Monika Leone works primarily with ceramics, and you can see the tactile side of her artist heart in many of the exhibits. This happens to be precisely the sort of art I like - I nearly swooned when I discovered a piece that was intended to be manipulated by visitors.
Most of the pieces can be touched, and if you visit on a weekday you're often the only person inside. It feels delightfully intimate, and the small size prevents art fatigue. You can dip into something beautiful - or buy an amazing piece for your home - while in the middle of running errands.