Tour the Sculpture Trail
Experience the natural beauty of our Sculpture Trail, McCourt 9/11 Memorial Garden, and our 12 acres of lawn and parkland. Guided tours, self-guided exploration, and tours customized for a group’s needs are available.
Discover the Grounds
Sculpture Trail Map
Handouts are available at the Museum’s front desk.
David Smalley Sculptures
1. Double Yellow, 1967, painted steel. LAAM.
2. Portal (Gate), 2004-05, stainless steel, aluminum, granite. Smalley family.
3. Five Rings Up, 2003, stainless steel. Smalley family.
4. Warlock III, 1979, painted steel. LAAM.
5. Cloud 9, 1980, stainless steel. LAAM.
6. Menorah, 1994, granite, bronze. Loan by Congregation Beth El.
7. Beacon, 1999-2000, welded bronze, stainless steel. Smalley family.
8. Warlock II, 1974, cor-ten steel. LAAM.
Lyman Allyn Sculptures
1. Darrell Petit, Event, Stony Creek granite blocks. Loan by the artist.
2. Allyson Holtz, Star and Sea, steel. Loan by the artist.
3. Carol Kreeger Davidson, David Goliath, bronze. Loan by the artist.
4. Alvin Sher, Altar of Decision, welded & burnished aluminum. Loan by the artist.
5. Alvin Sher, Cat’s Cradle, welded & burnished aluminum. LAAM.
6. Alvin Sher, Sundial Font, welded & burnished aluminum. Loan by the artist.
7. Alvin Sher, Clairvoyant, welded & burnished aluminum. Loan by the artist.
8. Artist Unknown, Foo Dog, Chinese early Qing Dynasty, bronze with iron casting. LAAM.
Judy Cotton Sculptures
1. Adrift, 2018, driftwood salvaged from the CT River. Courtesy of the artist.
2. Dry River, 2018, embedded stone. Dedicated to Yale Kneeland.
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