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ROAN & BLACK Contemporary Gallery introduces Sculpture Gardens

2014-06-18T14:48:00Z ROAN & BLACK Contemporary Gallery introduces Sculpture Gardens nwitimes.com
June 18, 2014 2:48 pm

At ROAN & BLACK’s one-year anniversary in May, sculptures from artists from across the country were tucked into natural display areas along pathways to create inviting spaces for guests to relax and enjoy the artwork. Homeowners and landscape designers alike found imaginations fired with the possibilities for incorporating sculptures into designs for homes and business. Artists are telling their stories using the material of their choice, including painted steel, rusted metal, concrete, rebar, and wood.

“Addressing scale, color, and familiar landscape settings removes the ‘what ifs’ that can arise. We have a nice variety of scale for people to use in their yards, and offer wonderful choices for indoor spaces,” says Doug McIntosh, co-owner with John Newland.

The lovely garden setting has created a desired venue for special occasions. Dinner parties, receptions, weddings and more are made memorable by the natural surroundings. People appreciate the convenience of the large double doors that allow for easy movement for guests inside and out, where the glow of fire pits invites relaxation and conversation.

ROAN & BLACK invites you to visit their unique contemporary gallery.

ROAN & BLACK

3315 Blue Star Highway

Saugatuck, Mich.

269.455.5354

roanandblack.com

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