Seventh Annual Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit

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Seventh Annual Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit

 

The seventh annual Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit will feature more than 50 works by established and emerging New England artists, all displayed on the 100-acre campus of Pingree School from September 3 to October 30, 2016. Beverly artists/art educators J. David and Barbara Broudo are this year’s honorary chairs. The exhibit is one of the largest outdoor sculpture shows in New England and includes the work of artists whose work is in museums, galleries, and collections throughout the country. Pingree is the only school in the US to host such an expansive outdoor exhibit of sculpture.

 

The show is free and open to the public seven days a week during daylight hours. A full-color catalog is available in a “mailbox” on the campus. A free app for Smartphones is available will give visitors a map with details about the location of sculptures, the artists, and the pieces. An opening reception with the artists will be on Sunday, September 11 at 1 p.m. in the school’s library. The public is invited.

 

Pingree School is located at 537 Highland Street, South Hamilton, MA. For more information, call 978-468-4415, email jklein@jkconsult.net, or go to www.pingree.org.
The complete list of participating artists includes Taylor Apostol, Robert Bliss, Whitmore Boogaerts, Jeffrey Briggs, Lindley Briggs, J.David Broudo, Joe Carpineto, Josie Campbell Dellebaugh, Larry Elardo, Kevin Duffy, Shawn Farrell, Geoff Feder, Joseph Ferguson, Yetti Frenkel, Gints Grinbergs, Hilary Harrison, Waldo Evan Jespersen, Thomas Linville, Madeleine Lord, Mitchel Lunin, Colin Moore, Kerry Mullen, Brian Murphy, Morris Norvin, Irina Okula, Jenny Rangan, Ramani Rangan, Dale Rogers, Janice Corkin Rudolf, Nancy Sander, Jesse Shaw, Gene Sheehan, Karin Stanley, Gianna Stewart, Bart Stuyf, Michael Updike, Lisa Victoria, Mark Wholey, and Isaac Witt.