Visit the International Art Museum of America
San Francisco is the best city to vacation for those interested in exploring the artistic culture of the area. There are a plethora of art galleries in the area which display a variety of different mediums and styles of artwork, but no other compares to the International Art Museum of America. This museum is known for exhibiting a genuine collection of work from countries such as Algeria, Belgium, England, France, the Netherlands, Germany, Ireland, Norway, Russia, Scotland, and the United States. All who enjoy observing the diversity between different styles and cultures in art will certainly enjoy visiting the International Art Museum of America.
About the International Art Museum of America
This museum was founded upon the artwork of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III, known formally as Master Wan Ko Yee. Informally, he was believed by his students to have been the third reincarnation of the primordial Buddha. When the establishment was first created, it solely featured the work. For this, the International Art Museum of America has earned many awards, such as the Presidential Gold Award, the Dr. Martin Luther King Legacy Award, and even a World Peace Prize in 2011.
This having been said, there is so much to see at the International Art Museum of America. Featuring artwork from over 11 countries, there are practically an endless amount of exhibitions to attend at this museum, as these exhibits are quarterly changed. The current exhibition in place is called the Dan Lythcott-Haims “Collected” Exhibition and is in operation until October 31st of 2018. This exhibition focuses on the photographic works of Dan Lythcott-Haims, which has been heavily inspired by abstract painting, and focuses on pattern work in everyday life.
Of course, this museum features a handful of collections to view as well, such as the: Traditional Chinese Artwork collection, the Contemporary Chinese Artwork Collection, the Western Artwork Collection, and a collection of Sculpture work. Much of the work completed by H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III is still available for viewing in the Contemporary Chinese Artwork Collection.
Located across the street from the SNH Golden Gate Theatre, the International Art Museum of America is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Also located nearby this establishment is the HTL 587, which offers impressive guest amenities and friendly staffing. This hotel ensures that your stay here will be as comfortable as it can possibly be, making it the perfect place to reside while in San Francisco.
Stay at HTL 587
While exploring the International Art Museum of America, enjoy your stay at the HTL 587. Located conveniently within 1.2 miles of the hotel, the HTL 587 offers the best rates when you book directly at: www.htl587.com.