Sculpture Garden

Steve Tobin has been my friend for almost 20 years, during which time I’ve watched his work change from glass to metal, and from large to enormous. We decided to exhibit some of his latest sculpture for the next 18 months on our lawns and meadows here at Fordhook Farm in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. The following photos show a small sample. We display also works by Densaburo Oku, Daisuke Shintani and Eric Finnerty.

The exhibit is viewable on our Garden Conservancy Open Days and other Heronswood, The Cook’s Garden and Burpee events, or by appointment. We welcome tour groups as well. Please call 215-345-1766 or leave a message.

Sunflower in Mist
“Sunflower” in mist
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
Bronze Root
“Bronze Root” on Main House lawn
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
monumental
Monumental group on Great Lawn:
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
“Steel Roots” left and center, “Weeds” in distance right and “Iron Shoots” at right.
Bamboo
“Bamboo” near the Springhouse Garden
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
Syntax
“Syntax” near Happiness Garden
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
Syntax
“Syntax”
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
Steel Root
“Steel Root” with “Iron Shoots”
Photo by Kenneth Ek
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  1. Sandra Garrett said:

    Your art,plants and entire blog is very well put together.I really enjoy visitng.

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