Take our past trails to enjoy for the first time or experience once again the contemporary sculptures. As you visit the past trails look at the materials used to create the sculptures and you will notice that modern day sculptures can be created from just about any material you can imagine and others that will surprise you.
The Cloverdale Sculpture Trail, originally called the Cloverdale Annual Exhibit, was launched in 2003 and over the years has attracted talented, professional sculptors to exhibit in Cloverdale. Many of the sculptors have exhibited numerous time in the past 17 years.
“Thru the Years” will present to viewers the body of work of sculptors who have exhibit numerous times in Cloverdale. We have 8 sculptors in this category with the anticipation that sculptors who have exhibit once or twice will find themselves featured in “Thru the Years”.
We are starting with David Mudgett who first exhibited in 2005 and has a sculpture in the current 2020-2022 Trail. His Cloverdale body of works is shown by selecting his picture or the link.
Next in the Thru the Years series is Bryan Tedrick who exhibited in the first sculpture display in 2003. Bryan also won Best of Show in 2003. His Cloverdale body of works is shown by selecting his picture or the link.
Joe Bologna joins the ranks of “frequent flyers’. 2009 was the first year Joe exhibited in Cloverdale. His Cloverdale body of works is shown by selecting his picture or the link.
Peter & Robyn Crompton, a husband and wife sculpture team, is joining the ranks of our loyal sculptors beginning with their first participation in 2012. The Cromptons currently has two sculptures in the 2020-2022 Trail. Their body of work is shown by selecting their picture or the link.
Stan Huncilman is another Cloverdale Sculpture Trail frequent flyer, first exhibiting in 2010. Huncilman works made from metal, wood, paper and fabric are enigmatic forms with even more enigmatic titles such as Dharmamatic or Bunda Mambo. The viewer is at once fascinated and astonished by this wonderland of intriguing forms and complex messages. His body of work is shown by selecting his picture or the link.
April 24th was International Sculpture Day, and we celebrated with our Homage to Joe Hawley. Take a look at the four videotaped conversations with Joe and people knowledgeable about the phases of his sculpting and teaching years. Following each conversation are images and descriptive text which relate to the conversations.