Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, 47 acres of botanical bliss fronting the Pacific Ocean

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    Kelp Totem (left) and Sheriff Kelp ~ Robert Burnett

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    Scribbled Eggs ~ Eileen Fitz-Faulkner

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    The Guardian ~ Diego Harris ~ SOLD

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    The Messenger ~ Christiansen-Arner Sculpture

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    Hermés ~ Christiansen-Arner Sculpture

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    The Antelope ~ Damon Scott Lunsford ~ SOLD

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    Installation of The Antelope was a well planned out process

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    Sculptor Robert Burnett provides a sense of scale

Biennial Sculpture Exhibit at the Gardens

Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens partners with the Arts Council of Mendocino County to present this biennial exhibition of sculptures placed throughout the Gardens. This sculpture gallery features the work of primarily California artists. Sculptures are for sale; contact the Gardens' administrative offices for more information at or call 707-964-4352 ext. 10. 

2018-2020 Featured Art:

Scribbled EggsEileen Fitz-Falkner    $6,000 (or $3,500 each)
concrete, ceramic, wire
27" x 19" x 19"
Location: Succulent Garden

The Guardian, Diego Harris – SOLD*   $7,000 
corten steel with re-bar structure
10' x 6' x 4'
Location: Heath & Heather Garden

The AntelopeDamon Scott Lunsford – SOLD*    $28,000
reclaimed eucalyptus wood from the Santa Rosa fires
10' x 13' x 11"
Location: Dahlia Garden
The Antelope will be replaced with another grand sculpture this spring. Coming soon... Tule Elk!

The MessengerChristiansen-Arner Sculpture    $4,500
black basalt
3' x 10"
Location: South Trail at Fern Canyon Trail intersect

HermésChristiansen-Arner Sculpture    $7,500
black basalt, inlaid bronze
4.5' x  14"
Location: South Trail at Fern Canyon Trail intersect

Sheriff Kelp, Robert Burnett    $26,000
4' x 3"
Location: Coastal Bluff Trail

Kelp Totem, Robert Burnett    $13,000
3' x 2"
Location: Coastal Bluff Trail