Griffis Sculpture Park to Install 3 Sculptures by Renowned Artists
As a member of the Board of Directors of the Ashford Hollow Foundation and the Griffis Sculpture Park, Frank LoTempio III was on hand at the unveiling of the new statue commemorating Janet Mock on Bidwell Parkway this week. LoTempio P.C. Law Group recognizes the importance of honoring inspirational women in our community and are proud to support these efforts. To learn more and read the official press release here.
Griffis Sculpture Park New Installations
Griffis Sculpture Park contains over 250 sculptures throughout fields, forests and ponds of the 400-acre park. It is believed to be one of the first and largest sculpture parks in the United States. The park was founded in the mid-1960s by Larry Griffis, Jr. The park is owned and operated by the Ashford Hollow Foundation.
The newest additions to the park will be four bronze statues of inspirational women created by Australian collaborative artists Gillie and Marc Schattner. The life-like 10 ft. tall bronze sculptures of Gabby Douglas, Tracy Dyson, Janet Mock and Cheryl Strayed were donated to the Ashford Hollow Foundation by the artists. The unifying mission of the artwork is to fill the world with inspiring public art that spreads messages of love, equality, conservation and hope.
Learn more about the community involvement, professional associations and memberships Frank LoTempio III is involved with here.
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