The team at Samurai Virtual Tours enjoys spending, what sometimes seems like, countless hours in front of computer screens aligning pixels for virtual tours, designing layouts for websites and exploring the ‘internets’ for information, fans, and followers. Sometimes getting out into the fresh air and hanging out with friends and family at a unique venue like Grounds For Sculpture is a special treat.
Grounds For Sculpture, founded by J. Seward Johnson in 1992, is a beautiful 35 acre arboretum and sculpture park located in Hamilton, NJ. While our recent visit to Grounds For Sculpture was for fun and not “work”, we did manage to capture a few images during our trip including the ones used to create the 360° interactive panorama linked in the image above. In this image we see park guests interacting and posing for pictures with Depression Bread Line a bronze sculpture by George Segal.
To learn more about Grounds For Sculpture visit there website: GroundsForSculpture.org. Or, if you can, maybe you’d enjoy a visit there yourself and experience first hand a day walking the grounds, viewing the sculptures and taking in the natural beauty of the surroundings. Maybe, with careful exploration, you’ll even find some hidden surprises.
If you’d like to see some of Seward Johnson’s sculpture work displayed in public areas around Hamilton, NJ check out some of our other blog posts: Virtual Tour of Unconditional Surrender by Seward Johnson and Virtual Tour of Comprehension by Seward Johnson.
Click on the image above or the following link to experience the 360 image of the Depression Bread Line sculpture.