Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities

Multidisciplinary artist
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Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities

Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities

Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities

THE GAMES PEOPLE PLAY

2020, Various mediums, 24 x 46 x 32 in

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Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities

Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities

BRUSHES AND CANVAS

2010, Brushes and acrylic on canvas, 30 x 30 in

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Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities

Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities

RETABLOS & FIGURES

Early 20th century, Tin, glass, fiber, 16 x 24 in

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Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities

Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities

DOG BAND

1950, Ceramic, 4 x 8 in

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Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities

Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities

TIN CIRCUS TOYS

1940, Painted tin, 24 x 32 in

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Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities

Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities

THE GAMES PEOPLE PLAY (from revolving exhibit)

2020, Various mediums, 24 x 46 x 32 in

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MUSEUM of COLLECTIBLES & CURIOSITIES "Sharing a Visit With Friends" People of all ages enjoy visiting our museum, but perhaps it is the children who enjoy it the most. Their innocence and fresh eyes are dazzled with our many unique displays. Please enjoy this video and make your appointment on our website to visit in person.

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Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities

About the Artist

The Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities was created in tribute to Austin artist Patricia Duncan-Brown who attended the University of Texas and graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Art with top honors.

Artist Statement

Our Museum of Collectibles & Curiosities exhibits a wide selection of objects from the private collection of native Austin artist Patricia Duncan-Brown, alongside her original paintings and drawings. Over time collections have expanded beyond the scope of Patricia's original collections. Our museum is eclectic and educational. We especially welcome children! This year's revolving exhibit, "The Games People Play", features games for children and adults from many eras.