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Sculpture Garden

The John and Joyce Caddell Sculpture Garden

Art in the Garden: The Inaugural Sculpture Garden Installation

On view through Spring 2020

As the Museum celebrates almost 30 years in the Blount Cultural Park, we look forward to our future. Art in the Garden: The Inaugural Sculpture Garden Installation in the John and Joyce Caddell Sculpture Garden expands over three acres. Transformed by season, time of day, and even weather, the Garden provides an ever-changing and contemplative haven to view works of art and to enjoy the natural beauty of our Park.

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New Garden Installations Opening

Friday, March 20
6 PM

Fans of outdoor-art are invited to join us in celebrating the latest additions to the John and Joyce Caddell Sculpture Garden and see new works by North Carolina artist Patrick Dougherty and Alabama artist Jamey Grimes. Come out and meet both artists, hear from Dougherty about his installation, and stay for the reception that follows in the Garden.

Sculpture on View

Nostra Luna

Craigger Browne (American) and Marcello Giorgi (Italian), Nostra Luna, 2019, marble on granite, Lent by the artist

What You Say

Adam Bodine, What You Say, 2012, steel and cast iron, Lent by the artist

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Isbelle

Deborah Butterfield, Isbelle, 2001, cast bronze, Lent by the artist

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An Installation by Patrick Dougherty

Keep checking back for more information about artist Patrick Dougherty’s immersive installation, starting March 2020!

The MMFA is incredibly grateful for the generosity of sponsors Laura and Barrie Harmon and John Caddell and co-sponsor Warren Averett, Barganier Davis Williams Architects Associated, and Valley Bank with additional in-kind support by Warren Barrow for Patrick Dougherty’s installation. We appreciate the aid of multiple City of Montgomery Departments including Maintenance, Lagoon Park Trails, and Urban Forestry for all of their efforts in bringing this project to fruition.

Circular

Casey Downing, Jr., Circular, 2018, stainless steel, Collection of Dr. Paul Maertens, Mobile, Alabama

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Skate Leaves

Christopher Fennell, Skate Leaves, 2018, aluminum skate boards, Lent by the artist

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Hollow Sphere Theory

Randy Gachet, Hollow Sphere Theory, 2018, rubber tire and steel, Lent by the artist

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Teraxacum

Artist rendering of Jamey Grimes (American, born 1976), Teraxacum, 2019, Lent by the artist

We appreciate the aid of multiple City of Montgomery Departments including Maintenance, Lagoon Park Trails, and Urban Forestry for all of their efforts in bringing this project to fruition. We are equally thankful to sponsors Dr. and Mrs. Barry L. Wilson, PowerSouth and Servis First Bank, and co-sponsors Gage and Mark LeQuire for enabling us to bring Jamey Grimes’ "Teraxacum" to the River Region.

Untitled (Dango)

Photography of three of Jun Kaneko’s (Japanese, born 1942) Untitled (Dango), 2004–2007, glazed ceramic, in the exhibition Art in the Garden: The Inaugural Sculpture Garden Installation at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts
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Dedicated to All Those Who Served

Joe Minter, Dedicated to All Those Who Served, n.d., found metal, Lent by the artist

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Lumberjack Without a File

Joe Minter, Lumberjack Without a File, n.d., found metal, Lent by the artist

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Queen

Joe Minter, Queen, n.d., found metal, Lent by the artist

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The Sweat of the Mule and the Sharecropper

Joe Minter, The Sweat of the Mule and the Sharecropper, n.d., found metal, Lent by the artist

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Tools of the Sharecropper

Joe Minter, Tools of the Sharecropper, n.d., found metal, Lent by the artist

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The Next Generation of Sharecroppers

Joe Minter, The Next Generation of Sharecroppers, n.d., found metal, Lent by the artist

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The Zulu Chief Surrounded by Four Warriors

Joe Minter, The Zulu Chief Surrounded by Four Warriors, n.d., found metal, Lent by the artist

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Stadium Sphere no. 1

Chris Boyd Taylor, Stadium Sphere no. 1, 2018, 14 gauge sheet steel, Lent by the artist

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Oval

Craig Wedderspoon, Oval, 2018, welded aluminum, Lent by the artist

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Untitled (Nymph)

Jessie Duncan Wiggin (American, 1872–1954), Untitled (Nymph), 1933, bronze, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Gift of Vicki Weil, Rosalind Markstein, and Bobby Weil II, in memory of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Weil, 2017.3