A section of Glenstone's main pavilion is visible on the grounds of the museum.
A bridge leads visitors from the main pavilion to other galleries, as well as the all-sustainable cafe.
The main pavilion circles a central water court, grounding the museum in its core value of integration between art and nature.
Visitors pass the main pavilion and a glass barrier overlooking Michael Heizer's "Compression Line."
Thomas Phifer's water court connects each portion of the main pavilion.
Michael Heizer's "Compression Line" is one of two pieces by the renowned installation artist visitors can experience at Glenstone.
A docent opens the door of the Andy Goldsworthy piece "Clay Houses."
One of the interiors of an Andy Goldsworthy clay house is a seemingly impossible vortex created out of unfired clay.
Wildflowers grow on the grounds of Glenstone.
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