Sculpture Park and Woods / Sanctuary Walk
1. Steel Wave, Roy Leadbeater.
2. Blocks, Ray Arnatt.
3. Bridge, Charles Boyce.
4. Binder, Ray Arnatt.
5. Queen of the Night, Michael Sandle.
6. Dandelion, Kathryn (Fodchuk) Dobbin.
7. Castle, Alexander Caldwell.
8. Sphere, Christian Eckart.
9. Mother and Turtle, Katie Ohe.
10. Crackpot Columns, Katie Ohe.
11. Woman Standing, Norman Sjoman.
12. Lantern, John Andrekson.
13. Birdbath, Alex Caldwell.
14. Torso, Katie Ohe.
15. Intertwine, Ellie Scheepens.
16. Zig Zag, Claudia Cuesta.
17. San Zeno Church, Fonderia Fabris.
18. Earth Mother, Mitch DeMuth.
19. Wheel House, Alex Caldwell.
20. ShimmeringWillow, James Ziegler.
Potential Sculpture Places
1. High points & knolls
3. Forest Glade
5. Native Plant Garden
6. Home Garden
is our gallery
We often think of art viewing as an indoor experience, moving through museums and galleries to experience painting and sculpture. But some of the best art can be seen blended with nature as is the case of KOAC’s outdoor sculpture collection. With 20-acres of landscaped lawns, fields and woodlands KOAC encourages viewers to fan out, mill the grounds and stumble upon works of art against nature finding the allure of art and environment.
As part of its legacy, a priority for KOAC is the protection of 10 acres of Aspen, Birch, and first growth forests as a green corridor and woods sanctuary amid fast development in the surrounding Springbank area. During the summer months, KOAC visitors traverse fields of gentle meadows or stroll designed walkways that meander through a wooded grove with carefully selected contemporary sculptures. KOAC is restoring several walking paths that will allow visitors to wander on trails and discover sculptures.
Kathryn Fodchuk Dobbin's steel kinetic Dandelion, outside the sculpture studio and emerging artist space.