2019 Edwards Gardens. Toronto. Garden Sculptures
Sunday, June 23, 2019 4:07:00 AM
Enjoy beautiful garden sculptures at the Edwards Gardens. Great opportunity for family garden photos.
(Toronto Botanical Gardens) - Back for its second year, with an entirely new collection just for the Toronto Botanical Garden, the ZimSculpt team will be back with a spectacular display of sculptures made by hand from stone brought from the Zimbabwean mountains.
The exhibition runs from June 28 through September 8, 2019.
Admission is free.
Over 100 large sculptures will be displayed throughout the gardens along with the very popular Marketplace where hundreds of handheld pieces will be available for purchase. The setting of the botanical garden amplifies both the beauty of the art as well as the gardens.
All sculptures are available for purchase. Delivery and installation of larger pieces will be for free for local addresses.
Zimbabwean sculptors Brighton Layson and Passmore Mupindiko will be back again, directly from Zimbabwe – demonstrating and answering questions about the stone, technique and their inspirational stories.
“We’re so excited to come back to Toronto and visit all the wonderful people we met last year.” says Vivienne and Joseph Croisette, “We’re also hoping to connect with many new visitors who missed our show last year. We have so much to showcase, with new artists and sculptures, we will be offering free guided tours every weekend.”
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