The outdoor sculpture exhibition of David Hayes works

David Hayes. Screen Sculpture #62, 1994

The outdoor sculpture exhibition “David Hayes: Twelve Sculptures on Oyaron Hill,” on view March 24-June 30, 2005 will be opened on the Hartwick College campus by the Yager Museum.

Hayes’ sculptures are installed in public spaces all over the United States. Most of his works are planted in sculpture fields on his 53-acre farm in Coventry, CT, where he does most of his work. Hayes calls these fields outdoor rooms. On March 24, twelve of his sculptures will arrive on Oyaron Hill, poised to create outdoor rooms all over the Hartwick campus. The steel sculptures range from 8 to 10 feet tall. Hayes enjoys exhibiting sculpture outdoors. He believes that they serve as an enrichment of daily life and environment of people, especially of those who might never enter an art gallery or museum.

David Hayes is one of the premier sculptors in the United States and one of the most prolific modern artists working with metal. His abstract works are on display in more than 100 collections, including the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum in New York City and the National Museum of American Art in Washington, D.C.

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