McClelland Sculpture Park & Gallery 


The McClelland Sculpture Park & Gallery, features sculptures by internationally recognized sculptors. The 65 acre site is set on McClellands Inlet on the Mornington Peninsula. The sculptures present a sense of energy and motion and are designed to inspire contemplation and imagination.

The McClelland Sculpture Park & Gallery is a 20 acre art park with a gallery space featuring regular exhibitions by Australian and International artists. On display here is a selection of work from the McClelland Collection and other private and corporate collections. Sculptures range in age from the 19th century to the present day and in mediums from bronze to synthetic materials. The McClelland Gallery is also a leading Victorian venue for temporary exhibitions.

The McClelland Sculpture Park is a garden-like setting, tucked away in the historic Railyards of Downtown Frankston. The McClelland Sculpture Park & Gallery has exhibits throughout the year, which are free to visit. There are sculptures and pieces that simply catch your eye. There are pieces that tell a story. There are pieces that make you think.

The McClelland Sculpture Park & Gallery has two locations in the southeastern United States, both located in beautiful waterfront locations. The McClelland Sculpture Park & Gallery at Jordan Lake in beautiful North Carolina is only about thirty minutes from Charlotte. The Atlanta location, the McClelland Sculpture Park & Gallery, is located on Flat Shoals Lake in Georgia. The Georgia facility, which was founded in 1988, aims to preserve and display regional sculpture, as well as attend to the educational needs of students and the community.

Located in southern New Jersey, about 50 miles north of Philadelphia, the 100-acre McClelland Sculpture Park & Gallery in Frankston, New Jersey is an oasis of diverse art. The sculpture park has more than 400 sculptures, including works by Andy Goldsworthy, Alexander Calder, Anish Kapoor, Tony Smith, Robert Indiana, and others.

The McClelland Sculpture Park & Gallery, located in the historic McClelland House in Frankston, is a must-see for any art lover. This park is available for free and houses a number of sculptures in various locations throughout. The sculptures range from modern to traditional, and there are several must-see pieces, including “The Squatter,” a large contemporary piece by Tony Tuckson, as well as “Confetti,” a large abstract sculpture by Lance Herring that is best suited for the outdoors. There are also plenty of smaller pieces, including “Flying,” which resembles a giant kite, and “Einstein,” which looks like an old-fashioned statue.