Sculpture from Geyserville to Cloverdale

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A new era for sculptures in Northern Sonoma County is beginning. By mutual agreement Cloverdale and Geyserville will launch separate sculpture exhibits. Cloverdale will continue to organize a juried exhibit, Cloverdale Sculpture Trail with awards for “Best of Show” and “Honorable Mention”. “People’s Choice” award will again be available to the viewing public to vote for their favorite sculpture in Cloverdale. The organizers of the Trail will again produce an audio, self-guided walking tour to cover the new 2018-2019 exhibit. A new feature in Cloverdale will be two portable concrete pads 68” in diameter and 6” deep for sculptors who need to bolt a sculpture into a concrete surface.

In 2018 Cloverdale will celebrate 15 years of public art sculptures in the City. Additional information and a Cloverdale “Call for Artists” for the 2018-2019 Cloverdale Sculpture Trail are available at

Geyserville is finalizing its plans for continuing sculpture exhibits in Geyserville, and will shortly announce their plans. The two communities will work separately, yet will continue to collaborate and support each other.

Artist Highlights

Carlos Zamora

Every month we add artist highlights to the Sculpture Gallery. Check back to view the latest!

Carlos Zamora is exhibiting in Cloverdale for the first time. Carlos is from Ecuador and is a reflection of Latin American culture with a formal European art education. From early childhood he observed sculptures in his country….

Read more by selecting artist name.

The Geyserville Community Foundation, with support from Geyserville Chamber, and the Cloverdale Historical Society produce the Sculpture Trail. The Trail is an outdoor art exhibit of sculptures in the Northern Sonoma County communities of Geyserville and Cloverdale in the Sonoma County Wine Country. The Sculpture Trail is a year-round exhibit with sculptures changing every 12 months.

The high quality of sculptures displayed in both communities are being enjoyed and experienced by residents and tourists. The beauty of art is that if a hundred people all see the same artwork, there could be a hundred different ideas and interpretations of the same work. And, what better way to enjoy, embrace and interpret sculptures in our daily lives than in public-accessable places, the streets of Geyserville and Cloverdale.

The Sculpture Trail


and the winners are…

Constrained Geometries #2

Constrained Geometries #2                             By Hector Ortega


Best of Show:
“Constrained Geometries #2” by Hector Ortega
Honorable Mention:
“Chief Steel Feather” by Pierre Riche
Judges’ Merit Award:
“Meet You on the Corner” by Carlos Zamora
Judges’ Merit Award:
“Acrobat” by Bryan Tedrick
Judges’ Merit Award:
“Oculus” by Peter Crompton

The Sculptures are Here

The new sculptures for the 2017-2018 Sculpture Trail are varied, from fanciful to statuesque with some defined by the material used.

The following sculptors are exhibiting in Cloverdale:

  • Joe Bologna
  • M.C. Carolyn
  • Joseph Castle
  • Peter Crompton
  • Peter and Robyn Crompton
  • Boback Emad
  • Beth Hartmann and Allegra Burke
  • Stan Huncilman
  • Adrian Litman
  • David Mudgett
  • Hector Ortega
  • Pierre Riche
  • Sculpture-Jam
  • Bryan Tedrick
  • William Wareham
  • Carlos Zamora

The following sculptors are exhibiting in Geyserville:

  • Tyson Barbera
  • Peter Crompton
  • Eileen Fitz-Faulkner
  • Orion Fredericks
  • Diego Harris
  • Virginia Harrison
  • Victoria Heiges
  • Max Heiges
  • Douglas Heine
  • Stan Huncilman
  • Flavia Krasilchik
  • Adrian Litman
  • Phillip Lynch
  • David Mudgett
  • Hector Ortega
  • Ernest & Lois Rich
  • Michael Seymour
  • Susan Leibovitz Steinman
  • Victor Trentadue
  • 3-D Edddy

Bryan Tedrick Installation

Acrobat Installation

Carlos Zamora Installation

Meet you at the corner

The Experience