Sculpture in the Park
Lorri Acott, Gerald Balciar, Laura Lee Bradshaw, Serena Bates, Craig Campbell, Bobbie K. Carlyle, Rory Combs, Samantha Combs, Jane DeDecker, Felicia, Jim Green, Daniel B. Glanz, Sandy Graves, Timothy Hooton, Tony Hochstetler, Leslie Hutto, Victor Issa, Lori Kiplinger-Pandy, Christine Knapp, Georgene McGonagle, Timothy Nimmo, Moana Ponder, Scott Penegar, Kristine Poole, Colin Poole, Don Rambadt, Yon Regan, Paul Rhymer, David Richardson, Rosetta, Wayne Salge, Adam Schultz, Rik Sargent, Charlotte Szynskie, David Turner, Terry Van Loenen, Shari Vines, Garland Weeks, J. Christopher White and Ellen Woodbury are just a few of the other participants.
In 1984, a group of five Loveland sculptors, including NSS Fellows George Lundeen, Dan Ostermiller, Fritz White along with George Walbye and Hollis Williford, together with representatives of the City of Loveland, the Chamber of Commerce and a few interested citizens fostered the idea of a sculpture show in Benson Park. The Loveland High Plains Arts Council (LHPAC), a private non-profit organization, was established in 1984 for the purpose of promoting sculptural arts for the cultural and economic benefit of the entire community. The organization is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors and is supported by hundreds of extraordinary community volunteers. The main focus of LHPAC continues to be the organization and sponsorship of the annual Sculpture in the Park show and sale.