The Garden Path is a granite path in the Museum Garden, where the peonies grow, summer concerts take place, and sculpture finds a home. The Garden Path flanks the Museum entrance and is anchored by the Museum’s most recent sculpture, a granite chair. Sculptor Zoran Mojsilov worked the rock to bring an embedded rose quartz vein to surface.
A gift to The Garden Path Endowment is one more step in securing financial stability for the Museum today and for the generations that follow. You can customize your own stone.
Sale of individual stones, which start at $1,000 and range upward, will create an endowment to underwrite general operating costs for the Museum. Once the granite stones are picked from the 200 possibilities, they are sent to an engraver to be embellished with family or business names, logos, children’s drawings, slogans, riddles, quotes from literature, or simply "anonymous". The choice is yours.