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Outdoor Sculpture

The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum’s grounds feature sculptures that delight visitors of all ages. From Deborah Butterfield’s Kua to Burt Brent’s The Heavyweight, a range of artistic styles can be found. Another highlight is Kent Ullberg’s striking bronze whooping cranes that stand as iconic sentinels at the garden’s entrance.

See tSaplingSculpture-MythMakers-HiResCMYK-DSCN0517he Museum’s newest site-specific sculpture, The Dance, of a sandhill-crane pair created June 21-25, 2016, from saplings by Boston artists Donna Dodson and Andy Moerlein, known as The Myth Makers.

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Outdoor Sculpture Highlights