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Brookgreen Gardens

Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington of Connecticut purchased four derelict rice plantations, 9,100 acres, south of Myrtle Beach as a place for Anna to sculpt and display her work. (33.51857, -79.09589) They spent many years creating Brookgreen Gardens from the fallow land. There are over 1400 pieces displayed throughout the beautiful gardens. Only realistic sculptures by American artists are presented. 
Parental alert -there is a lot of nudity in the gardens

Can-Can  by Jane DeDecker

Diana by Augustus Saint-Gaudens

Loie Fuller: Vortex by Barbara Lekberg

Diana by Paul Howard Manship

Diana by Gleb W. Derujunsky

Alligator Bender by Nathaniel Choate

Even the decorations on the fence posts are great

The Saint James Triad by Richard McDermott Miller

Don Quixote by Anna Hyatt Huntington

Ecstasy by Gleb Derujinsky

These birds were created Grainger McKoy. He carves each and every individual feather, paints it and then attaches it to the birds body. 

Duck and Turtle by Albert Laessle

I hope you enjoyed the gardens.


  1. Hi Garth,

    What lovely photos. I really enjoyed this tour; thank you so much for sharing.

    1. Thank you Linda. It is easy to take nice photos in such a beautiful place.