APRIL 25, 2020 – FEBRUARY 28, 2021

This nature-inspired exhibition imagined by author, artist, and landscape architect W. Gary Smith features stunning sculptures among the landscape of Tower Hill. Made from natural materials collected at the Garden, this exhibit celebrates the connections between people and nature, combining art and horticulture to explore ecological design and artistic abstraction. Join us throughout the year for events, tours, drop-in activities, and more as we explore different ways to connect with the land through art.

Opening Day
Saturday, April 25, 10am–4pm
Artist Talk: 1pm
Join us for the opening of Uprooted and see Tower Hill’s grounds transformed by unique, magical nature-inspired sculptures. Enjoy nature inspired sculptures, drop-in programs, the family exploration station, and guided tours – and meet the artist W. Gary Smith!

Land Art: A Weekend of Collaboration and Outdoor Creation
Saturday, June 6 & Sunday, June 7

Immerse yourself in nature during this hands-on, collaborative art weekend. You will build, shape, and create unique art inspired by the landscape
of the Garden and our earth.

Hands On Land Art
Sunday, May 3 & Sunday, May 31
During these guided drop-in experiences, you will construct a one-of-a-kind land art creation using natural materials. Perfect for all ages and skill levels!

Insider Tours: Uprooted
Sunday, May 3 & Sunday, May31
Experience Uprooted in a unique way with a behind-the-scenes tour led by Tower Hill staff. Learn about the history of land art and the sculpture design process.