Street Address
2051 South Flagler Drive
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Mailing Address
2051 South Flagler Drive
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
phone: 561-835-5328
fax: 561-835-9305
e-mail: annnorton@ansg.org
web: www.ansg.org
Hours
Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens
Sunday, Wednesday - Saturday10 AM - 4 PM
Closed month of August
Admissions
$5 per person, Children under 5 free
Staff
Pamela Larkin Caruso, Community Development Director
phone: 561-832-5328
Dr. Roger Ward, President/CEO
Donna Pfeiffer, Senior Business Administrator
Margaret Horgan, Director of Community Engagement

Description

The Ann Norton Sculpture Garden is a complete unique experience in that you are visiting the home, studio and garden of the artist Ann Weaver Norton. The garden is a rare sculpture that was created to have you experience her monumental works in brick in a surprising and completely unpredictable fashion. Guests are encourage to wonder and explore, get lost and then come back and share there visit with the staff who answer all kinds of questions and provide you with a cool drink of water and share a story or two about the life of Ann. Our vision is to continue to share Ann's unique art and life. To work to preserve it for the enjoyment of the community as Ann had intented it to be.

Consider the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens for the site for your next special event. With its beautiful tropical and subtropical plants, serene sunsets over the Intracoastal Water Way, and its proximity to downtown West Palm Beach, the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens has become a truly unique location for weddings, private events or professional photo shoots. For more information please visit our new website at www.ansg.org or call us at (561) 832-5328.

Mission

To preserve the original intent and integrity of the historic Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens for the appreciation of the community as well as creating an environment to promote artistic growth, inspiration and enjoyment for everyone. To preserve the garden as a beautiful, natural green setting for Ann Norton's sculpture and by means of luxuriant, dense vegitation foster the elements of mystery and surprise which were essential to the artists intent.

History

1977 Ann Norton established a foundation in which to put all her art, home and gardens. 1979 it received not for profit status. It has grown to a garden renounced for its over 300 species of rare palms and a place of quiet retreat. Currently we often programs to the public, tours and special events.

Artifacts Collections

The Work of Ann Weaver Norton. Drawings, sculptures and monolith sculptures by the artist in the gardens.

Research Collections

The archives of Ann Weaver Norton.

Educational Programs

Exhibitions, school tours, lectures, artist receptions, earth day and literacy programs using the gardens and its living classroom.

    Governance

    Private Not for Profit Sculpture

    Library

    Access: Scholars

    Appointment required: Yes

    Publications

    Most information can be obtained on the website or by request.