A Seward Johnson Exhibit
The Morris County Park Commission is proud to announce a sculpture installation on display beginning July 1st at the Willowwood Arboretum, daily from 10 am to 4 pm. This exhibit is on loan from the Seward Johnson Atelier.
Seward Johnson (1930 – 2020) was born in New Jersey and after an early career in painting, turned to sculpture. He created more than 450 life-sized or large-scale realistic bronze scultures that have been exhibited around the world bringing a unique voice to the world of art in public spaces. He crafted sculptures of people pursuing ordinary day to day activities.
The Willowwood Arboretum offers a peaceful retreat for visitors to discover Seward Johnson’s iconic lifelike sculptures nestled unexpectedly yet harmoniously within the gardens, meadows and landscape.
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Due to limited capacity, timed ticket reservations are required.
More information and tickets are available on the Morris County Park Commission site.
Click the image below to open a map of the Willowwood Arboretum showing sculpture locations.