“The arts in Hamilton have tremendous community support,” said Pyramid Hill Executive Director Bryan Knicely. “Sculpture Week is an opportunity for us all to come together and celebrate what we have while looking towards what we will accomplish in the future.”
The live limestone carvings will be performed by sculptors Amy Brier, Sharon Fullingim and John Fisher. Collectively, the trio of artists has more than 100 years of carving experience. The completed sculptures at the end of the weeklong celebration will be on permanent display, one in Pyramid Hill’s collection and the other in the City of Sculpture’s collection.
The permanent collections of the City of Sculpture and Pyramid Hill are available for in-person viewing, as well as digital viewing on the OtoCast App available in the iOs and Android app stores. Digital viewing will provide additional information.