Landscape

OMAA Sculpture Park Gardens 

Essayist and cultural geographer J.B. Jackson once defined landscape as “history made visible.” 

At OMAA, our seaside landscape—a three-acre sculpture park containing 18 small gardens—is a stunning complement to our collection of contemporary American art. We believe landscape and garden design are art forms, with a history that changes over time and a unique ability to establish a sense of place.  

Stroll through our sculpture park and take in our ocean views. Enjoy unexpected encounters with works by Bernard Langlais, Lyford Cabot, Dorothea Greenbaum, and Antoinette Schultz. Be inspired and visit often—our  gardens are an ever-changing landscape waiting to be explored.

  1. Ludmila W. Hoffman Garden
  2. Ocean View Garden*
  3. MargaretTragard Oceanside Annual Garden
  4. Barry P. Rosen Rock Garden (with sundial) 
  5. Breaching Whale Garden
  6. Nancy Spear Garden
  7. Charlotte Pierce Front Annual Garden*
  8. Front Foundation Garden
  9. Harold Pierce Garden
  10. Perennial Garden
  11. Ruth “India” Woodbury Garden
  12. Earl Weeks Garden
  13. Hillside Garden
  14. Barbara Woodbury Woodland Shade Garden (coming soon)
  15. Hosta Garden
  16. Alice Broekman-Spooner Garden (ornamental grasses)
  17. Stream Garden and Pond (all wild, native plants)*
  18. Overlook at Narrow Cove Rose Garden (Gift of William M. and Ann Ramsay-Jenkins)

 *Feature gardens 

 

 

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