The diorama has small visitors, and the museum is making a call to area artists for submissions to display to passers-by.
With Mother’s Day coming, the tiny visitors of the Little Free Art Museum are viewing art photos of primate mothers with their babies. Below the hand-made gallery is a sign that reads “See a Little Art … Take a Little Art … Share a Little Art.”
Nancy Starr created the museum in April at the end of her driveway on Cascade Lane in Oak Ridge. She said that the museum is her adaptation of a similar little art museum in Seattle, which was inspired by little free libraries that dot neighborhoods across the country, a press release said.
“Light bulbs flashed in my mind,” Starr said, recalling when she heard about the little art museum. “I just loved it. I had this perfect spot where people were walking by.”[Read more…]