WAA Sculpture Walk 2018

Summer 2018 is shaping up to be a busy one in Washington, CT. In addition to town-wide festivals, farmers markets, outdoor movies, and musical concerts, the Washington Art Association is planning one of their biggest exhibitions of the year. Beginning in July, WAA’s Sculpture Walk will bring 50 beautiful sculptures to Washington Depot. This public art exhibition will feature over 40 internationally recognized artists, emergent sculptors, as well as participating local talents. The sculptures are to be placed in different points throughout the Depot as Washington’s landscape and natural surroundings are what will give this exhibit cohesiveness and a distinct narrative. Also, a variety of materials and techniques will be on display as these sculptures will represent different images and figures.

Goats by Lauren Booth
Heather-Phillip Grausman

Curated by WAA Trustees Mark Mennin and Barbara Talbot, the Sculpture Walk is organized by WAA in collaboration with community partners and the Town of Washington. The Walking Tour will open to the general public on July 1st, 2018 and the exhibit will remain on view until November 1st, 2018. The official opening reception will be on Saturday, July 14th. For more information on this fabulous upcoming exhibit, please visit WAA’s website or check out WAA’s Sculpture Walk Press Release.

Punch Is Homeless by Robert Taplin
Temptation by Wendell Castle

Explore Washington CT will be following the development of the WAA Sculpture Walk. Be sure to check the Washington Blog for further news and updates as we get closer to the exhibit’s opening.


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