Grounds For Sculpture has over 2,000 plants and trees covering its 42 acres, living in conversation with contemporary artworks, insects, animals and visitors. In this exhibition space we invited guests to explore a sample of the various colors, smells, and textures of the garden that change every day, week and season. Throughout our lives small wonders frequently go unnoticed, so take your time and observe the scale, patterns, shapes, and beauty of organic life working together. Ask and keep these questions with you to engage your curiosity as we discover what’s in the garden.
This exhibition is curated by Janis Napoli – Horticulturist, Catherine Swiderski – Assistant Horticulturist, Patricia Cary – Grounds Technician, and Janet Schoenhaar – Horticulture Intern, with Julio Badel, Manager of Experiential Programs.
Special thanks to Sarah Good, Tracy Lee, Annmarie Holler and Sean Colbeth.