Written for MyCentralJersey.com on 8/30/16
HAMILTON – Grounds for Sculpture, an outdoor contemporary art gallery that is home to more than 250 sculptures on 42 acres, doesn’t have much in common with a typical art gallery.
No one will tell you not to run.
No one will tell you not to speak.
No one will tell you not to touch.
And, perhaps most importantly, you won’t feel like you need a degree in art history to understand what you’re looking at.
That’s because the gallery, which was opened in 1992 by J. Seward Johnson, a sculptor and philanthropist, aims to make contemporary art approachable for the average person.