The Elm Street Cultural Arts Village Sculpture Garden ribbon cutting ceremony took place June 3rd at 10:00am. The inaugural statue “Live In and Love Woodstock” will be the first of many statues to come as the Visual Arts Center comes to fruition.

Art (764 of 1)

Art (27 of 30)

Art (80 of 1)

“Live in and Love Woodstock” Artist: Diedra Smith, Blue Frog Imports

The first permanent fixture in the Sculpture Garden

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“Homage: Antony”
By: J. Doyle Rogers

Materials: stainless steel
Available for purchase. Contact: 678-294-9288

Art (26 of 30)

“Anything For Love”

(Honey, are you sure you want the moon?)

by: D. Reddy studios
Materials: scrap metals & wires
Available for Purchase. Contact:

Art (2 of 30)

  “Hulla Hoop Girl”
By: Ed B of Ed B’s Studio 54

Materials: metals from scrapyard
Available for Purchase. Contact: 404-392-8753

Art (1 of 30)

     “Flight Pattern”
by: Tony Loadholt

Materials: painted steel, found objects
Available for Purchase.   Contact: 770-815-9441


The Elm Street Cultural Arts Village is located on the site of what was once the 12 acre farm of the Reeves family. The barn and house are original to the site, the house dating to 1898.

The Elm Street Sculpture Garden is a project of the Elm Street Cultural Arts Village

Founders Gay Grooms, Ann Litrel, and Shawn McLeod
We would like to thank the people who helped with this project
Main Street Woodstock
The Rotary Club of Woodstock
Solterra Outdoors
Night Vision Lighting