Saturday, July 18, 2015

DeCordova Museum Sculpture Park - Part 1

The DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is located in Lincoln, MA. This place is family friendly and perfect for exposing children to art.
My favorite part is the garden with sculptures throughout.
Eternal Presence by John Wilson created 1987
This head sculpture was one of my favorites! There it is off in the distance.
I did think Mad Hatter when I saw this one.
A Mile From Any Neighbor From Walden by Christopher Frost created 1999
This one looks like she is hiding in the grass.
Figure From the Sea by Elliot Offner created 1964
Feral Goose by  Kitty Wales created 2005
This sculpture stands tall and proud!
Venusvine by Richard Rosenblum created 1990

Time at the Museum by Robert Schelling created 2002
I'll be back with part 2 next week! This gem of a museum is 1 town away from where Walden Pond and the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery are located.

Thank you for stopping by! ~Val


  1. neat place! love the natural beauty surrounding the art.

  2. I love sculpture gardens and this one is beautiful! Venusvine looks like Groot's girlfriend, LOL!

  3. What a special place, such a great idea to show off these sculptures surrounded by beautiful flowers and plants! Were there any rabbits near the hat? Looking forward to the second part!

  4. What an extraordinary and lovely place; maybe someday...

  5. I love sculpture parks! The tall sculpture reminds me of the Tree-character Groot from the movie :)
    Thanks for the tour and can't wait for part 2!

  6. what a lovely spot! and all that sculpture is fantastic - I would be 'clicking away' on my camera too :0

  7. Lovely place!!!I love the face sculpture!!!
    Have a nice day, dear Val!!!:)))

    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

  8. Such a lovely place,
    great pictures too

  9. I love sculpture gardens! This is so fabulous Val. We have one here in New Orleans. I don't think you were a reader of mine at the time, but I'll post the link below.

  10. What beautiful places you visit! those sculptures are awesome!

  11. Oh, what a fantastic place! I would love to take a walk there with my artistic son. He'd love it!

  12. I love the gorgeous sculptures mixed with the flowers!

  13. You find so many great places to get out and explore! Gorgeous surroundings!

  14. Oh, I love the top hat! :) Thank you for sharing this beautiful park with us - you were definitely surrounded by beauty!

    Enjoy your afternoon, Val. Hugs

  15. I visited here a few times while living in MA.
    It really is a wonderful place, with so many great areas to explore.
    I am glad that you enjoyed it there, Val.


Thank you for stopping by! I love reading visitor comments! ~Val