Sculpture in the Glen II

Sculpture in the Glen II


Exhibition on view until: Monday, November 2, 2020

InLiquid celebrates 21 years with a month-long exhibition in collaboration with the Burch Family, Sculpture in the Glen II. This sculpture garden presents work by over two dozen of the region’s outstanding visual artists.

Participating artists:
Alex Bard | Kenn Brown | Charles Burch | Brent Crothers | Brian David Dennis | Charles Emlen | Lisa Fedon | Antonio Fink | Joshua Koffman | Leslie Matthews | Caitlin McCormack | Katia McGuirk | Michael Morgan | Amy Orr | John Parker | Christopher Poehlmann | Rikki Morley Saunders | Peter Slavin | Stan Smokler | Jonathan Stemler | Vicki Vinton | Hanna Vogel | Roger Wing

Located at Rose Glen and Mill Creek Roads in Gladwyne, PA, Sculpture in the Glen is open to the public on Saturday and Sundays from 1 pm –  5 pm through the entire month of October. Please use Calendly to indicate when you will be coming. If you’d like to see the glen during the week, you are welcome to make an appointment. Due to the unpredictable traffic on I-76, InLiquid requires you to schedule your appointment 24 hours in advance. To make your appointment, please email Lily Horner (lily.horner@inliquid.org) or call our office at 215-235-3405

 

The Glen is located at the intersection of Rose Glen Road and Mill Creek Road. The entrance is on Rose Glen Road. When arriving, park your car on the side on the pull off on the side of the Rose Glen and enter by foot through the gate. Get directions using Google Maps

Selected Works

Support Sculpture in the Glen!
All donations support Sculpture in the Glen, a unique creative space to enjoy in your community while supporting local artists Please consider making a tax-deductible gift to sustain and grow this extraordinary project.

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Due to tick season and Sculpture in the Glen being in a wooded area, please dress appropriately when visiting. Masks required.

InLiquid is deeply grateful to Susan and Bob Burch for their generous support of local art and artists and for the opportunity to present great works of art on their beautiful property.