On Sunday, my daughter and I spent an hour or so wandering through Sculpture in the Wild. Sculpture in the Wild is a park filled with outdoor sculptures located in the native forest near Lincoln, Montana. Artists from all over the world have been creating sculptures, using a mix of natural and manufactured materials, in the forest there since 2014.
Entrance to the park is free.
I particularly enjoy how you are both enabled and encouraged to interact with the sculptures as you stroll the pathways through the woodlands. Some works, you walk through. Others you feel a need to touch or circle about in order to change how the sunlight, shadow, and surrounding landscape plays with the features. Near the sculptures, visitors to the park often create their own simple works. Stone cairns. Arrangements of sticks. A mix of both.
Wild animals walk through and feed in the park.
Posted today are three photographs from our wanderings through the park. The photographs by no means capture the immensity or sensations of visiting the park in person.