The Andres Institute of Art – “a sculpture park to delight the whole family,” as its web site proclaims – occupies much of a hill alongside Route 13 in Brookline, New Hampshire. Over 70 sculptures are scattered around the property, which is laced with walking trails. The property is open dawn to dusk daily, and there’s no fee. It made for a pleasant hour-long visit on the last Saturday of summer.
Mbari House by Geoffery Nwogu.
Mount Monadnock, seen from the top of the hill at the Andres Institute.
Alignment by Hoa Bich Dao. The path uphill cuts a diagonal line in the background.
At the top of the hill, a surprising seat from which to take in the view. (Yes, the seat’s from a bowling alley.)
Plenty of trailside asters today.
Drawing Sculpture/The Myth, by Satoru Takata.
Of all the sculpture along my way, this was by far my favorite:Souls Of Peace by Gerard Montonri.
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