Art lovers living in the Residences along the waterfront in the beautiful city of Wilmington, Delaware get to enjoy picturesque views of the city day in and day out. With the ice on the river rink frozen over, the streets aglow with a wintery sheen and a multitude of first state historical sites on-hand, Wilmington definitely has much to offer the art minded visual enthusiasts of the world but each Sunday, the virtual gallery that is the city of Wilmington is further enhanced by an aspect everybody can appreciate… free art.
This exhibition is just one more example of Wilmington’s willingness to forego the dollar in order to preserve something much more precious—international art and culture.
A Look at the Free Exhibits Now on Display at the Delaware Art Museum
Each and every Sunday from here on out, residents at the Residences can head over to their cars, fire up their engines, enjoy a short (less than five minute) drive to the Delaware Art Museum, walk away from a secure, free parking space and enter into an incredibly impressive art gallery— all without spending a dime. The Delaware Art Museum features collections from:
- Howard Pyle
- John Sloan
- Curator Corner and more
Their famous “Art is Everywhere” exhibit took the museum’s “Free Art” policy outdoors for even more exposure. The popularity of this particular showing suggests that a repeat exhibit might well be in the works. In the meantime, Live, Work, Play residents can observe current exhibits like Nature Morte, a carefully compiled collection of artifacts ranging from bird skeletons to skulls brought to life through captivating still shots, all the while looking forward to upcoming exhibits like “The Puzzling World of John Sloane” which is set to fall under the museum’s spotlight in early June.
Lazy Sundays in Downtown Wilmington
The luxe life in downtown Wilmington, De is all about freedom and relaxation. After you rise and shine in your Live, Work, Play abode, you can start your Lazy Sunday with a cup of Joe from your coffee shop of choice and then head over to the Delaware Art Museum for a free cruise through the gallery. Top the evening off with dinner at one of the many award winning riverfront restaurants and a movie at the Penn Cinema where Imax films are paired with spectacular seating. The entire day will cost you less than fifty dollars and the well needed break from monotony is a great way to gear up for a productive Monday at the office. Find out more about Wilmington’s thriving art and culture scene by contacting us at the Residences today.
Admission to the Delaware Art Museum isn’t just free on Sundays. If you arrive after 4 pm on a Thursday, you can also breeze through the gallery completely free of charge.