Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Boston Harborwalk public art display features pieces previously at the Franklin Sculpture Park

You may not immediately recognize the name Michael Alfano but you might recall at least one of his art work. It was displayed at the Sculpture Park when it opened and is now part of a display along the Boston Harborwalk until December 2023. Plenty of time this summer or next year to get to view them along the harborwalk.

"20 of Michael’s finest outdoor public sculptures will be on view in Charlestown, along the Boston Harborwalk from the U.S.S. Constitution to Menino Park at the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. See the map of the exhibit or get a PDF of the map to download. Details about the sculptures will be added soon.

Opening celebration is June 21, 2022 at the Shipyard Park amphitheater, with activities for youngsters from 5:00 to 6:00 pm, followed by remarks and a Continuum Dance Project performance with Cubed. Then we’ll walk along the exhibit – it’s sure to be spectacular with the sunset! For directions, inclement weather alternative, and more, see navyyardgarden.org/events.

The exhibit runs through December 2023 and is free and open to the public.

Generously arranged and sponsored by the Navy Yard Garden and Art association and others."

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The two pieces shown previously at the Sculpture Park:


Dancer - most recently on display
Dancer - most recently on display

"Gates of Transcendence" was also displayed as one of the original at the Sculpture Park
"Gates of Transcendence" was also displayed as one of the original at the Sculpture Park

Other photos of mine of the Sculpture park across the years

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