Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art is the only museum in North America dedicated strictly to Agrarian Art. The museum is ideally located in the boyhood home of world-famous artist, Dale Nichols, and has acquired a large following since it opened its doors in 2007.
The museum features a number of exhibits throughout the year, and recently kicked off their national touring ‘Dale Nichols: Transcending Regionalism’ exhibit and book project. The exhibit and book will be featured in 3 museums in the US, and has already won several awards and recognitions.
Bone Creek Museum is a non-profit organization, and is supported by charitable gifts and donations. Tours are available, or you can spend a quiet afternoon enjoying the many impressive works of art at your own pace.
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