DCI Consumers learn about Lego Brick Sculptures

DCI Consumers were amazed at the Nature Connects: Art with LEGO Bricks on view at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley in Winchester.  This is an outdoor exhibition that brings nature to life with sculptures built with more than 400,000 LEGO bricks.  The brick sculptures were designed by artist Sean Kenney.

DCI Consumers could not contain their excitement at seeing a six-foot hummingbird, a peacock, a deer family, and a garden scene with a father and child planting.  The MSV web site says “the Museum’s formal gardens have been transformed into a fun, outdoor gallery for the exhibition.  The LEGO sculptures are installed throughout the Museum’s seven acres of gardens to encourage visitors to explore the landscape as they search each one.”

As the consumers made their way through the gardens, there was much excitement at finding the next exhibit.  Inside the museum they found loose LEGO’s to build their own designs with.  What a wonderful surprise!  If you have not visited the Museum yet, you should be sure to go before the exhibit ends in September.