DeCordova Sculpture Park, a walk in the park

DeCordova Sculpture Park

One of the things on my "To Do" list this summer has been to visit many of the art museums in the area that I have wanted to visit. One of these museums is called The DeCordova Museum situated on gorgeous landscape, which is home to some pretty amazing sculpture.

DSC03487My favorite sculptures in the park was this set of hearts.


DSC03487As I got closer, I was amazed at the details and materials that were used to create this incredible creation.

Here are some bits of one of the hearts...

The Heart of Sculpture

DSC03454A walk along a stone path leads to these wonderful sculptures.


A Closer look into the details.


Adorable sculptures were in the Alice Park.

At first glance I thought I was seeing the Grinch...


As I went around the bend there was this trojan rooster.


The grounds are beautiful.


Such a lovely park and museum.


The museum is filled with Contemporary Art, and after I visited the museum I went for a stroll. I really went for a walk in the park, and instead I discovered some beautiful sculpture at DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. The song for this post is an oldie, Sitting in the Park.

My Grandmother 1918

Speaking of sitting in the park. This is a photo of my Grandmother sitting in the park with her sister. I was very close to my Grandmother and I know that she would have adored this park. She lived to be eighty-nine years old and this month was her birthday, she would have been one hundred and seven years old.

Teri C said...

Wow, what a beautiful place! Such interesting scultures. Thanks for the walk through.

Life on Bonnie Lane said...

What an incredible place! Some of those sculptures are pretty freaking, but some are just awesome! I like all the detail in the pair of hearts too. And I love that single head too. Looks very serene.


Sabii Wabii said...

Stop by I have something for you...I'm sure you already have one but I decided a girl can't have too many!

LiLi M. said...

I like such an art walk very much. It is so inspiring! Thanks for your beautiful pictures again, also those detailed ones. That picture of your grandmother is great. About twenty years ago she couldn't have guessed that her picture is now travelling around the world to be enjoyed by numerous people.

Beverly said...

This looks as if it was another perfect day. God's and man's creations to surround you in beauty, and to stimulate your senses.

rochambeau said...

Great exhibit in the park!!
And wonderful shot of your grandmother. You must cherish this photo!


Tracy said...

What a fantastic place!! That looks like a place hubby & I would love...Those hearts are wonderful! Thanks for sharing about your outing, Karen...And really enjoyed your Pink Saturday offering too. Happy week ((HUGS))


Love this post! What an interesting park! And your grandma was so cute!

~ Gabriela ~

Mo'a said...

I have been there many times and love it more each time I go...I will be in the Boston area the end of August...I feel another visit to the DeCordova coming up :)

Mom2fur said...

I want that rooster for my kitchen! Oh, room. Maybe he could sit out on the deck and look through the kitchen window!

Rhondi said...

Hi Karen
That is a beautiful place and the artwork is amazing. You made me feel like I was really there! You are fortunate to have so many wonderful places to visit nearby. The photo of your grandmother is delightful. Thanks for a lovely visit.
Hugs, Rhondi

Lorrie said...

Those sculptures are amazing - so unique and interesting. What a great place to spend a lovely summer day.


Patti said...

Karen I feel like I am there with you. What a wonderful place. These sculptures are amazing. I love the Rooster since that is my husband's nick name and I collect them.

Thanks for sharing such a wonderful walk through this wonderful park.
God Bless You

Lisa "Oceandreamer" S. said...

I am absolutely, positively swooning over this park. OMG I could stay there ALL day and just be enchanted with every single detail. I can see why this place was on your to-do list........if I lived anywhere near it I would be planning a trip ASAP. Maybe someday!