Big Day Out: The Fields at Art Omi

Wednesday we took a Nippertown field trip to The Fields Sculpture Park at Art Omi to check out the new works. If you’re not familiar with The Fields, it’s 150 acres of fields, ponds and woods dotted with close to 80 contemporary works of art.

You can wander around, bring a picnic or drop by the visitor center (open Thursday-Monday, 11pm – 5pm) to borrow a bicycle, use the WiFi or have a snack at the cafe.

The Fields Sculpture Park is open every day from dawn to dusk. Admission is free.

Let me apologize for not noting all the artists’ names or the artwork titles; the dogs were very, very excited by the new sculptures and didn’t want to stand still.

The entrance has been moved around the corner. You come in from Route 22, not Letter S Road.

The entrance has been moved around the corner. You come in from Route 22, not Letter S Road.

The Charles B. Benenson Visitors Center & Gallery

The Charles B. Benenson Visitors Center & Gallery

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Orly Genger's woven rope sculpture, half a football field in length

Orly Genger's woven rope sculpture, half a football field in length

Insert your own dog chewing shoe caption here.

Insert your own dog chewing shoe caption here.

Oliver Kruse: Clench

Oliver Kruse: Clench

Jed Cleary: Contemplating Fate

Jed Cleary: Contemplating Fate

Hmm, a dog and a tree. What could possibly go wrong?

Hmm, a dog and a tree. What could possibly go wrong?

Giant push pins by Gary Quinonez

Giant push pins by Gary Quinonez

Hmmm, this smells like....art.

Hmmm, this smells like....art.

Jeez, everybody's a critic.

Jeez, everybody's a critic.

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