I just got wind of a beautiful sculpture exhibit in Woodbridge, a town I really should visit more often.
The Beverly Kaye Gallery, which appears to be in a rural setting, also has this cool blog.
The artist is planning a garden show this weekend, which unfortunately I won’t be able to attend. (Who says things slow down in June?)
She writes: “Despite the bleak economy, the oil spill and the troubles in the Middle East, I am forging ahead and planning the 17th annual Sculpture in The Garden show. People need art, they need to see it, touch it, and experience it in a garden on a lovely day. So I have invited ten outstanding self-taught artists who use recycled materials to participate in this show.
“Out of junk yard finds, old car and truck parts, ancient tools, wire and stone, they have forged objects of desire and delight. There will be life sized horses standing side by side with musicians, rare birds, stone heads, robots, slate garden signs, and so much more. Prepare to be astonished, and bring the whole family.”