The largest and most significant exhibition in GFS history!
Working directly with line, wire, string, yarn, and other materials Rachel Blythe Udell has become accustomed to watching her works take free form in three-dimensions in an unpremeditated and thusly unexpected way.
The extraordinary life of Edwina Sandys, the granddaughter of Sir Winston Churchill, was for the first 32 years spent within the rarified atmosphere of her distinguished family and of London high society. Since 1970, however, she has led the life of an artist.
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GFS is proud to present NJ's own Black Maria Film and Video Festival (BMFVF) with specially curated selections by Executive Director Jane Steuerwald, sure to delight and inspire. View this Event for Our Special Announcement
Athena Tacha is one of the most innovative and prolific pioneers of contemporary public sculpture. During a forty-year career, she has won over fifty competitions for large-scale public sculptures throughout the United States.
William Knight considered several other career paths before realizing that he was destined to be an artist. Initially, Knight achieved considerable success as a painter. For many years he worked in watercolor and oil, creating beautifully rendered landscapes, still lifes, and other traditional subject matter.
Now taking applications for Connections with Sculpture program at GFS. The goal of this FREE program is to connect school-based learning and art experiences at Grounds For Sculpture.
Albert Einstein was born on March 14th ... 3.14 ... the numeric equivalent of pi!
Bring the kids for treasured tales and a hands-on art project inspired by this season’s exhibitions. Gallery location, story, and art project change monthly. This month's selection: Matthew’s Dream by Leo Lionni will be read in the exhibition Provocative and Profound in the Museum Building. Hear about Matthew’s trip to the museum and his experience with colors and shapes. After the story, create a project based upon the colors and shapes in the art of Edwina Sandys.
Learn from a master of urban art! Linda Cunningham, creator of GFS piece War Memorial III, is widely recognized for her themes of transience, her reuse of rough materials, and her fluid, elegant style.
Under the direction of artist and illustrator Monica Vagnozzi, students will create a flipbook featuring an original creature of their own design.
Grounds For Sculpture is pleased to present an exhibition of work by recipients of the 19th Annual Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Awards organized by the International Sculpture Center (ISC).
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