Sculpture on the Farm

Exhibit returns to Saunders

The annual outdoor sculpture show organized at Saunders Farm in Garrison by Collaborative Concepts opens on Saturday, Sept. 1.

Jim Thomson with his piece, “River Dragon,” (Photo by Jodi Carlson)

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.


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