Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky,
Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Tennessee,
Virginia, West Virginia, Puerto
W. Ireland Sculpture Garden at the Birmingham Museum of Art
The 30,000 square foot Garden contains three uniquely different spaces
for the display of outdoor art: the upper plaza for monumental sculpture,
the lower gallery for temporary exhibitions, and the Red Mountain Garden
Area with a courtyard for the permanent collection.
Birmingham Museum of Art, 2000 Eighth Ave. N, Birmingham 35203. Contact:
Francis Caldwell. (205)254-2565
Woodland Sculpture Garden
Is a non-profit, environmental sculpture garden located in a remote area
of Northwest Arkansas on a twelve acre meadow adjoining the Kings' River.
Natural wildlife and a 320 million-years-old history intersect with large-scale
#2 Pack McClain Road, Madison County Wildlife Management Area. Huntsville,
Arkansas 72740. Contact: Patricia or Gerald Carr, Managers
Tel: (501) 559-2966
Polasek Museum and Sculpture Garden
Stroll through three acres of lush gardens filled with classical figurative
sculpture and whimsical mythological pieces. The permanent collection of
approximately 400 pieces includes sculpture by Albin Polasek, Augustus Saint-Gaudens,
Charles Grafly, and Ruth Sherwood as well as antiquities from Polasek’s
Museum of Art Sculpture Garden
The Sculpture Garden is an outdoor setting, accessible only through the
Polk Museum of Art, for many of the large-scale sculptures in the museum's
collection. As part of the Polk Museum of Art's current building, which
opened in 1988, the Garden has approximate dimensions of 85' x 26'. It
features a large "water wall,' in which sits two sculptures by W. Stanley
800 East Palmetto Street, Lakeland, FL 33801. Contact: Daniel E. Stetson,
Executive Director. Tel: 863.688.7743
The Ann Norton
Sculpture Gardens, Inc.
Monumental Sculptures in wood, stone, and brick by Ann Norton in a
natural tropical garden. Suggested donation.
235 Barcelona Rd., West Palm Beach 33401. Contact: Silvia Primm. (407)
832-5328. Fax (407) 835-9035. Open Tues. through Sat., noon to 4p.m.
The sculpture of Martin Marguiles, formerly known as Grove Island Sculpture
Garden, is now scattered across the 344-acre University Park campus of
Florida International University. Over 50 works are in the collection,
including pieces by Calder, Caro, de Kooning, Heizer, Judd, LeWitt, Miro,
Nevelson, Rickey and Rosenthal.
The Art Museum at Florida International University Park Campus (SW 107th
Ave. and SW 8th St.), Miami 33199. Contact Dahlia Morgan or
Regina Bailey. (305) 348-2890. Museum hours: Mon., 10a.m. to 9p.m.; Tues.
through Fri., 10a.m. to 5p.m.; Sat., noon to 4p.m.
Martin Z. Marguiles
26 acre sculpture with 53 works from the Marguiles Collection.
The Art Museum, Florida International Museum, University Park, PC100,
SW 107th Ave & 87th Street, Miami, FL 33199 Tel: 305 348-2890.
Neill Corporation Sculpture Gardens
The Neill Sculpture Garden was created in 1997 by the Neil Corporation.
It was created to represent the aesthetic values of the corporation; which
include harmony between people and nature. The main theme of the garden
is the forces of nature and the elements (sun/moon, water, fire, air, earth).
First Location: 203 South Pine Street, Hammond, LO. 70403.
Second Location: 32872 Cullom Rd., Springfield, LO 70462.
Contact: Alexei Kazantsev (concept designer). Tel: (504) 867- 8619. Fax:
(504) 809- 7708.
Open: 9a.m. to 6p.m. Call Operator for directions: (504) 345 1085. Free
Carolina University Sculpture Park
East Carolina University Sculpture Park is an ongoing initiative of the
School of Art Sculpture Area. This non-profit, educational park is integrated
into the grounds of the ECU Campus. The grounds of the campus are open
to the public during daylight hours.
First public sculpture garden in the United States, Featuring American
realistic sculpture. The 350-acre colonial plantation site contains 560
sculptures by 245 artists, including work by French, Goodacre, Huntington,
Lachaise, MacMonnies, Manship, Nadelman, Remington, Saint-Gaudens, and
Zorach. Admission Fee.
U.S. Highway 17 South, Murrells Inlet 29576. Contact: Robin Salmon. (803)
237-4281. Open 9:30 a.m. to 5p.m., daily.
Museum of American Art Sculpture Garden
Situated on a ninety-foot limestone bluff overlooking the Tennessee River
on one side and downtown Chattanooga on the other. Encircling the 3,000
square foot sculpture garden on the bluff is a wrought iron fence designed
for the museum by renowned sculptor Albert Paley. Included within the sculpture
garden are works by such artists as George Segal, John Henry and William
10 Bluff View, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 37403, Contact: Ellen Simak - Curator
of Collections, Tel: (423) 267-0968
Woodland Sculpture Trail (Cheekwood)
Opened June, 1999, Cheekwood is 8 miles south of Nashville and establishes
Nashville as a sculpture destination. The 55-acre park includes work by
Armajani, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Rickey, Ulrich Ruckriem, and James Turrell
among others. 1200 Forrest Park Drive, Nashville, TN
Gallery Sculpture Garden
The garden, designed by landscape architect Joe Baasch, is a two-acre
outdoor exhibit space located in the Bluff View Art District overlooking
the Tennessee River and was recently included in Smithsonians Archives
of American Gardens. Regionally, nationally and internationally recognized
sculptors are represented in the collection.
Bluff View Art District, 400 East Second Street Chattanooga, TN 37403-1105
Contact: Mary Portera, Owner/Director Tel: (423)265-5033. ext. 5 Fax:(423)265-5944
Center of cemetary, near the front gates. Pool with 38 life-size bronze
figures created by swedish sculptor Carl Milles.
Carl Milles Fountain of Faith, 7400 block of Lee Highway, Routes 29 and
211, Falls Church 22046. (703) 560-4400. Open Dawn to Dusk.
F. De Vaux
1144 Mill Race Rd. Verona, Va. 24482, Tel: (540) 248-3317, Fax: (540)
248-3320, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
of Fine Arts
Outdoor collection includes fountain by Halprin ans sculpture by Despiau,
Ferber, Ipousteguy, Maillol, Marini, Moore, Zadkine, and others.
2800 Grove Ave., Richmond 23221. (804) 367-0844.
Garden of the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico
The Sculpture Garden
of the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico provides a stimulating environment
to the general public containing well over 100,000 plants, trees, bushes
and flowers as well as a diverse collection of contemporary Puerto Rican
sculpture.Email: general info: email@example.com
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