Thursday, October 4, 2012

Serious grounds for sculpture

Not far from where we live, there is a sculpture garden that is both a fantastic place for art (contemporary sculpture) and garden design (contemporary that too).  It is called Grounds for Sculpture, and is really worth a visit.  For those of you that can't visit so easily, here is a little taste of some of the 300 sculptures that are there. Click on the photos for more information about each photo.  (And there are more photos on Flickr from this place here.)

Urchin by Howard Kalish, 2001

sculpture 262 - Halloween cauldron

tree line

To Marcel Duchamp, Artist, Tool and Die Maker, 1887-1968, by William T Wiley, 1976

Ice Ring, by Michele Oka Doner, 1989

Monet's bridge

The boating party by Seward Johnson

water feature

The scream

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