Seraph, Snow, and Sun

seraph snow and sun

When there is fresh snow on the ground and sun comes out, Seraph the sculpture throws lovely blue colors on the snow. Of course, the location of the shadows and the blue colors will change all day because… either the earth is turning or the sun is moving, not sure which. But whenever it snows […]

Seraph Gifted to Burlington

The tall blue sculpture called Seraph has been gifted to the Town of Burlington by sculptor Joseph Ferguson. It took lots of work by Sculpture Committee Chair Barbara L’Heureux, working closely with our town officials, to figure out the details, but they made it happen. So now Seraph joins Global Warming (the yellow cherries), Havoc, […]

A New Litter of Steel Puppies!

steel puppies

For a while we had no more steel puppies, but right in time for the Holidays, the Dale Rogers Studio had a whole new litter! You can get yours as a reward for a $60 donation to the Sculpture Park and we will bring your puppy to your house before Christmas. ADOPT YOUR PUPPY NOW!

Ice Cream Social – Saturday, August 20th

The Ice Cream Social on August 20 was a great success on all fronts.  Khara from Kaleidoscope Entertainment delighted dozens of kids with ballon animals. The team from Wegmans brought a chest full of ice cream which was very welcome on the hot August day. The Sculpture Park Committee took in lots of donations and […]

Follow Your Heart Is Back!

Follow Your Heart at Burlington Sculpture Park

The spirited young person telling us all to follow our hearts – is back.  After a nice cleaning and paint refresh, Follow Your Heart is back on a new concrete pad (thank you to Burlington DPW!), keeping Havoc the Dog company on the corner of the common. Follow Your Heart is reaching outwards and is […]

Send Us Your Photos!

dancers at The Sculpture Park

These young ladies, Emma and Charlotte, were inspired to dance along with Meadow Dancer while their mom captured the moment. We encourage everyone who wants to – to take photos at the Sculpture Park and send them to us using our Contact Form. We can add photos to the gallery for each work, or if […]

Temporary Signs In Place

sculpture park signs

All the new sculptures in the park now have temporary paper and foam core signs up. The “real” metal signs are on order but they will look pretty much the same. Now when you walk the park you can see the name of the work, the medium, and the name of the sculptor. Plus you […]

Toe Dancer Installed

On Thursday, July 14th, sculptor John Bonsignore brought his lovely work, Toe Dancer, to Burlington and we installed on its new concrete base. Come and see and look into the face of the dancer, take a photo with it. A webpage for Toe Dancer including a video chat with John Bonsignore will be available soon. […]

Concrete Bases for New Works

On Wednesday, July 6th, Burlington’s DPW oversaw the pouring of three new concrete bases for sculptures. Two of the bases will host new works (stay tuned) and one will be the new home for Follow Your Heart. By the way, the idea for the round sculpture pads came from DPW’s Frank Anderson, who, after hearing […]

Rybee House Arrives, Next Stop Shibuya Moves On

Rybee House #3 At Burlington Sculpture Park

On Friday, June 17, Stephen Klema, assisted by his wife Patty Weise, drove from their home in northwest Connecticut, 3 hours to Burlington to assemble and install the delightful work, Ry bee House #3. See photos of the installation on our Rybee House page. Rybee takes the place of Next Stop Shibuya which is moving […]