There’s a sculpture garden open to the public in La Jolla that’s very easy to miss.
Large numbers of tourists, walking along the Pacific Ocean, south of Children’s Pool near Cuvier Park, pass this sculpture garden without even realizing it.
This park-like space isn’t readily noticed from Coast Boulevard. Curious eyes might observe an unusual sculpture made of many boats mounted on the building behind it. That building is home to the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego!
Look for the gate in my upcoming photographs. Walk through it and up the curving path. You’re now in the museum’s Sue K. and Charles C. Edwards Sculpture Garden. See what your eyes will see.
My own eyes saw these particular sculptures months ago. Yes, these images have been lingering in my computer for much too long. While I’m self-isolating recovering from mild COVID-19, I’m finally getting around to posting them!
Whether these same pieces are on display right now, I don’t know. Over the years, I’ve noticed that some of the outdoor sculptures in MCASD’s collection are shifted from place to place.
Ready for our walk? Here we go!
If you’re curious about that mural in the distance, you can see more of it here.
If you want to see quotes by artists written on the opposite side of these directional signs, click here!
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3 thoughts on “A walk in the Edwards Sculpture Garden in La Jolla.”
Thanks for the tour Richard; I especially enjoyed seeing the other side of the signs. Hope your healing is going well. Seems like nothing is going to stop you from sharing the beauty of San Diego. I like that about you!
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I’m almost back to normal and eager to start walking again!