Meet the artists on Sunday, September 23, whose 36 sculptures are in the third annual Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit on the 100-acre campus of Pingree School in South Hamilton The free reception is from 2-4 p.m. Show runs through Nov. 18 during daylight hours. The school is located at 537 Highland Street. 978-468-4415. www.pingree.org.
Dale Rogers of Haverhill, one of the artists, is perhaps best known for his large "American Dogs" with cutout bones for bellies that dot the landscape including alongside Route 495. For this show, he contributed his new "Think and Be Free," another large piece of a brain with gears that spin in the wind."What can I say about 'Think and Be Free'? I just love it. I feel it elevates my work to a new level. I am very proud of the design, the craftsmanship, and the visual effect that this piece imparts. The design comes from my strong belief, once again, that thoughts and ideas lead to actions, which us to freedom and choices."