The ninth annual Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit features more than 50 works by established and emerging artists displayed on the 100-acre campus of Pingree School in South Hamilton. The family-friendly event is free and open to the public seven days a week during daylight hours. A full-color catalog is available in a “mailbox” on campus, along with a printed map and a map app that can be downloaded to smartphones.
Exhibits include an interactive musical fence; a 12-foot-tall dog constructed of boat fiberglass; a photo and ceramic installation honoring the Japanese American men, women and children who were interned during World War II; two life-size dolphins made of welded steel; fantastical flora hanging from trees; and a quilt sewn of wire and metal scraps.
The public is also invited to a reception with the artists on Sunday, September 16 at 1 p.m. when Honorary Chair George Fifield, director of Boston Cyberarts, will speak about new developments in public art made possible through technology.