The 35th Annual Sculpture in the Garden show is taking place at North Carolina Botanical Garden, 100 Mason Farm Road (on the UNC Chapel Hill campus) from September 17 to December 2, 2023.
You can come by and see the sculptures in the outdoor garden setting during the Garden’s normal hours:
- Tuesday to Saturday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The Garden is closed on Mondays and University holidays, including Thanksgiving.
Admission to the Garden is free, but there’s a suggested $5 donation to Sculpture in the Garden.
Please check out our write-up on the Display Gardens, Coker Arboretum and Battle Park here as well as 10 botanical gardens in the Triangle.
The show features work from 57 artists. The sculptures are spread out across the display gardens, so it’s a great chance to explore the gardens and enjoy the fall weather.
The show is geared to all ages, and includes sculptures from tiny to massive, both abstract and figurative, in many media.
Most of the sculptures in the show are for sale, but all remain on site until the end of the show.
- Nana Abreu Beau Lyday
- G.R. Amaya-Baron Mac McCusker
- Nico Amortegui Mary Merlo
- Theresa Arico Susan Moffatt
- Joseph Asterita William Moore
- Gordon James Benham Elizabeth Paley
- Ivana Milojevic Beck Kay Parks
- Julie Berkowitz Gaylord Picard
- Brick Bordon Rebecca Poston
- Carol Brainard Ryan Rakouskas
- Brenda Brokke DeDe Richardson
- Joe Coates David Roswell
- Alina Cochran Keith Savage
- Nileena Dash Anna Schroeder
- Pat Ray Day Wendy Scott
- R J Dobs Helen Seebold
- Charlie Evergreen Colleen Black Semelka
- Steve Fagan Judith Simpson
- Lawrence Feir Hamidou Sissoko
- Holly Felice Sam Spiczka
- Karen Stevens Fisher Kimberly Sudkamp
- Marlee Franczak Gary Taber
- Ben Galata Douglas Tilden
- Jim Gallucci Anju Tumuluri
- Forrest Greenslade Michael Waller
- Scott Harris Bronwyn Watson
- Jason Heisley Timothy Werrell
- Frank Holder Roberta Wood
- Tinka Jordy
More Art Events in the Triangle
Check out a calendar of art events in the Triangle or look at a few of them here: