It's June, so the new sculptures are here!!
We had a beautiful day to install 10 new sculptures for our 2021-2022 Sculpture Walk. We thank all the volunteers and artists who coordinated and handled the deinstallation of last year's pieces and installation of the new art. We were sorry to say goodbye to the beautiful sculptures that, because of Covid, were with us for two years - but gratefully welcome the new art that will inspire us until next June. Thanks also to all the donors who make this possible.

We are pleased to announce that two of our Sculpture Walk pieces - Toro! Jr and Thoughtful Minds have been located at Center for the Arts Evergreen - a new location for us this year. You can't miss them out in front of the CAE building. Check out Change at Buchanan Ponds, Wind Swept at the Post Office, and six new sculptures in downtown Evergreen. Bugling Elk along Meadow Drive and Red Rover at Lakepoint Center will be with us for one more year in response to popular demand.

New Sculpture Trail Maps are available at local businesses or from the Chamber of Commerce, or click HERE for an online version.
Spirit of Giving at Mt. Evans Home Health Care and Hospice
We are wrapping up our fundraising effort to purchase and install Spirit of Giving at Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice. We are close to our goal, but it is not too late to donate to help to push us across the finish line. This beautiful sculpture of a tree by Ted Wilson is now in its permanent home - a newly designed garden space by the front door of the Mount Evans building. This sculpture embodies the strong spirit of community and volunteerism of the late Susan Stearns, and all who give of themselves on behalf of others.

For more information or to donate, please go to our FUNDRAISERS page.
Sculpture Evergreen is on Facebook!
Check out our newly updated Facebook page. Several members of our Board have been busy reinvigorating the content of our page, and invite you to join in on the action. We would love to see your posts about walking the Sculpture Trails, photos of you and your family with the sculptures, or comments about what this public art means to you. Just go to Facebook and type in "Sculpture Evergreen", and please share our page with others. Thanks.
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