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Madison, NJ 07940 (map)
What: Seward Johnson: the Retrospective
Where: Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, NJ
When: Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014
Time: Board 9:15am, Leave 9:30am
Cost: Madison $30.00
Sign-up: In-person or by mail with SASE
More than 287 works by American sculptor Seward Johnson are on view at the Grounds for Sculpture, including a 26-foot Forever Marilyn, The Awakening and the 25 foot-tall Unconditional Surrender commemorating Times Square on D-Day. The lifetime retrospective spans five decades of work including life-size and monumental figures which are displayed across the 42-acre campus and three indoor galleries.
Seward Johnson is an acclaimed artist whose 450 life-size bronze cast figures have been displayed throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia.
Grounds for Sculpture opened in 1992 on the site of the New Jersey State Fairgrounds and currently exhibits over 270 works by contemporary and emerging artists. 2014 has seen a newly redesigned Welcome Center with two theaters, resurfaced walking paths, six indoor galleries and a central gift shop.
There will be time to stroll the site at your leisure. Maps and exhibit notes will be provided for your self-guided tour and lunch is available at the Van Gogh Cafe, the Peacock Cafe or Rat's Restaurant. Picnic lunches may be oedered by calling 609-890-6045 prior to our visit. No outside food is permitted. WT