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Newest feature on the website is a directory of all artists who’ve participated in the sculpture trail. To support this feature, we’ve added several more past exhibit pages to showcase past sculptures.
Two of this year’s Sculpture Trail sculptures including this year’s winner with an art quote. As downloadable desktop wallpaper? What more could you want?
Kids say and do the funniest things around art, and we’ve now added a tab in our “Past” section called “Snapshots” for the family pictures we’ve been sent. Send us your sculpture trail pictures of your child, or family, or even a selfie with one of the sculptures and we’ll put it them.
We’ve updated our Sponsor/Donate/Volunteer section and added a new section. In their own words, some of our volunteers/sponsors/donors tell us why they support the trail. We’d love to hear your story too.
anuary’s Artist Spotlight features Hekate by Stan Huncilman, a sculptor choosing to apply poetic, and often metaphorical language to form. Stan creates forms that do not follow logical criteria but are based on subjective associations and their formal parallels, which incite the viewer to make new and often personal associations. … Read more by selecting artists name
Residents and tourists alike applaud the fact that Cloverdale’s small town charm is now updated with sophisticated sculptural diversity unmatched in Sonoma County.
The Trail is a stimulating environment for children to encourage development, especially language. It can expand curiosity, boost creativity and it’s fun and free.
Located 80 miles north of San Francisco, Cloverdale is nestled among gently rolling hills and lush vineyards at the top of the renowned Alexander Valley. Its older homes, tree-lined neighborhoods and friendly residents give the town a small town character to be experienced. The walkable Cloverdale Sculpture Trail is in downtown Cloverdale. Download the printable map and enjoy the Trail.
What is Public Art?Read About The Sculpture Trail Process
View Installation day 2022 – 2024
It’s public! Everyone has access to public art. It’s directly in the public sphere and not confined to galleries or museums. It enriches Cloverdale’s physical environments, bringing streetscapes to life. It also adds enormous value to the cultural, aesthetic and economic vitality of a community. Public art contributes to a community’s identity, fosters community pride and a sense of belonging, and enhances the quality of life for its residents and visitors.
A complete list of sponsors, donors and volunteers can be found at the Sponsorships Page under Thank You to Our Sponsors and Donors.