Artists in the Garden

Carole A. Feuerman

Carole A. FeuermanCarole A. Feuerman is recognized as a pioneering figure in the world of hyperrealist sculpture. Together with Hanson and De Andrea, Feuerman is one of the three artists that started the Hyperrealism movement in the late seventies by making sculptures portraying their models in a life-like manner.

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Laurie Tennent

Laurie Tennent artistLaurie Tennent is an American artist known for her distinctive botanical images. Tennent earned her BFA from the College for Studies in Detroit and has worked with sophisticated photographic media for thirty years.

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Jacob Kulin

The interplay of materials continue to be a primary focus of his work. While metal and wood are favored, he also uses glass, and other media. He strives to integrate the perfection of nature into the overall compostions of his work. His sculptures…

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Kemal Tufan

Artist Kemal TufanKemal was born in Silivri, Turkey.  Graduated from the  Industrial Engineering Dept. of  Technical University of Istanbul, Turkey.  Not satisfied with engineering, he then pursued an art degree and graduated…

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Lin Emery

Lin Emery welding at the New York Sculpture Centre in 1954 “My sculpture is kinetic, meaning that it moves. The elements are derived from nature, and I borrow natural elements – wind, water, magnets- to set them in motion. The rhythms are influenced by infinite variables…

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Yu Zhaoyang

Yu Zhaoyang artist35 year old artist, Yu Zhaoyang, lives in Beijing, China. He was born in Wulian, in the Shandong Province of China. He attended the Fine Arts and Design College of HuaQiao University.

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Ichwan Noor

Ichwan NoorIchwan was born in Jakarta. He attended the School of Visual Art at the Indonesia Institute of Arts in Jogyakarta. He has participated in many solo and group exhibitions both in Indonesia and abroad. He is presently professor of fine arts …

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Robert Richard

Bob Richard was introduced to woodworking and furniture making while studying Industrial Arts Education at Fitchburg State University. Upon graduation in 1970, he began to teach woodworking at Grafton Sr. High School in Grafton Mass. This association lasted over 14 years and provided valuable hands on experience with a variety of materials and techniques. “There was always an underlying theme…

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David Gonya

David was born in the state of Maine. Although he wanted to go to college and become an architect, life circumstances lead him to study mechanical engineering. His specialty as an engineer was in power generation and he was active in the early days of water desalination, finding himself especially content in the design phase of project work. Over the years architecture remained his aspiration, as it was a reflection of his creative being and his artistic desires.

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Jack Dowd

Artist and sculptor Jack Dowd is quickly making a name for himself as one of America’s foremost modern sculptors. He is a contemporary social realist, a connisseur of American types, the boisterous, eccentric, innocently hilarious individuals who rarely become the subject of art.

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Archie Held

A UCLA graduate for both undergraduate and graduate degrees, Archie Held is an internationally recognized artist who has been creating sculpture since the late 1970s. Founded in 1985 and based in Richmond, California, the Archie Held Studio has produced…

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Cary and Jesse Stefani

Cary studied at Cranbrook Academy and his son, Jesse, has a degree in Design from College for Creative Studies in Michigan. With each object Cary Stefani designs, he creates…

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Dan Sater

artist-dan-saterDan is the President and CEO of The Sater Companies. Possessing over 35 years of experience, he is a Certified Professional Building Designer, Certified Green Professional, Certified Professional…

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Halloween is just around the corner! And so is our Gardens 3rd birthday!
Peace River Botanical & Sculpture Gardens are having a BOOO-day Party at the gardens!
When: Oct 31, 2 pm.- 6 pm,
Last Admission at 5pm.
What: Come in costume and join the fun. Trick-or-Treat for candy, lawn games, scavenger hunts. Masks and social distancing required.
Come to the gardens in your best family friendly costume and trick-or-treat your way around the gardens, collecting candy as you go. There will be spooky fun activities for the whole family.
This is a family event. Please no gory and scary costumes and no clown costumes on adults are allowed. The garden reserves the right to determine if your costume is meeting our criteria.
• $8 for Non-members
• $6 for Garden Members
• $5 for all children 2-12
• FREE for infants under 2.
This is a special ticketed event. No passes or reciprocal memberships will be allowed.
Visit for more information.

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