Discover this stunning collection of large-scale artworks, located just 12 miles north of Pittsburgh in the rolling hills of Hartwood Acres Park. Most of these sculptures have been newly conserved to their original grandeur, offering visitors a view of this significant collection with the backdrop of nature and native plantings. The collection is anchored by a 1929 Tudor Revival mansion, a preserved example of an equestrian country estate.
Visitors will observe this grouping of 14 sculptures, most representing the Minimalist movement, from pedestrian- and wheelchair-friendly pathways and trails. The Carol R. Brown Sculpture Garden at Hartwood Acres is our region’s newest landmark destination, offering a valuable opportunity for education, art appreciation and casual strolling in a sustainable landscape setting.
By car: There are two entrances to Hartwood Acres Park. Use the Hartwood Acres Mansion selection in navigation devices, which will direct you to the Saxonburg Blvd entrance.
Read our blog post, Coming Face-to-Face with Abstraction at Hartwood Acres, by Layne Shaffer.
Caroline Fredricka Holdship Charitable Trust
Charity Randall Foundation
Citizens for the Arts in Pennsylvania
Elsie H. Hillman Foundation
The Fine Foundation
Fox Chapel Garden Club
The Garden Club of Allegheny County, a member of The Garden Club of America
Jack Buncher Foundation
Richard King Mellon Foundation
Carol R. Brown
Ellen Still Brooks
Jamini Vincent Davies
Ginny Merchant and James Brainard
Silvia & Alexander Speyer III
The Carol R. Brown Sculpture Garden at Hartwood Acres is made possible in part by a RADical ImPAct grant provided by the Allegheny Regional Asset District.