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Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum Art Fair – 13th Annual

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Date(s) - 09/26/2015 - 09/27/2015
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum

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Join us for the 13th Annual Pyramid Hill Art Fair. Nearly 60 artists will show their works with live music, food trucks and family activities.

  • Saturday, September 26, 10am-5pm
  • Sunday, September 27, 12-5pm

Artists: Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum features art from some of the most renowned artists in the world.  We have many beautiful outdoor exhibits and our museum is host to a number of indoor exhibits. We invite you to come and enjoy a few hours, spend the day or even the weekend with us.

Pyramid Hill began in 1987 when Harry T. Wilks (1925-2014) purchased 40 acres of land just outside of Hamilton, Ohio. He desired to build his home there and before it was finished in 1992, he added several adjoining parcels of land. He would clear the land as he acquired it and build roads, create lakes and clear hiking trails. After the home was completed he invited friends to Pyramid Hill, and in 1995 he received nine offers to purchase home sites. However, by that time, Harry began to appreciate the beauty of the land and nature and wanted to preserve it for future generations. Harry combined his love of art and had the idea to create a public sculpture park and formed a non-profit foundation to which he donated the land so it could be free from private development. He began visiting sculptors and purchased several pieces to place in the newly formed park. In the spring of 1996 Pyramid Hill held its grand opening. The park has been buzzing with school tours and visitors ever since with the park gradually acquiring national and international attention and appearing in articles in newspapers and magazines all over the country. World renowned artists such as Perlman, Meadmore, Liberman, Isherwood, Rosenthal and Barrett, wanted to show their sculpture at Pyramid Hill.

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