The Foundation collaborates with municipal, not for profit and private organizations around the country to site artwork in public places extending our collection into the fabric of society.
To date, we've created relationships that provide us with vital locations in downtown Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles, Key West, Augusta, and Stamford, among others in the U.S., as well as locations overseas. These sites serve, in conjunction with Grounds For Sculpture in Hamilton, New Jersey, to strengthen our capacity to transform landscapes and to engage communities.
From large urban centers - where downtown blight is a problem - to small towns with little or no arts budget or programming, we are opening doors to initiate arts education and to encourage the appreciation of public artwork.
Below are a few noted programs and projects that capture the essence of our mission.
A large selection of works owned by The Sculpture Foundation are on view at Grounds For Sculpture, a 35 acre sculpture park in Hamilton, New Jersey.
The Sculpture Foundation is loaning 13 works to the 5th Annual Sarasota Season of Sculpture exhibition in Sarasota, Florida.
The Sculpture Foundation has initiated programs such as Sculpture Along the Way, siting significant works of art in public sites beside highways
The Grounds for Healing program creates intimate pocket parks on hospital center properties where artwork serves as both a contemplative balm and a source of healing.
The Awakening sculpture traveled to the 2009 G8 World Leaderís Summit on the environment in Siracusa, Italy.
Unconditional Surrender is unveiled at the Port of San Diego and welcomed by a festive crowd celebrating the heroes of WWII and the new landmark sculpture.
Stamford, Connecticut celebrates the arrival of the cityís fifty-two sculpture exhibition curated by the Foundation.
The Foundation loaned works of art to an exhibition honoring the artist Giorgio DiChirico in Rome, Italy.
The Sculpture Foundation partners with museums to host international exhibitions, educational programming and community outreach.
Information room describes the lost wax method of bronze casting.