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SculptureNow at the Mount

The “SculptureNow” exhibition at The Mount features 30 new large-scale outdoor sculptures by national and international artists. The sculptures were inspired by a range of subjects and include interpretations of humans, animals and nature. Each sculpture is also amplified by the nature that surrounds it, whether it is a stream, an abundance of leaves or a ray of sunshine. “More Nature Art is like SculptureNow at the Mount,” said Ann Jon, Director of SculptureNow.

Sculpture now

Where: The Mount, 2 Plunkett St., Lenox, Mass.

When: Until October 13.

Entrance: Self-guided tours are free. Guided tours by artists, $ 15, adults; $ 12, people aged 65 and over, children aged 11 to 18 and educational groups.

Information: sculpturenow.org

Tipping the scales in Chesterwood

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Tipping the Balance: Contemporary Sculpture by John Van Alstine in Chesterwood features Van Alstine’s sculptures that play with gravity and nature.

Chesterwood presents the exhibition “Tipping the Balance: Contemporary Sculpture by John Van Alstine”, which features Van Alstine’s abstract sculptures forged from steel and stone. Each sculpture is a balancing act that plays with natural forces, gravity and kinetic energy. “My sculpture works on many levels and is open to a variety of interpretations,” Van Alstine said of his work. “I believe its power is generated by the juxtaposition of unclean found objects, layers of association, symbolism and narrative.” The exhibition will be open until October 25.

What: Tipping the Balance: Contemporary Sculpture by John Van Alstine

Where: Chesterwood, 4 Williamsville Rd, Stockbridge, Mass.

When: until October 25

Admission: $ 10 land only, $ 20 collections and workshop, free for members and children under 13

Information: https://www.chesterwood.org/john-van-alstine

Land of Enchantment at the Norman Rockwell Museum

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The Land of Enchantment exhibit at the Norman Rockwell Museum features sculptures inspired by contemporary mythology and fairy tales.

The Norman Rockwell Museum has received sculpture submissions from a range of different artists – each three-dimensional and life-size sculpture is inspired by contemporary mythology, fairy tales and fantastic heroes and villains. All of the sculptures are on display at the museum’s 36-acre site that overlooks the Housatonic River. “This is a great opportunity for the museum to support our creative community,” said museum registrar Thomas Mesquita. “It was an incredible exhibit to bring to life, and we are delighted to welcome visitors and families to explore the grounds in an exciting new way.” The exhibition will be open until the end of October.

What: Land of Enchantment

Where: 9 Glendale Rd / Rte 183, Stockbridge, Mass.

When: July 10-Oct. 31

Admission: Included with general admission. Adults: $ 20, Active military, Children (18 and under): Free, Seniors and veterans: $ 18, College students: $ 10

Information: https://www.nrm.org/land-of-enchantment-a-fantastical-outdoor-sculpture-exhibition-call-for-entries/

Land / work at Clark

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The Clark’s Ground / work exhibit features sculptures such as Nairy Baghramian’s knee and elbow across its 140-acre campus.

Clark’s “Ground / work” exhibit features sculptures that were made solely for Clark’s outdoor environment, with a range of works that interact with the nature around them. The sculptures can be found in various locations around Clark’s 140-acre campus. The exhibition, open since October 2020, is Clark’s first outdoor sculpture exhibition and includes installations by international artists Kelly Akashi, Nairy Baghramian, Jennie C. Jones, Analia Saban, Haegue Yang and Eva LeWitt. “What I love about this site is that when you walk into the path, when you look down, you can see some really hard lines of modernity. [museum] building, but there is also the horizon; there are the trees, ”said LeWitt. “There is a little bit of everything in equal quantities: the sky, the sun and the landscape. I wanted to put these pretty, stiff man-made materials in this landscape and see how the atmosphere would interact with them. The exhibition will be open until October 17.

What: Field / work

Where: 225 South Street, Williamstown, Massachusetts

When: until October 17

Admission fee

Information: https://www.clarkart.edu/microsites/ground-work/exhibition

Take off at the Berkshire Botanical Garden

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The Taking Flight exhibit at the Berkshire Botanical Garden features sculptures such as Spotted Owl Mosaic by Peter Gerakaris.

The Berkshire Botanical Garden’s “Taking Flight” exhibit features a collection of outdoor sculptures by emerging artists and is curated by renowned collector Beth Rudin DeWoody. The artists, including Concha Martinez Barreto, Tracey Emin, Peter Gerakaris, Rachel Owens, Immi Storrs and Ian Swordy, each created a unique piece of work inspired by the theme of ‘take flight’. “The Garden’s sculpture exhibit is inspired by birds and features six notable artists, each offering a unique expression of the ‘Take Flight’ theme,” said Robin Parow, Director of Marketing Communications at Berkshire Botanical Garden. “The exhibition contains ten sculptures that dive deeply into the meaning of take off, including atypical and thought-provoking examples.”

What: Take flight

Where: 5 West Stockbridge Rd, Stockbridge, Massachusetts

When: Jun 11-Oct. 31

Admission: General admission: $ 15, Members and children under 12: free, Senior / reduced admission: $ 14

Information: https://www.berkshirebotanical.org/events/taking-flight-outdoor-sculpture-exhibition-curated-beth-rudin-dewoody

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