Unison’s Outdoor Sculpture Garden Exhibit is an invitational show featuring the work of a group of extraordinary established and emerging artists, including an exquisite piece by Joy Brown that recently had a home on Broadway in NYC. Feel free to bring a picnic and wander through Unison’s woodland paths. The Sculpture Garden is open year-round from dawn till dusk and open to the public with free admission. Unison’s 5-acre park-like sculpture garden is a country setting laced with paths that weave their way through the woods, opening up to a large wildflower field sited with contemporary works. Art pieces are set in the woods, by a small pool, in two large meadows and make use of local rocks and foliage.
Michael Asbill, Alex Baer, Beth Bailis, Stuart Bigley, Hans Van de Bovenkamp, Joy Brown, Alfredo Cardenas, Dennis Connors, Hanna Eshel, Deborah Goldman, Masao Gozu, Nicolae Golici, Amanda Heidel, Rhonda Hennrich, Kazuo Kawasumi, David Kucera, Michael Lalicki, James Murray, Christina Nalty, Annie O’Neill, Katalin Pazmandi, Michael Poast, Steve Porter, Johnny Poux, Matt Pozorski, Michiko Rupnow, Bob Schuler, Kaete Brittin Shaw, Bill Shillalies, David Skora, Steve Spencer, Norman Tinker, Susan Togut, Kevin Vanhentenryck, Alex Uribe, & Suiyoung Yao

Composed to Decompose

Annual Curated Eco-Materialism Exhibit

Zachary Skinner “Bush Hut Rainwater Farm”