Museum of Biblical Art presents Via Dolorosa sculpture garden opening
The Museum of Biblical Art will celebrate the opening of the Via Dolorosa with a full weekend of events on May 15-17 for donors and friends from all over the country. The Via Dolorosa is a Mediterranean-style garden featuring the largest outdoor installation of bronze in the world by the late artist Gib Singleton of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The installation includes the traditional 14 stages of the “Way of the Cross” commemorating the last hours of Christ’s life and death. In addition, Singleton’s “Redemption” depicting the resurrected Christ and “The Legend of the Dogwood” are exhibited towards the end of the pathway. The gardens, to be landscaped with Biblical trees and plants, will offer a spiritual, meditative place in the heart of Dallas which is open to people of all faiths and backgrounds at no charge.