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Tuesday, 20 November 2018 12:29

Cloverdale Follows its own Sculpture Trail

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Constrained Geometrics #2 by Hector Ortega is one of the many sculptures in outdoor setting at Cloverdale Constrained Geometrics #2 by Hector Ortega is one of the many sculptures in outdoor setting at Cloverdale

TASTE News Service, November 21, 2018 - After several years collaborating on a sculpture trail with the nearby town of Geyserville, the northern Sonoma County town of Cloverdale is now organizing its own juried display of outdoor artwork, complete with an audio, self-guided walking tour app.

Geyserville is finalizing its plans for continuing sculpture exhibits in Geyserville. By mutual agreement, the two communities will work separately, yet will continue to collaborate and support each other.

Cloverdale has been displaying art in its downtown area since a major revamp of its central business district in 2003. Produced by the Cloverdale Historical Society, this year’s Cloverdale Sculpture Trail features 12 new sculptures selected by a jury, with awards for Best of Show, Honorable Mention, and People’s Choice.

An audio, self-guided tour by Octocast includes an interactive map of the Cloverdale Sculpture Trail, with descriptions and directions for wherever you are. Press play and listen to the artist talking about the sculpture you are looking at. To enjoy the audio guide, download the free Otocast app through Google Play or the Apple App Store.

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