Sculpture exhibit at Peace Arch State Park

By Oliver Lazenby

Peace Arch State Park’s 19th annual International Sculpture Exhibition opened on Sunday, May 1. Sculptures will be on display through October 1.

This year’s exhibit features work by Canadians Jean-Guy Dallaire, Michael Binkley and George Pratt, and Americans Ron Klein and David Kitts.

The sculptures, a diverse collection of works made from metal and stone, are outdoors, scattered throughout the park’s lawns and gardens.

The exhibit is free, but a Discover Pass is required to park inside the state park. Passes can be purchased at a kiosk in the parking area.

A brochure with more information about the outdoor sculpture collection is available at the park and at area visitor information centers. For more information, go to


“Mother Earth” by Jean-Guy Dallaire


“Rare Granite Whale” by George Pratt


“India Basin” by Ron Klein

  1. Seriously, Oliver? You couldn’t take a moment to wash the bird droppings off the Mother Earth sculpture before taking the photo or take the photo from a different angle?


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