Art in the park
Wander through a vast, leafy park and gaze upon sculpture after sculpture. Some are assemblages of found objects, others are more deliberate creations. But most pieces of art employ reused or repurposed materials, and they are all inspired by the natural universe.
The 12th annual EcoArts: Lake County Sculpture Walk takes place in Middletown Trailside Nature Preserve at 21435 Dry Creek Cutoff, Middletown. Thousands are expected to attend the free temporary exhibit, “In Dialogue With Nature,” which is on display until Oct. 13 from dawn until dusk. Artwork includes a life-sized nest made from repurposed prunings, a giant serpent horn, wooden snakes placed in grass and at least a dozen more. Visit www.ecoartsoflakecounty.org for more information.
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