Lovebirds

Lovebirds sculpture

The latest addition to the sculpture park was commissioned and donated by Maureen Wall, in honor of her parents, Tom and Florence Murray. Wall was inspired to donate the sculpture after visiting the web site of Dale Rodgers, creator of the Havoc the dog sculpture on Burlington Common. Maureen was captivated by one of Rodgers’ […]

Endeavour

Endeavour by Chris Plaisted

This work by Chris Plaisted was installed on. August 1, 2020. It is a welded steel sculpture, 96″ x 132″ x 72″. The work will show in Burlington for at least two years. Here is the artist statement: This is a new direction for me as this sculpture is, although abstract, based on an actual […]

Follow Your Heart

Mark Wholey with Follow Your Heart

This is our work from sculptor Mark Wholey. It is a epoxy resin sculpture, 85 inches in height. The work was installed on July  30 of 2020, and will show in Burlington for at least two years. Mark’s statement about this work: This figure reaches out to follow his/her heart. He strides with confidence and […]

American Dog

This is a work by Dale Rodgers. It is a steel sculpture, 80 inches in height. The work was installed in August of 2020, and will show in Burlington for at least two years. Dale says, “The American dog sculpture is an instantly recognizable New England icon that everyone’s favorite canine friend.” Visit Dale’s website […]

Next Stop Shibuya

Phil Marshall with Next Stop Shibuya

This is a work by Philip Marshall. It is a welded steel sculpture, 108 inches in height. The work was installed on July 31 of 2020, and will show in Burlington for at least two years. Phil’s Artist statement: I was intrigued by the way two flat rectangles of steel could so easily be cut […]

Global Warming

global warming

Global Warming is a work by Nikita Zigura. It is a sculpture of acrylic,aerography and stainless steel, 90 inches in height. The work is to be installed in September 2020, and will show in Burlington for at least two years. Artist’s Statement: We’ve lost Eden with Adam’s and Eve’s original sin, and keep losing its […]

Truth #1

Truth #1 is a work by Peter Dellert. It is a steel sculpture, 90 inches in diameter, weighing 600 pounds. The inside surfaces are painted with glow-in-the-dark paint that Peter and his wife, Motoko Inoue, carefully applied after the bolted the work to the concrete base. The work was installed on July 24, 2020, and […]