Garden of Delights, Part One: Brooklyn Bridge Park

Garden of Delights is the 24th annual outdoor sculpture show organized by the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition. About 25 artists from around the country contributed work that will remain on display in two adjoining public parks until October 13. These sculptures are in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

The instructions on the back of Rodger Stevens’ Public Sculpture and You say:
1) Lift a door
2) Put your face in there
3) Get your friend to take a picture
4) Come back anytime


Doug Makemson: Royal Heron Posted by Picasa


Naomi Teppich: Terra Stela Posted by Picasa


Alexandra Limpert: Untitled (View 1) Posted by Picasa


Alexandra Limpert: Untitled (View 2) Posted by Picasa


Jack Howard-Potter: Fat Lady Posted by Picasa


Rodger Stevens: Public Sculpture and You (back) Posted by Picasa


Rodger Stevens: Public Sculpture and You (front) Posted by Picasa


Allan Cyprys: Skyscraper the Father Posted by Picasa


Thea Lanzisero: Starlight (view 1)  Posted by Picasa


Thea Lanzisero: Starlight (view 2) Posted by Picasa


Courtney Kessel: Il Nido Posted by Picasa


Tyrome Tripoli: Travels With the Kitchen Sink Posted by Picasa

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    5 Responses to Garden of Delights, Part One: Brooklyn Bridge Park

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      I love Skyline, it is brilliant. And Il Nido (Wren’s nest!) is stunning too – puts Tracey Ermin’s (famous UK artist)”Unmade Bed” completely in the shade.

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