Salem Art Works makes property improvements to welcome visitors
Salem Art Works (SAW), has made a series of recent property improvements to help welcome visitors to the Cary Hill Sculpture park.
These improvements are designed to ease in accessibility for guests and will help set SAW up for next season’s programming. Improvement projects include:
- A new road behind Barn 2
- New walkways throughout the campus
- Roofs on the tent platforms
- Regrading of steep areas of the landscape
- Improvements to the pond for easier access
- Enclosing the welding bays to offer year-round access
While SAW’s general programming for the public and artist residencies is on hold, the sculpture park offers a wonderful opportunity to enjoy nature among world-class artwork and bucolic views of Vermont’s Green Mountains and surrounding Washington County, New York. The park features mostly open terrain that can be walked or driven, allowing ease of social distancing and maintaining health protocols. Like any organization, SAW recommends that all visitors observe the recommended person-to-person distance of at least 6 feet and to wear masks when close to others from different households. The sculpture park is free and open from dawn to dusk daily.