Soon, we will have high resolution photos of the sculptures after they are installed on the grounds. Please contact Titi Ngwenya for those images at firstname.lastname@example.org
Creativity is the heart and soul of every sculpture. Sculptors use their imagination to transform ideas and dreams into three-dimensional realities through blocks of stone, lumps of clay, glass, scrap metal, and even found objects. In Grounds for Play: Sculptures That Excite the Imagination, members of the New England Sculptors Association showcase their whimsical, thoughtful, complex, and astonishing works in the woods and walking areas of Fuller Craft Museum’s 22-acre surroundings. Visitors are able to experience this exhibition before they enter the main building, as well as during their visit through the galleries and courtyard by Upper Porter Pond.
Exhibiting Artists include Michael Alfano, Freedom Baird, Gregory Barry, Kevin Duffy, Larry Elardo, Catherine Evans, Irene Fairley, Shawn Farrell, Joe Gitterman, Douglass Gray, Linda Hoffman, Eric Lintala, Madeleine Lord, Philip Marshall, Judith Morton, Stacy Latt Savage, Greg Spitzer, Karin Stanley, and Joyce Audy Zarins.
About New England Sculptors Association
New England Sculptors Association (NESA), organized in 1948 and one of the leading sculptors associations in the United States, represents a diverse membership of nationally and regionally recognized sculptors. NESA members work and show throughout the world, and are represented in numerous private and museum collections. NESA eagerly reaches out to aspiring as well as established sculptors, and its increasingly expanding juried membership works in a variety of media. NESA sponsors exhibitions, workshops, and lectures that advance the understanding and appreciation of sculpture.
See https://www.nesculptors.org/ for more information about the organization.