Walk into the Corning Museum of Glass, and its three floors worth of things to see might be daunting.
My dear wife Karen grabbed the maps at the admission booth and planned our strategy.
They neatly broke up rooms into art and history.
I could picture these glass works being of MOMA quality. (That’s Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan, where I’d love to go with my dear wife post-COVID.)
The hanging art just above is made from meats! How cool is that?!
The addition of a splash of color in this case made me happy, too.
These artists really are creative.
I was struck with the feeling that at the Corning Museum of Glass, the rooms themselves were a work of art.