Volume 5 Issue 4
Bloch Cancer Survivors' Plaza
The Bloch Cancer Survivors' Plaza exemplifies one man's campaign to celebrate life while fighting cancer. It is the eighth survivors' park in the country, built thanks to a $1 million gift from Richard and Annette Bloch (Richard is the R in ...
Olentangy Corridor Gardens
The Olentangy Corridor Gardens are located along the Olentangy River Road between Lane Avenue and Woody Hayes Drive. They have undergone many changes since the gardens first opened in the early 1980s. 2015 will be no exception. In conjunction with the Cit ...
Volume 5 Issue 3
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David Black Sculpture
Columbus-based, Professor Emeritus David Black is internationally recognized for his large scale public sculptures. Chadwick Arboretum is fortunate to have one of his sculptures in our Lane Avenue Gardens. His Sculptures transcend art and become something ...
Bloch Cancer Survivors' Plaza Sculptures
The Bloch Cancer Survivors' Plaza features sculptures of eight life size figures passing through a symbolic maze of doorways toward recovery. The positive mental attitude walk has 14 plaques – four inspirational messages and 10 instructive messages. ...
Pat Belisle Sculptures including Annabelle the Praying Mantis
One of the well known artworks found in the gardens is "Annabelle," the Praying Mantis. She stands guard in the Phenology Research Garden at the corner of Olentangy River Road and Woody Hayes Drive. This 15 ft. tall steel sculpture was designed ...
Volume 5 Issue 2
Ecological Engineering Society Rain Garden
The Ecological Engineering Society Rain Garden is the second rain garden established at Chadwick Arboretum. Our first rain garden was located at our maintenance site (beside the "barn" at Arboretum North). This garden was removed when the barn w ...