Public Invited to Season of Sculpture, Season VII’s

Shared Ground Small Works Exhibition Opening


January 22nd, Wednesday

5:30-7:00 PM

Herald-Tribune Building

1741 Main Street, Sarasota




Season of Sculpture Presents

Season VII: Shared Ground Small Works Exhibition 

January 22- May 30, 2014


Featuring smaller scale works by eight artists whose monumental sculptures are on exhibit along Sarasota's Bayfront Drive:


Hans Van de Bovenkamp

Robert Chambers*

Rick Herzog

Linda Howard

Jun Kaneko

Jae-Hyo Lee

Boaz Vaadia


This exhibition provides the public an opportunity to experience these artists’ smaller works and maquettes [models] in a more intimate and indoor setting, that of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune’s handsome and spacious glass-walled lobby gallery.  The works presented will include wall hanging, pedestal and freestanding sculptures.


Curated by Fayanne Hayes and Andrew Maass


By special invitation of the Season of Sculpture Board of Directors, and generously sponsored by the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, works by area artists David Peterson and Jerry Soble are also on display. 


*Robert Chambers' "Elipsota" is a permanent art installation commissioned by the Sarasota Herald-Tribune


Hope to see you January 22nd!

Season of Sculpture, Season VII

Venue InformationIsland Park / Bay Island Park

1 Marina Plaza sarasota, FL 34236

See description for cost information.
venue information


1741 Main Street Sarasota, FL 34236

Event Contact
Name: pamela beck Phone: 8604800562 Email:
Contact pamela beck by email or by phone at 8604800562 for more information regarding the Season of Sculpture Small Works Exhibition.
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