September 24 and 25, and October 1 and 2, 2016
11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Please join us for our annual Fall Art Show at Cedar Maze, the sculpture garden and studio of Steven Snyder, where he will exhibit his recent works in stone. Available are sculpture for indoors and out, fountains, birdbaths, benches, tables, etc.
252 Cafferty Road, Pipersville, PA 18947
May 14 and 15, 2016
May 21 and 22, 2016
11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Steven Snyder opens his studio and sculpture garden to the public May 14, 15 and May 21, 22, 2016, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. His recent works in stone will be displayed on the beautiful grounds of Cedar Maze.
Inspired by love of family and the natural world surrounding him in Tinicum Township, Bucks County, Steven creates one-of-a-kind depictions of a mother and child or local fauna and flora with native stone and found objects. The comment we hear most often by our guests visiting the sculpture garden is "magical!"
Available are stone sculpture, fountains, birdbaths, benches, etc. All work is for sale.
The studio and sculpture garden is also open year round by appointment.
Fall Into The Maze Art Show at Cedar Maze
October 3, 4 and 10, 11, 2015
11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
252 Cafferty Road,
Pipersville PA 18947
Please join us for our fall art show featuring recent works in stone by Steven Snyder at his sculpture garden and studio, Cedar Maze, October 3, 4 and 10, 11, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Refreshments. Rain/Shine/Free.
This charming outdoor setting is the perfect backdrop for his organic stone sculpture, fountains and birdbaths, made from local Bucks County stone. All work is for sale.
Inspired by the shape and texture of stone, Snyder creates one-of-a-kind pieces with themes of family and nature, including depictions of fauna and flora.
Snyder's daughter, Alyssa Murphy, is displaying her crocheted wall hangings, ready to be the focal point of your indoor living area.
Cedar Maze is located 2.3 miles outside of Point Pleasant at 252 Cafferty Road. GPS use Pipersville 18947. For directions or info call 610.294.9106.
CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO OF STEVEN AT CEDAR MAZE: vimeo.com/65861853
Featuring recent works by Steven Snyder
Cedar Maze is the sculpture garden and studio of Steven Snyder. Utilizing found objects and rocks indigenous to Bucks County, these naturally formed materials, in tandem with Snyder's plan, reveal pieces that are uniquely his own. Available are stone sculpture for indoors and out, fountains, bird baths, water tables and benches. Located two miles outside of Point Pleasant.
(Studio is also open daily, year round, by appointment for sales and consultations. Call 610.294.9106)
May 9, 10, and 16, 17, 2015
Hours 11 to 5
Free Admission, Refreshments will be served
We'll again be participating in the 4th Annual Sweet Edge Sculpture Tour opening our studio and sculpture garden at Cedar Maze and featuring Steven's recent works in stone.
For studio locations and more info, go to: Sweet Edge Scuplture Tour
Free Addmission to all studios.
September 28 and 29, 2013
The New Hope Area's Only Sculpture Tour
In it's fourth year as the New Hope area's only sculpture tour, Sweet Edge Sculpture Tour 2013 takes place Saturday and Sunday, September 28 and 29, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., rain or shine. Admission is free. Studios are five to fifteen minutes apart, located on some of the most scenic river drives and country roads in Bucks County,
In an endeavor to heighten public awareness of the history of three-dimensional art in Bucks County, and to familiarize and connect the community with the sculptors who live and work here today, five of the area's finest sculptors have joined together to open their studios and sculpture gardens to the public. The artists work in a variety of mediums: stone, steel, bronze, stoneware, and salvaged materials. Each sculptor will talk about their work, and share how they shape materials of their choice into final sculptural form.
Annual participants are Constance Bassett and David Cann of Moorland Studios, Raymond Mathis of Tutto Metal Design, John McDevitt of McDevitt Sculpture, and Steven Snyder of Cedar Maze Sculpture Garden and Studio.
In their barn gallery and sculpture garden, Constance Bassett and David Cann will exhibit sculptures made individually, and in collaboration with each other. Their differing perspectives share common ground in their combined interest in form, presentation, and the search for complimentary materials.
Constance Bassett's most recent body of work is an exploration of materials, and the use of facial expression and gesture, to evoke a contemporary and alternatively an iconic feeling in portraiture. Bassett explains, "I have experimented with the idea of capturing a sense of group expression, and the recognition of individuals within the group, if separated out. 'The Senators' has the presence of a crowd. Their individual expressions are overshadowed by the many surrounding them. One tends to interpret the mood of the whole, and not the individual in a large grouping. When presented as individual sculptures, they become familiar, and singular characteristics become more evident."
David Cann says of his latest creations, "This group of work is a nonrepresentational exploration of a series of 'Sketches' in metal. Like drawing with a bold marker in three-dimensional space, I interpret how to go from a flat, one-dimensional plane to three dimensions. My goal is to turn the random shapes into something that has an aesthetic presence and a life force of its own.
Raymond Mathis creates one-of-a-kind sculptural and utilitarian art by combining his technical skills and his passion for transforming raw material into a multitude of shapes, colors and textures. "My focus is to share with the viewer my take on the human experience through the visual aspects unique to iron. This year I will be presenting a new series of smaller scale pieces that also include clocks and jewelry, and are forged in aluminum and bronze." Mathis will be hosting visiting artists RoseLouise Heim and Ed Wright and will be demonstrating and sharing his techniques throughout the day.
John McDevitt's work revolves around the constancy of change and the challenge of self-transformation. "If I had one word to describe my latest work, it would be – opening. I used to think I had to close up the form to make it complete. I was not ready to expose the inside even though I could see something beautiful within. I am letting go of that rigidity and enjoying the possibilities that openness brings." McDevitt's latest series of work is entitled, "Holding Smoke."
Steven Snyder states, "I am inspired by the natural world around me, and the shape, irregularity and texture of a stone shows me the object within waiting to be revealed." Recent works involve the detail of polish on select segments of a piece, often baring the surprise of unexpected color or fossil-like detail hidden beneath the stone's raw exterior. Snyder has also been constructing fountains akin to a long turning, tumbling, spilling watercourse.
Artwork will be available for purchase at all of the studios. To get a map or more information, please visit SweetEdgeSculpture.com or call 267-337-1818.