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Goldwell Open Air Museum

PO Box 405
Beatty, NV 89003
www.goldwellmuseum.org

For More Information:
call 702-870-9946

 

Just outside of Rhyolite, Nevada, a spectacular ghost town off the road leading to Death Valley, California, a group of prominent Belgian artists, led by the late Albert Szukalski, created a self-described art situation consisting of seven outdoor sculptures that are colossal not only in their scale, but in their placement within the vast upper Mojave desert. You’ll encounter a life-size, ghostly interpretation of the Last Supper painting by Leonardo Da Vinci; a 25-foot high pink woman made of cinder blocks; a 24-foot high steel prospector accompanied by a penguin; a blossoming tangle of gleaming chrome car parts and an exquisitely carved winged woman reaching for the sun from high atop a wooden pillar by the original Belgian artists, as well as new pieces by contemporary American artists. The sculpture park is free and open to the public 24/7. With new artist residency and artist workspace programs offered in the nearby Red Barn Art Center, Goldwell remains this kind of place for those who seek adventure in their artmaking in a spectacular and challenging landscape.