An article featuring the Sculpture Garden at Oeno Gallery has been published on InCollect. This online fine art collection has a global reach. The article begins with a nod to art history:
"Sculpture is the science of the hollow and the bump. So argued one of the greatest sculptors of the 19th century, Auguste Rodin. Decades later, a leading British sculptor of the 20th century, Henry Moore, disagreed. Sculptures, fully comprehended, he said, are the place where form and space are one and the same. Moore said, “I would rather have a piece of my sculpture put in a landscape, almost any landscape, than in or on the most beautiful building I know…. Sculpture is an art of the open air, and sunlight is necessary to it.” "