Each fall, Sculpture in the Garden unites the work of local artists with the curated landscapes of the North Carolina Botanical Garden.
EXHIBIT CLOSES DECEMBER 6, 2020
HOURS: TUESDAY- SATURDAY 9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. EDT, SUNDAY 1:00 P.M.-5:00 P.M. EDT
SUGGESTED $5 DONATION: NO REGISTRATION NECESSARY
From steel to ceramic, tiny to massive, and abstract to figurative, there’s something for everyone. As the seasons change, the plants, weather, light, and wildlife around the sculptures also change. We hope you’ll come see the show several times: it’s different every visit!
Most sculptures are available for purchase, but all remain on site until the end of the show.
Can’t make it in person? See the show in pictures
This year’s show features 61 installations by 41 local artists. As Sculpture in the Garden is entirely outdoors and spread out across our display gardens, it’s an ideal place to enjoy art in a safe and socially-distanced way. When you visit the show, you’ll need to follow our standard safety precautions to ensure the Garden is safe for everyone. These include checking yourself for symptoms of COVID-19 before you visit, bringing a mask or face covering, and keeping your distance from others. Read more >Check out our map + guide to the show and our Sculpture Scavenger Hunt: you can print them out at home, or grab a printed copy in our outdoor information station by the entrance to the Allen Education Center.
This year’s show features work by:
Jonathan Michael Davis
Judith M. Simpson
Luther “The Bird Man”
Joann Galarza Vega