Rod Zullo, Bozeman Montana Sculptor, Honored at Nationally Acclaimed Sculpture Gardens
Monday Jun. 5th, 2017
Rod Zullo has taught sculpture workshops at Brookgreen Gardens annually in Pawleys Island, SC for sometime and has recently had the honor of having his garden size bronze, Ode to the West Wind II installed in the new Welcome Center. The piece was purchased by The Friends of Brookgreen, and placed in honor of retiring president Robert Jewel.
Brookgeen Gardens is a National Historic Landmark, Wildlife Preserve, and Sculpture Gardens. Exhibited within the gardens is the largest and most comprehensive collection of American figurative sculpture in the country, by sculptors who worked from the early nineteenth century to the present. The collection contains over 2,000 works by 425 artists and in the words of Wayne Craven, author of the book, Sculpture in America, it is "unequaled in its size, focus on figurative works, visibility of the sculpture to the visitor, and integration within a garden setting."
Rod Zullo shows at multiple galleries across the country, has been honored as a Fellow of the National Sculpture Society, and is happy to partner with Legacy Gallery in his hometown of Bozeman, Montana.