Long Beach Art Museum

A Great Place To Frequent

Our Visit April 2007

Sue and I decided to visit the Long Beach Art Museum for the first time in 20 years of driving by it on the way to Long Beach harbor.  Being retired is great.  We can do things we have always wanted to do!


Simply a wonderful afternoon right close to home!


So real, it's unreal. Or is it?


So real, it's unreal. Or is it?


So real, it's unreal. Or is it?


So real, it's unreal. Or is it?


So real, it's unreal. Or is it?


So real, it's unreal. Or is it?


So real, it's unreal. Or is it?


So real, it's unreal. Or is it?


So real, it's unreal. Or is it?


So real, it's unreal. Or is it?


So real, it's unreal. Or is it?


So real, it's unreal. Or is it?

Looking at Long Beach continues the Museum’s tradition of presenting a variety of views of and attitudes about the city of Long Beach as well as works by Long Beach-based artists.

Claire’s at the Museum

Claire's is located in the historic Elizabeth Milbank Anderson House, which was recently restored as part of the Museum's $6.5 million expansion. Claire’s is located on the first floor of the house, which connects to an outdoor patio surrounding Claire Falkenstein's stunning water sculpture, Structure and Flow. The patio also features an unobstructed view of Long Beach Harbor and the Pacific Ocean. Click here to read about artist Claire Falkenstein and her connection to the Long Beach Museum of Art.