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The sculptures are coming …

The sculptures are coming …

SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 11 AM

We’re very excited about our second annual SCULPTURE on the TRAIL event on Saturday! Walk our gentle paths and experience these sculptures and the accompanying poetry in the natural setting that inspired it. At 3 PM, there will be an open reception with the artists, with music by Natural Causes

CEED is honored to have the participation of so many exciting Long Island sculptors and poets:

Participating sculptors:

John Cino, David Ebner, Mauritis Bosma, Pam Jane Brown, Justin Greenwald, Scott Bluedorn, Elyzabeth Meade, Jay Sylvester, Tonito Valderamma, Michael Ince, Dan Welden, Mark Van Wagner, Aurelio Torres, Lauren Ruiz, John DiNaro, Robin Gianis, John Wittenberg, Gregory Corn, Peter Menderson, Ted Thirlby

Participating poets:

Carmen Bugen, Kathaleen Donnelly, Mary Garcia, Russ Green, Adam Greenwald, Gladys Henderson, Nancy Keating, Mindy Kronenberg, Manh (Walter Harris III), Claude Meyers, Haim Mizrahi, Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan, Kelly Powell, Orel Protopopescu, Tom Stock, Pramila Venkateswaran, James Wagner, George Wallace, Michelle Whittaker, Chip Wiliford,

Food and drink will be available for purchase, and there will be opportunity to purchase artists’ catalogs. Local nature and sustainability organizations will join the exhibit to provide ways for guests to make connections to nature and art.

SCULPTURE on the TRAIL is open to the public free of charge.

The hosts of SCULPTURE on the TRAIL … an Art & Nature Exhibition are CEED, Inspiration Plus, and South Bay Art Association, three Long Island nonprofit organizations. CEED is dedicated to connecting people and nature and celebrating the connections between art and nature. Inspiration Plus seeks to encourage curiosity, learning, and creative expression through art exhibits, performances, readings, forums, and concerts. And South Bay Art Association’s mission is to encourage education, creation and appreciation of the arts.

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Sculpture on the Trail – Aug. 19!

Sculpture on the Trail – Aug. 19!

Sculpture on the Trail – Aug. 19!

SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 11 AM

Last August, CEED and Inspiration Plus presented the first SCULPTURE on the TRAIL … an Art & Nature Exhibition in Brookhaven Hamlet.  The event was very well attended and the experience was so positive for the sculptors and poets who volunteered their work, that this year’s repeat will be even larger, with more than 20 sculptors and 20 poets joining their talents on Saturday, August 19th, 2023, from 11 AM to 3 PM.  At 3 PM, there will be an open reception with the artists, with music by Natural Causes.

Walk our gentle paths and experience these sculptures and the accompanying poetry in the natural setting that inspired it.  CEED is honored to have the participation of so many exciting Long Island sculptors and poets:

Participating sculptors:

John Cino, David Ebner, Mauritis Bosma, Pam Jane Brown, Justin Greenwald, Scott Bluedorn, Elyzabeth Meade, Jay Sylvester, Tonito Valderamma, Michael Ince, Dan Welden, Mark Van Wagner, Aurelio Torres, Lauren Ruiz, John DiNaro, Robin Gianis, John Wittenberg, Gregory Corn, Peter Menderson, Ted Thirlby

Participating poets:

Carmen Bugen, Kathaleen Donnelly, Mary Garcia, Russ Green, Adam Greenwald, Gladys Henderson, Nancy Keating, Mindy Kronenberg, Manh (Walter Harris III), Claude Meyers, Haim Mizrahi, Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan, Kelly Powell, Orel Protopopescu, Tom Stock, Pramila Venkateswaran, James Wagner, George Wallace, Michelle Whittaker, Chip Wiliford,

Food and drink will be available for purchase, and there will be opportunity to purchase artists’ catalogs. Local nature and sustainability organizations will join the exhibit to provide ways for guests to make connections to nature and art.

SCULPTURE on the TRAIL is open to the public free of charge.

The hosts of SCULPTURE on the TRAIL … an Art & Nature Exhibition are CEED, Inspiration Plus, and South Bay Art Association, three Long Island nonprofit organizations. CEED is dedicated to connecting people and nature and celebrating the connections between art and nature. Inspiration Plus seeks to encourage curiosity, learning, and creative expression through art exhibits, performances, readings, forums, and concerts. And South Bay Art Association’s mission is to encourage education, creation and appreciation of the arts.

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Help us Spread the Word about 2023 Sculpture on the Trail

Help us Spread the Word about 2023 Sculpture on the Trail

Help us Spread the Word about 2023 Sculpture on the Trail

SATURDAY, AUGUST 19 · 11 AM EDT

Our second year of Sculpture on the Trail is even better than our first with more sculptors and more poets … more amazing art on our trails.  Join us.  Please help us spread the word by sharing our flyer on social media or by posting around town.  Thanks!

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Anyone can volunteer. Even you!