An old barn beautifully transformed into a modern gallery exposes the work of Douglas Gorsline (1913-1985), the American painter and illustrator influenced by chronophotography, cubism and hyper-realism. After a first career in the United States, having moved to Burgundy in the early 1960s, he explored his concept of ''sequential simultaneity''. His art developed in various techniques, from oil to watercolor, inks, and lithography, in portraits, still-lifes and landscapes recreating his surroundings and the various climates and atmospheres of the region. From 1964 to his death in 1985, he lived in Bussy-le-Grand where in 1994, his wife Marie inaugurated the museum for the permanent collection. A temporary exhibit is organized every year from June through September, inviting artists whose approach has some relation to Douglas Gorsline’s to show their work.