Adirondackˆ Sacandaga River Sculpture Park is a artist designed
park featuring the work of internationally recognized sculptors
John Van Alstine and Caroline
Ramersdorfer. The 8 acre parcel is nestled along the banks
of the historic Sacandaga River, in the quaint hamlet of Wells,
NY located in south central section of the Adirondack State Park.
The grounds, once part of a 19th century wood products mill, are
wonderfully landscaped showcasing an ongoing, changing exhibition
of both sculptors, whose works are held in many national and international
collections including of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden,
Smithsonian Institution, City of Beijing, and the City of Zhengzhou,
work is also currently on exhibit at many other parks and gardens
including the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Garden, in Lincoln,
Mass., Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, NJ, The Olympic Garden
in Beijing, China, Tsinghua University Sculpture Garden, Beijing,
China and the garden at the Gulbenkian Foundation Collection,
Lisbon, Portugal among others.
work can be seen in the Eda Garden Museum, Yokohama, Tokyo; Artothek,
Vienna, Austria; Abu Dhabi, UAE;
Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, China; Urumqi, China; Cairo, Egypt;
Hualien County Sculpture Museum, Taiwan;Tsinghua
University Campus, Beijing, China; Robert
T. Webb Sculpture Garden, Dalton GA and many more.