Outdoor Sculpture Garden Exhibition 2023

16 May 2023 — 30 November 2023

Join us for our 20th Anniversary and Sculpture Garden Celebration on Sat July 22nd from 3-7pm. Come meet gallery artists, dance to music of KOJAK, vibes by DJ Akasha, County drag performance by Ethan, take snap shots in a photobooth and imbibe tasty offerings from Onesta, Oystar, Falafel Royal and The Pop Stand.

The garden boasts over 30 new sculptures this year. To enhance the experience for visitors, sculpture details and video stories can be easily accessed using a cell phone and clicking on QR codes located on outdoor sculpture signs.

Young visitors will delight in experiencing our interactive children’s zone. Imagine discovering a lost world by finding fossils in our ‘dino dig’ created by Research Casting International! Or see the world from another perspective by swinging and lounging in the intriguing accessible sculptures by NY artist Natsuki Takauji. This year sculptor David Perrett’s ‘Geological Study’ comes to life as it lights up the night!

View the ‘Woodlands After Dark”—a uniquely compelling installation-a collaboration between Jeremy Freiburger and Indigenous Mohawk artist Adam Monture. Monture’s paintings of woodland animals—bears, deers and herons have been re-envisioned as 3-D metal sculptures accented by LED lights.

Artists exhibiting this year are:

Ania Biczysko, BARKAS, Alex Caldwell, Nicholas Crombach, Shayne Dark, Stephan Duerst, Dale Dunning, Paul Duval, Clarke Ellis, Floyd Elzinga, Jeremy Freiburger and Adam Monture, Tonya Hart, Ryan Van Der Hout, Melissa Joakim, Darryl Lauster, Rob Lorenson, Fraser Radford, Jeff Gillmor, Jake Goertzen, William Greaves, Jeremy Guy, Marlene Hilton Moore, Jason Kimes, Stephane Langlois, Rob Lorenson, Colm MacCool, Jean-Francois Maheux and Nadia Mercier, Terence McGlade, Cynthia McQuillan, Claude Millette, Tristan Millette, Viktor Mitic, Jean-Pierre Morin, Jana Osterman, Charles Pachter, Philippe Pallafray, David Perrett, Julia Reimer, Michael Salisbury, Dave Sheridan, P. Roch Smith, Galina Stetco, Cheryl Wilson Smith, Natsuki Takauji, Rocco Turino, Alice Vander Vennen.

Artwork from the Sculpture Garden has been acquired for private gardens, institutions, golf courses, condos, public parks and botanical gardens. From Sarasota to Sri Lanka, the gallery has shipped work of all sizes and weights all over the globe.