The grounds of Wildcliff are dotted with sculptures which the public can see weekends through Sept. 1 as part of Incoming Tide Entertainment's series of events and programs.
Incoming Tide's President Eric Woodlin said a lot of the sculptors work out of the Sculpture Barn in Fairfield, CT, run by David Boyjajian. While the Sculpture Barn works run the gamut from metal to wood to stone, Woodlin wanted metal sculptures for Wildcliff.
One sculpture by Justin Pearlman of Connecticut is made entirely out of metal from a trailer home, which depiected a reclining female figure.Let Patch save you time. Get great local stories just like this delivered right to your inbox or smartphone everyday with our free newsletter. Fast signup here.
But sculptures aren't the only things going on at Wildcliff. There are yoga and painting classes and concerts three times a week.
The sculptures can be viewed on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. For a list of concerts, activities and artists go to incomingtideentertainment.com.
Be sure to come and meet New Rochelle Patch at the July 14 arts and crafts festival.