Visit Carlsbad's Sculpture Garden

Carlsbad Sculpture Garden exhibits "Steel and Glass: the Sculptures of Jeffrey Laudenslager and Deanne Sabeck" now through June 2014.

courtesy Sam Wells
courtesy Sam Wells
The City of Carlsbad's Cultural Arts Office presents a new installation in its outdoor Sculpture Garden, located at 2955 Elmwood Street, immediately north of the city's Cole Library.  "Steel and Glass: the Sculptures of Jeffrey Laudenslager and Deanne Sabeck" features seven works by two well-known Encinitas artists. The Sculpture Garden is open to the public Mondays through Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free.

Jeffery Laudenslager creates slender, elegant sculptures of steel and titanium that gently spin and turn in the wind. His kinetic creations have earned him accolades and awards and are included in public and private collections all over the world. Fellow Encinitas artist Deanne Sabeck creates equally graceful works in metal and dichroic glass that also attract major commissions worldwide. Deanne's sculptural glass designs continually divide the light spectrum, transmitting one color while reflecting its opposite.  Combining tensile strength and delicate whimsy, "Steel and Glass" will remain on display through June 2014.

Operated by the City of Carlsbad's Cultural Arts Office, the Carlsbad Sculpture Garden provides residents with the opportunity to enjoy art designed especially for outdoor settings. The Sculpture Garden has exhibited works by acclaimed national and international artists including Italo Scanga and Kevin Capps and by prominent local artists such as Fritzie Urquhart and Elon Ebanks. Exhibitions are rotated every six to twelve months.

The Cultural Arts Office works to enhance the lives of Carlsbad residents and visitors through arts and culture and supports regional working artists by showcasing their artwork for the public in the office.

For more information, call 760 434-2920 or visit www.carlsbadca.gov/arts

–City of Carlsbad press release
Tapple January 28, 2014 at 05:42 PM
Looks great, would love to get Community Art into the SW quadrant of the City; how about at the medium at Anillo and Levante - today black asphalt, tomorrow beauty . . .


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