Check out the Sculpture Ranch. Get stoked on art.
~ What to Expect ~
* 20 Questions with visiting Sculptor/Surfer Pete Deise (www.deisesculpture.com) and artist Lori Fenn (www.lorifenn.com)
* Bonfire Jam Sesh with Swan Percussion and Jean-Claude Van Jamme
* Hidden treats from Pie in the Sky Private Pastry and Garrison Brothers Distillery
* Mulled Wine from Texas Hills Vineyard
* Epic Sunset (6:15pm)
The Sculpture Ranch and Galleries will be open to the public the first Friday, Saturday and Sunday of each month from ten to six. Art and school tours call for appointment at other times...
To reach the Benini’s, call 830-385-1471.
PASSING THE TORCH.....
After 15 wonderful years living the life of the Sculpture Ranch,
the Beninis are passing the torch to the Sullivans, whose new energy and vision
will expand this cultural experiment.
November 7, 8, and 9 was the Benini’s farewell to friends of the Sculpture Ranch.
For the ones who have been following their search for the perfect place out West for the past two years,
let it be known that, after all, Texas is still the best…and it’s their choice for the future.
Enjoy this slide show, a selection of photos taken from the first 15 years at the Sculpture Ranch ..... (allow to load)
Aella Thalassa, newly installed. Russ Thayer
Katy Hodgins, work in progress on stacked stone sculpture.
We are once again accepting submissions for the exhibition of largescale outdoor sculpture. Send images with
size and medium to info@SculptureRanch.com.
Forthcoming: New Installations by Otto McKay and Abidemi Olowonira.
NEW ARRIVALS ~ Two new indoor bronzes by Won Lee
Art tours and student groups can call for appointments at other times.
NOTE: Do not use your GPS for directions - they
tend to route people to a private gate. Printable directions are on the website on the For Visitors tab at the top of the page.
Published first in Italy and now the US.
Benini Studio and Sculpture Ranch is featured.
ART PARKS: A Tour of America's Sculpture Parks and Gardens
By Francesca Cigola.
Princeton Architectural Press.
After twelve years having our ranch open to visitors weekly, and being rewarded by the reception
of Texas to our project, we will be open the first full weekend of each month. You can count on this. Other times
are dependent upon our travel schedule and will be posted on this website.
and exhibition schedule have become more demanding, and it requires this move on our part.
Probably we will continue to
have special events now and then which will be announced here and in the regional media.
Beginning in July, you may visit us Friday, Saturday and Sunday from ten to six, each first weekend.
We will continue to schedule school tours, art tours, travel tours and educational tours. Call 830-868-5244.
QUICK LINKS: To enhance your online experience, in addition to the menu at the top of the page,
we've supplied some "quick links" at LEFT to expedite your navigation.
Click here for a list of outdoor sculptors and sculptures.
NEW INSTALLATIONS, 2013:
Installed July, 2013
Waiting for a Star by Benini
Installed June, 1, 2013
Thrust by Bernie Carreno
INSTALLATION, October 2012 ~ Laughter Rising by Houstonian Michelle O'Michael, 8' x 6' x 3', coated steel.
INSTALLATION, September 2012 ~ Rock Paper Scissors by Santa Fe sculptor Kevin Box. Standing 111" feet tall, cast stainless and bronze on granite.
BLOG CENTRAL: Visit regularly for information and photos about new sculpture and installations. Interact through comments and keep up
events and exhibitions.
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