Where Art and Nature Converge

Experience art in the beauty of nature, reflect, and connect.

THE ART PARK

Where Art & Nature Converge

At trailheads and transitional spaces, such as where forest meets field, you’ll find large stones with quotes from people we admire. Throughout the property, there are benches with the names and words of great leaders.  And of course there is the wonderful sculptures rising from the land, poking out from behind a tree or resting inside a meadow.

The Collection

The Alnoba Art collection is international, eclectic and features renown artists, such as Andy Goldsworthy, Pablo Actchugarry, John Lopez, Ursula Von Rydingsvard and Juame Plensa.  Walk the trails, experience the art, reflect on the readings, and leave refreshed and more connected to the natural world.

One of the unique characteristics of Alnoba’s art collection (both indoors and out) is its intimate connection to land, to the earth. Indeed, the entire property is a work of art…it moves me, quiets me, reminds me I’m alive.

—Wilmer Frey Deerfield, New Hampshire

One of the unique characteristics of Alnoba’s art collection (both indoors and out) is its intimate connection to land, to the earth. Indeed, the entire property is a work of art…it moves me, quiets me, reminds me I’m alive.

—Wilmer Frey Deerfield, New Hampshire

The Lewis Family

For 40 years, our family has hatched crazy, wild and wonderful ideas in the midst of midnight walks in these woods, after early morning icy pond plunges or while tending our garden together. Some take root, others don’t—but we keep dreaming … and doing.

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Art Piece of the Month

Murray is interested in the concept of the “Other,” as manufactured through populist fear-mongering

Brett Murray