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4 Williamsville Rd., Stockbridge, Massachusetts

Chesterwood was the summer estate and studio of American sculptor Daniel Chester French, located in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. In 1896 French purchased the former Marshall Warner farm. Each year, during the month of May, he left his permanent home and studio in New York for six months and moved with his family to Chesterwood, where he worked on over 200 public and private commissions.


Upcoming Events

"Out of Site" Sculpture Exhibit

June 16, 2017 - October 9, 2017


The exhibition features the work of 14 artists invited by guest curator Sharon Bates to develop new projects or to adapt existing works that directly ... MORE

"Lincoln Speaks"

August 9, 2017|5:00 pm


“Lincoln Speaks”, a program of dramatic readings from Lincoln’s least known and best-known private and public words about love, life, and the co... MORE

The Figure in the Landscape with Bill Wright

August 19, 2017 - August 20, 2017|10:00 am - 1:00 pm

The Figure in the Landscape Inspired by the plaster casts of figures in sculptor Daniel Chester French's original studio at Chesterwood, we will phot... MORE

"Physical Collage" with artists Brian Kane and Michael Oatman

August 26, 2017|11:30 am


Brian Kane and Michael Oatman have collaborated intermittently for over 30 years. The 8th Wonder – their inflatable sculpture on display at Chest... MORE

"Stages of WHIPLASH" with artist Amy Podmore

September 9, 2017|11:30 am


Amy Podmore often uses figurative elements in her sculptures. She will discuss the development and fabrication processes involved in the making of WH... MORE

"The Camp, From the Homestead" with artist Matt LaFleur

September 23, 2017|11:30 am


Matt LaFleur is a fifth-generation caretaker of his family homestead in Taborton, NY, which is the inspiration for his installation and two-dimensiona... MORE

"Home Sweet Home" with artist Amelia Toelke

September 30, 2017|11:30 am


Artist Amelia Toelke will draw on her training in jewelry and metalsmithing to discuss her piece in the exhibition, titled Home Sweet Home, and the s... MORE