Sculpture Walk

The boys and I went up to Meredith, New Hampshire earlier this week to spend some time at a friend’s lake house.  As we walked into the town of Meredith for dinner one night we I was stricken by how lovely it was to be able to appreciate some gorgeous art installations along the way.  34 sculptures in all dot the lakefront and beautify the town.  For the 3rd year in a row the town of Meredith has welcomed artists from throughout the Northeast to display their work as part of the Meredith Sculpture Walk.  Since its beginning, some of the sculptures have actually been donated to the town to serve as permanent art to be appreciated year after year.  Many others are refreshed yearly….giving new artists the opportunity to participate and residents and visitors the opportunity to appreciate new pieces of art.

It reminded me of our very own Gloucester HarborWalk.  Something else that I am completely in love with.  If you have not taken the opportunity to complete the walk and read the 42 stories that tell Gloucester’s rich history, you really should.

READ MORE ABOUT THE GLOUCESTER HARBORWALK HERE

READ MORE ABOUT THE MEREDITH SCULPTURE WALK HERE

Below is a map of the Sculpture Walk and just a few of the installations

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One thought on “Sculpture Walk

  1. Excellent sharing here and I like the how much it brings you home too! 🙂 Dave & Kim:-)

    Remember the childhood friends and first girlfriend that way :-O Dave (Alice) or foundational friends never really leave you as they are always a resident in your thoughts and heart! 🙂

    Smokie – Living Next Door to Alice (Official Video)

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