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Lemon Fair Sculpture Park welcomes new work

The Lemon Fair Sculpture Park is gearing up to to celebrate the many new pieces in the park including Susan Teare’s art installation, “Find Your Own Space,” on June 18, from 5 p.m. to sunset, with a rain date of June 20. 

The site-specific installation was created by the artist, Teare, in collaboration with her son, Kirk, and is one of the newest pieces at the open-air sculpture park in Shoreham. Susan is an artist based in Essex Junction. Kirk is a rising senior at the University of Colorado at Boulder and is studying environmental, product, and lighting design.

The Lemon Fair Sculpture Park is located eight miles southwest of Middlebury in East Shoreham, at 4547 Route 74. It features a self-guided, mowed, mile-long path with over 50 sculptures from artists all over the United States, and one from Argentina. Parking is available in the circular driveway by the road. Admission is free, but donations are accepted. For more info visit lemonfairsculpturepark.com.

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