1st Public Sculpture at Park Hill Orchard in Easthampton, MA, where Culture meets Horticulture: 22 sculptures and installations by 16 local and regional Artists displayed along a path meandering through apple and pear trees, raspberry and blueberry bushes.
GRAND OPENING: August 13, 2-5pm. Then open every day from dawn to dusk until October 30th.
Art and nature overlooking the Pioneer Valley in the light shadow of Mt Tom as backdrop.
Art in the Orchard is funded in part by a grant from the Easthampton Cultural Council, a local agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
|Tim de Christopher (website)||Stone|
|Piper Foreso (website)||Steel, plate glass, dichroic glass|
|Susan Halls (website)||High fired terracotta|
|Matt Evald Johnson (website)||Forged and fabricated Steel|
|Marty Klein (website)||Wrought Iron|
|Robert Markey (website)||Ferrocement, Mosaics (mirror, marble, smalti, gold)|
|Chris Millette (website)||Wood|
|Lauren Mills (website)||Cast Bronze|
|Maggie Nowinski (website)||Mixed media installation|
|Kamil Peters (website)||Reclaimed metal|
|Karen Rossi (website)||Steel, Aluminum, Steel and Paint|
|Brace Thompson (website)||Steel|
|Bob Turan (website)||Welded Painted Steel, stainless steel, polished concrete|
|Chris Woodman||Repurposed Steel Saw blades, clock springs|