Animal Sculptures Visiting Preisker Park

Posted on Jun 27 by SEASONS Magazine

       

Reclining Tiger by Morris Squire, photo courtesy The Squire Foundation.

Reclining Tiger by Morris Squire. Photo courtesy of The Squire Foundation.

The City of Santa Maria Recreation and Parks Department is hosting a temporary installation exhibit of animal sculptures this summer at Preisker Park located at 330 Hidden Pines Way.

Beginning June 27, you can visit the park and its four new sculptures. The animal sculptures were created by Santa Barbara County artist Morris Squire and are on loan from the Squire Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to civic and educational programs for artists, curators, and all manner of creative people.

The four sculptures, Reclining Tiger, Golden Jaguar, Flying Eagle, and interactive ram, are part of the Squire Foundation’s mission to bring more public art to the North County. Residents will have the opportunity to decorate the interactive ram during the reception and community painting on Saturday, July 7 from 9-11 a.m. This program made possible through a partnership with the Santa Barbara County Arts Commission and the Squire Foundation.

Golden Jaguar by Morris Squire, photo courtesy The Squire Foundation.

Golden Jaguar by Morris Squire. Photo courtesy of The Squire Foundation.

For any questions, contact the Recreation and Parks Department at 805/925-0951 ext. 2260. 

Emma Sheridan

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