MOAS’s newest accompaniment of the Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art is based next to the 352 South Nova Road, Daytona Beach, FloridaThe new museum has an extraordinary collection of Florida art: art created by Florida artists that lived in FL or were just traveling through. It is well designed with plenty of space for many art lovers to enjoy the arts at the identical time. 

Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum architecture photography by Tony Giese

Early morning exterior of Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum architecture captured by Tony Giese Photography.

The building is elegant with it’s 50-foot-tall high entrance, modern museum and state-of-the-art know how in showcasing and protection of paintings that span nearly 200 years of Florida history from the 1800s timeline into our world today.

Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum architecture photography by Tony Giese

Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum 50-foot-tall high entrance architecture photographed by Tony Giese Photography

The Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Art exhibits the biggest addition of Florida master oil and watercolor paintings that consists of over 2,600 paintings. The Brown Museum is greater than just a conventional art museum; it is a good old days museum, with the days of old Florida told through collections of art.

Early morning exterior of Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum architecture photography by Tony Giese

Dusk exterior of Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum architecture photographed by Tony Giese Photography.

Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum architecture emulates the rustic style of Old Florida Cracker-style homes. The 26,000 square foot new building reflects s a testament to Florida’s natural beauty and is a fitting way to start your journey through the Daytona Beach museum dedicated entirely to Florida art.

Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum architecture photography by Tony Giese

Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum emulates the rustic style architecture photographed by Tony Giese Photography.

Works of acclaimed artists are certainly an extraordinary portion of the Brown’s collection, as are the paintings by secondary known artists who painted Florida’s natural landscapes in scenes that seldom exist today.

Absolutely worth a visit!