New sculptures — some as tall as 20 feet and weighing 600 pounds — have been installed beside centuries-old live oaks and the camellia garden and in open fields at the Coastal Discovery Museum.
is a biennial exhibition hosted by the Public Art Fund of Community Foundation of the Lowcountry. It features 20 large-scale sculptures created by artists from around the country. Nineteen sculptures are at the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn, and one is at Hilton Head Island Airport. Exhibition hours coincide with the hours at the museum and the airport and the sculptures will be on display until Jan. 31.