This picture of the outside building appears on the official museum's website:
(Interesting that the museum has an entry in wikipedia, but not the artist/founder herself... but probably that's a different story.)
I admit I had never heard of her as an artist, but the museum is an interesting place. Gorgeous house - supposedly the building is still her residence, but whether she really lives there is not clear - filled with art, by her and many other artists in a rather eclectic collection and arrangement.
Several pianos in the house -
but obviously not all are meant to be played on anymore.
|"Le Piano Alphonse Blondel", Artwork by Myriam Bat-Yosef|
The views from various spots in and around the house are magnificent.
Artwork is displayed all over the three stories and roof terraces.
|"The Fountain" by Vered Aharonovich|
|Barrel-Bird, by Ilana Gloor|
|unfortunately I forgot to take note of the title of this chandelier, again by Ilana Gloor|
|hallway leading out onto the roof terrace, full of works of art|
And everywhere there are interesting things to see.
I loved the view out onto the sea.
Great location, wonderful scenario - well worth a visit, away from the trodden paths of art museums! (And wouldn't I like to live in a house like that - but to be honest, I would not let anybody walk through my rooms, but keep them to myself...)