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Art & Sculpture

Woodstock is the “Colony of the Arts”. In the century-old tradition of Woodstock, part of our mission is to contribute art back to the community. We envision large sculptures in the pastures and murals encompassing entire sides of the barns. However, the animals come first, so the art has been mostly limited to projects smaller than a building.

Scroll down this page for a few samplings, and follow the links for more work by that artist.

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“Sheep & Moon” Mosaic by Jenny Brown

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“Pig Sculpture” made of re-purposed metal by Gale Hart

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Large series of panel paintings on reclaimed fencing scraps by Jean Rhode – (contact us for commissions)

This totem pole made of mostly found objects by Brooklyn-based artist Nemo Hoffman gazes over the farm’s pastures and wards away evil spirits.

Entry Gate by Rob Davis of Romancing the Woods

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“Dependence” by Z Willy Neumann

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Chicken Coop Mural by Maggie Suisman

The door panels depict cycles of a chicken’s life.

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Chicken Coop Mural by Maggie Suisman installed view

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Large Pine Bench by Andrew Gray of Gray Works Design

“Ralphie” – illustration of our steer Ralphie by Ester Curini

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“Giant Chair” – Anonymous Donation

Update: This work met an untimely demise in a regrettable Steer vs Chair incident

blue steer“Blue Steer” Digital Photograph by Derek Goodwin
shquilt“Woodstock Quilt” by Sheila Hyslop
yostprint-goat“Olivia the Goat” – linoleum cut print by J.T. Yost