|Seward Johnson, "Daydream"|
|Karen Petersen, "Beast"|
|Toshiko Takaezu, "Three Graces"|
|Yuyu Yanal, "Lunar Brilliance." I took the opportunity to take a selfie in this|
lovely piece; one of the old fairgrounds buildings is in the back, now serving as an art gallery.
|Magdalena Abakanowicz, "Space of Stone"|
|Cliffard Lang, "Jubilant Dancer"|
|Seward Johnson, "Lakeside Table"|
Kang’s themes of adaptive reuse and reimagination -- the material used in his sculptures is elevator cabling from Taipai 101, one of the world's tallest buildings -- is relevant for our world today.
|Bernar Venet, "Arcs in Disorder: 4 Arcs x 5"|
I recognized the work of French artist Bernar Venet -- I'd really enjoyed his "Arcs in Disorder: 4 Arcs x 5, and 83.5 Degree Diagonal Line" at Art Omi, and likewise, I really enjoyed his works at GFS, including 81.5°Arc x 8 (Vertical Arcs), Indeterminate Lines, and Arcs in Disorder: 4 Arcs x 5, which is very similar (to me) to his 4 Arcs x 5 at Art Omi.
|Autin Wright, "Carmelita"|
Of course, GFS is dominated by the works of Seward Johnson.
|Seward Johnson, "The Awakening"|
|Seward Johnson, "Confrontational Vulnerability"|
|Bruce Beasley, "Dorion"|
|This albino peacock stands out from the others in its flock;|
he (she??) stood still as we took its photo, like another beautiful sculpture.
Know before you go: download an interactive map at www.gfsmap.org.
Getting there: 80 Sculptors Way, Hamilton Township, NJ
Hours: You can obtain timed entry passes at the website below.