Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit
The ninth annual Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit will open on September 1 and close November 4, 2018 on the campus of Pingree School. A reception with the artists is planned for Sunday, September 16 beginning at 1:00 p.m. We are very excited that George Fifield, executive director of Boston Cyberarts and a leader in the emerging field of digital sculpture, is our honorary chair and will speak at the reception. He was responsible for last year’s augmented reality sculptures at the Salem Maritime National Historic Site.
This year’s Flying Horse exhibit will feature more than 50 works by artists from all over New England as well as from New York and as far away as California and New Mexico. The pieces are created in many different media, including wood, glass, bronze, recycled metal, steel, cotton, and fiberglass. There will be interactive pieces such as a 25-foot musical fence built by the Pickup Music Project in Somerville.
The Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit has become one of the largest temporary outdoor displays of sculpture in New England, and Pingree School is the only secondary school in the country to host such an exhibit.
LARRY C. BROWN
NORBERTO AND VENTURA FABIAN
DAVID X. KLEIN
PICKUP MUSIC PROJECT
RAW ART WORKS
JANICE CORKIN RUDOLF
Pictured: Blue Moon by Gints Grinbergs