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Pink Ladies and Mistletoe at Storm King Art Center

Over one hundred whimsically-named fountains and elephant-sized art installations dot the five hundred acres of rolling hills at the Storm King Arts Center in Mountainville, New York. The scale of this endeavor–one of the largest collections of contemporary outdoor sculptures in the United States–is almost impossible to comprehend, even when you see it in person. Here’s a small taste.

North South East West - bronze and steel sculpture fountain, part of the Lynda Benglis: Water Sources installation at the Storm King Art Center in Mountainville, New York.

North South East West, one of the fountains in Linda Benglis’ Water Sources exhibit.

Pink Ladies - one of the fountains in the Lynda Benglis Water Sources exhibit.

Pink Ladies, another of the fountains in Lynda Benglis’ Water Sources exhibit, references style maven Diana Vreeland.

Alexander Calder's Five Swords cuts a crimson slash against the colorful backdrop of peak fall foliage in the Hudson Highlands .

Alexander Calder’s Five Swords cuts a crimson slash against the colorful backdrop of peak fall foliage in the Hudson Highlands .

Gui (Mistletoe) by Alexander Calder. Painted steel. 1976. Storm King Art Center.

Gui (Mistletoe) painted steel by Alexander Calder, 1976.

Find out more about the Storm King Art Center and other things to do nearby in West Point NY: A Patriotic Getaway.

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