Seward Johnson Exhibit

Life-size and world-class

Famed American sculptor Seward Johnson’s works are back! Lifelike, whimsical and just plain fun - Seward Johnson’s stunningly realistic life-size bronze sculptures can be found at each of our Quilt Gardens sites and a few additional venues. Viewable through October 28, 2022.

What a perfect way to celebrate 15 years of our own signature works of public art! Don’t miss our super-sized gardens planted in quilt patterns, Quilt Gardens will be in six of Elkhart County’s vibrant cities and towns.

With more than a million blooms, your camera roll and heart will be filled with joy and adventure.

 

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About the Artist: Seward Johnson

Seward Johnson

Seward Johnson was a visionary, artist and philanthropist that established an international community of artists with the Johnson Atelier in Hamilton, NJ, later going on to create Grounds For Sculpture, a 42-acre nonprofit sculpture park, museum, and arboretum on the site of the former New Jersey State Fairgrounds. A recipient of the International Sculpture Center's 2019 Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award, Seward passed away at the age of 89 in March of 2020, but the Atelier continues his legacy, producing and preserving works of art and design, while creating cultural experiences and expanding artistic possibility. Seward's work is featured in collections worldwide with select exhibitions in Plant City, FL; Elkhart, IN; Old Westbury Gardens, NY; and Wildwood, NJ this summer.

https://sewardjohnsonatelier.org/sculptures-home/

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Epic Art Adventures is brought to you by the Elkhart County, IN CVB with support by The Community Foundation of Elkhart County. The Community Foundation of Elkhart County supports placemaking activities such as Epic Art Adventures to inspire, attract, engage and connect people, enriching their living experience in Elkhart County.