Published : Wednesday, 20 Feb 2013, 1:07 PM EST
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - Winter in West Michigan is the perfect time to take notice of major works of art now on exhibit inside one of our are treasures, Frederick Meijer Gardens, so eightWest wanted to give you a preview of what you will see inside. This is the first major exhibition of the work of Hanneke Beaumont in the United States and it features works in terra cotta, bronze and iron. It's up through April 28, 2013 and inside you'll see enigmatic bronze figures that have been a source of great fascination and wonder since they first captured international attention in the late 1990s. Since then, her works have been exhibited and installed internationally from London to New York, Munich to The Hague. Her sculptures #25 and #26 are a continual source of inquiry and enjoyment as permanent additions in the Sculpture Park. Connected and Disconnected: The Sculpture of Hanneke Beaumont is a major endeavor featuring fourteen sculptures in a variety of media and a select group of large-scale drawings. Works in terra cotta, bronze and iron will be featured allowing audiences the opportunity to understand her command of the human figure and her impressive fluency with materials. Stop by and see these works today!