Sculptures of the Hugh Kaul Ecoscape

Japnese Beetle by Allen Peterson
- Photo Credit: Francesca Gross
By Steve Cole and Jim Neel
- Photo Credit: Francesca Gross
- Photo Credit: Francesca Gross
Floor by Steve Cole
- Photo Credit: Francesca Gross
- Photo Credit: Francesca Gross
- Photo Credit: Francesca Gross
Heron by Arthur Price and Neil Elliott
- Photo Credit: Francesca Gross
Turning Stone by Zach Coffin
- Photo Credit: Francesca Gross
Lunch arrives by Rob Taylor

Sculpture plays a strong role in setting the atmosphere for the EcoScapes.  In the Hugh Kaul EcoScape on the campus of BSC numerous metal sculptures and stone works were created by local artists to enhance the beauty of the landscapes and to connect visitors to the gardens.  Insects, spiders and flowers made from up-cycled stone and metal can be found throughout the landscape.

Spider (lunch arrives) by Bill Taylor
Bowling Ball Chimes by Jesse Frazier
Praying Mantis and Japanese Beetle by Allen Peterson
Heron by Arthur Price and Neil Elliott
Cahaba Lily by Steve Cole and Jim Neel
Turning Stone by Zach Coffin
Pavilion Floor mosaic  by Steve Cole
Treehouse by JohnsonKreis Construction
Solar System Mosaic by Dennis Hunt