One pond. Seven acres. More than 25 species of native plants.
And now, 11 original sculptures.
The Bee Cave Sculpture Park will have its grand opening from 2-5 p.m. Saturday, showcasing unique sculptures in a natural setting where visitors can reflect and relax. The park is across from the Bee Cave Police Station at 13333 Texas 71. Regular park hours will be from dawn to dusk, seven days a week.
The project represents the first phase of the park supported by the Bee Cave Arts Foundation, which chose artwork in the sculpture garden. Since 2009, the foundation and contributors have brought art to the area through events such as performances, camps, and shows.
“The opening of this park is the culmination of years of work but is still just the beginning,” said Chad Bockius, founder and president of the foundation, in a statement. “We are excited to open this one-of-a-kind experience to the community and with additional support we will be able to accelerate our future plans to further develop the park and allow for play, performance and event areas including a fantasy destination playscape, expansion of the trail system, an outdoor amphitheater, rock and landscaping enhancements and a dock to extend over the reflecting pond, all creating a lasting space linking shops to community and people to art that will be embraced and enjoyed for years to come.”