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A SCULPTURE TRAIL ...halfway between Storm King and Grounds for Sculpture lies Laurelwood Arboretum!
It's time to get involved in "A Sculpture Trail", a multi-year, education and enrichment project being planned at Laurelwood Arboretum. Operating as Friends of Laurelwood Arboretum, a 501(c)(3), this non-profit entity operates a breathtaking, 30-acre public park in partnership with the Township of Wayne.
The 15 site-specific locations, curated by Scott A. Broadfoot, will serve to enhance the park by complimenting its landscape and serene setting. In addition to docent led tours, school-age and adult educational programs will be developed. All sculptures will be available for sale through an exclusive agreement with “Broadfoot and Broadfoot, A Collection of Fine Art”, Boonton, NJ. A percentage of the proceeds will be donated to the Friends of Laurelwood and be applied to the installation of a deer fence, ensuring that herds, which have encroached the park over the past few years, don’t further decimate the beautiful shrubbery and grounds.
WE NEED YOUR HELP to cover installation and other start-up expenses. Won't you consider contributing to this exciting effort? PLEASE DONATE TODAY through this Go Fund Me Page.
Details will be posted on the Laurelwood Arboretum website as they unfold.
Works from amazing artists like Peter Reginato, Robert Koch, and James Tyler (installation and a conversation with the artist can be seen in the video below), will be featured. As you explore Laurelwood Arboretum during the year ahead, the 15 sculptures have been thoughtfully placed for you to discover and enjoy.
Check out the video of our very first installation by James Tyler's at Laurelwood Arboretum...so exciting!
Listen to sculptor, James Tyler discuss his inspiration for "Iyemoja" (part of the Brickhead series) and the creative process involved in creating this magnificent sculpture.
If you would prefer to make a donation via a check instead, please click HERE . You will be redirected to download a donation form from Laurelwood Arboretum. Interested in getting involved and help with this exciting project? Please contact us through this Go Fund Me page!
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- Patricia Ganek
- Dorothy Glendinning
- Joe Di Giacomo
- American Art Studio