The Cleveland Museum of Art

The Cleveland Museum of Art has so much to offer for every age range. With the constant changing of exhibits, this guarantees your wanting to come back and see more.

The Cleveland Museum of Art is showing the The Jewelry of John Paul Miller. Also you can see the Treasures in Heaven: Saints, Relics, and Devotion in Medievil Europe.

The Treasures in Heaven: Saints, Relics, and Devotion in Medievil Europe show is about when art is between heaven and earth. The relics are the remains of holy men and women, and the development of Christianity. This particular exhibit shows the sacred power and roles that relics played. Some of these artists work has never been out of their specific country.

The Jewelry of John Paul Miller shows a range of his career in the past sixty years and his passions. From sketch book drawings, to music and art which are his passion, you are sure to see a lifetime of love of his work. He is famous for his goldsmith ways of being able to create sea life, and sky life with tiny gold beads.

Tickets to The Cleveland Museum of Art are twelve dollars for adults, ten dollars for seniors, six dollars for kids ages six to eighteen, and kids five and under are free.