Grounds for Sculpture: A surrealist trip down realism’s memory lane

Grounds for Sculpture, the brainchild of renowned artist/sculptor J. Seward Johnson, brings a French artist’s palate, artistically and gastronomically, to New Jersey.

From French Impressionism artist Claude Monet who lived in Giverny, France, to looking into a Mona Lisa, and huge iconic “Unconditional Surrender” and Marilyn Monroe statues, Johnson is adept at recreating a gamut of emotions for guests as they walk around the 42-acre sculpture

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