The Museum collection spans time and place, and includes European, American, Ancient Western, African and Asian art, Art of the Americas, Photography, and Decorative arts.
The collection is on display in the original Palladian-style building (1965), and the modern wing (2008) houses the Special Exhibition Galleries.
Folded-paper works by nine artists include sculpture and large-scale installation
145 works of jewelry and objects inspired by the natural world
11 paintings representing 100+ years of art history
Self-portraiture, from the 19th-century to today
The delicate technology and craft of clock- and watch-making
17th and 18th century still lifes and banquet scenes
Designs that play with color, movement, and shape
New works ranging from the ancient world to the present
Abstract expressionist works ranging from 1945 through the 1980s
Fairyland imagery transforms the simple shapes of Wedgwood ceramics
Showcases an innovative 20th-century jewelry designer
Unique voyage into the natural splendors of Florida during the early part of the 20th century