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More than eighty contemporary sculptures by members of NESA fill the grounds and the three galleries on the second floor of the Eustis Estate in Milton, Mass. The estate, in an eighty-acre picturesque setting at the base of the Blue Hills, is the perfect backdrop for art that uses material related to landscape and the environment.
“By its very nature, sculpture is transformation. A block of marble becomes graceful curves in an abstract carving, a lump of clay is shaped into a vessel, and scrap metal is fashioned into an intriguing three-dimensional statement. From these transformations come new perspectives,” said NESA Executive Director Marilyn Ewer.
Changing Landscape explores how sculpture has an impact on its environment and enhances a visitor’s experience. The art can become an integral part of a garden, start a path, or create a focal point. Visitors can walk among the strategically placed sculptures and see their surroundings in a new way. The theme and location of the show connect the past to the future and represent Historic New England’s commitment to landscape preservation.
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From June through October the Eustis Estate is open from Wednesday to Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Visit our events calendar for information on programs related to the exhibition, including sculpture walks and family workshops. Make sure to tag Instagram photos with #EustisSculpture for a chance to be featured on our feed.
See highlights from the exhibition below.
See a complete list of artists here.
About New England Sculptors Association
NESA, one of the oldest sculptors’ associations in the United States, was organized in 1948 and represents a diverse membership of nationally and regionally recognized sculptors. The association’s mission is to educate people of all ages about sculpture through exhibitions, panel discussions, workshops, and other events. Its 140 members are from all over New England. Their work is shown throughout the world and represented in numerous private and museum collections.