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ART IN THE PARK

Our park is not only a great place for dogs, it also offers stunning artwork provided by many local artists. Below is a sampling.
We hope you will visit the park with your dog(s) and take time to admire these beautiful sculptures and structures.
To learn more about the artists, be sure to click on their information below.
THANKS to all the artists and patrons who have helped beautify our park!

Artist: Brenda Silva
  email: petportraitsnmor@aol.com     Website: www.provincetownlive.net
  Learn more about Brenda here.
Brenda Silva ‘ s Pilgrim Dog Park sign Enlarged Brenda Silva ‘ s Pilgrim Dog Park sign

 

Artist: Jody Melander
  email: jody@jodymelander.com     Website: www.jodymelander.com
backyard dream house

 

Artist: Candice Crawford
  email: acandyco@comcast.net     Website: www.candicecrawford.com/
bench with sculpture of dog bench with seats and backs shaped like dog bones
small bench with dog and ball small bench designed with dog heads
bench shaped like a boat bench with dog house
Message in a bottle
Message In A Bottle Kiosk
Photo by Gail Behrik

 

Artist: Julian Popko
Thanks to Julian for his generous donation
New bench - May 2016
bench designed with dog ends
26 Foot Metal Sculpture At Main Entrance Walkway 26 Foot Metal Sculpture At Main Entrance Walkway
26 Foot Metal Sculpture At Main Entrance Walkway

 

Artist: Clemco
  email: Gregclemence@comcast.net     Website: www.clemcowhaletails.webs.com/
whales tail

 

Artist: Robert Koch
Represented by The Charles-Baltivik Gallery & Sculpture Garden
Website: cbgallery.net/

Whale’s Tail Memorial
Memorial Walkway with Sculpture another view of Memorial Walkway with Sculpture

 

Donated by Peter Stuermer
boat anchor and chain
Landscaped Park Area
landscaped area

 

Artist: Chris Williams

email: info@chriswilliamssculpture.com     Website: www.chriswilliamssculpture.com/

"Celebrating the Cape Cod Native American Indians’ Way of Life"
Cape Cod has been the home of the Wampanoag tribe of Native American People for many centuries.
They survived off the sea and were accomplished farmers. They helped the Pilgrims, who arrived in 1620.
At that time, the Meeshawn group who inhabited the Outer Cape used large cast nets as one of the ways to catch fish.

The sculpture provides shade in the small dog section.

Sculpture of Native American Indian in Small Dog Section

 

Artist: Mike Kacergis
Sunflower sculpture

 

 

Artist: Nicoletta Poli
painting of a dog

 

Artist: Katherine Baltivik
  facebook: www.facebook.com/kbaltivik#!/Charles.Baltivik.Gallery

Celebrating Provincetown’s Portuguese Heritage
Gift of Paul Mendes

Photo by Gail Behrik

 

Artist: Ilene Charles
Represented by The Charles-Baltivik Gallery & Sculpture Garden
Website: cbgallery.net/
Hydrants: Before Hydrants: After

 

Gallery Voyeur
  website: www.voy-art.com
Little Dogs Only All Dogs Area