The Sustainability Project proudly presents an extensive collection of sculptures by Susan O'Hara (1935-2015). Her remarkable body of work deserves widespread recognition. The journey to great visibility for these masterpieces begins in the Emerson Brook Forest Center, Gilsum, at a family friendly, pandemic safe, wheelchair accessible event where more than 200 sculptures will be on display. This exhibit offers a delightful and informative experience for the public that brings our attention to creativity as a force of nature. Those who would like to experience Susan’s soulful work will have 18 opportunities, rain or shine, over the next 2 months. The first exhibit takes place during the weekend of August 20-22nd. Two additional weekend events take place on September 17-19th and 24-26th. The final tour takes place during The Sustainability Project’s annual Music and Art in the Forest Open House on Sunday September 26th, from 10am to 3pm. Each two-hour tour will begin at the Emerson Brook Forest Outdoor Center and move to Valerie Piedmont’s nearby homestead where the sculptures reside year round. Attendance at each tour is limited to 40 participants and tickets must be purchased in advance. Tickets are $18 and may be purchased at https://emersonbrookforest.org/events/ or by phone at 603-209-7272. No one turned away for lack of funds. Some of Susan's sculptures are also on display at Green Energy Options, 37 Roxbury Street, Keene. For a taste of her work, drop in during store hours and enjoy -- we hope you will be inspired to join us in the forest! If you are interested in volunteering at the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Valerie at 603-209-7272.