Noyes Museum of Art (The)
The Noyes Museum of Art, just 15 minutes from Atlantic City, New Jersey wonderfully blends artistic creations with a beautiful natural setting. Opened in 1983, The Noyes Museum was the vision of entrepreneurs Fred W. Noyes, Jr. and Ethel Noyes, who also created the Historic Towne of Smithville, a wonderful shopping and dining destination just 1 ½ miles north of the Musuem. The Noyeses were avid collectors of art and antiques. An academically-trained artist, Fred Noyes reflected his love of South Jersey's natural features in his artwork. The Museum's permanent collection contains many of the Noyeses' paintings and personal collections.
Today, the Noyes Museum maintains our founders' dedication to preserving, interpreting and exhibiting the art and cultural heritage of southern New Jersey. As the only art museum in the region, The Noyes seeks to serve residents and visitors by presenting stimulating exhibitions and programs. The Noyes Museum displays a growing collection of American fine and folk art, an exceptional collection of vintage bird decoys, and outstanding special exhibitions featuring works by leading regional and national artists, plus programs, workshops and community events.
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