The piece photographed above and below is by Richard Sera. It made me think of the monolith from 2001 a Space Odyssey, for those of you who are old enough to remember the movie.
Anyhow, I took hundreds of photos, but I'll just show you some favorites here. These next photos are from a part of the park referred to as Calder Field.
I was really intrigued by the special exhibition of work by Lynda Benglis, called Water Sources. I would especially adore having the pink fountain in front of my house!
I'm fascinated by the balance on the piece pictured below, by Menashe Kadishman.
This really cool piece below is by Ursula von Rydingsvard.
Below left, the tallest sculpture in the park, is by Tal Streeter.
On the right is Frog Legs by Mark Di Suvero. We thought, from some angles, that it looked like Don Quixote, but couldn't quite figure out the frog's legs.
below, Lichtenstein's Mermaid
I loved the way this piece below, by Ronald Bladen, looked totally different at different times of day, and from various points of view.
Three-legged Buddha by Zhang Huan
below, site specific wall by Andy Goldsworthy
and another site specific piece, by Maya Lin, called Storm King Wavefield
I'll end with two interesting images, I hope. On the left, looking inside a Louise Nevelson sculpture, where a bird has made its nest, and on the right, the elevator. Yup, seriously; it is an elevator!