In the spring of 2014, Grounds For Sculpture entered a new era, with the opening of the new Seward Johnson Center for the Arts and the launch of Seward Johnson: The Retrospective, the largest exhibition to date of founder’s work. This volume celebrates this new era.
This book about J. Seward Johnson, Jr. provides an interview with the sculptor about his work, and shows his realistic sculptures of workers, business people, tourists, campers, and fishermen. Hardcover in tweed cloth with front paste-on illustration, gilt titles, in matching slipcase, 136 pages.
Seward Johnson: A Life in Public Art is a comprehensive look at artist Seward Johnson's history and artwork. Paula Stoeke, director and curator of the Sculpture Foundation, provides the preface and Anita Huslin, journalist and author, wrote the introduction. Museum edition includes a fabric-bound clamshell box, signed book by the artist, and a limited edition signed and numbered frameable lithograph. Hardcover, 282 pages, 12.5” x 12.5”