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International Sculpture Trail Map

Thank you to the province of New Brunswick for funding our International Sculpture Trail Map

International Sculpture Trail Map

Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation

Thank you for a $20 000 donation for our Education Component. Photo :Diana Alexander, Executive Director, Sculpture Saint John with Kathryn McCarroll, Executive Director, Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation

Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation



Don’t Miss Our 2nd Sculpture Symposium


On The Saint John Waterfront!



Saturday Sept 20th

See the sculptures, meet the artists!


1PM Closing Remarks

4PM Site Closes

Look for the Big White Tent on the Waterfront (Coast Guard Site)


Discover Your Inner Talents! 

Sculpture Saint John & the Saint John Arts Centre presents a series of fun workshops for all ages onsite at the Waterfront.  Sign up now, space is limited!  Call 633-4870 & check out our Education page for more information.


Symposium Hours

Monday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday  10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. ( Artists Day Off, Site Still Open)

Wednesday  10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Thursday  10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Friday  10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Saturday  10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Sunday  10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Community Partners and their 2014 artist!

Town of Sussex – Hew Chee Fong

Town of Hampton – James Boyd

Saint John New Brunswick Community College – Hiroyuki Asano

Saint John Waterfront Development – Hitoshi Tanaka

Town of Grand Bay – Westfield – Fetiye Boudevin

Village of Blacks Harbour – Petre Petrov

Town of Saint Andrews – Karin Van Ommeren

Town of St. Stephen – Jhon Gogaberishvili


2014 Interns – All New Brunswick Talent!

Richard Arseneau  – Saint John

Alison Gayton – Saint John

Julie Glaspy – Saint John

Wyatt Lawrence – Mascarene

Stuart Ryan – Barnesville

Jessica Rydwansky – Bayside


August 23, Sculpture in Saint Andrews

by the Sea

 Sculpture St. Andrews, Kingsbrae Garden and Sunbury Shores are offering visitors from Saint John a sculpture extravaganza on August 23. 

Come in the morning and visit the Sculpture Show at Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Centre.  The show includes works in stone by over twenty New Brunswick and international sculptors.  This is your chance to see and purchase smaller works by N.B. and Sculpture Saint John artists and to review the recently-completed renovations to the Centre.

Stop for lunch at one of our many fine eateries. You could spend an hour or two exploring the town shops and local galleries and then take a walk out onto the Town wharf.

Later in the afternoon it will be time to visit Kingsbrae Garden in anticipation of the Eat for Art event (more below).  Tickets are $70 or $120 for a couple. Profits from the evening will support the installation of Karin Van Ommeron’s sculpture .

Take in the wonderful botanical garden (admission free with the purchase of Eat for Art tickets).  Then walk around the sculpture garden and view the sculptures of the 2014 sculpture competition.  You can then visit Allison Green and watch her work on a granite sculpture.  There will also be a sculpting “workshop” for children.  Later, you will participate in a ceremony which will announce the winner of the 2014 Kingsbrae Garden sculpture competition.

Time to go indoors and see the food sculpture exhibition which will feature 20 entries.  You can vote for your favorite food sculpture and later take it home if you are the successful bidder.  You can also buy raffle tickets for two pieces of art – a beautiful painting by local artist Brian Adams and a stone platter by Ken Waiwood.

The highlight of the evening will be a gourmet dinner prepared by the kitchen of Chef Alex Haun. Here is the menu:

 Cocktail Hour

Passed Hor d’Oeuvres

Fundy Cold Water Shrimp - Dill Buttermilk Dressing, Cucumber Shell

Roasted AAA Beef Loin with Horseradish Cream Cheese on a Canape

Smoke Salmon Canape with Dill cream Cheese & Fried Capers

Truffled Bruschetta on a Baguette Crostini

Passamaquoddy Jonah Crab Fritter with Aioli

Potted Poatoes with Smoked Bacon, Scallions & Aged White Cheddar

Duck Confit & Brie Puffs

Grand Manan Red Deer Sausage Roll


Zucchini Fritter

tomato aioli/greens/cucumber band! champagne vinaigrette

Roasted Chicken Breast with Rosemary Glaze

smoked tomato Jam,Idemi glace,’seasonal vegetables!potato croquette


Dark Chocolate Ganache Tortle with Hazelnut Crust

Hazelnut brittle/’tuile/raspberry coulis


We hope you can come to St. Andrews and participate in our sculpture extravaganza.



International Sculpture Symposium

Sculpture Saint John

Sculpture Saint John 2012 was the first New Brunswick International Sculpture Symposium  and by all accounts was a huge success.

Over 35,000 visitors watched as six international artists carved 120 tons of New Brunswick granite. People became enthralled by the process of creating public art. Everyone enjoyed interacting with the artists and interns helping to make this the largest arts event in New Brunswick.

Our second symposium will be held August- September 2014. We are excited about our new location on Water Street and anticipate over 50,000 people will attend this year. We have increased the number of artists to eight and significantly expanded the education program  during the event.

Recently we launched a map of the International Sculpture trail we are creating between Maine and New Brunswick and have been welcoming many new and  returning sponsors. So, keep watching as we make announcements, get involved by signing up to be a volunteer, contact us about making a donation or get involved in the committees working in the partner communities.

When we encourage public art, we also encourage creativity and thoughtfulness and build a richer future for all of our citizens.

Diana Alexander, Executive Director
Sculpture Saint John


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Special Update!

Host a lunch for the sculptors and interns on-site

Do you enjoy cooking healthy, nutritious and filling meals in large quantities? Would you like to meet the sculptors and interns on-site? We are looking for volunteers to host a lunch for twenty-four hungry sculptors, interns and site personnel for one lunch. You supply all the food and deliver a cooked meal to the Sculpture Symposium site. We provide the utensils and sculptors and interns with big appetites. The Sculpture Symposium takes place between August 7th and September 20th and we are looking for volunteers to provide meals seven days a week during this time frame. If you are interested in hosting a lunch, please contact Liane and Suzanne and let us know what dates would work best for you. We look forward to hearing from you.

Liane Thibodeau