The Mennello Museum of American Art


Permanent gallery exhibit at the Mennello Museum of American Art



900 E. Princeton Street
Orlando, FL 32803






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The Mennello Museum of American Art was founded in 1998 by the City of Orlando with a generous selection of paintings by self-taught artist Earl Cunningham (1893-1977) donated from the collection of Michael and Marilyn Mennello. It's the largest collection of Cunninghams in existence and remains on permanent display. Tucked away on a picturesque shore of Lake Formosa in Orlando Loch Haven Park, the brilliantly appointed museum is housed in what was once the private home of Howard Phillips, son of philanthropist Dr. P. Phillips. The cozy museum uses its gallery spaces to showcase changing exhibitions featuring American art of all genres and time periods, including originally curated and traveling shows. A lakeside sculpture garden is another attraction. The second weekend of February, the museum holds its annual Orlando Folk Festival fundraiser.