Sculpture Garden

Weather permitting, view our permanent collection of outdoor sculpture on the Museum’s grounds.

Mariachi Band by Wayne Trapp | Large painted steel abstract sculpture composed of various shapes attached together with rods, elements painted purple, yellow, pink, turquoise, and red. Created for the 1999/2000 outdoor sculpture competition and exhibition “Blurring the Lines ’99.” Purchased for the collection in 2000. Accessioned into permanent collection in 2003. | Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Glore III
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Little Big House by Greg Shelnutt | Sculpture consists of steel versions of household objects arranged in a “room”: two armed lamp with pierced lamp shades, low wingback armchair with bulging seat, square end table, open book, low round tripod stand, radiator, broom, and partially open window with brush and can on windowsill. Created for the sculpture competition and exhibition “Blurring the Lines” 1997/1998. Purchased in 1999 for the museum’s collection. Accessioned into permanent collection in 2003. | Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Glore III
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Avatar by Martin Payton | Large steel sculpture with column made up of different shapes at top, with two small steel “arms” with shapes in between projecting out from column. Column on tripod base with steel arms, each made up of different shapes such as animals, etc. Created for the juried sculpture competition and exhibition “Blurring the Lines” 1997/1998. Purchased in 1999 for museum’s collection. Accessioned into permanent collection in 2003. | Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Glore III
Arrows by Daniel Millspaugh | Six arrowheads, of the Native American type, in cast aluminum with long cast aluminum shafts. Pointed into ground. Created for and exhibited in juried outdoor sculpture competition and exhibition "Blurring the Lines" in 1997/1999. Purchased for the museum in 1999. Accessioned into permanent collection in 2003. | Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Glore III
Arrows by Daniel Millspaugh | Six arrowheads, of the Native American type, in cast aluminum with long cast aluminum shafts. Pointed into ground. Created for and exhibited in juried outdoor sculpture competition and exhibition “Blurring the Lines” in 1997/1999. Purchased for the museum in 1999. Accessioned into permanent collection in 2003. | Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Glore III
Coat by Anne Rowles | Oversized coat shaped out of chicken wire. Created for the 1999/2000 juried sculpture competition and exhibition "Blurring the Lines '99." Purchased for the museum's collection in 2000. Accessioned into the permanent collection in 2003. | Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Glore III
Coat by Anne Rowles | Oversized coat shaped out of chicken wire. Created for the 1999/2000 juried sculpture competition and exhibition “Blurring the Lines ’99.” Purchased for the museum’s collection in 2000. Accessioned into the permanent collection in 2003. | Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Glore III
Spiral Towers by Daniel Millspaugh | Group of seven aluminum columns of varying heights with patterned sides. Loaned to the museum for its outdoor sculpture garden for a number of years. Donated to WKMA in 2004. | Gift of Daniel Millspaugh
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Tools of the Daghda by Roger Halligan | Tall columnar concrete piece with smaller rough concrete and steel pieces surrounding it on the ground. Created for the “Blurring the Lines ’99” outdoor sculpture competition and exhibition.
In-Transit by Jackson Martin | Rebar with woven and coated polyester Created for the Out in the Open: Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition.
In-Transit by Jackson Martin | Rebar with woven and coated polyester Created for the Out in the Open: Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition.
Duplexity by Charlie Brouwer | Wood Created for the Out in the Open: Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition.
Duplexity by Charlie Brouwer | Wood Created for the Out in the Open: Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition.
Settle by Marc Maiorana | Steel Created for the Out in the Open: Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition.
Settle by Marc Maiorana | Steel Created for the Out in the Open: Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition.
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