a gallery than a museum, since you could purchase artwork. I would have liked to buy a couple of pieces.

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