Tag Archives: Sculpture Garden

Out the Door

Posted on August 05, 2020

The evergreen I recall from childhood extended to the heavens, and courage was measured by letting go while hanging from a limb eight feet above the ground. The creek meandered – burbling over rocks, exposing imaginary quicksand, nourishing buttercups, and refreshing various wildlife. Milkweed fed Monarch butterflies and provided endless fascination. The rock pile invited both creation and parent-sanctioned destruction.

Creative Collaboration

Posted on July 29, 2015

I enjoy seeing young people get creative . . . I’d be an awful Woodson Art Museum educator if I didn’t.
The last two weeks were filled with the excitement of children’s art camps and a nighttime photography workshop. Enhance your own creative endeavors during Bird Ross’ visit to the Woodson Art Museum in early August. An Art 101 program on Thursday, August 6, a free workshop on Friday, August 7, and a gallery walk with the artist on Saturday, August 8, await.

Where Did Summer Go?!

Posted on August 14, 2013

It’s perhaps cliché to say things like “where’d the summer go?” or “these weeks just flew by!” but I am earnestly shocked by the date on my calendar. Friends and fans of the Woodson Art Museum can imagine our Birds in Art workload during the month of August . .… Read More