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

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    'Phoenix Tree' by Diego Harris (steel)

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    'Heart Cockle' by Bob O'Neill (Colorado marble)

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    'Achilles' by Mark Zjawinski (bronze)

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    'Achilles' by Mark Zjawinski (bronze)

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    'The Chase' by Daniel Good (stainless steel)

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    'The Chase' by Daniel Good (stainless steel)

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    Creeper, by David Mudgett (steel)

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    'Luscious' by Eileen Fitz-Faulkner (concrete, steel)

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 Garden Store at MCBG for information, 707-964-4352 ext. 16. 

2016-2018 Featured Art:

‘Achilles’ by Mark Zjawinski located in the Perennial Garden

‘The Chase’ by Daniel Good located in the Perennial Garden

‘Creeper’ by David Mudgett located in the Perennial Garden

‘Heart Cockle’ by Bob O'Neill located in the Perennial Garden

‘Luscious’ by Eileen Fitz-Falkner located in the Vegetable Garden & Orchard

'Phoenix Tree' by Diego Harris – located in the Heather Garden
‘Serpent Vine’ by Diego Harris – SOLD

Download a copy of the 2016–2018 Exhibit Brochure


CALL FOR ENTRIES
Applications accepted now through March 14

The Arts Council of Mendocino County (ACMC) is currently accepting applications for the 2018-2020 Sculpture Gallery at Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens. The Gardens partners with the ACMC to present this biennial exhibition of sculptures. The Sculpture Gallery features a rotating collection of up to 10 pieces placed throughout the Gardens. Sculptures are accepted once every other year by a jury selection process.

The 47-acre botanical garden provides a premiere site-specific sculpture gallery, featuring a variety of abstract and figurative sculpture, water features, kinetic sculptures, and monumental works. Visitors (as many as 70,000 visitors annually) are able to view and enjoy the artwork in an intimate, natural setting, connected by meandering paths and quiet walkways.

The deadline for submission is March 14, 2018. Please visit www.artsmendocino.org for full details or to download the application.