Snow Sculpture on View

With a nod to Forest Folklore, Team USA Snow Sculptors – Mike Martino, Tom Queoff, and Mike Sponholtz – carved winter’s fluffy stuff, celebrating the 26th anniversary of the Museum’s snow-sculpture partnership, January 23-24, while visitors watched the sculptors as they worked.

Celebrating a 26-year partnership with the Woodson Art Museum,  Mike Martino, Tom Queoff, and Mike Sponholtz carved “Fairy-Tale Flurries,” taking inspiration from Wynken, Blynken, & Nod, one of  the fairy-tale-scene sculptures created by artist Ann Cunningham on view in Forest Folklore: A Multisensory Experience.

An array of programs for all ages incorporate themes from two exhibitions, Forest Folklore and American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artists’ Colony, on view through February 21, 2016; check the events calendar at for a complete listing.

See Woodson Art Museum director Kathy Kelsey Foley’s blog post, “Winter on My Mind,” for warm thoughts about cold weather.

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