Here you will find a preview collection of images showcasing the various artwork found throughout our park, within the walls of the Ancient Sculpture Museum, and some former installations that we hosted on our grounds. Click a picture to begin viewing the entire gallery.
The Art of Pyramid Hill
Currently at Pyramid Hill
Joan Hall's Global Contamination: It's All One Sea
Hall’s work documents the pollution on the Gulf Coast of Louisiana; in June 2011, Hall and an assistant drove an RV to the Gulf of Mexico and spent the summer documenting pollution and collecting debris on the shore from Johnson’s Bayou to Grand Isle. Her art has been heralded for its beauty which provides a fresh take on the environmental issues she address, using scientific data and other sources of information on climate change as “points of departure” for creative exploration.
Paul S. Briggs' Cell Personae
An emotionally difficult and creatively challenging project, Cell Personae dramatizes the traditional walls and bars of the usual American prison cell. These art works are Briggs’ way of grappling with the concerns of his personal experiences with the prison system, as the possibility of incarceration in his community was normalized in his conception of the world from a young age.