What’s New

Signature Quotes

Quote Me written 0on a stone slab

Do you like to add quotes to your email signature file? Or do you like making memes of quotes to post on social media? Whatever you use quotes for, here’s some Cloverdale Sculpture Trail artist’s quotes, and a couple of classics.

A Village of Volunteers

We couldn’t do it without you, and our salute to the village of volunteers that help make the trail a success has been updated with more bios (like Susan Grossman) and information. Are you on the long list of people we thank?

Cloverdale 4th Graders Hit the Cloverdale Sculpture Trail

4th graders in front of The Disc

In April, with clipboards, pencils and an illustrated map, Cloverdale fourth graders set out on a tour of the Cloverdale Sculpture Trail.

A Village of Volunteers

We couldn’t do it without you, and our salute to the village of volunteers that help make the trail a success has been updated with more bios (like Yave Guzman) and information. Are you on the long list of people we thank?

Just for fun here’s a wordsearch about the trail. It’s a bit tricky so hope you enjoy it.

Golden Possibilities

Golden Possibilities by Pierre Riche

Cloverdale Sculpture Trail sculptor, Pierre Riche of Watsonville, is heading for Burning Man after receiving a grant. Read all about Pierre’s new piece.

A Village of Volunteers

Shawn- and Hector

We couldn’t do it without you, and our salute to the village of volunteers that help make the trail a success has been updated with more bios (like Mary Ann Brigham) and information. Are you on the long list of people we thank?

2022-2024 Trail Quiz

Hendrix Wilson, 7 years posing with Thistle

With the current Cloverdale Sculpture Trail exhibit up since May, let’s test your knowledge of the 2022-2024 exhibit with our newest quiz.

A New Jigsaw Puzzle for National Puzzle day

Muystery Jigsaw puzzle

We’re not going to show you what the finished puzzle looks like, you have to figure that out. When you complete it, we will show you the artist and sculpture name.

You don’t have to complete it all at once; it will remember the pieces you’ve already connected. If you wish to see all 100 pieces at once, select the “dotted square” control in the puzzle header.

New Feature – Artist’s Directory

Artist's Directory

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.

New Downloadable Desktop Wallpaper

Trail Desktop Wallpaper

Download are latest desktop wallpaper featuring the 2022-2024 winners. David Mudgett Best of Show and Peter Hassen, Honorable Mention.

Why Volunteer or Support the Trail?

We’ve updated our Sponsor/Donate/Volunteer section and added a new one. In their own words, some of our volunteers/sponsors/donors tell us why they support the Cloverdale Sculpture Trail. We’d love to hear your story.


Kids say and do the funniest things around art, so 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 with one of the sculptures and we’ll put it up!

Our Halloween Treat to You

CPAC Center for Halloween

Cloverdale area ghost stories and sculpture trick or treats. The first home of the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center was the Cloverdale Grange built in  1930. With it’s long life and the wide varieties of activities it’s seen, don’t you think it has it’s own ghosts? And some that would migrate to the new building to indulge their passion in the performing arts? And just possibly since they’ve teamed up with the Cloverdale Sculpture Trail who knows what mischief the sculptures will do?

Are you ready for some ghost stories? How many tricks instead of treats might you receive?

Hector Ortega’s “Was I Just Another One?” Chosen Favorite in Down Memory Lane Contest

Hector Ortega

The vote for favorite Sculpture from each year’s Best of Show winners is in. Read about the overall “Down Memory Lane” winner here.

New Sculpture by Diego Harris

Tidal Wave by Diego Harris

Diego’s new sculpture has been installed at the corner of 3rd Street and Cloverdale Blvd. After much contemplation Diego is giving this sculpture the title of “Tidal Wave” There is a saga behind the new sculpture replacing “Being”.  Select Diego’s name to read all about it.

A Village of Volunteers, Updated

People participating in a sculpture trail event

At our website we recognize the members of our village over the years, and have updated our “Village of Volunteers” to recognize Janet Howell.

Our Frequent Flyer Sculptors Continue to Fly (exhibit)

Salvage by David Mudgett

Once again David Mudgett received thumbs up from the Selection Committee and Best of Show from the judges for his 2022-2024 sculpture, “The Disc”, which has been added to “Thru the Years”. You will have to scroll down from 2005 to 2022 for a synopsis of “The Disc”.

Artists In the News

Spread Eagle

Bryan Tedrick has gone international with a sculpture in the parkland of Chatsworth House in Derbyshire Dales, England. His sculpture “Wings of the Wind” is part of an exhibit titled,” Radical Horizons: The Art of Burning Man at Chatsworth House.

UPDATE: “Wings of the Wind” was sold to a group creating a sculpture garden in Portugal.

A Trip Down Memory Lane with Joyce Mann

Join her down memory lane and vote for your favorite sculpture from year’s past winners.

Our frequent flyer sculptors continue to fly (exhibit)

Capricclo by Bryan Tedrick

The first updated “Thru the Years” on our list is Bryan Tedrick who first exhibited in 2002 with “Capricclo”. The meaning of “Capricclo” is work of art representing a fantasy or a mixture of real and imaginary features.

New Coloring Pages

THe Disc by David Mudgett Coloring Page Link

New coloring pages of the latest 2022-24 sculptures are available on our “Games” tab to download as a PDF, and one of them is a paint-by-number! Print them out and let the kids (or you) color the sculptures after they walk the trail.

Take a Free Tour with the Otocast Mobile App

Otocast App View

See, Hear, Explore the 2020-2024 Cloverdale Sculpture Trail in the safety of your home or anywhere in the world.

The sculptures are displayed on a map with directions to the locations if you are in or near Cloverdale.  The tour includes sculptor information, an image of each sculpture and best of all, the audio comes from the actual artists describing his or her sculpture you are viewing. You can select to hear the artists’ audio in English or Spanish.

2022 – 2024 Sculpture Installation Photos

Installing the Exhibit

Installation was a long day in downtown Cloverdale with four sculptures leaving and nine sculptures arriving. Four volunteers, a City forklift driver, a City Public Works employee and a photographer were in the downtown area to help load sculptures leaving and help unloading sculptures for placement for the 2022-2024 Trail.

2022-2024 Sculpture for Sale Flip Book

2022-224 Sculptures for Sale Flip Book

Check out our new Sculptures for Sale Flip Book, with information, prices and how to inquire about the current sculptures for sale. It’s an informative “book” that can be viewed on line, printed, or downloaded.

2022-2024 Sculpture Trail Artist Reception


We had a successful artist reception on June 4th where we showcased the trail video and announced the People’s Choice winner. Come see the winner and the reception photos and video.

It’s a Party, and You’re invited

Artist Reception

You’re invited to the Sculpture Trail artist reception on June 4th from 5:00 to 7:30 pm at the Cloverdale Performing arts Center. Live music and final voting and reveal of the People’s Choice award!

Come Vote for the People’s Choice Award

The Disc by David Mudgett

Walk the Sculpture Trail or review the sculptures on the voting page. Anyone can vote, once, and only the new sculptures are eligible. Results will be announced at the reception on June 4th from 5:00 to 7:30 pm at the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center.

The New Sculpture Exhibit is Here

The new sculpture Exhibit is here

9 new sculptures have been installed on Cloverdale Boulevard between Citrus Fair Drive and 3rd Street. Each year for 18 years, new sophisticated sculptural diversity has appeared bringing excitement and wonder; what will be on display in 2022? Walk the Boulevard and see what is being exhibited.

Cloverdale Performing Arts Center

The Cloverdale Performing Arts Center

The Sculpture Trail is pleased to announce that the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center has decided to become the producer of the Trail. This will be one more art form that CPAC will present to the public, along with their offerings of music, dance, art exhibitions, readings. At the end of April, they will add to their art repertoire an indoor circus.

#ISD Day (International Sculpture Day)

#ISD - International Sculpture Day

The world will once again join in celebration of sculpture during the 8th annual International Sculpture Day, or ISDay. Many artists, organizations and institutions worldwide are expected to celebrate the day.
ISDay is under the auspices of the International Sculpture Center. Their mission is to:

  • Expand public understanding and appreciation of sculpture internationally
  • Demonstrate the power of sculpture to educate and effect social change
  • Engage artists and arts professionals in a dialogue to advance the art form
  • Promote a supportive environment for sculpture and sculptors

Sponsors and Donors

Sponsirs and DOnors

Three Cloverdale businesses have donated prize money for the 2022-2024 Cloverdale Sculpture. and we have 9 sculpture sponsors. Read about our latest sponsors and donation needs to cover general operating expenses and our Artists’ Reception on June 4th at the Performing Arts Center. The reception is a free community event.

National Volunteer Week Starts April 17th


It takes a village to support a non-profit; people who volunteer their time or talent, supporters who care about the non-profit project and most importantly people willing to lend financial support. Cloverdale is a village supporting many non-profits, including the Cloverdale Sculpture Trail.

This year we want to celebrate all the volunteers who’ve made the Sculpture Trail a success for all these years.

End of the Trail Quiz

2020-2022 Trail Quiz

With the current Cloverdale Sculpture Trail exhibit getting ready to roll out and the incoming one up in May, let’s test your knowledge of the 2020-2022 exhibit.

Color Our Art

The Call

Enjoy these downloadable coloring pages of some of our sculptures in easy to print/download PDF format. Just select the image and save the file.

Update on The Call

The Call

After a review of the entries by the Selection Committee nine new sculptures will be part of the 2022-2024 Sculpture Trail. The themes of these nine sculptures are diverse and show the creative thinking and craftsmanship of the sculptors.

The new sculptures will be installed on April 28th.

A New Artists Thru the Years is Up

Beth hartmann

Beth Hartmann joins the ranks of sculptors exhibiting frequently in our section “Artists Thru the Years”. Beth explains her work, “Although many of my materials are modern, at least when used in art (rusting rolled steel, metal mesh, copper and wire), I work to expose universal emotions. My themes involve our environments and health.”

New Downloadable Desktop Wallpaper

Downloadable Desktop Wallpaper

Try a Brand New Mystery Sculpture Jigsaw Puzzle

Mystery Jigsaw

We’re not going to show you what the finished puzzle looks like, you have to figure that out. When you complete it, we will show you the artist and sculpture name. Have fun!

The Call for Artists 2022 is Here!

Call to Artists

Everything you need to know about submitting your entry, about the judges, timeline and forms are all up.

A New Artists Thru the Years is Up

mc Carolyn Portrait

First exhibiting in 2005, m.c. has not recently exhibited in Cloverdale as she has turned her talents to painting.

The Sculpture Process is Updated

Sculpture Process

From start to finish, from the call to installation has been updated in detail.

Try a Mystery Sculpture Jigsaw Puzzle

Mystery Jigsaw

We’re not going to show you what the finished puzzle looks like, you have to figure that out. When you complete it, we will show you the artist and sculpture name. Have fun!

Exciting Volunteer Opportunities

Green Butt Sculpture

Volunteering can be fun and satisfying. The Cloverdale Sculpture Trail is putting together a creative coordinating team to replace the current coordinator who is retiring. The current coordinator will continue until the team is up to speed and will always be available for questions and assistance.

Try a Halloween Special

Gould House Halloween

It is possible the historic Gould House is haunted. During an overnight visit by paranormal investigators, they encountered hair-raising activities of light orbs that felt like surging bolts of static electricity and something or someone touching them. The entire time in the Shaw House they felt extreme cold. Are you ready for more ghost stories? How many tricks instead of treats might you receive?. COME ON IN!

Help us out with our Google Listing

Trail Google Listing

Did you know you can add reviews and your own photos directly into our Google Listing? We’d appreciate it if you’d give it a try.

Did you know we have a YouTube Channel?

Trail YouTube Channel

View the categories; Instructional, Exhibits by Year, Homage to Joe Hawley, and Installations, or view all our YouTube Videos at once.

There’s a new Artists Thru the Years up featuring Stan Huncilman.

Stan Huncilman with Capricho

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.

Enjoy Jeopardy? Then try your luck at Sculpture Trail Jeopardy

Jeopardy Board

Let’s play Jeopardy! Play by yourself, with others at your location, or with a group of teams through Zoom. Easy instructions on page.

New Quiz on Sculptures in the Trail

Wine Buddha

So many sculptures have been exhibited over the years by the Cloverdale Sculpture Trail. Do you remember them all? Think deeply and give it a try.

There’s a New Pictorial on Crowds

The Knight

Family outings, casual walks, meeting up with old friends during events, there are all kinds of ways to enjoy the Cloverdale Sculpture Trail. Take a look through our pictorial on people enjoying the Sculpture Trail.

Like Quizzes? Test Your Sculpture Trail Knowledge

Girl posing like the sculpture

Public art is a form of participation. You can explore, experience, enjoy or pantomime each sculpture on the Trail. Now, you can take your participation one step further by taking our quiz.

Derrick a Sculpture by Jam Collective


Derrick, a sculpture by Sonoma County Sculpture Jam artists, Beth Hartmann, David Furger, Jeffrey Zankel, John Packard, John Draper and Gordon Carter of Sebastopol, has been silent since being installed on July 22, 2020. “Derrick” has decided to break the silence. This sculpture has a number of messages for passerby on the E. side of Cloverdale Blvd. between E. Second Street and E. Third Street. For the curious, visit “Derrick”, who has posted directions as to how to access his messages.

For those who have not visited “Derrick”, the sculpture references old-time derricks.  It holds up a solar panel which powers its piercing red eyes and, at night, initiated a hidden projector to direct a slow light spiral on the ground. The spiral mimics a drilling action. Is this the hybrid transition from old dependency to renewable solar energy? ” Derrick” acknowledges our continued reliance on boring oil, but he’s looking toward greener energy sources.”

Homage to Joe Hawley

Joe working the spirals

Our Homage to Joe Hawley for the International Sculpture Day is now permanently reachable on our “Past” page under the events tab.