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Stickwork by Patrick Dougherty
June 2019

Coming June 2019, a one-of-a-kind Patrick Dougherty stick sculpture will be displayed on the Highfield front lawn!
Highfield Hall & Gardens was selected from worldwide venues for a monumental stick sculpture by internationally-renowned sculptor Patrick Dougherty. This living sculpture will be on Highfield’s front lawn for two years for visitors and the community to enjoy.
There will be numerous programs and special events to celebrate and embrace the creativity of this beautiful, interactive art.


Portals and Passageways

A Cape Cod Environmental Art and Sculpture Exhibition June 29 – September 7, 2014 Artist reception: June 29, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm This exhibition inaugurates Highfield Hall & Gardens’ outdoor environmental sculpture initiative. 20 regional artists have been invited to create environmental artworks utilizing Highfield Hall’s building, grounds and gardens, and the adjacent trails and walls of Beebe Woods surrounding the property. All works are large scale, temporary, and have no lasting impact on the natural environment. The goal of the exhibition is to encourage visitors to explore the area where the manicured lawns of Highfield Hall meet [...]


2015 Fairy Houses of Highfield Hall & Gardens

Fairy Houses of Highfield Hall Take a look at our Summer 2015 exhibition, more to come Summer 2017! Curated by Salley Mavor Read about our 2013 Fairy Houses  Featured Artists “Lizzie’s house” Jill Neubauer “Fairy Boat” Celeste & Deb Newman/Coulomb and Tiffany & Miranda VanMooy “Nautica” Kathy Hall & Stephen Douglas Ayers "Lone Star Postal” Barbara Whitehead & Bruce Safley “Kimberland” Kim Sheerin & Dena Papi “Believerton” Sheila Payne & [...]


Maker Stories: Richard Cooke, the Vagabond Music Maker

Picture this. You’re strolling down the Beech Tree Path, just minding your own business, soaking up the afternoon sun. Up ahead, something catches your eye—glints of silver poking through all the greenery. Curious as a cat, you slink closer, waiting to pounce on your discovery: three giant instruments! What do you do?

Start playing! That’s exactly what their creator, Grammy-award-winner Richard Cooke would encourage you to do. He designed our new, permanent collection of outdoor musical instruments bringing art, music and nature together in perfect harmony. Just for you.

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