There is free parking and the admission to the museum is free. There is a small but very nice garden in front of the building with about a dozen of Frederick's sculpture mixed in along with some floral painting which fit in perfectly.
The museum itself is just a few rooms but they are packed with his work, enough that they remind you when taking picture please don't walk backwards because there is a very good chance that you will bump into one of the sculptures.
Almost all of the exhibits inside are the original plaster castings that he had in his Birmingham studio the sculptures out side are copies made from these molds.
If you ever shopped at the old Northland Shopping Center then you will remember this one that was right in front of Hudson's
These are a few in the garden as you walk to the museum
|Christ and the Children - At St John's Luther Church in Ft Wayne|
Just about everything in the museum is white or a very light color so it was pretty hard trying to get picture with a lot of detail in them, but I tried.
Anybody from Detroit will recognize this guy, he looks better when he's wearing his RED WING jersey, which means they are in the play-offs.
(Mother and Child)
The plaster was made in 1942 right before he went off to war. The Bronze was cast in 1965
and now stands at the entrance to Kingswood School at Cranbrook Educational Community, Birmingham, Michigan
There is much to see he here, it is well worth and hour or two of your time to visit if you are ever in the area.
We didn't realize how many of his pieces we had seen in your travels until we came here.
They are mostly through out the mid-west
They have also moved most of his studio here
And this is how it's done