The Midwest Museum of American Art is an Indiana hidden treasure. The Midwest Museum of American Art is a showcase of the 19th and 20th century American Art, with original paintings by Grandma Moses and Norman Rockwell. Along with the original Norman Rockwell the Midwest Museum houses a large collection of hand signed lithographs by this famous American artist. In all, the permanent collection numbers over 6,000 works with approximately 900 on display at any time during the year.
The juried show takes up most of the museum's gallery space. I would advise you to see the museum's permanent collection after the show comes down. My favorite pieces were Sargent's charcoal from the 20's (I had never seen before) and a L. C.. Leyendecker. http://midwestmuseum.us