WXOW News 19, out of Lacrosse, Wisconsin, recently featured Winona’s Minnesota Marine Art Museum (MMAM) saying it is something that needs to be shared and experienced.
It’s one of the things that makes Winona surprisingly weird. “Everything in the museum is related to water in some way, but how the museum works with that is constantly changing and evolving. Even in a city of just over 27,000 residents, the Winona museum doesn’t fail to bring in famous artists from Monet to Picasso, and even the very first oil-painting from Vincent van Gogh.” The article goes on to explain that there is something for everyone at the museum. “The MMAM brings in different varieties of visitors, but is able to cater to all interests through their art, exhibits and scenery.”
The MMAM’s Executive Director Nicole Chamberlain-Dupree sums up the article saying, “They get this incredible museum, with this collection that is just outstanding. These works are, I mean you would have to go across the nation to see what is housed right here in Winona. So it’s this wonderful little surprise, and a little secret that doesn’t need to be a secret anymore. Come on down to Winona. Come to the museum.” Click here to read the whole article.