More than 30 original sculptures and 3D artwork will be installed in St. George this month, courtesy of the Art Around the Corner Foundation.
The Sculpture Gallery was installed in Town Square, St. George City Hall, and St. George Regional Hospital in 2019. The foundation welcomes artists to town this month to place brand new pieces.
The new collection will include sculptures by St. George-based artists – including Matt Clark, Marcia Robinson-Rouse, and Cheryl Collins – as well as northern Utah sculptors Deveren Farley, Dana Kuglin, Gary Lee Price, and Dan Toone.
Other work by artisans from Minnesota, California, Colorado, Idaho, and other states will also be featured.
Foundation council chairwoman Marianne Hamilton said in a prepared statement:
Art Around the Corner’s Outdoor Sculpture Gallery 2021-2022 will be the perfect celebration for a community reconnecting after a very challenging year. The new show encompasses a very diverse range of styles and materials, from traditional bronze sculptures to pieces made from recycled and reclaimed metal components, and features everything from a winged angel to a revered historical figure to a heavy metal rocker.
Now in its 17th year, the nonprofit, nonprofit, curates and leases sculptures and 3D artworks by artists across the United States.
Art Around the Corner’s new sculpture gallery will be installed over several weekends in March. The full collection will be on display ahead of the 2021 St. George Art Festival, scheduled for April 2-3, 10am to 6pm in Town Square.
For more information, visit www.sgartfestival.com.