African-American sculpture garden at Sugar sculpture sanctuary is open to the public
The African-Americans sculpture garden and living sculpture sanctuary at Sugar sculptures sanctuary in Orange County is open for business.
The facility is located on the first floor of the former Sugar sculptures house.
The sculpture garden is open Monday-Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Friday from 10:30 a..m to 5 p..
of each day.
The sculpture garden has been open for nearly 20 years, according to Linda Epps, who owns the sculpture garden.
Epps is the chair of the Sugar sculptures board.
The sanctuary was purchased by the Sugar sculpture board in 2018.
The sanctuary’s current tenants include local artist Michael Jackson, The Sugar sculptures, and a couple of the city’s artists.
The Sugar sculptures community is thrilled with the opening, Epps said.
It’s something that I think we’re going to continue to build, and we’re really excited about that.
Epps said she was excited about the sculpture gardens opening and the opportunity to open up the sanctuary to the community.
The facility will serve as a place to interact with artists, she said.
She said the sanctuary will be a gathering place for Sugar sculptures residents and visitors.
Sugar sculptures sanctuary is located at 955 S. Main St., Orange County, CA 92617.
The Sugar sculpture garden can be found at 945 N. Main Street, Orange County.