|2121 North Tamiami Trail, Sarasota,FL 34234
Open: October 24, 2013 - May 31, 2014
Open : Thursday, Friday, Saturday 1:00-4:00PM
Closed for Holidays:
Christmas Eve and Day, New Year's Eve and Day, Easter, and during the Summer for Construction
Come visit our Museum and Sculpture Gardens....a phenomenal experience that will make you smile!
When you see the giant orange and pink flamingos, you'll know you're in the right spot! Enjoy a whimsical moment
as you view a variety of paintings, sculpture and mixed media artwork. Most of the artists are American, in addition to Korean,
Peruvian, Haitian and Canadian. Our current exhibit represents a diverse collection of quality art from classic to light-hearted
the museum gardens canopied with majestic Florida oaks. View the wide variety of tropical plants and flowers including black
bamboo and orchids. You won't want to miss the bathysphere prototype, the flying pigs, the spinning ballerina, the stainless
steel rocket ship "Creative Spirit", the granite pumpkin and snow man, and most of all, the Family Grouping - and
other whimsical sculptures nestled within flocks of flamingos and lots of whimsy.
Please come to see all of our breathtaking new acquisitions for the 2013-2014 Season Exhibit!
"Tickled pink about our Museum and Gardens"
"Lace Slipper" by Joe DeMarco and granite base
by Ed Monti in the Oak tree canopy garden
The Lee Family Arch
The Lee Family Arch welcomes
our visitors with a fascinating archway of sea shells, gems, beads, crystals, stones, pearls, marbles, Mom
and Dad's watches, stick pins, earrings, Lee Company lapel pins, tie tacks, and even a minnow. These are actual family momentos and other items that represent the rest of the generous,
creative, and supportive family members and friends of Museum Founder
and Curator, Marietta Lee; such as her parents, Leighton and Marietta Lee; her five brothers; Aunt Bev; Cousin
Newy; Grandmother and Grandfather Fagan. This arch
was created to honor them and all of the ongoing hard work of the Lee and Fagan Families that made this Museum