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ARTS + ENTERTAINMENT | 12th Annual Scultures In the Park, 12 Works of Art Premiering April 25


ST. CHARLES – As spring emerges in the Fox Valley, the landscape of Mt. St. Mary Park in St. Charles will present – for the 12th consecutive year – a striking and engaging sculpture exhibition against the backdrop of nature’s seasonal beauty. The Sculpture in the Park event will begin the week of April 25 with installation of 12 unique works of art in addition to an array of pieces in the permanent collection. This year’s exhibit includes works of art from 10 sculptors all over the nation. On display will be

Geospire

By Tom Brewitz

From Boynton Beach, FL

Made of Stainless

Sale Price: $25,000

In & Around

By Ryan Slavik

From St. Charles, IL

Made of Steel

Sale Price: $3,000

Par A Dice

By Lambert Lucietto

From Bartlett, IL

Made of Steel

Sale Price: $5,200

Antenna

By David Orth

From Marengo, IL

Made of Steel

Sale Price: $3,400

Angles, Shadows II

By Bill McGrath

From Batavia, IL

Made of Steel

Sale Price: $10,000

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Iron Aviator

By Jennifer Meyer

From Lansing, IL

Made of Found Objects

Sale Price: $1,200

Blue Staura

By Micki LeMieux

From Chicago, IL

Made of Epoxy, Foam, Steel

Sale Price: $12,000

Ursus

By Joshua Enck

From Rochester, NY

Made of Steel

Sale Price: $8,000

Tapered Striped Beach Ball

By Howard Russo

From St. Charles, IL

Made of Steel

Sale Price: $4,000

Six Finned Rocket

By Howard Russo

From St. Charles, IL

Made of Steel

Sale Price: $6,000

The Big Bang

By James Lax

From St. Charles, IL

Made of Indiana Limestone

Sale Price: $1,800

Dark Hollow Oolite

By James Lax

From St. Charles, IL

Made of Indiana Limestone

Sale Price: $1,800

“We’re honored to have the opportunity to share the original works of these very talented artists, and a highlight of the event is seeing how much the public enjoys it,” said Holly Cabel, Director of Parks & Recreation. “As guests have commented in the past, the sculptures are each so vastly different, visitors will be able to experience a range of style and expression, all in a beautiful, natural setting.”

In addition to this year's sculptures, Mt. St. Mary Park features 11 permanent installations, bringing the total number of sculptures available for viewing through September to 23. The 5/8-mile walking path offers perfect views for photographing these unique works of art. And, feel free to spread out your picnic blanket below your favorite piece for a relaxing day in the park. Last year’s 6-month exhibit drew more than 10,000 visitors to the park.

Sculpture in the Park is made possible by the combined efforts of the St. Charles Park Foundation and the St. Charles Park District. This event is also made successful by the support of several sponsors including Banner Up Signs in Sycamore and several St. Charles businesses and organizations including the St Charles’ Visitors Cultural Commission, Blooming Color, Minuteman Press, River Corridor Foundation and the Kane County Chronicle.

The public is welcome and encouraged to visit Mt. St. Mary Park during the installation to enjoy the long-anticipated ‘first look’ at this year’s exquisite sculptures, all of which are for sale.

For more information about Sculpture in the Park, please visit www.stcparks.org.

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