Haddonfield’s Outdoor Sculpture Collection Gets New Seward Johnson Addition

Photo: HOST Chair Stuart Harting next to the sculpture “Contact;” by The Haddonfield Sun

“Contact” by Seward Johnson; Credit: The Haddonfield Sun

You may have noticed outdoor sculptures cropping up around Haddonfield over the years. That’s the work of the Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust – and they just added a 13th installation.

The piece, titled “Contact,” was created in 1989 by Grounds For Sculpture founder and artist Seward Johnson. It depicts a couple embracing each other and was placed along Kings Court, just off Kings Highway, on September 12.

By adding another sculpture, the Trust continues its mission to “transform this walkable, attractive and historically significant borough into a significant center for juried outdoor sculpture in the great tradition of public art,” as chair Stuart Harting puts it.

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