The Art of Pyramid Hill
Here you will find upcoming exhibition opportunities as well as images of the artwork featured at Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park. Take a look at works in current and past contemporary exhibitions, as well as pieces from both our outdoor and indoor permanent collections including those artifacts housed within the walls of the Ancient Sculpture Museum. Click on an image to get a closer look!
Outdoor Sculpture Collection:
Ancient Sculpture Museum Collection:
Sculptures on Loan:
Mid-South Sculpture Alliance Exhibition
Open through November 2021
Put on in conjunction with the Mid-South Sculpture Alliance, this exhibition displays nine outdoor sculptures, including a mix of abstract and representational work from artists around the country.
The MSA is a membership based non-profit and is an affiliate organization of the International Sculpture Center (ISC). Its membership is open to anyone, anywhere with an interest in and commitment to the field of sculpture. As an organization, the mission of MSA is to advance the creation and awareness of sculpture in its many and varied forms, and seeks to encourage the understanding that sculpture educates, effects social change, and engages artists, art professionals, and the community in dialogue.
by Steinunn Thorarinsdottir
March 2020 - June 2021
Icelandic sculpture Steinunn Thorarinsdottir utilizes figurative sculpture to explore the human condition, creating androgynous and deliberately anonymous human figures to examine the ways in which humans relate to the environment and to one another. BORDERS consists of a series of eleven pairs of cast iron and cast aluminium life-size sculptures. The figures in the exhibit emphasize the fact that all humans are connected despite our differences.
Out of the Darkness
March 8 - May 23
2020 was a rollercoaster thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. With this exhibition, we would like to use art to shed light on the pandemic and its consequences. Artists selected for this exhibition have used the pandemic as inspiration for their work and we are excited to share this powerful exhibition with the public.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented changes in our world and, much like other events such as The Great Recession of 2008, the impact of the current pandemic will continue to be felt for years to come. Acknowledging that art can convey ideas which words cannot always express, this exhibition aims to shed light on how artists are responding to the crisis and its aftermath. The theme, out of the darkness can be interpreted as both a woeful as well as a hopeful message – can be build back better, how will we use our newly acquired knowledge to prepare for future crises, will we unite at this critical junction or continue to tear into our fellow man because of political and ideological differences?