Here is a look at the building facade. My cousin is at the far left, but I'll have other pics later in the week. There is a similar frieze on the right side of the entry steps. The marble is Georgia Pink marble, warm and welcoming. It is fronted by a sculpture garden which continues into a more childlike sculpture garden on the north side. Admission is incredibly inexpensive and they have a cafe that served some of the best food I've had in a museum for a long time. I'm going to focus on the art deco features of the museum for this post.
The tile fountain is a feature of the main floor central court. It is surrounded by brass lighting fixtures in rippled and cutout brass.
The stained glass windows were in the Founders Room, a gentle rest room with chairs, couches and desks, a large fireplace, and these stunning windows.
Throughout the galleries were these art deco grates. This particular one hid a cast iron heating unit. Just beautiful.