Goldman-Kuenz Sculpture Park

The Goldman-Kuenz Sculpture Park opened in 1993. Today, we are one of the premier destinations for large-scale outdoor sculpture in the Midwest. We currently feature 73 sculptures establishing the sculpture park as one of the largest in the Midwest.

Thoughtfully placed throughout the park's 80 acres, we feature artists of international stature, including many local and regional artists. Some of the featured artists are John Kearney, Fletcher Benton, Alexander Lieberman, Chakaia Booker, Bob Emser, Deborah Masuoka, Tom Orr, Harry Gordon, Patrick McDonald, and Josh Garber.

In 1983, Cedarhurst commissioned its first outdoor sculpture, Cedarhurst One by Robert Youngman. The pale white, rectilinear column is suggestive of an archaeological sample and marks the entrance to the park, museum, and art center. In 1994, Cedarhurst commissioned Kimball by Chicago sculptor John Kearney. Constructed from obsolete automobile bumpers, Kimball the horse, has become an icon of the arts center and a visitor favorite.

The mission of the Goldman-Kuenz Sculpture Park is to promote an understanding and appreciation of contemporary sculpture for all people. The Goldman-Kuenz Sculpture Park presents the work of well-respected, career artists, as well as emerging sculptors. The sculpture park offers our communities and visitors an immersive art experience and the sculptures represent a variety of styles and media, including bronze, steel, stone, wood, concrete and mixed media.

View the Sculpture Park Photo Album on our Facebook page that contains 200+ sculpture images!  

Download Map PDF: 

Campus Map Campus Map (7114 KB)

INTERACTIVE GPS MAP

Access the Interactive GPS Map by clicking the image to the right.

The Goldman-Kuenz Sculpture Park can be explored from anywhere using the Interactive GPS Map. The map features over 70 sculptures (identified with a numbered circle) that reside within the 80 acre campus. Clicking on a numbered circle will open an information screen that provides details about the artist, the sculpture, a full sized image, and the materials used. 

Each information page also contains an embedded audio recording if you'd prefer to listen along!

ART AFTER DARK DRIVE-BY-TOUR

Beginning at 27th Street and Richview Road (traveling east) you can now view 10 lighted sculptures (we’ve added lights to 3 more sculptures!) from your vehicle or from the sidewalk after dark! We encourage you to also drive/walk by during the day to compare the two views.

Visit cedarhurst.org/drive-by-tour for a guide to the 10 sculptures complete with a brief description of the sculptures/artists, plus a Family Fun Quest bonus activity for each sculpture that you can complete at home!

walk the trails guide

Click the image to the right to see our three walking trails. 

Experience the beauty of each season on the grounds at Cedarhurst and get fit at the same time! Try out the three walking routes indicated on the Cedarhurst campus map. (PDF Download available). The trail and step counts are included!

The Sculpture Park is currently open to visitors 7 days a week! (buildings and restrooms are closed
Mon-Sat 10 am-5 pm | Sun 1-5 pm

SEEK & FIND SCULPTURE PARK ACTIVITY

As you walk the Sculpture Park, enjoy the art and nature, get your "steps" in for the day, and challenge yourself to find the items on the Seek & Find Activity!

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Seek & Find Sculpture Park Activity Seek & Find Sculpture Park Activity (13434 KB)