Montana August 09, 2019
You Probably Haven’t Ever Seen Anything Like This Quirky Sculpture Park In Montana
Did you know Montana has an international sculpture park hidden in the woods? Located in the outskirts of the town of Lincoln, Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild International Sculpture Park is truly a one-of-a-kind place. And considering admission is free, there’s no reason not to check it out.
This quirky sculpture park sits nestled in the Blackfoot Valley, filled with rolling hills, family-owned ranches, and the Blackfoot River.
Lincoln, where the park is located, has a rich logging and mining history.
This is a place for international and nationally recognized sculptors to the Blackfoot Valley to create works of art that complement the valley.
The invited artists incorporate materials (both natural and industrial) that are associated with the community to create their works of art.
Kevin O’Dwyer, the sculpture park’s co-founder, has worked tirelessly with the artists and the community to beautiful, large-scale art pieces to the area.
As you can see, the results are remarkable.
The sculpture park was founded in 2014 after a successful international sculpture symposium.
The artist in residence program invites artists to create sculpture installations to symbolize the heritage of the Blackfoot Valley.
Blackfoot Pathways is open daily from dawn until dusk.
The park is easy to reach from the highway, and admission is always free.
Come see why so many Montanans are falling in love with this one-of-a-kind sculpture park featuring the work of artists from all over the world.
We guarantee you've never seen anything like it.
Address: 1970 Sculpture Way, Lincoln, MT, 59639
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Sculpture in the Wild? Add it to your list of places to check out in Montana when you’re feeling adventurous.