Thursday, December 3, 2020

Storm King Sculpture Park

 On around 500 acres, in Mountainville, NY sits Storm King Arts Center. It's said to be the largest collections of contemporary sculptures in the States - a mix of Calder, Libermans, di Suevero, Lichtenstein, Goldsworthy, Serra and much much more! 
We walked for hours and barely saw a handful of the massive collection. As far as the eye can see are rolling hills, fields, and woods dotted with these massive works of art. We will be back to explore even more!

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15 thoughts on the matter:

Handmade in Israel said... {Reply}

What a wonderful place! Some of those sculpture are truly defying gravity!

Shelbee on the Edge said... {Reply}

Oh wow, Tamar, what a cool place! Those sculptures are immense and I bet even more striking than the photos show us. Thanks for sharing!


Tom said... {Reply}

...some major works, I the levitating one.

Natasha said... {Reply}

I can see why you want to keep going back! I love it!

Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

I love sculpture parks!

Lucy said... {Reply}

I just love how you explore!! Have a great rest of the week xx

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

I think my daughter visited there when she took a trip up state. It look so cool!

Cloudia said... {Reply}

Thank You!

Meditations in Motion said... {Reply}

Beautiful! And you got your steps in too. Win-win!

Michelle Churchman said... {Reply}

What an interesting place! The sculpture in the 9th photo is particularly amazing!


Suburban Girl said... {Reply}

Very cool. I love sculpture gardens.

csuhpat1 said... {Reply}

That is so very cool. Love it. Thanks for sharing it with us.

Sara Chapman in Seattle USA said... {Reply}

Wow, I had no idea this park existed. Lucky, lucky you! And such a magnificent day, too.

Lovely said... {Reply}

Wow! These are so cool!

Bekah said... {Reply}

Wow!! I would never expect such a wide expanse of art out in the open like that!! How fun!