Outside allows us to observe social distancing advisories while offering a delightful opportunity for viewers to enjoy a walk among 50 beautiful pieces of art set amidst the 100-acre campus of Pingree School in South Hamilton, Massachusetts.
To keep everyone safe, all visitors must wear masks, remain six feet apart from other visitors not in their party, and refrain from touching sculptures or signs. The public is invited to view the exhibit during daylight hours on weekends and during holidays when school is not in session (October 12, and November 25–27).
Pack a picnic and head north…
Be sure to check out this thought provoking sculpture “Humanity Unravelled” by Concord sculptor, Elisa Adams.
Set aside extra time to look carefully at this guitar sculpture (below).
Look closely – what do you see? Can you find the bike pedals or tweezers? Take turns playing “I Spy” with your family / friends – you will be amazed by what objects are used in this sculpture.
A special thank you to Concord resident, Hedi Charde, for sending us a few of her photos from her visit!
How many different animal sculptures can you find?
Explore the grounds, including the Pingree Farm at bottom of the hill.
Take some time one weekend to see this fresh air, free exhibit – you won’t be disappointed!