Exhibit returns to Saunders
The annual outdoor sculpture show organized at Saunders Farm in Garrison by Collaborative Concepts opens on Saturday, Sept. 1.
The artworks will include a 25-foot river dragon made of driftwood by Jim Thomson; an 8-foot nest created by Cristina Biaggi from vines; a sculpture by Page Ogden that creates spaces between the lines of the forest; Lara Saget’s sculpture, NYC Blocks, which takes glass from its usual environment and places it in the outdoors; Francine Perlman’s doors of Where Do We Go, which ask a poignant question about domestic violence issues; and Jim Lloyd’s utilization of reclaimed metal and car parts to create Chapel.
The opening reception will be held with a program of music and performances from 2 to 6 p.m. The exhibit is open at 853 Old Albany Post Road daily from 10 a.m. to dusk through Oct. 28.