August 12, 2023 - November 26, 2023
My kinetic sculpture titled “Airy Luminary” will be exhibited as part of AiO’23.
Art In the Orchard is happy to introduce the thirty two sculptors who will be part of the 2023 sculpture exhibit. They are:
David Skora – Philip Marshall – Brian McQuillan – Christopher Woodman & David Rothstein – Beckie Kravetz – Peter Dellert – Kellie Murphy – Bob Turan – John Collins – Trisha Moody – Michael Perusse – Kevin Duffy – Robert Osborne – Jon Riedeman – John Bonsignore – Matt Evald Johnson – Laurie Sheridan – Joe Chirchirillo – Natalie Tyler – Mark Fenwick – William Breslow – Wade Clement – Michael Tillyer – Pamela Matsuda-Dunn – Anne Alexander – William Brayton – Donnabelle Casis – Eileen Jager – Alexandre Pazmandy – Elizabeth Denny – Stephen Klema – Kimberly MacDonald
AiO’23, seventh Biennial sculpture and installation exhibit set on the grounds of Park Hill Orchard in Easthampton, MA, will run from August 12 until November 26. The grounds will be open to the public everyday from dawn to dusk. In this transitional post-pandemic time, AiO’23 will offer safe, relaxing and enriching opportunities for visitors to experience the sculpture trails as well as all that Park Hill Orchard has to offer. Additional events (such as music, moonlight walks, dance, theater and more) will be programmed throughout the duration of the exhibit.
The board of Art in the Orchard is very pleased with this new selection, which will include many works never seen before, and excited to welcome the public to discover these thirty two new artwork on the grounds of Park Hill Orchard, in Easthampton, a hidden gem in the Western Massachusetts cultural landscape. Combined with other nearby cultural destinations, local wineries, breweries, dispensaries, funky shops and really good restaurants, Art in the Orchard is a Must-Do destination, and an ideal day trip from the Boston or New York areas.